This role is in Singapore.

Company Description

Our client is a Mechanical and Electrical Contractor that has offices across Southeast Asia. They are passionate in delivering excellence to end clients by ensuring they are only providing ecological solutions to each project.

Job Description

The responsibilities of the Mechanical Construction Manager will include:

Lead and manage a team of project engineers & supervisors for the mechanical construction work scope. Plan and execute all mechanical related construction works and manage site construction supervisors, as well as the plant and equipment supervisors. Plan and manage temporary works, making sure every mechanical construction is in compliance with the contract specifications. 

Lead and manage a team of sub-contractors. Plan, organize, and prioritize work accordingly and efficiently. Keep track of work processes, resources, and/or environment and review information to identify any issues. assess the quality of materials, services, and personnel. identify any risks, resolve conflicts, and negotiate with the appropriate internal and/or external teams. Ensure complaints are being handled effectively and disputes or conflicts are settled. Make sure to identify complex problems and review relevant information to establish and implement appropriate solutions.

Education and Experience

To be successful for this role, candidates will have a degree in Mechanical Engineering and have at least 10 years’ of proven experience within the construction industry. 5 years of which must be leading and managing a team of engineers and/or supervisors  for the construction of projects, ideally for road tunnels or underground metro projects.

It is essential to have over 5 years’ experience working on LTA, depot, underground metro, or road tunnel projects. Previous experience as a Construction Manager is required. Will have previously worked with LTA or similar Government Authority. 

Candidates need to have excellent critical thinking and problem solving skills in order to come up with alternative solutions and identify its strengths and weaknesses.