Specific responsibilities for structural engineers depend
largely upon the discipline or infrastructures that they choose to work on. The
following are some examples of the types of infrastructures, along with their
- Ensure that all materials used, and work performed are as per specifications.
- Ensure that all HSE issues have been addressed and systems are in place to manage the same
- Day-to-day management of the site, including supervising and monitoring the site labour force and the work of any subcontractors
- Prepare bill of quantities and quotations in line with project goal and requirements
- Maintain involvement in key technical decisions which are critical to project success
- Prepare site the report, daily and weekly progress reports for on-going projects as required
- Responsible for producing a project work plan and execution of the complete project with overall responsibilities of co-ordination with client representatives, administrative offices, government agencies, non-government agencies, subcontractors’ supplier’s etc./Manage, monitor and interpret the contract design documents supplied by the client or architect
- Develop and maintain a comprehensive risk and opportunity register
- Any other responsibilities as may be assigned by management.
- Check and confirm access for heavy loads and equipment to Project Site
- Liaise with the local authority (where appropriate to the project) to ensure compliance with local construction regulations and by-laws
- Communicate with clients and their representatives (architects, engineers and surveyors) on the progress report of their projects
- Resolve any unexpected technical difficulties and other problems that may arise on site
- Management skills with knowledge of the construction process, drawings, materials and legal regulations.
- Good communication and personnel management skills.
Work Experience and Educational Qualification
- Minimum of 2 years of work experience in Civil Engineering
- Bachelor's Degree or HND in Civil Engineering