Since our establishment in 1963, over 400 people have worked for the McAdam family, many spending their whole career with us creating a legacy of iconic projects, but also supporting the next generation of young professionals. We continue to attract and inspire a diverse workforce, who are supported to grow and develop their careers whilst helping us deliver meaningful changes to the communities we work with.
A job in McAdam represents an opportunity to build a career alongside some of the most talented built environment professionals in our region. We support our employees career development at all levels including:
We recognise the need to provide an open environment that staff members feel valued, respected and supported through any challenges they might face professionally and personally.
We promote a collaborative and relaxed atmosphere within our workplace and with coffee break chats to summer barbecues, we celebrate our successes together each year with many informal and formal social events.
At McAdam we offer an attractive and competitive benefits package, flexible working arrangements, and proven opportunities to grow and develop your career so if you feel inspired to join our team why not contact us or apply for some of the job opportunities as they arise.
Northern Ireland Apprentice Week 2021
Belfast with flexible working environment
Have gained a Degree in a related design or construction discipline (or alternatively a Level 6 Diploma in construction related health and safety), 5+ years’ construction / health & safety experience working in a similar type consultancy / advisory role, Minimum Level 2 Health and Safety related qualification (eg IOSH Managing Safely or equivalent), Membership of a relevant professional body, Full Driving Licence and willing to travel in NI, GB or ROI.
Minimum Level 3 Health and Safety related qualification (eg NEBOSH National Certificate in Construction Health & Safety or Occupational Health & Safety or equivalent), Undertaken accredited PSDP course for ROI projects, Membership of Association for Project Safety – CMaPS grade, Membership of IOSH, IIRSM, ICE H&S Register or other health and safety organisation.Further details
Applicants must have a degree in civil engineering, Previous experience of sewage infrastructure design, Excellent written and verbal communications skills, Confidence and ability to work within a team, but with a degree of autonomy.
Previous experience in developing civil solutions for residential developments, Circa 2- 5 years’ experience in a similar role working on civil engineering infrastructure or developer projectsFurther details