Dewatering Foreman

G.P. Zachariades Overseas
Bahrain

Ref: LP574-14
G.P. Zachariades Overseas

The Role


The Role


Main Duties:

As a Dewatering foreman / technician you will be required to handle all the dewatering operation(s) of the project with a team of labourers in a fast paced and demanding environment on generally large project and will be reporting to the Project Manager.

You will be responsible to go around to install, monitor, repair, manage and run the operations(s) of dewatering activities making sure that production targets are met through motivation of your site based team.

The Dewatering Foreman MUST have knowledge of pumps, installations, minor repairs etc.

Requirements


Requirements


The successful candidate will bring to the role:

• 10 years + site based experience as a Dewatering Foreman
• Should be able to install pumps, required fitting and minor repairs.
• Must know the type of hoses required and the attachments.
• Excellent delegation skills to lead several teams of dewatering crews, multi tasking.
• Ability to look ahead in terms of manpower and equipment needed, demonstrate ability to learn and ambition to grow and develop.

About the Company


About the Company


G. P. Zachariades is justly proud of the reputation for quality and professionalism it has enjoyed for over 50 years in the construction industry.

The company takes its name from the founder George P. Zachariades, whose initials, GPZ, have become synonymous with the company name. GPZ’s reputation was achieved as a result of wide ranging experience gained in a variety of projects and continuous commitment to achieving the highest standards of workmanship.

GPZ has developed a track record of success in the construction of various landmark projects including hotels, shopping malls, high-rise buildings, corporate headquarters, banks, residential complexes, hospitals, schools, universities and convention centres, as well as industrial complexes, infrastructure works and manufacturing plants.
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