E&I Supervisor

· Job Position: E&I Supervisor

· Work Location: Singapore

· Contract: Contractor

· Start: ASAP

· Singaporean Citizenship/ Singapore PR

About the Role:

Responsible for delivering the field electrical and instrument work in a safe and effective manner that does NO HARM to employees, the environment or equipment.

– Responsible for ensuring the electrical and instrument work is delivered in a timely and cost-effective manner to meet the planned schedule and budget

The Electrical & Instrument Supervisor is responsible for ensuring that all work is completed in accordance with the project specification, drawings and other relevant documentation

Responsibilities:

Maintain a daily diary, which shall record accomplishments, problems, manpower and equipment usage

Identify and resolve as necessary interface issues between contractors

Monitor and record the number of contractor employees on site

Plan and co-ordinate resources and equipment for the field tasks to conduct the work in a safe, timely and cost- effective manner

Provide regular feedback to the Construction Manager/Construction Superintendent on progress, achievements, safety and quality related issues

Ensure that the standard of workmanship and the materials/equipment is compliant with the specifications and that specified inspections and tests are conducted and records maintained to substantiate conformance

Ensure correct material, machinery, equipment and personnel are available and suitable for completion of work

Assess risks and hazards involved in tasks and methods to manage the hazards in order to prevent incidents, injury and damage

Requirements:

Minimum 10 years’ field experience

Minimum 5 years’ experience in directing field works

BA or BS or equivalent experience in related field

Intermediate skills in Microsoft Office Programs (Word, Excel, Outlook, etc.)

Construction (EPC/EPCM) Industry experience

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