Our client, a leading property developer, is looking to add further talent to the development arm of their business due to recent growth within the real estate sector.
They are well known for delivering large scale projects and for their success in mixed-use community developments. The upcoming projects will be highly innovative and will change the construction market in Dubai.
Reporting to the Project Director, you will be responsible for multiple sites which are focused on hospitality, retail and residential products.
You will manage and coordinate the construction process, inspect the works to ensure performance complies with specification and drawings and approve the contractors materials, construction techniques and programs of work.
You will review and approve the QA plan and analyse claims submitted by the contractor. You will also supervise in all matters concerning quality, safety, progress of works and preparation of progress reports.
The successful candidate should hold a Degree in construction management or engineering and have at least 15 years experience in a similar position.
This is an excellent opportunity to join a highly regarded organisation.
About The Company
The Charterhouse Partnership brand and business was launched in Dubai and the Middle East in April 2004 by a team of international recruiters and management consultants, after its inception in Sydney, Australia in September 2003.
Charterhouse Middle East is now positioned as the leading regional recruiter within its area of disciplines and functional markets.
Charterhouse offers professional and bespoke contingency and retained search services to all sectors of the market. Service quality is guaranteed, thanks to a particular focus on flexibility.
Charterhouse was the first international search and selection business to establish Dubai as its base. The growth in the Middle East region has been mirrored by Charterhouse globally, with offices now in Abu Dhabi, Hong Kong, Melbourne, Singapore, and Sydney, with further regional expansion planned across Qatar and Saudi Arabia.