Site Supervisor

  • Job Reference: 00000031-1
  • Date Posted: 19 June 2024
  • Recruiter: job switch
  • Location: Rotherham
  • Salary: £35.00 to £40.00 Per Hour
  • Sector: Construction
  • Job Type: Contract
  • Contact: jamie dawson
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Job Description

The post holder will carry out the supervision of civil engineering schemes, including major multidisciplinary schemes, ensuring that the works are carried out in accordance with design and specification.

Key Duties/Areas of Responsibility

Ensuring that delivered works, comply with the stated specification, ensuring good workmanship, quality materials are tested as necessary to appropriate standards and ensuring that the required specifications and safety standards are met.

Monitor delivered works progress against submitted programmes, assess the accuracy of planned completion dates and suggest improvements to sequencing, co-ordination or methods where possible.

Measurement of completed works in accordance with the appropriate method of measurement, and the keeping of proper records of work done in the form of a site diary, together with details of other relevant issues or occurrences on site

Identification and promotion of solutions at 'early warning’ meetings or similar to design issues and to site problems or events where these have been raised by the contractor for resolution.

Advise construction teams on the suitability of proposed method statements and risk assessments and advise of any unsafe working practices on site and report accordingly

Act as the Supervisor during works undertaken under NEC ECC forms of contract, (or the Proper Officer’s representative on site for 'section 278’ works).

Assist with, and where appropriate conduct, survey work of a variety of types and the checking of setting out, approving such minor amendments as may be necessary.

Liaison with members of the public, residents, utilities contractors and others • Undertake pre works inspections and surveys as necessary and develop schedules of works for minor schemes such as programmes for bus stop improvements or maintenance works.

To attend emergency situations and meetings out of hours if necessary.

Supervise other technical staff, including planning and allocating work, checking work is done to time and carrying out on-job training

Manage, monitor and control financial budgets with large expenditure/income • Monitor and review standard procedures, operational practices and set up revised working practices.

As required from time to time, carry out site inspections and surveys and if appropriate initiate or attend to remedial action in the event of transportation asset failure.

To deputise for the Senior Engineer roles and other roles within the scope of the service as and when required, including attending meetings during and out of hours where that is necessary.