Associate Director - Marine Infrastructure
Red Sea Global (RSG)
Umluj, Tabuk, Saudi Arabia
Job description / Role
To supervise and manage projects and/or programs execution related to marine infrastructure design scope of work through managing the integration of the marine and coastal design activities with other design disciplines, enhancing the design value engineering and optioneering, managing and administrate design risks through different design stages, monitoring project execution and quality plans implementation, liaising with internal and external stakeholders, and reviewing design deliverables quality and values to ensure achieving TRSDC executive vision according to the highest quality and environmental standards.
SAR 60,000 to 65,000 per month inclusive of fixed allowances.
• Bachelor’s Degree in Structural Engineering or Civil Engineering
• Minimum of 12 to 15 years of relevant marine or coastal engineering experience with 4 years in a managerial position
• Interpersonal skills
• Time management
• Project management experience (especially with regards to scope, schedule, quality, resources, communication, risk and stakeholder management)
• A strong technical knowledge of marine or coastal engineering WRT design of elements such as quay walls, marinas, breakwaters, revetments, suspended deck structures, beaches, vessel maintenance facilities, etc.
About the Company
Red Sea Global (RSG) has been incorporated as a closed joint stock company, wholly owned by Saudi Arabia’s Public Investment Fund (PIF).
The company has been established to develop and promote a new international luxury tourism destination that will set new standards for sustainable development and bring about the next-generation of luxury travel. The project was announced in July 2017 and is one of the three Giga Projects aimed at diversifying the Saudi economy in keeping with the Kingdom’s 2030 Vision.
The development will offer unprecedented investment options and provide visitors with the opportunity to explore the five untouched treasures of the west coast of Saudi Arabia; the archipelago of over 90 islands with stunning coral reefs, dormant volcanoes and untouched nature reserves.