A Site Engineer is a specialist who performs a similar role to a construction manager on a project. Site engineers are responsible for security, health, safety, and the supervision of materials and people going on and off-site.Site engineers are responsible for the day-to-day management of a range of engineering projects and are responsible for quality control. Site engineers must liaise correctly with various subcontractors and ensure that plans for site developments are accurate and feasible.Hiring firms usually require that Site Engineers complete a degree at the bachelor's level or higher in engineering with a focus on the IT and telecoms. Many employers will also accept those with qualifications in related subjects.Organizations looking to take on freelance workers also typically want people to have between three and five years of experience working as Site Engineers. Site engineers need to have a variety of skills, including both people management and with testing software. Some employers require that you have experience with ISEB/ISTQB software testing.

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