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Project Engineer - Waste Management

KEO International Consultants

Portugal

Ref: HP881-2574

Job description / Role

Employment: Full Time

KEO is a creative enterprise, where innovation is a way of life. We are uniquely resourced with end-to-end services to take clients from inspiration - through conceptualization - to realization of planning, design or project delivery in the built and natural environments. For over 58 years we've led with vision, contributing to many of the world's most iconic projects, remarkable experiences and prosperous communities.

As a highly integrated and agile AEP/PMCM firm, KEO is ranked by ENR in the Top 225 International Design Firms; in the Top 20 International PM/CM Firms; and by World Architecture as 50 th largest global architecture firm and #1 Firm in the Middle East Region in their 2021 WAS 100 Survey.

We invite you to join us.

Our newest opportunity is for a Project Engineer to join our award-winning team based in Porto, Portugal.

Reporting directly to a Project Manager in our award winning Sustainability and Environment Division, this role is responsible for support on landfill (re)design and waste management related projects across the Middle East and potentially further abroad.

Responsibilities

We envisage success in this role to include:
- Developing and preparing design drawings (including 3D modelling), reports, analysis, research and presentations relating to landfill, lagoon, remediation and earthworks in accordance with applicable legislation and local conditions.
- Undertaking engineering calculations relating to landfill design (geosynthetics, hydrology, geotechnical stability) and waste management planning (waste generation modelling).
- Developing design related tender documentation including BOQ's (bill of quantities), specifications and CQA plan.
- Assisting in the preparation and contributing to the content of tenders proposals for the Sustainability and Environment Division and any cross discipline bids for other KEO Divisions.

Requirements

To be successful in this dynamic opportunity, we envision that your career journey to date will include 1 to 5 years' work experience partnered with a Bachelor degree in Civil Engineering. Specialization in geo-environmental or geotechnical engineering will be a plus.

Experience in landfill, lagoon, waste containment design will be preferred. However, candidates with roads, dams, hydraulics, geotechnical design experiences will be also considered for the role.

Experience in waste management engineering fields and familiarity with international best practice/regulations (such as EU Council Directive, US-EPA, etc.) will be preferred.

Knowledge in Civil 3D and/or availability to develop further certifications (if needed).

KEO's performance is founded upon integrity, results, innovation, safety and our people. We embrace diversity and recognise its' contribution to client success wherever we work.

We are excited to hear how you can partner with our award-winning team and treat all expressions of interest confidentially.

About the Company

KEO is a creative enterprise, where innovation is a way of life. We are uniquely resourced with end-to-end services to take clients from inspiration – through conceptualization – to realization of planning, design or project delivery in the built and natural environments. For over 57 years we’ve led with vision, contributing to many of the world’s most ambitious projects, iconic places, remarkable experiences and prosperous communities.

As a highly integrated and agile AEP/PMCM firm, KEO is ranked by ENR in the Top 225 International Design Firms; in the Top 20 International PM/CM Firms; and by World Architecture as 50th largest global architecture firm and #1 Firm in the Middle East Region in their 2021 WAS 100 Survey.

We invite you to join us.

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