Site Engineer

SSA Recruitment

Site Engineer on a £100m major infrastructure scheme in Suffolk

I am currently recruiting a number of Senior Engineers for major, high profile civil engineering project in the East of England. The major infrastructure scheme is both complex and challenging moving bridges with associated highways and structures.

The successful candidates will be self-motivated and technically proficient, capable of working on their own initiative within a collaborative team. You, along with the project’s management team will initiate continuous improvements to ensure the contract is delivered safely, on time and within budget ensuring the customers’ expectations are met.

Key Requirements:
  • Accurate setting out of the works and dimensional control.
  • Resolving technical problems at all levels.
  • Carry out inspections in accordance with the Inspection and Test Plan in a timely manner.
  • The production of survey information and red – lined drawings for the completion of the As-built records.
  • Ensuring activities are carried out in safe manner in accordance with the Project Safety Plan.
  • Accurate maintenance of Quality Management System records.
  • Ensure equipment is calibrated, in date and suitable checked in accordance with company policies and the manufacturers’ defined requirements.
  • Ensure the site diary is accurately maintained noting against each record the date, location and serial number of equipment used.
  • Ensure construction operations are carried out in accordance with the Contract requirements using the appropriate agreed procedures. Makes sure that only competent personnel are used to carry out the works.
  • Policies the outputs to confirm that the required level of quality is maintained.
  • Co-ordination and supervision of Sub-contractors in the performance of the Work
  • Informing senior management of any non-conformances or poor workmanship
  • Ensure all site personnel have clear, accurate and appropriate information to carry out their duties
  • Minimises environmental disturbance during construction works. Supervises the outputs and confirms that the project environmental requirements are met
  • Close liaison with the Site Foreman and Works Managers
  • Ensure that only the latest issue drawings and documents are being used
  • Ensure all materials on site are suitable, stored in line with manufacturer’s recommendations, current working practice, contract specification or project requirements
  • Assist the Site Management team to update KPI’s, material reconciliation and progress reports
Health and Safety Responsibilities which include the following:
  • Organise the works to maintain, so far as is reasonably practicable, a working environment that is safe and without risk to health.
  • Give all project personnel under your control precise instructions on their responsibilities for correct safe working methods and ensure that they do not permit individuals to take unnecessary risks.
  • Ensure the production of precise information and instructions to other project personnel in order to promote safe working methods.
  • Ensure that all project personnel under your control are made aware of the safety precautions associated with their type of work through induction training, SMART briefings, tool box talks and daily workforce briefings at the start of each shift.
  • Ensure that personal protective clothing and safety equipment is issued, correctly used and maintained.
  • Promote and encourage safety awareness in the project personnel under your control.
  • Identify, provide and maintain safe systems of work through the use of risk assessments for all project personnel under your control.
  • Ensure that any change in a previously established safe system of work, or an unusual use of plant is reported to the Site Manager to review and amend the Project Health and Safety Plan.
  • Ensure that any damaged item of plant or equipment is taken out of use and not brought back into use until it has been properly repaired.
  • Notify the Site Manager of any modifications or changes to plant/transport which may affect the safety of the unit.
  • Ensure that all plant operators hold a valid CTA/CPCS cards and are authorised to operate that particular plant at the workplace.
  • Demonstrate commitment.
  • Stop Any Operations Considered to Be Unsafe, damaging to the environment or compromising quality.