G3 Systems delivers a wide range of facilities services and solutions as part of IAP Worldwide Services. We have the capability to design, deliver, operate and maintain equipment and facilities on a global basis based upon our understanding and experience of the demands of operating in remote locations and harsh environments.
Our Core Capabilities Include:
- Equipment and systems
- Critical infrastructure
- Facilities and infrastructure
- Operations and maintenance
- Field service support
- Logistic support and procurement
- Design and build
- Programme & project management
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UK Based Roles:
- Working to the Senior Manager EP&P and with the bid teams to prepare detailed and accurate cost models and price estimations for review, approval and then submission; supporting tenders of all work types currently being provided by G3 including design, construction, manufacture, installation and services;
- Working with commercial & procurement teams to identify / engage / downselect potential suppliers and subcontractors and then obtaining quotes as part of the costing exercise
- Calculating costs by analysing labour, material, and time requirements
- Reviewing draft Bills of Quantity and plans/schedules and assessing their accuracy
- Under direction Senior Manager EP&P prepare accurate and prudent cost/value analysis and pricing recommendations
Location: Osprey Quay, Portland
Start: June 2018
- HNC in an engineering/construction discipline or finance/accounting
- Minimum 3 years’ experience of Estimating/pricing on infrastructure and/or engineering projects
- Excellent maths and IT skills – MS Office, in particular MS Excel
- Excellent communication and presentation skills
- Business acumen
- Flexible, adaptable, self-motivated/able to work independently with minimal guidance
- IT Skills – MS Project
- Knowledge of commercial conditions (including NEC) and design process
Benefit package: Competitive Salary (benchmarked); Private Medical Cover; Pension Plan; Life Cover (3.5x Salary)
Afghanistan Fire Service:
Under the supervision of the Chief Fire Inspector / Assistant Chief of Prevention conducts daily duties as primary duties. Secondary duty must be able to operate all Fire apparatus and conduct fire operations on Structural and / or ARFF.
This is a demanding position, requiring the incumbent to work in an environment of conditions varying between exceptionally hot and dusty to temperatures below freezing, also during periods of hostile action (emergencies). The incumbent will be physically fit and able to work continuously in these extreme conditions.
- Inspect existing structures, construction and remodelled sites for compliance with fire safety codes.
- Resolve regulatory compliance problems with owners within scope of knowledge and authority having jurisdiction.
- Assist ACP in fire investigation of fire incidents or as directed by DFC / FC.
- Provide public education in fire prevention / awareness, including demonstrations and presentations for military, civil contractor, and other organizations or institutions.
- Prepare reports concerning the fire services; participate in the inspection, testing and maintenance of fixed and portable fire extinguishing systems, water distribution systems and all other equipment related to the fire services.
- Participate in the inspection of, fire hydrants, sprinkling systems, and elements of a fire prevention or protection system.
- Maintain a variety of data and records regarding fire inspection or prevention activities; prepares reports regarding fire inspection or prevention as required.
- Assist in other department administrative activities as assigned.
- Ability to instruct classes in assigned subject areas.
- Assist in training new employees as assigned.
- If required, participate in firefighting operations, rescue operations, firefighting training activities.
- Conduct fire inspections and education training sections:
- Assist the ACP in the development of FR fire safety program’s and SOP’s.
- Take action as required by SOP’s.
- Comply with fire department policy / SOW.
- Become familiar with USFOR-A safety regulations, in particular the safety regulations which pertain to the FRFD and operations.
- Perform various other duties as assigned by DFC /FC.
- If required perform Health and Safety Inspections within the Department and compile reports as required.
- Support other FCRS duties as required.
Location: Kandahar Airfield, Afghanistan
Start: June 2018
Qualified to NFPA, Military or Equivalent National Standards in the following:
- NFPA 1001 & 1002: Firefighter Level I / II
- NFPA 1031, 1032: Fire Inspector Level I / II
- Current First Aid or American heart foundation CPR certificate.
- BAFA or equivalent servicing qualification.
- NFPA 1021, 1022: Fire Officer Level I or II.
- NFPA 1031: Airport Firefighter ( desirable)
- Instructing or teaching qualification.
- Experience as a Fire Inspector / Fire Prevention Officer, carrying out inspections & reports.
Benefit package: Competitive Salary (benchmarked); International BUPA Cover
- Lead all aspects of Fire Safety and fire prevention within HKIA Fire Department.
- Prepare reports concerning the fire prevention service.
- Attend all siting boards and handover/takeover boards. The purpose is to ensure that standardised FS legislation is applied to all alterations, changes of use and minor new works to an asset.
- The ability to communicate orally and in writing, to solve problems, to increase team work, and to counsel members. Evaluate the job performance of assigned members, given personnel records and evaluation forms, so each member’s performance is evaluated accurately and reported according.
- Shall have excellent knowledge of fire prevention standards.
- Directs subordinates in fire prevention programme and training of non-firefighting staff.
- Takes action as required in line with SOPs.
- Complies with Fire HKIA Fire Department policy.
- Performs in a professional manner to prevent damage, or unnecessary physical or financial loss to HKIA Fire Department equipment and materials.
- Is familiar with STANAG, ICAO & NFPA safety regulations, in particular, the safety regulations pertaining to the HKIA FPS and Life Safety.
- Maintains a physical fitness standard as required by HKIA FPS policy.
- Conducts training for non-firefighting personnel and various organized groups.
- Conducts fire investigations, as required.
- Maintains a high level of cooperation between peers, subordinates and supervisors.
- Resolves any problems by informing his supervisor of any problems using the proper chain of command.
- Demonstrates initiative and utilising time well, anticipating problems and offering solutions.
- Uses effective time management to complete assignments on time.
Location: Kabul, Afghanistan
Start: July 2018
Qualified to NFPA, military or national equivalent standards in the following;
- Up to and including Watch Manager (Aviation) as a minimum.
- Fire Safety Officer.
- An Experienced Fire Safety practitioner within the Military and or Civilian Fire Service
- A working knowledge of NATO STANAG’s, NFPA, National Standards relevant to Fire Prevention and best practice.
- Experienced in the training and mentoring environment.
- Shall have experience within an Operational environment.
- NATO English Language proficiency at 3333.
- Shall be fully competent in Fire Department administrational requirements.
- Shall be computer literate and able to use, but not limited to; Excel, Word, PowerPoint and Outlook.
Other duties as assigned in line with the roles and responsibilities.
Benefit package: Competitive Salary (benchmarked); Leave Rotation 14;3, International BUPA cover
- To act as a deployed Quantity Surveyor on G3 Systems project in Nanyuki, Kenya. The role involves the day to day administration of multiple re-measurable contract including:
- Prepare tender and contract documents, including bills of quantities in civil, mechanical and electrical disciplines.
- value completed work, ensuring that G3 Systems obtains best value for money and arrange payments;
- Subcontract payments, variations and final accounts
- Preparation of cost to complete
- Cash flow and turnover forecast
- advise on procurement strategy;
- identify, analyse and develop responses to commercial risks;
- prepare and analyse costings for tenders;
- provide advice on contractual claims;
Location: Nanyuki, Kenya
Start: July 2018
- Qualification in quantity surveying
- Safety Passport or an equivalent qualification (CSCS Card)
- At least five years working as a Quantity Surveyor on large scale civils build, ideally with a value range of £10-15M+
- Strong negotiation skills
- Qualification in Quantity Surveying
Benefit package: Competitive Salary (benchmarked); International BUPA Cover.