Construction & HSQE Supervisor

Salary Commensurate with Experience

About EPS

EPS Group is an international water infrastructure specialist, employing over 600 people and operating across Ireland, the UK and Northern Europe.

Established in 1968, EPS began as a modest electrical and pumping services business and developed into an innovative, internationally exporting product and service provider, focused upon the water, wastewater and clean technology sectors.

EPS is proud to be a genuine end-to-end service provider in the global water sector, providing large scale employment and bringing market leading, ground breaking and sustainable technologies to the market, while we work to improve water infrastructure in the regions where we are active.

Building the capabilities of our people is one of our key strategic pillars and we firmly believe in investing in our people’s success and the provision of continuous skills-based training and education.

Your journey is just beginning when you join EPS Group!


As a Construction Supervisor, you’ll oversee daily operations on our construction site in Killybegs, Co. Donegal.

Your responsibilities include managing crews, ensuring adherence to safety standards, coordinating tasks, scheduling, monitoring construction progress, and liaising with clients and stakeholders


  • Supervise on-site day to day activities, ensuring timely completion of the work program
  • Maintain project administration
  • Order materials and equipment and handle necessary permits
  • Assess safety and financial goals
  • Manage subcontractors by tracking progress, and ensuring protection of finished works
  • Conducting sub-contractor meetings, participating in look-ahead meetings, and coordinating tasks for timely completion
  • Contribute construction information to strategic plans and reviews
  • Monitor project expenditures to meet the construction budget
  • Define project purpose and scope for successful project results
  • Conduct inspections at critical phases to approve construction projects
  • Ensure compliance with codes to prevent fines and work interruptions
  • Maintain a safe, secure, and healthy work environment by following guidelines, standards, and procedures
  • Conduct comprehensive HSQE audits and site inspections
  • Review, evaluate, and manage subcontractor documentation and on-site inductions
  • Foster a proactive safety culture
  • Address employee concerns regarding safety, health, and environmental matters


  • Relevant trade qualification
  • 10 years+ experience in a similar role
  • Strong written and verbal communication skills
  • Strong organisational and interpersonal skills
  • IT Skills – Microsoft Office


If this sounds like the position for you, please get in touch and forward your CV,
we’d love to hear from you!