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Our Recruitment Promise

When you join Nicholas O’Dwyer, you become part of a company that is pioneering the future. We are recognised experts in the arena of designing, developing and managing infrastructure assets worldwide to meet society’s needs.

Our teams around the world are involved in some of the most cutting-edge and innovative projects and programs of our time, addressing the big challenges of today and shaping the infrastructure environment for future generations to come.

If you have not found a role that suits you, but would like to work with us, please APPLY through our Talent Pool.


About the Firm
Company Profile

Nicholas O'Dwyer Ltd is one of the most respected Consulting Engineering practices in Ireland today, providing water engineering, environmental engineering and civil and structural engineering services to public and private sector clients alike. 

Apart from being successful in our own right, we have also partnered with some of the biggest and most respected names in global engineering, providing particular technical expertise or knowledge of particular geographical work environments.

We have worked with the vast majority of the leading global funding agencies, including the World Bank (IDA), European Union (EDF), United Nations (UNOPS), African Development Bank (AfDB) and the Arab Bank for Development in Africa (BADEA).

Featured Profiles

Clarice Andrade

Clarice joined Nicholas O’Dwyer in 2019. She graduated as a Civil Engineer from the Federal University of Pernambuco (a prestigious university in Brazil) in 2018, during which she was awarded a full scholarship to complete one year of her degree in Fairleigh Dickinson University in New Jersey, Unites States.

Despite being a recent graduate, Clarice had over four years of industry experience prior to joining Nicholas O’Dwyer, due to extensive work as an intern throughout her bachelor’s degree, including three months working at a construction management firm in the US.

Throughout her career, Clarice has gained significant experience working with Building Information Modelling (BIM) platforms and intersecting multidisciplinary design projects. Since joining Nicholas O'Dwyer she has been involved in projects in the Republic of Ireland and UK, which include treated water storage solutions across Ireland and drinking water treatment schemes in England.