Arup is an international firm of planners, designers, engineers, consultants and technical specialists offering a broad range of professional services. Arup has been appointed by the Highways Department, the Government of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region (HKSAR) as the consultant for Agreement No. CE 36/2009 (CE) – Tender and Construction of Hong Kong-Zhuhai-Macao Bridge Hong Kong Link Road - Design and Construction. The project is implemented under two Design & Build Contracts, namely Contract Nos. HY/2011/03 and HY/2011/09.
The scope of works under these Contracts comprise mainly the design and construction of approximately 12km long dual 3-lane carriageway in the form of viaducts, tunnels and at-grade road between HKSAR boundary and Hong Kong Boundary Crossing Facilities (HKBCF), the roadlink between HKBCF and Hong Kong International Airport, seawalls and reclamation to form approximately 23 hectares of land and the associated works. The works in these Contracts were commenced in May 2012 for completion in phases till 2016.
We now invite applications for the following Resident Site Staff position. The incumbent may be required to work irregular hours, overtime, at night and on shifts including Saturdays, Sundays and public holidays and to carry out supervision outside Hong Kong when required.
Qualifications & Experience required:
• Certificate from a technical institute or equivalent in an appropriate discipline with at least 3 years of relevant post-qualification experience, OR
• Completed a technician apprenticeship with at least 3 years of relevant post-qualification experience
Appointment will be made on contract term in accordance with the prevailing government’s terms and conditions. Application deadline on or before 4 December 2015.
Personal data collected will be used for recruitment purpose only. We will retain the applications for a maximum period of 12 months after which their personal data will be destroyed. Applicants who are not contacted within 12 weeks from 4 December 2015 may consider their applications unsuccessful.