SITE SUPERVISOR [UNITED KINGDOM]

Location: London + Travel (South East England)

Our client based in the UK is looking for a Site Supervisor to join their team.

 

Responsibilities:

 

Operational

  • To ensure current and future work activities are planned and resources (labour, plant, and material) are available.
  • Build and develop the team to deliver all aspects of the project requirements.
  • Provide, monitor, and control, labour, plant and materials to meet the programme.
  • Monitor and instruct Subcontractor and Direct workforce, identifying training requirements and ensuring only trained, competent and authorised persons are completing assigned tasks and operating equipment and plant.
  • Ensure delivery of briefings including start of shift, method statements, risk assessments and regular toolbox talks covering appropriate health, safety and environmental issues are recorded and understood by your teams.
  • To ensure that works are being undertaken as detailed in the method statement and in accordance with the risk assessment for the task.
  • Assist with working method and outputs for production of method statements and programme.
  • To ensure that permits are received and completed and that controls
  • Ensure accurate, legible, and up to date allocation sheets are recorded and provided at end of shift with delivery tickets and plant returns completed.
  • Keep a full and accurate daily site diary, including any changes / variations, subcontractors’ attendance,and records of work-related discussions with client.
  • Ensure that plant, equipment, and vehicle inspections are carried out, and defects are reported immediately.
  • Interpret and apply engineering drawings.

 

Health & Safety

  • Ensure work activities adhere to health and safety laws and regulations.
  • Ensure that the workplace is organised and planned to minimise or avoid unnecessary manual handling of materials.
  • Ensure that the workplace under your supervision is kept tidy and safe access routes for both plant and people are maintained.
  • Remain aware of the arrangements implemented with other Contractors and Subcontractors to avoid confusion about areas of responsibility
  • Ensure hazardous materials are stored, handled, used and disposed of correctly.
  • Ensure that employees are not required, instructed or permitted to take unnecessary risks, or to undertaken task activities that exceed their capability and capacity.
  • Stop any activity which is considered to be unsafe and only allowing to restart when it is safe to do so.
  • Report all health and safety incidents, including near misses and injuries, immediately, and assist with any incident investigations.
  • Carry out regular safety inspections and implement recommended courses of action as identified from progress monitoring and management inspections.

 

Quality & Environmental

  • Monitor quality standards on site ensuring high standard of works to meet the specification requirements ‘first time’ and minimise rework.
  • Identify and report non-conformances.
  • Comply with environmental legislation and company procedures.
  • Control and monitor site waste.
  • Ensure that dust and other nuisance is kept to a minimum.
  • Report all environmental incidents immediately and assist with any incident investigations.
  • Carry out regular environmental inspections and implement recommended courses of action as identified from progress monitoring and management inspections.

 

Requirements:

 

  • Relevant tertiary qualification.
  • Proven experience working as a Site Supervisor within a utilities environment.
  • Must hold a current UK Driving License.
  • SMSTS (Site Management Safety Training Scheme)
  • Confined Space Trained (Desirable)
  • NRSWA Supervisor (Desirable)

 

Candidate application process:

By applying to this advert (submission of resume), you hereby consent to Futurelink Global Recruitment processing the personal data included within this application, as part of the recruitment process, for the purpose of the advertised vacancy.

Shortlisted candidates will be contacted within 5 days for interview. If not contacted, please consider your application unsuccessful.

Thank you for your interest and efforts.