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Site Engineer (7461)

Description

Job purpose

Initially working on our trunk road realignment scheme in Stevenage, reporting to the Senior Engineer you will:
  • Have overall responsibility for sections of the technical viability of the project works, (or major part of the project works);
  • Participate in the health and safety, quality, environmental and commercial management of the project, including the reporting of and recording of near misses;
  • Assist in the setting out for roadworks including associated structures and substructures;
  • Assist in managing the checks between setting out information and existing site information;
  • Support in reviewing and logging of drawing issue changes;
  • Ensuring compliance with Test and Inspection Plans;
  • Manage the completion of quality documentation including managing the as-built record information;
  • Take responsibility for the issuing of task-specific permits when all safety-critical requirements are in place;
  • Carrying out project safety inspections making recommendations for improvement.

Responsibilities
  • Implementation of Quality planning and controls to ensure project compliance with the Specification and the Quality, Health, Safety, Environmental and Sustainability Company Policies;
  • Undertake the roles appropriately assigned within the contract PMP: setting out, issuing permits;
  • Checking and ensuring that the project works comply with the requirements of the contract specification and drawings etc. and maintaining appropriate records etc to confirm such compliance;
  • Maintain records of work done and site activities including as built records, quality records, diaries and allocation sheets;
  • Being proactive in the identification and resolution of problems;
  • Maintain and develop client relationships;
  • Actively mentor and develop graduates and trainees.

Knowledge skills & experience
  • Safety Level 1 course;
  • CITB Level 2 Safety Course SSSTS (Desirable);
  • Appropriate CSCS card (Essential);
  • Degree in Civil Engineering or equivalent (Desirable);
  • Can set out using GPS total station including uploading co-ordinate data (Essential);
  • First Aid at Work (4 day) (Desirable);
  • New Roads and Streetworks supervisor (Desirable);
  • CPD evidence of relevant post graduate practical training e.g. attendance on courses for Forms of Contract, Scaffolding Appreciation, Formwork/Falsework Appreciation, Concrete Technology, H&S Management, e.t.c. (Desirable);
  • CAT and Genny training (Desirable);
  • Has held a similar position with a Civil Engineering Contractor for a sustained period;
  • Can set out using GPS total station including uploading co-ordinate data (Essential);
  • Levelling for kerb pins, drainage, earthworks profile boards and batter rails;
  • Setting up pipe and rotating lasers;
  • Experience of working within the highways sector (Desirable);
  • Experienced at undertaking quality checks, making concrete cubes etc (Desirable);
  • Experienced in Word, Excel, Outlook, power point;
  • Produce As-built records and drawings (Desirable);
  • Knowledge of BIM (Desirable);
  • Knowledge of Microsoft Project (Desirable);
  • AutoCAD - as built drawings, bespoke site sketches (Desirable);
  • Knowledge of NEC Contract conditions (Desirable);
  • Specification for Highway works.

Person
  • Relevant Technical knowledge and ability to visualize and interpret drawings;
  • Good interpersonal and communication skills;
  • Behaviour 1: supportive of others in their goals;
  • Behaviour 2: trust and respect; deliver your work on time, be open and transparent, respect confidential information;
  • Behaviour 3: Challenge constructively;
  • Behaviour 4: Issue resolution: embrace issues and try to find solutions but always escalate to leaders when they cannot be resolved;
  • Behaviour 5: Innovation and continual improvement; be prepared to explore new opportunities, voice your ideas and be creative;
  • Behaviour 6: Engagement; Listen, communicate, respond promptly;
  • Behaviour 7: Accountability; take responsibility for your actions, understand your job role;
  • Ability to use own initiative;
  • Good time management;
  • Strong attention to detail;
  • Strong team-working skills;
  • Systematic/organised, Enthusiastic, Confident, Personable;
  • Resourceful, Reliable.


Our Values

At Interserve, we support people and organisations to manage change - helping to create improved and better environments in places where people live and work.

Our direction and behaviours are underpinned by a set of core values:

Everyone has a voice

Everyone has a voice, so we listen and encourage openness. We value all views and opinions, we welcome discussion and we treat people as we, ourselves, would want to be treated - with respect and patience.

Take pride in what you do

Whatever the task in hand, everybody can and should take pride in a job well done - a job undertaken with care and done to the best of our abilities.

Bring better to life

We are all about believing we can do better. Asking questions, thinking differently, seeking solutions and creating ideas to support our customers and adding value.

Do the right thing

Doing the right thing means not accepting 'that will do', and not walking by when you could make a positive difference. The right thing also means the safe thing and the sustainable thing.

Benefits
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