Salary – £30 000 – £35 000 ( Depending on experience) + Van
Ensure that all work is carried out in accordance with the standards, policies and procedures of our client and its customers • Issue daily progress reports to the Project Manager • Ensure extra works, if recognised, details are forwarded on to the Project Manager. • Issue work instructions to staff and contractors, and ensure that they are fully understood and followed • Ensure the accurate recording of closing and as-laid details • Identify and inform the Company of commercial opportunities as appropriate.
• Implement safety rules, instructions, and procedures. • Actively monitor Contractors within your responsibility • Ensure Risk Assessments are carried out at all stages of a project. • Ensure that all statutory records, certificates, licenses, notifications and notices are in place. • Conduct site safety inspections and complete associated paperwork. • Carry out site audits on staff and contractors. • Ensure that accidents and near misses and suitably reported, to the Project and Health and Safety Manager • Report any concerns regarding SHE to the Project/ Operations manager and HESQ Department.
Assist in the scheduling of activities within projects. • Liaise with customer/site manager to manage critical dates. • Liaise with contractors and street works inspectors
| Qualifications |
City and Guilds or equivalent in electrical engineering (or demonstrable level of achievement through experience)
Knowledge of the utility (electric, gas and water) industry.
Certificated in the following areas:
• First Aid, preferred
• CSCS, preferred
• Manual Handling
• Health and Safety awareness
• NRSWA Supervisor, Preferred
Experienced in the installation and management of utility infrastructure.
Skills and expertise
Good people management skills.
Computer literate – skilled in use of Excel spreadsheets and Microsoft Project.
Sound knowledge of H&S and its practical implications.
Knowledge of CDM regulations, preferred
|Customer focused – you anticipate and meet customer needs.|
Commercial awareness – you understand the arena you work in and know how to optimise results.
Planning – you can see the big picture and understand the need to juggle priorities to get things done.
Building relationships – you seek out and maintain effective relationships which enable you to achieve success.
Communication – you are able to communicate clearly both in writing and the spoken word.
Developing others– you understand and promote the need to share knowledge and experience