|Job Title:||Site Engineer|
|Salary:||£42000.00 - £45000.00 per annum|
|Contact Name:||Rachel Sheehy|
|Job Published:||January 28, 2019 15:25|
Main responsibilities of the role will be to manage all facilities operations on site, ensuring that all policies and procedures are adhered to by section supervisors and workforce.
Other key responsibilities will include:
*Ensuring that all tooling is at the quality required and maintained to excellent conditions
*Ensure that Workshops, mess room, drying rooms, and offices are maintained to a high standard of cleanliness and safety at all times.
*Ensure that all site plant and vehicles inspections are conducted on a regular basis and any defects raised and corrected immediately.
*Manage the engineering requirements of Subcontractors that are required in certain section of work or on larger projects. Subcontractors will be comfortable working and coordinating across larger teams and in doing so they will be required to meet all Health, Safety and Quality standards.
*Ensure that the works are undertaken in accordance with all HS&E legislation, and the site Health Safety and Environmental Plans.
*Manage subcontractors, site trades people and suppliers to construct the works accurately and in a safe manner at all time.
*Supervise site activities to ensure that method statements, risk assessments are appropriate and are being followed thoroughly throughout the projects.
*Review, produce and implement risk assessments and method statements for all works.
*Make effective use of document control to manage distribution of information.
*Understands construction practices and assist in its development specific to their area of works.
*Assist in assessing the plant and resource requirements to meet the demands of site and office based works.
*Understand that sections of work have an allocated cost and the role they have to play in ensuring that this is maintained or improved on.
*Understand the commercial implications behind decisions.
*Communicate the company's quality policy and systems to subcontractors and supplier.
*Establish robust on site procedures to ensure that the works proceed in accordance with best practice.
*Participate in the on-site inspection process and take responsibility for critical activities when required.
*Seek out opportunities for improvement, to overcome problem and to lessen risk & improve outputs.
*Identify a choice of engineering systems on the basis of personal experience.
*Records outcomes and advises others on potential improvements.
*Seek opportunities to improve on provided information for commercial or practical benefit.
*Engages with designers and specialists to develop conceptual and detailed solutions.
To be considered for this position, applicants must have medium to heavy industry experience and be educated to at least HNC level in a mechanical discipline.
Must be experienced in the understanding and practices of Continuous improvement with the ability to implement and practice on a daily basis and implement change where necessary.
Previous experience within an FM environment expected to compliment the Medium to Heavy industry sector.
In return, you will receive a competitive salary and benefits and the opportunity to join a leading Facilities Management company with a long standing contract with a global organisation
To be considered for this role, applicants must be Time served or educated to at least NVQ level 3 in a Mechanical discipline. Must have extensive experience in supervising multi- disciplined mechanical teams on maintenance and installation projects.
In return you will receive a competitive salary and excellent benefits coupled with the opportunity of joining a leading organisation
To apply, please send your CV to firstname.lastname@example.org TODAY
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