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Diverse and exciting career opportunities are available at Silver Coast. Join us and build your expertise, Whether you are a seasoned professional looking for a new challenge or a graduate keen to begin your career, we offer a wide range of opportunities in a rapidly growing organization. We are constantly looking for new talents to fill the roles in our offices and sites.

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  • Contract Administrator

    The principal duty of a Contract Administrator is to assess the Company’s contractual position relating to all operational activities and accordingly provide adequate commercial advice to ensure that interests are best protected on several levels for various issues involving contractual undertakings/commitments. This includes support in all project phases, from tender to post hand-over claims/arbitrations in coordination with the legal department whenever needed. Preparation & review of clauses, terms and conditions related either to clients or sub-contractors are part of the daily activity. Qualified lawyers with engineering/construction background and/or engineers and quantity surveyors with experience in legal issues make good candidates. At least 10 years of experience ideally within the construction industry (EPC contracts).

  • Contract Manager

    Jobs at this level are to lead, direct, guide and co-ordinate SCCB’s QS and Contract Administration staff in a particular geographical area or zone, where such a position exists. The Contracts Manager supervises the staff in that area and provides expert advice to the area general manager and the project managers on all contractual matters. Will be involved in the for development and administration of contract documents for upcoming and current projects evaluating potential risks to the contractor and suggesting measures to reduce these risks

  • Cost Control Engineer

    Plays a key role in delivering a complete suite of cost-control services and financial support for projects. Ensures the use of the project cost control strategy, plans and procedures, reflecting both Company and contractor roles and responsibilities and ensuring the adherence to the safety, environmental, financial, business and project guidelines

  • Senior Quantity Surveyor

    Site based position responsible for carrying out the duties and responsibilities of the quantity surveying activities on medium sized projects or as deputy on major ones, reporting to the Contract Manager. The duties include obtaining quotations for subcontracts and materials, preparing bid packages, establishing procedures for implementation, control, monitoring and payment of subcontractors, as well as measuring all work carried out under a contract. The Sr. Quantity Surveyor establishes also the implementation of variation procedures in line with the contract requirements ensuring that all is accurately estimated authorized and processed with relevant supporting documentation. Applicants for this job should be chartered Quantity Surveyors with at least 15 years of experience, substantial part of it must be on-site. Sound knowledge of contractual issues and project administration procedures is required.

  • Quantity Surveyor

    Will be responsible to coordinate the activities of quantity surveyors and the administration of the prime contract and subcontracts on a company project.

  • Document Controller

    A diploma graduate with at least 2 years of experience (Preferably in the construction industry). Candidate should have acceptable EDMS with solid command of the English language. Preferable experience in contractual tracking issues and final hand over.

  • Material Engineer

    Engaged in the process of materials procurement & control. Depending on the scale & scope of the work individuals may specialize in one or more aspects of the procurement process.

  • QA/QC inspector

    Site based job reporting to the Senior QC Inspector or the QC Engineer. The QC Inspector is part of a multi-disciplinary team engaged in the conduction of quality control inspections and tests within discipline specific areas of projects. Main duty is to carry out inspections in a designated area or discipline within project timeframes ensuring work conforms to standards and taking action consistent with non-conformance system when abnormalities are detected. Important part of the job is the completing and preparing various forms and reports on performed inspections for inclusion in and maintenance of inspection records. Technical Engineering Diploma and 2 years of inspection experience or successful completion of specialized courses as per discipline (CSWIP 3.1, ERS, AWS, BGAS, NACE, etc.). The position requires an adequate level of technical knowledge of execution methodology, codes and standards.

  • Site Engineer

    Working with a specific function within a project, typically with direct responsibility for overseeing and checking that work is carried out to specification, liaising as necessary with relevant subcontractors and suppliers.

  • Project Manager

    Provides the knowledge, skills and experience to manage task order type and constructions projects. The PM shall accomplish the professional aspects of the work primarily by means of direct efforts and through the assistance of a small staff of professionals. The Project Manager shall be able to demonstrate the ability to manage the cradle-to-grave aspects of the entire life-cycle of a project. The role includes an understanding of process management and the ability and agility to perform work that is contracted through a variety of contract delivery. The primary focus of the PM is to accomplish work by means of subcontractors; however the PM has the capability of managing self-performed construction activities that benefit the project.