Job Title : Site Manager WATER
Salary : £45,000 - £55,000
What will you be doing as our new Site Manager?
· The day-to-day supervision of a number of site-based survey and GI teams, to ensure the timely delivery of surveys and ground investigation data to both the consenting and engineering / integration teams.
· Provide logistical support and ensure safety and quality procedures are adhered to and delivered to the highest of standards.
· Working with the land referencing and customer engagement teams to liaise with landowners and other stakeholders to deliver site-based works both effectively and efficiently
· Lead in the on-site delivery of exemplary health, safety, wellbeing, environmental and quality performance.
· Work with others in SPA to ensure all works are managed in a holistic manner.
A little bit about your skills, experience and behaviours….
· Previous experience of managing site activities, particularly ground investigation and ecology/land surveys, plus the validation of survey data e.g. aerial survey.
· Knowledge of the latest techniques in surveying, setting out and ground survey processes, plus on-going support for survey requirements during the design phase.
· Able to produce good quality QA records for all surveying work.
· Understanding of utility companies’ procedures/requirements including permitting for breaking ground etc.
· Strong track record and leadership in safety, environmental and quality processes. Plus, experience in the development and reviewing of RAMS.
· Minimum competences to included ideally SMSTS, NRASWA.
· Work with the Pre-Delivery & Delivery Lead in the creation of a programme for delivery.
· Strong technical understanding of utility companies, procedures /requirements background and the surveying of utilities.
· Excellent communication skills.
· Strong IT based abilities ideally to include GIS, Sharepoint and MS Project/P6 packages.
· Ability to supervise and carry out field work (both of direct labour and supply chain).
· Understanding of legal requirements for Land Access and Anglian Water CoP for Land Entry.