Role: Site Manager (Water)
Salary: up to £55,000 p/a plus package
My client, who offers the market a unique end-to-end service ranging from needs assessment & solution definition, through design, manufacture, installation & commissioning, to aftercare and operation of water & wastewater treatment assets. They're looking to grow their process design and technical support based out of their Thetford office, with the specific sites being Rickinghall.
Duties & Responsibilities:
oManagement of site personnel and subcontractors.
oLiaising with the Project Manager / Project Engineer on all aspects of the project.
oLiaising with all personnel working on the project regarding all aspects of the contract.
oMaintaining a high standard of positive communication with our client site teams
oWriting engineering reports, commissioning schedules, etc.
Project Planning & Communications:
oEnsuring that all day-to-day activities are planned, coordinated and carried out on time and in a safe manner.
oImplementing planned timelines of all installation activities.
oMaintaining and updating the project programme with the Project Manager.
oPlanning and attending technical and commercial meetings with clients and consultants.
oEnsuring all documentation for the project is current and saved within the project folder.
Health, Safety, Environment & Quality (HSEQ):
oEnforcing safe work practices onsite and ensuring that policies and procedures are adhered to at all times during the installation.
oInducting onsite personnel, subcontractors and visitors.
oMaintaining current training certificates for onsite personnel and subcontractors particular to each task being carried out.
oEnsuring all employees and subcontractors are wearing the correct PPE at all times.
oMaintaining current certificates and inspection records for all plant and equipment used onsite ensuring that any defects identified are repaired in a timely manner. Defected plant and equipment must be removed from use and clearly identified.
oEnsuring that electrical equipment and power tools are PAT tested and free from defects.
oDisplaying the appropriate warning signs onsite.
oMaintaining good housekeeping and ensuring that all walkways are kept clear of all obstruction.
oEnsuring that the relevant permits to work are completed and approved prior to commencement of works.
oImplementing Emergency Plans when required.
oWriting method statements, risk assessments, etc.
oCommunicating method statements, risk assessments and procedures to employees and subcontractors onsite.
oEnforcing health, safety, quality and environmental procedures outlined in the Design Safety Plan, Construction Safety Plan, Quality Plan, Environmental Plan, and Traffic Management Plan, etc.
oRecording and closing non-conformances in the ERP system and ensuring that the corrective action, root cause and preventative / improvement actions are successfully identified.
oAccommodating HSQE site inspections from the client or other external bodies, and ensuring that non-conformances identified during these inspections are successfully closed in a timely manner.
oReporting accidents, incidents, dangerous occurrences and / or near misses to the Project Manager, Health & Safety Manager, HR Manager (and statutory bodies if relevant) in a timely manner.
oCarrying out toolbox talks.
oAttend Contracts team meetings, in person or remotely.
oMaintaining and nurturing customer relationships.
oChecking and signing off on deliveries.
oMaintaining site security where needed.
oOther duties as may arise from time to time that are consistent with the job-holder's knowledge and skills, and are needed to effectively perform the role.
Key Skills & Experience:
·Engineering or science degree, HND or equivalent
·Minimum three years' experience in a project management or site management role within the utilities sector and/or M&E engineering environment.
·Experience within the UK water industry.
·Advanced MS Office skills.
·Report writing skills.
·Good communication skills, able to interact effectively with Clients and colleagues.
·Organisational skills with a commitment to the role and a keen eye for detail.
·Willingness to travel nationwide (including overnight stays)
·Full driving licence, any existing endorsements should be declared in the application.
Job Types: Full-time, Permanent
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