Cardno ID PI seeks a Materials / Quality Assurance Engineer for Nauru Port Development Project
About the project
The Nauru Maritime and Port Authority (NMPA) has contracted Cardno ID (International Development) Physical Infrastructure team in the redevelopment of Aiwo port to allow construction of 30m wide wharf adjacent to a 50m wide berth pocket dredged into the reef with an approximately 170m long breakwater on the seaward side. The project also includes construction of onshore port facilities including buildings, container yard, peripheral fence, and road pavements, fire and sewerage system complying international maritime standards safety requirements.
About the role
Cardno ID (International Development) is currently seeking to fill a fixed term Materials/Quality Assurance (QA) Engineer who will be responsible for providing all necessary assistance to the team with respect to overseeing all site and laboratory sampling and testing under the civil works contract that include berth pocket dredging, wharf and breakwater construction, piling works, port buildings, container yard, fence, and road pavements, demolition of existing buildings and safe disposal of dredged, building and UXO materials to be carried out by the contractor.
The role will be engaged as a full-time position in Nauru.
The Contracting arrangement for this position will be fixed term employment. A sub-Contracting arrangement can be negotiated, however Cardno’s Standard Terms of Engagement, including amount of insurances will be effective under this arrangement.
For further information, please copy and paste this link to access the Terms of Reference detailing responsibilities and selection criteria:
The successful candidate will possess a minimum qualification of a Certificate III in Laboratory Skills, a Diploma of Laboratory Technology, a Diploma in Civil Engineering or Degree in Civil Engineering (preferably). S/he will have a minimum of 8 years’ experience in overseeing site and laboratory sampling and testing, knowledge in application of FIDIC conditions and work experience in pacific developing countries or similar environments.
An attractive remuneration package will be offered commensurate with experience and qualification of the successful candidate.
This position is an unaccompanied, full time position based in Nauru with the necessary provisions as agreed.
How to apply?
We welcome your interest in joining the Cardno team. Apply by submitting your resume and covering letter including a response to the key selection criteria. Applications close at 5:00pm on 16 May 2021.
Should you wish to apply as a business entity (i.e. have a business number and want to subcontract rather than be engaged as an employee), then you must be able to provide the following: