Site Supervisor
Lancashire
DK260517SS
Civil & Structural
Contract

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Discipline: Civil, Design

Speciality: Engineering, Highways

UK Residency Required: Yes

Salary: £14 per hour

Apply by: 26/06/2017

Min Experience: years

OVERVIEW & ROLE DESCRIPTION

Overview

We are currently recruiting for a Site Supervisor on behalf of a local authority in the Lancashire area.

The Site Supervisor will be responsible for the inspection, measurement and monitoring of activities by a contractor engaged on the delivery of a highway authority capital scheme usually on a live highway situation.

Role Description

  • Select and implement appropriate procedures to carry out more complex technical tasks of a higher risk of nature (e.g. designs, inspections, assessments, analyses) to produce the required technical output (e.g. identification of customer need, implementation or routine service processes)
  • Provide technical and analytical support to other members of staff delivering more complex services.
  • Provide information and advice to customers by interpreting established procedures, using technical experience and by applying best practice within the field.
  • Provide guidance and advice to less experienced staff in order to develop their skills within their role.
  • Liaise and build working relationships with contractors.
  • Suggest improvements to current working methods to contribute to improvements in service delivery.

Skills & Attributes

  • Experience in the civil engineering infrastructure field.
  • Technical knowledge and understanding of CDM regulations, construction details, materials & workmanship and H&S issues.
  • Knowledge of contract procedures and professional disciplines involved in highway construction.
  • The ability to manage workload and associated paperwork.
  • Good communication skills.
  • Proficient IT skills.
  • CSCS card.
  • Driving License.

SKILLS AND QUALIFICATIONS

  • Experience in the civil engineering infrastructure field.
  • Technical knowledge and understanding of CDM regulations, construction details, materials & workmanship and H&S issues.
  • Knowledge of contract procedures and professional disciplines involved in highway construction.
  • The ability to manage workload and associated paperwork.
  • Good communication skills.
  • Proficient IT skills.
  • CSCS card.
  • Driving License.

RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Select and implement appropriate procedures to carry out more complex technical tasks of a higher risk of nature (e.g. designs, inspections, assessments, analyses) to produce the required technical output (e.g. identification of customer need, implementation or routine service processes)
  • Provide technical and analytical support to other members of staff delivering more complex services.
  • Provide information and advice to customers by interpreting established procedures, using technical experience and by applying best practice within the field.
  • Provide guidance and advice to less experienced staff in order to develop their skills within their role.
  • Liaise and build working relationships with contractors.
  • Suggest improvements to current working methods to contribute to improvements in service delivery.