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Site Construction Supervisor

  • Location:

    Dorset

  • Sector:

    Utilities, Power & Telecoms

  • Job type:

    Permanent - Full Time

  • Salary:

    Market related

  • Contact:

    Cale Phillips

  • Contact email:

    cale.phillips@carringtonwest.com

  • Contact phone:

    02393 876 090

  • Job ref:

    JO0000036101

  • Published:

    about 1 month ago

  • Expiry date:

    28/09/2022

  • Startdate:

    24/08/2022

Construction Supervisor (Site Based) / Nuclear / Dorset

24 months fixed Term - Negotiable salary & benefits package

Security background checks will be required

As Site Construction Supervisor you will have the responsibility for the supervision of construction/demolition works in accordance with company EHSQ arrangements.

Main duties:

Working closely with the Area Construction Manager and on site EHS Manager, you will promote a safe working environment for all personnel including visitors.

The site supervisor must have relevant experience in nuclear and construction sectors

The work will involve supervision of activities including micro piling, steelwork install including existing slab reinforcing/propping, concrete cutting using diamond wire saws, concrete pouring, scaffolding with temporary works and steel flooring install.

You will have the ability to understand construction drawings and other construction documentation with a good understanding of EHSQ procedures typical of high profile construction environments using ISO procedures and/or best industry practice.




Skills/experience required:

A relevant NEBOSH or similar EHSQ qualification.

HNC level of education or higher in a relevant subject/ relevant experience

All CITB courses such as SMSTS, Temporary Works Co-ordinator, Lifting, Supervisory, Environmental (or NVQ equivalent) are advantageous.

You must have significant, relevant construction and supervisory experience,  a supervisory certification, CSCS Card holder (or equivalent scheme)