Thursday, May 24, 2018

De-Watering Superintendent

 My client a leading international contractor has an urgent requirement for a De-Watering Superintendent for one of its projects in Kazakhstan.

Suitable candidates should be able to complete all duties as outlined below and have previous experience in a similar role.

- Be responsible for all dewatering activities on site
- Manage the dewatering personnel, consisting of engineers, foremen, pump operators, tanker drivers, labourers and sub contractors.
- Manage the dewatering equipment, consisting of dewatering pumps, well pointing equipment and water tankers
- Manage the discharge of water either on site for earthworks operations and dust control or to lagoons.
- Propose technical dewatering solutions for excavations. This will include method statements and sketches outlining the scope of works
- Liaise with site construction teams and plan future works.
- Order plant and equipment in order to meet the
- Liaise with Client on current works and future proposals.
- Carry out regular tool box talks with dewatering team
- Update plant and equipment registers on a daily basis

- Minimum 15 years experience on international assignments.
- Previous CIS country experience is preferable.
- Previous experience in hardship locations essential.

About the Company
Blake Anderson is a boutique consultancy based in the UK, with a satellite office in Dubai. Specialising in Technical and Construction Recruitment, Blake Anderson provides a superior service to clients and candidates within the construction and technical sectors.

We concentrate on placing professionals throughout the world, focusing mainly on the Middle East and Asia, drawing on both the global and local markets for highly qualified professionals. In order to attract the best talent, we invest in various high-end advertising mediums.

With a database of 1,000's of candidates, our experienced consultants have a wealth of recruitment knowledge and have a consultative approach at all times, ensuring a second to none service.

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