Mechanical Supervisor

Date: 21 Jun 2024

Location: QA

Company: Power International Holding

Job Summary

The Mechanical Supervisor in MEP (Mechanical, Electrical, and Plumbing) operations plays a crucial role in overseeing and managing the mechanical aspects of construction projects ensuring the successful execution of mechanical systems within a construction project, meeting quality standards, safety requirements, and project timelines.

Job Responsibilities 1

Collaborate with the project manager and other supervisors to develop project plans and schedules.

Coordinate mechanical activities with other disciplines such as electrical and plumbing to ensure seamless integration of MEP systems.

Lead and supervise a team of mechanical technicians and contractors.

Allocate tasks, provide guidance, and ensure that the team meets project deadlines and quality standards.

Oversee the installation, testing, and commissioning of mechanical systems, such as HVAC (Heating, Ventilation, and Air Conditioning), plumbing, and firefighting systems.

Ensure compliance with project specifications, codes, and regulations.

Job Responsibilities 2

Conduct inspections to ensure that mechanical installations meet quality standards and are in accordance with project specifications.

Identify and address any issues or defects in the mechanical systems.

Enforce safety protocols and ensure that all mechanical activities adhere to safety regulations.

Conduct regular safety meetings and inspections to mitigate potential hazards.

Coordinate with the procurement team to ensure timely delivery of mechanical materials and equipment.

Manage inventory and track the usage of materials on-site.

Maintain accurate records of mechanical installations, inspections, and tests.

Prepare and submit regular progress reports to the project manager.

Address and resolve any mechanical issues or conflicts that may arise during the construction process.

Collaborate with the design and engineering teams to find solutions to challenges.

Monitor and control costs related to mechanical activities, including labor, materials, and equipment.

Additional Responsibilities 3

Job Knowledge & Skills

Professional client management

Proficient technical building systems engineering and assembly

Knowledge of effective time management

Knowledge in computers and leading edge building management tools

Knowledge of Business Accounting

Contracts development & administration

Professional client management

Proficient technical building systems engineering and assembly

Technically proficient in all aspects of design and building for Mechanical, and all Low Voltage related systems

Job Experience

Minimum 5 year(s) working experience, 3 year(s) relevant working experience, 2 year (s) GCC is a plus

Competencies

Accountability
ELV cabling L2
Voltage drop calculation L2
Electrical wiring L2
Electrical power design L2
Electrical load diagrams / schedules and calculation L2
Collaboration
Leadership
Quality
Resilience

Education

Profesional degree in Mechanical Engineering
Bachelor's Degree in Mechanical Engineering