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We are the exclusive agent for this major operating company. We have been instructed to locate a member of their client team to oversee the contractual aspects of the construction of a major new aggregates plant. Interviews will be held by our client in London over the coming weeks with a start date in the Late summer / Autumn. You will need experience of working on FIDIC projects ideally including some industrial schemes. The role will require providing advice and oversight on a range of contractual issues and require providing a strategy for claims mitigation. The business is a well managed diversified conglomerate active in a range of industries including flour milling edible oil production sugar refining port & terminal operations and real estate development. This large scale plant is being built alongside an existing limestone quarry and will eventually be capable of producing 6000 tonnes of cement a day. The project is joint international effort bringing together the very best industry expertise including: equipment supply installation and operations from Scandinavia multidiscipline design from a leading German consulting practice and construction by one of the region’s most efficient and respected contractors. You will need to be a degree qualified engineer with site supervision expertise of major industrial plants. In particular you will need expertise in supervising steel and heavy civil works. It is essential that you are fully conversant and experienced in using FIDIC. Business is conducted in English and the position demands excellent written and spoken communication skills. You will be part of a highly professional multinational supervision team with key members drawn from the UK America and Canada. A high standard of accommodation is provided including generous local allowances. Security measures thorough and cover the construction site and accommodation areas and includes a permanent military contingent. This is a single status appointment working a six day week with four months on and two weeks off on top of which are local holidays.