Structural Asset Protection - Section Engineer

4 days left

Employer
Coyle Personnel
Location
London, London
Posted
May 03, 2022
Closes
May 30, 2022
Ref
3086578976
Position Type
Engineer, Staff Engineer
Organization Type
Firm, Consulting Engineering
Structural Asset Protection - Section Engineer

Working as part of the Routeway West Buildings asset protection team, reporting to the Agent and Project Manager, you will be responsible for the delivery of various works packages during the preparation and repair works to buildings effected by the ground movement caused by the tunnel boring machine (TBM).

The specific role duties include, but are not limited to, the following

Ensuring the effective planning of all works, including identification of relevant statutory and HS2 approvals and ensuring that these are requirements are and communicated to the supply chain and in place prior to the commencement of the works. Understand the both the activities, logic and critical path and associated key handover dates within your section of the works. Identify risks and opportunities within the established Clause 32 programme and communicate these in a timely manner. Ensure that an accurate 12 weekly programme is established and maintained, recording actual progress against planned.

Ensure that accurate contemporaneous records of the works on the site are maintained on a daily basis for your section of works in the agreed template and to an agreed standard. Any events resulting in a delay or change must be notified to the Project Manager and Commercial Staff in a timely manner

Administer the subcontracts for your packages of works, understanding Subcontractor responsibilities and attendances provided by the Contractor, identifying and recording change/potential change as the works progress. Undertake weekly progress meetings with subcontracts with the support of the Agent/Project Manager as required. Undertake regular formal reviews of subcontractor performance, escalating issues to the Project Manager where required.

Take ownership for safety in your section of the works, ensuring that all works are compliant with statutory, company, and project requirements. Take a leading role in all stages of the safety lifecycle, from Safety Readiness Reviews through to Lessons Learnt. Ensure that you and your team have the appropriate training and experience to manage the works under your control, escalating any concerns to your line manager.

Support the Temporary Works Coordinator by identifying, defining, procuring and managing the Temporary Works within your section. Undertake regular site inspections of temporary works, during installation, prior to and during use. Ensure that all Temporary Works in your section are compliant to industry best practice.

Define the quality standards and requirements in accordance with the contract requirements and manage these within your section of the works. This shall include but not be limited to Material Certification, Development and Implementation of ITPs, and identification and management of snags and defects. Ensure that information for the handover file is compiled promptly upon completion of the works, including As Builts and closing out of all outstanding works and defects.

Develop and Maintain Site Wide Logistics Plan and assist the Logistics Supervisor in maintaining both the Weekly and Daily Logistics Plan for your section of works. Ensure that all suppliers and subcontractors under your control are aware of the specific site requirements in relation site logistics.

Take an active role in mentoring staff within your team, developing their skills, identifying appropriate training needs, and reviewing their competence in readiness for new tasks/roles. Ensure that any staff concerns are escalated to your line manager.

Key Responsibilities

• Safe Delivery - RAMS/ WPP reviewing

• Delivery of a Quality product to the end user

• Effective Subcontract Management - day to day management of s/c and chairing of weekly progress meeting

• Effective planning and implementation of works - coordination of s/c works with others, 4 weekly programme reporting

• Mentoring and development of reporting engineers

Required qualifications, skills, behaviours and attributes

• Achieved construction-based qualification

• Previous building finishes/ fit out experience - required

• Previous civils experience i.e., RC works, groundworks etc... - required

• Moderate understanding of electrical and mechanical works (MEP) - desirable

• Previous 3rd party/ stakeholder involvement - desirable

• CSCS - Required

• SMSTS - Required

• First Aid - Desirable

• Temporary works supervisor - Desirable

• Accountable

• Open and Honest

• Team Player

• Proactive thinker

• Multitasker

In addition to the above discipline role, the section engineer must carry out their duties in accordance with Company Core Values