Job Title: Site Manager (temporary works)
Salary : £40,000 - £50,000 plus package
Location : East Anglia/Cambridgeshire/Peterborough
Our client, a main Civil Engineering contractor, who operate within the Water sector, have an excellent opportunity available, for a Site Agent from a water treatment background to join their team on a permanent basis, working out of their base in Cambridgeshire. The successful candidate will ideally have previous experience delivering Civils/Bridges projects and have previously managed multiple value sites across the UK.
• Sound knowledge of latest building regulations, legislation and Health and Safety
• The Temporary Works Manager must have a proven track record acting as a TWC on large scale civil engineering projects.
• Knowledge and experience are the key attributes for the role along with strong interpersonal organisational team working skills and the ability to communicate clearly and effectively.
• Understand the Client and Alliance Partners' Environment and Sustainability Policies, Processes and Statutory Requirements as they affect operations and ensure that the obligations, as applicable within their discipline, are implemented on the project.
• Working knowledge in Microsoft Office packages
• An appropriate and valid CSCS / CSR card.
• Agree with the Designers/Checkers and other Parties on the level of risk and temporary design check.
• Ensure an adequate detailed design brief is in place, with full consultation, in accordance with the actual situation on site.
• Ensure that the design is independently checked for concept, structural adequacy and compliance with the brief.
• Ensure TW documentation is adequately recorded and maintained within the project management systems.
• Advise the permanent works designer of any temporary conditions, or loads, that should be considered in the permanent works design.
• Ensure that those responsible for on-site supervision receive full design details, with risks and limitations highlighted.
• Ensure that checks are made at appropriate stages covering the more critical factors.
• Ensure proposed changes in materials or any other agreed changes or corrections of faults, are correctly carried out.
• Issue formal permit to load if check(s) prove satisfactory.
• Ensure that during use, all appropriate maintenance and routine inspection is carried out.