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Construction Jobs Milton Keynes, Buckinghamshire
Mar 23, 2022
Permanent
Our Client is a leading UK wide Building and Civils main contractor with over 40 years’ experience. They currently require a HSE Advisor (Civils) to join them on a £100m + new road complete with infrastructure As a HSE Advisor you will be responsible for all aspects of delivery of the Company’s Safety, Health and Environmental Management Systems. Reporting to the Group Health & Safety Manager, the Regional SHEQ Advisor will provided support and guidance to our Project Management teams to ensure the health, safety and welfare of all those involved in the project This will include, but not limited to, undertaking audits and inspections, developing operating procedures, preparing reports and statistics, delivering presentations as well as providing advice and guidance to employees and sub-contractors. Key Responsibilities * Undertake regular inspections and audits in keeping with an agreed programme in all operating regions and report accordingly. * Investigate and report on incidents, dangerous occurrences, ill health and near misses. * Prepare and present relevant statistics. * Advise and assist site and office based staff on all aspects of the Company’s Safety, Health and Environmental Management Systems and procedures. * Source, plan and also deliver training to employees as required to recognised/acceptable standards. * Continual promotion of the health and safety ethos and culture at all levels in the Company and with sub-contractors. * Preparation of Construction Phase Health and Safety Plans the site with assistance from site staff. * Respond to tender pre-qualification questionnaires and contribute to quality submissions. * Assess competence of sub-contractors. * Attend and contribute to health and safety meetings at site, regional and Company level. * Liaise with Client bodies and attend meetings as instructed by the Health & Safety Director. * Contribute to and develop appropriate health and safety, as well as environmental initiatives as required by the Health & Safety Director. * Prepare and distribute regular health and safety alerts as required. * Liaise with the Company Insurance Department in respect of insurance claims and related court hearings. * Contribute to the development of operating procedures and other aspects of the Safety, Health and Environmental Management Systems The successful candidate will possess the following essential qualities; * Professionally qualified within SHEQ field (NEBOSH). * Proven track record as an operational HSE Advisor within the Construction industry. * Thorough knowledge of current Health, Safety and Environmental legislation. * Evidence of working knowledge of quality standards, audit procedures and integrated management systems. * Accident and incident investigation experience. * Excellent oral and written communication skills. * Evidence of working effectively within a team. * IT literate. * Civils experience For more information or to discuss in confidence, please contact Stephen Nugent at CSR on (phone number removed). Alternatively, to apply, click on the link below. Crescent Specialist Recruitment (CSR) is an equal opportunities employer and we welcome applications from all sections of the community. Crescent Specialist Recruitment (CSR) operates as both an Employment Agency and Employment Business on behalf of our clients
Construction Jobs Inverness, Highland
Mar 23, 2022
Permanent
Paste your description here.The CSR Group are currently looking for candidates to apply for a Site manager’s job with one of Northern Irelands leading Building and Civil Engineering Contractors to be based on site in Inverness. Candidates must be able to demonstrate a proven track record of success in safe delivery of high quality medium to large scale projects to budget and programme. Relevant previous construction experience in one or more of the following; Large scale commercial, retail, healthcare, education, refurbishment and/or new build Responsibilities · Have an understanding of the type of building contract, and the key project stakeholders e.g. client, client’s representatives, design team etc. · Have a full understanding of the scope of works for each sub-contractor package, and have access to a paper copy of each sub contract order · Liaise with the PM and PQS on works not deemed to be included within the scope of works for the project. · Issue permits for various work activities, and close out accordingly. Have the ability to undertake material/equipment orders, and liaise with the project quantity surveyor. · Provisions/diversion/upgrade/protection works, and be able to manage the process via meetings/dialogue etc. with the relevant utility companies. · Make any necessary applications for permits to the Highways Authority for road openings, location of skips and/or welfare facilities. · Make any necessary applications to utility companies for temporary building water, drainage discharge and electricity connections to welfare facilities · Have an understanding of any off site Highways works, and be able to manage the process via meetings/dialogue etc. with relevant parties. · Raise NCR’s for works undertaken that are of poor quality. · Ensure that sub-contractors compile and issue inspection and test plans (ITP’s) for various works packages, and that these are checked and closed out accordingly. · Compile snagging lists and manage the process for closing out. · Understand their duties and responsibilities with regards to current Health and Safety/CDM legislation, and the responsibilities of other parties, and ensure compliance on each project. · Undertake the role of temporary works coordinator (where applicable). · Ensure labour only sub-contractors have been properly assessed for the tasks they are undertaken and that method statements and risk assessments are in place for them. · Proven ability to manage and control subcontractors in line with the project programme, safety and environmental legislation. · Experience of temporary works procedures · Ability to operate within a team environment · Ability to produce short term programmes Quality focused Leadership skills IT skills Qualifications Essential · CSCS/CSR card · SMSTS qualified · Desirable · First Aid at Work · Professional qualification
Construction Jobs Inverness, Highland
Mar 23, 2022
Permanent
The CSR Group are currently working with one of the leading Building and Civil Engineering Contractors operating throughout the UK and Ireland, based in Northern Ireland, with offices throughout the UK. We are seeking to recruit an experienced Senior Project Manager to lead a team on a prestigious project in the Inverness area, the project is due to commence in 4-6 weeks and we are on the lookout for experienced candidates who will make up the core site based team. Responsibilities · Obtain a full understanding of the contract requirements as contained within the tender documentation. · Have a basic understanding of the key aspects of the project Conditions of Contract. · Obtain a comprehensive understanding of the tender pricing structure and strategy. · Have an understanding of the tender prelims allowance and develop a strategy to work within it. · Ensure that an effective and realistic Procurement Schedule is produced in conjunction with the Project Quantity Surveyor (PQS). · Lead the subcontractor procurement process and ensure that subcontractors are appointed on time. · Ensure that all relevant project correspondence and contractual notices are written and sent to all relevant parties including client, client’s representative, PQS and subcontractors. · Ensure that regular commercial reviews are carried out in relation to all budgetary (cost/value) aspects of the project. • Have a thorough understanding of the CVR process. · Provide guidance, instruction and leadership to the PQS as and when necessary. · Attend subcontractor Pre-Start meetings and play an active role. · Ensure that full detailed records of all site works are kept and maintained on site and identify and promote commercial opportunities in this regard w.r.t. possible contractual claims. · Attend the tender Handover Meeting. · Arrange, chair and lead the Project Start-Up Meeting. Ensure that this is minuted and that allocated actions are dealt with. · On a Design and Build (D&B) project fulfil the role of Design Manager (unless agreed otherwise with Operations Manager) and ensure that the Schedule of Design Function Responsibilities is compiled and agreed. · Review the tender project programme and use this as a basis for producing a Construction programme. Take full ownership of the construction programme and ensure that it is monitored and updated on a regular basis. · Arrange and chair subcontractor Start-Up meetings prior to works commencing on site. · Arrange and chair regular subcontractor progress/coordination meetings. · Ensure that a comprehensive client progress report is produced for the monthly meetings. · Ensure that all actions from client progress meetings are swiftly dealt with. · Ensure that all site management and operatives are sufficiently trained for their roles and identify training needs. · Ensure that all administrative aspects of the project are managed and implemented effectively. · Use own personal expertise and technical/professional knowledge to give advice and direction to others in the delivery of project. · Ensure a positive working relationship with clients. · Ensure high personal levels of professionalism and presentation including appropriate dress code. · Ensure that an effective and regimental snagging process is instigated, administered and concluded. · Ensure that all project correspondence is properly archived at Completion. · Compile an Information Release Schedule which identifies specific timescales for release of all information from designers, clients, statutory bodies and issue to all relevant parties. · Monitor the schedule to ensure that information is made available as required for procurement of subcontractors and construction of the works. · Arrange and chair weekly project review meetings with the team. · Ensure that all appointed subcontractors are suitably experienced and competent in full compliance with the CDM Regulations. · Undertake the role of Temporary Works Coordinator (unless agreed otherwise with Operations Manager). · Ensure full compliance with all aspects of the Temporary Works processes. · Develop the CPHSP and ensure that this is approved by the CDMC prior to works commencing on site. · Ensure that the CPHSP is reviewed and updated on a regular basis to ensure full legislative compliance. · Ensure daily safety briefing/coordination meetings with subcontractors take place. · Be familiar with all relevant H&S legislation and ensure full compliance in this regard. · Be familiar with the Company H&S Policy, individual role responsibilities and ensure full compliance. · Ensure that the Project H&S File / O&M’s / Building Manuals are produced and submitted timeously. · Develop the site quality management plan and ensure full compliance with all processes and procedures contained therein including compilation and completion of ITP’s, RAG reviews and NCR’s. · Ensure specified quality standards are understood within the project team and supply chain and ensure that they are delivered on site. · Ensure that an End of Project Review Meeting is organised
Construction Jobs Inverness, Highland
Mar 23, 2022
Permanent
The CSR Group are currently working with one of the leading Building and Civil Engineering Contractors operating throughout the UK and Ireland. We are seeking to recruit an experienced Project Manager to help lead their site team on an upcoming project in Inverness Responsibilities · Obtain a full understanding of the contract requirements as contained within the tender documentation. · Have a basic understanding of the key aspects of the project Conditions of Contract. · Obtain a comprehensive understanding of the tender pricing structure and strategy. · Have an understanding of the tender prelims allowance and develop a strategy to work within it. · Ensure that an effective and realistic Procurement Schedule is produced in conjunction with the Project Quantity Surveyor (PQS). · Lead the subcontractor procurement process and ensure that subcontractors are appointed on time. · Ensure that all relevant project correspondence and contractual notices are written and sent to all relevant parties including client, client’s representative, PQS and subcontractors. · Ensure that regular commercial reviews are carried out in relation to all budgetary (cost/value) aspects of the project. • Have a thorough understanding of the CVR process. · Provide guidance, instruction and leadership to the PQS as and when necessary. · Attend subcontractor Pre-Start meetings and play an active role. · Ensure that full detailed records of all site works are kept and maintained on site and identify and promote commercial opportunities in this regard w.r.t. possible contractual claims. · Attend the tender Handover Meeting. · Arrange, chair and lead the Project Start-Up Meeting. Ensure that this is minuted and that allocated actions are dealt with. · On a Design and Build (D&B) project fulfil the role of Design Manager (unless agreed otherwise with Operations Manager) and ensure that the Schedule of Design Function Responsibilities is compiled and agreed. · Review the tender project programme and use this as a basis for producing a Construction programme. Take full ownership of the construction programme and ensure that it is monitored and updated on a regular basis. · Arrange and chair subcontractor Start-Up meetings prior to works commencing on site. · Arrange and chair regular subcontractor progress/coordination meetings. · Ensure that a comprehensive client progress report is produced for the monthly meetings. · Ensure that all actions from client progress meetings are swiftly dealt with. · Ensure that all site management and operatives are sufficiently trained for their roles and identify training needs. · Ensure that all administrative aspects of the project are managed and implemented effectively. · Use own personal expertise and technical/professional knowledge to give advice and direction to others in the delivery of project. · Ensure a positive working relationship with clients. · Ensure high personal levels of professionalism and presentation including appropriate dress code. · Ensure that an effective and regimental snagging process is instigated, administered and concluded. · Ensure that all project correspondence is properly archived at Completion. · Compile an Information Release Schedule which identifies specific timescales for release of all information from designers, clients, statutory bodies and issue to all relevant parties. · Monitor the schedule to ensure that information is made available as required for procurement of subcontractors and construction of the works. · Arrange and chair weekly project review meetings with the team. · Ensure that all appointed subcontractors are suitably experienced and competent in full compliance with the CDM Regulations. · Undertake the role of Temporary Works Coordinator (unless agreed otherwise with Operations Manager). · Ensure full compliance with all aspects of the Temporary Works processes. · Develop the CPHSP and ensure that this is approved by the CDMC prior to works commencing on site. · Ensure that the CPHSP is reviewed and updated on a regular basis to ensure full legislative compliance. · Ensure daily safety briefing/coordination meetings with subcontractors take place. · Be familiar with all relevant H&S legislation and ensure full compliance in this regard. · Be familiar with the Company H&S Policy, individual role responsibilities and ensure full compliance. · Ensure that the Project H&S File / O&M’s / Building Manuals are produced and submitted timeously. · Develop the site quality management plan and ensure full compliance with all processes and procedures contained therein including compilation and completion of ITP’s, RAG reviews and NCR’s. · Ensure specified quality standards are understood within the project team and supply chain and ensure that they are delivered on site. · Ensure that an End of Project Review Meeting is organised
Construction Jobs Dounreay, Highland
Mar 23, 2022
Permanent
Our Client is a leading UK wide Building and Civils main contractor with over 40 years’ experience. We are looking to source an enthusiastic and dynamic individual with sound knowledge of construction methods, safety, health and environmental legislation, and processes and procedures. Reporting to the SHE Director and Head of H&S (Civil Engineering), the successful candidate will provide help and advice and provide review and support for improvements to the existing SHE procedures. The post holder should have a proactive and enthusiastic attitude and be able to interact with the site teams, various business units and the Client’s teams to ensure effective relationships are established. This is a significant role within the Company as we continue to endeavour to keep the workforce free from injury and ill health, help the Company meet our agreed objectives and targets, and ensure improvements to our current systems which provide ongoing compliance with current H&S and Environmental legislation This is a permanent role, and the package will be between £45k - £55k + package to include accommodation and more. The SHE Advisor shall: * Provide support, advice, and guidance to the Project Management team on SHE matters * Conduct site health, safety & environmental compliance, and behavioural/ cultural audits * Investigate accidents, incidents, and high potential observations * Assist with and/or deliver relevant training programmes * Deliver induction programmes, tool-box talks and briefings if required * Review relevant company and subcontractor’s paperwork, including existing procedures and forms * Prepare information for regular site bulletins * Prepare legislation updates and advisory memos for the site management team and operatives * Assist in the preparation and updating of construction phase plans, method statements and risk assessments * Assist in the preparation and updating of environment management plans and site waste management plans * Be instrumental in encouraging observation reporting * Attend and represent the company at relevant industry forums * Lead by example In addition, from time to time the post holder may be required to: * Assist with responses to PQQ, Bid, and tender questions, and * Assist with applications for waste exemptions, consents, licences, etc Essential candidate criteria * Formal H&S qualification e.g. NEBOSH General Certificate / Construction Certificate as a minimum * Holder of CSCS / CSR / Safepass card or proven equivalent * Preferably a member of a professional association (IOSH/ IIRSM/ APS or equivalent at Grad or Associate as a minimum) * Demonstrable knowledge of relevant Health & Safety legislation for the region * Sound understanding of construction processes – especially civil engineering * Minimum of three years’ dedicated H&S experience in construction or construction related discipline * Preferably a formal Environmental qualification e.g. IEMA or equivalent * Understanding of environmental legislation for the region * Demonstrate strong communication, numeracy and literacy skill * Awareness and familiarisation with the relevant management standards (18001 / 14001/ HSG65 / etc) * Good working knowledge of Microsoft packages such as Outlook, Word and Excel * Awareness of behavioural safety approaches to successful H&S management For more information or to discuss in confidence, please contact Stephen Nugent at CSR on (phone number removed). Alternatively, to apply, click on the link below. Crescent Specialist Recruitment (CSR) is an equal opportunities employer and we welcome applications from all sections of the community. Crescent Specialist Recruitment (CSR) operates as both an Employment Agency and Employment Business on behalf of our clients
Construction Jobs Milton Keynes, Buckinghamshire
Mar 23, 2022
Permanent
Our Client is a leading UK wide Building and Civils main contractor with over 40 years’ experience. They currently require a HSE Advisor (Civils) to join them on a £100m + new road complete with infrastructure As a HSE Advisor you will be responsible for all aspects of delivery of the Company’s Safety, Health and Environmental Management Systems. Reporting to the Group Health & Safety Manager, the Regional SHEQ Advisor will provided support and guidance to our Project Management teams to ensure the health, safety and welfare of all those involved in the project This will include, but not limited to, undertaking audits and inspections, developing operating procedures, preparing reports and statistics, delivering presentations as well as providing advice and guidance to employees and sub-contractors. Key Responsibilities * Undertake regular inspections and audits in keeping with an agreed programme in all operating regions and report accordingly. * Investigate and report on incidents, dangerous occurrences, ill health and near misses. * Prepare and present relevant statistics. * Advise and assist site and office based staff on all aspects of the Company’s Safety, Health and Environmental Management Systems and procedures. * Source, plan and also deliver training to employees as required to recognised/acceptable standards. * Continual promotion of the health and safety ethos and culture at all levels in the Company and with sub-contractors. * Preparation of Construction Phase Health and Safety Plans the site with assistance from site staff. * Respond to tender pre-qualification questionnaires and contribute to quality submissions. * Assess competence of sub-contractors. * Attend and contribute to health and safety meetings at site, regional and Company level. * Liaise with Client bodies and attend meetings as instructed by the Health & Safety Director. * Contribute to and develop appropriate health and safety, as well as environmental initiatives as required by the Health & Safety Director. * Prepare and distribute regular health and safety alerts as required. * Liaise with the Company Insurance Department in respect of insurance claims and related court hearings. * Contribute to the development of operating procedures and other aspects of the Safety, Health and Environmental Management Systems The successful candidate will possess the following essential qualities; * Professionally qualified within SHEQ field (NEBOSH). * Proven track record as an operational HSE Advisor within the Construction industry. * Thorough knowledge of current Health, Safety and Environmental legislation. * Evidence of working knowledge of quality standards, audit procedures and integrated management systems. * Accident and incident investigation experience. * Excellent oral and written communication skills. * Evidence of working effectively within a team. * IT literate. * Civils experience For more information or to discuss in confidence, please contact Stephen Nugent at CSR on (phone number removed). Alternatively, to apply, click on the link below. Crescent Specialist Recruitment (CSR) is an equal opportunities employer and we welcome applications from all sections of the community. Crescent Specialist Recruitment (CSR) operates as both an Employment Agency and Employment Business on behalf of our clients
Construction Jobs Inverness, Highland
Mar 23, 2022
Permanent
Paste your description here.The CSR Group are currently looking for candidates to apply for a Site manager’s job with one of Northern Irelands leading Building and Civil Engineering Contractors to be based on site in Inverness. Candidates must be able to demonstrate a proven track record of success in safe delivery of high quality medium to large scale projects to budget and programme. Relevant previous construction experience in one or more of the following; Large scale commercial, retail, healthcare, education, refurbishment and/or new build Responsibilities · Have an understanding of the type of building contract, and the key project stakeholders e.g. client, client’s representatives, design team etc. · Have a full understanding of the scope of works for each sub-contractor package, and have access to a paper copy of each sub contract order · Liaise with the PM and PQS on works not deemed to be included within the scope of works for the project. · Issue permits for various work activities, and close out accordingly. Have the ability to undertake material/equipment orders, and liaise with the project quantity surveyor. · Provisions/diversion/upgrade/protection works, and be able to manage the process via meetings/dialogue etc. with the relevant utility companies. · Make any necessary applications for permits to the Highways Authority for road openings, location of skips and/or welfare facilities. · Make any necessary applications to utility companies for temporary building water, drainage discharge and electricity connections to welfare facilities · Have an understanding of any off site Highways works, and be able to manage the process via meetings/dialogue etc. with relevant parties. · Raise NCR’s for works undertaken that are of poor quality. · Ensure that sub-contractors compile and issue inspection and test plans (ITP’s) for various works packages, and that these are checked and closed out accordingly. · Compile snagging lists and manage the process for closing out. · Understand their duties and responsibilities with regards to current Health and Safety/CDM legislation, and the responsibilities of other parties, and ensure compliance on each project. · Undertake the role of temporary works coordinator (where applicable). · Ensure labour only sub-contractors have been properly assessed for the tasks they are undertaken and that method statements and risk assessments are in place for them. · Proven ability to manage and control subcontractors in line with the project programme, safety and environmental legislation. · Experience of temporary works procedures · Ability to operate within a team environment · Ability to produce short term programmes Quality focused Leadership skills IT skills Qualifications Essential · CSCS/CSR card · SMSTS qualified · Desirable · First Aid at Work · Professional qualification
Construction Jobs Inverness, Highland
Mar 23, 2022
Permanent
The CSR Group are currently working with one of the leading Building and Civil Engineering Contractors operating throughout the UK and Ireland, based in Northern Ireland, with offices throughout the UK. We are seeking to recruit an experienced Senior Project Manager to lead a team on a prestigious project in the Inverness area, the project is due to commence in 4-6 weeks and we are on the lookout for experienced candidates who will make up the core site based team. Responsibilities · Obtain a full understanding of the contract requirements as contained within the tender documentation. · Have a basic understanding of the key aspects of the project Conditions of Contract. · Obtain a comprehensive understanding of the tender pricing structure and strategy. · Have an understanding of the tender prelims allowance and develop a strategy to work within it. · Ensure that an effective and realistic Procurement Schedule is produced in conjunction with the Project Quantity Surveyor (PQS). · Lead the subcontractor procurement process and ensure that subcontractors are appointed on time. · Ensure that all relevant project correspondence and contractual notices are written and sent to all relevant parties including client, client’s representative, PQS and subcontractors. · Ensure that regular commercial reviews are carried out in relation to all budgetary (cost/value) aspects of the project. • Have a thorough understanding of the CVR process. · Provide guidance, instruction and leadership to the PQS as and when necessary. · Attend subcontractor Pre-Start meetings and play an active role. · Ensure that full detailed records of all site works are kept and maintained on site and identify and promote commercial opportunities in this regard w.r.t. possible contractual claims. · Attend the tender Handover Meeting. · Arrange, chair and lead the Project Start-Up Meeting. Ensure that this is minuted and that allocated actions are dealt with. · On a Design and Build (D&B) project fulfil the role of Design Manager (unless agreed otherwise with Operations Manager) and ensure that the Schedule of Design Function Responsibilities is compiled and agreed. · Review the tender project programme and use this as a basis for producing a Construction programme. Take full ownership of the construction programme and ensure that it is monitored and updated on a regular basis. · Arrange and chair subcontractor Start-Up meetings prior to works commencing on site. · Arrange and chair regular subcontractor progress/coordination meetings. · Ensure that a comprehensive client progress report is produced for the monthly meetings. · Ensure that all actions from client progress meetings are swiftly dealt with. · Ensure that all site management and operatives are sufficiently trained for their roles and identify training needs. · Ensure that all administrative aspects of the project are managed and implemented effectively. · Use own personal expertise and technical/professional knowledge to give advice and direction to others in the delivery of project. · Ensure a positive working relationship with clients. · Ensure high personal levels of professionalism and presentation including appropriate dress code. · Ensure that an effective and regimental snagging process is instigated, administered and concluded. · Ensure that all project correspondence is properly archived at Completion. · Compile an Information Release Schedule which identifies specific timescales for release of all information from designers, clients, statutory bodies and issue to all relevant parties. · Monitor the schedule to ensure that information is made available as required for procurement of subcontractors and construction of the works. · Arrange and chair weekly project review meetings with the team. · Ensure that all appointed subcontractors are suitably experienced and competent in full compliance with the CDM Regulations. · Undertake the role of Temporary Works Coordinator (unless agreed otherwise with Operations Manager). · Ensure full compliance with all aspects of the Temporary Works processes. · Develop the CPHSP and ensure that this is approved by the CDMC prior to works commencing on site. · Ensure that the CPHSP is reviewed and updated on a regular basis to ensure full legislative compliance. · Ensure daily safety briefing/coordination meetings with subcontractors take place. · Be familiar with all relevant H&S legislation and ensure full compliance in this regard. · Be familiar with the Company H&S Policy, individual role responsibilities and ensure full compliance. · Ensure that the Project H&S File / O&M’s / Building Manuals are produced and submitted timeously. · Develop the site quality management plan and ensure full compliance with all processes and procedures contained therein including compilation and completion of ITP’s, RAG reviews and NCR’s. · Ensure specified quality standards are understood within the project team and supply chain and ensure that they are delivered on site. · Ensure that an End of Project Review Meeting is organised
Construction Jobs Inverness, Highland
Mar 23, 2022
Permanent
The CSR Group are currently working with one of the leading Building and Civil Engineering Contractors operating throughout the UK and Ireland. We are seeking to recruit an experienced Project Manager to help lead their site team on an upcoming project in Inverness Responsibilities · Obtain a full understanding of the contract requirements as contained within the tender documentation. · Have a basic understanding of the key aspects of the project Conditions of Contract. · Obtain a comprehensive understanding of the tender pricing structure and strategy. · Have an understanding of the tender prelims allowance and develop a strategy to work within it. · Ensure that an effective and realistic Procurement Schedule is produced in conjunction with the Project Quantity Surveyor (PQS). · Lead the subcontractor procurement process and ensure that subcontractors are appointed on time. · Ensure that all relevant project correspondence and contractual notices are written and sent to all relevant parties including client, client’s representative, PQS and subcontractors. · Ensure that regular commercial reviews are carried out in relation to all budgetary (cost/value) aspects of the project. • Have a thorough understanding of the CVR process. · Provide guidance, instruction and leadership to the PQS as and when necessary. · Attend subcontractor Pre-Start meetings and play an active role. · Ensure that full detailed records of all site works are kept and maintained on site and identify and promote commercial opportunities in this regard w.r.t. possible contractual claims. · Attend the tender Handover Meeting. · Arrange, chair and lead the Project Start-Up Meeting. Ensure that this is minuted and that allocated actions are dealt with. · On a Design and Build (D&B) project fulfil the role of Design Manager (unless agreed otherwise with Operations Manager) and ensure that the Schedule of Design Function Responsibilities is compiled and agreed. · Review the tender project programme and use this as a basis for producing a Construction programme. Take full ownership of the construction programme and ensure that it is monitored and updated on a regular basis. · Arrange and chair subcontractor Start-Up meetings prior to works commencing on site. · Arrange and chair regular subcontractor progress/coordination meetings. · Ensure that a comprehensive client progress report is produced for the monthly meetings. · Ensure that all actions from client progress meetings are swiftly dealt with. · Ensure that all site management and operatives are sufficiently trained for their roles and identify training needs. · Ensure that all administrative aspects of the project are managed and implemented effectively. · Use own personal expertise and technical/professional knowledge to give advice and direction to others in the delivery of project. · Ensure a positive working relationship with clients. · Ensure high personal levels of professionalism and presentation including appropriate dress code. · Ensure that an effective and regimental snagging process is instigated, administered and concluded. · Ensure that all project correspondence is properly archived at Completion. · Compile an Information Release Schedule which identifies specific timescales for release of all information from designers, clients, statutory bodies and issue to all relevant parties. · Monitor the schedule to ensure that information is made available as required for procurement of subcontractors and construction of the works. · Arrange and chair weekly project review meetings with the team. · Ensure that all appointed subcontractors are suitably experienced and competent in full compliance with the CDM Regulations. · Undertake the role of Temporary Works Coordinator (unless agreed otherwise with Operations Manager). · Ensure full compliance with all aspects of the Temporary Works processes. · Develop the CPHSP and ensure that this is approved by the CDMC prior to works commencing on site. · Ensure that the CPHSP is reviewed and updated on a regular basis to ensure full legislative compliance. · Ensure daily safety briefing/coordination meetings with subcontractors take place. · Be familiar with all relevant H&S legislation and ensure full compliance in this regard. · Be familiar with the Company H&S Policy, individual role responsibilities and ensure full compliance. · Ensure that the Project H&S File / O&M’s / Building Manuals are produced and submitted timeously. · Develop the site quality management plan and ensure full compliance with all processes and procedures contained therein including compilation and completion of ITP’s, RAG reviews and NCR’s. · Ensure specified quality standards are understood within the project team and supply chain and ensure that they are delivered on site. · Ensure that an End of Project Review Meeting is organised
Construction Jobs Dounreay, Highland
Mar 23, 2022
Permanent
Our Client is a leading UK wide Building and Civils main contractor with over 40 years’ experience. We are looking to source an enthusiastic and dynamic individual with sound knowledge of construction methods, safety, health and environmental legislation, and processes and procedures. Reporting to the SHE Director and Head of H&S (Civil Engineering), the successful candidate will provide help and advice and provide review and support for improvements to the existing SHE procedures. The post holder should have a proactive and enthusiastic attitude and be able to interact with the site teams, various business units and the Client’s teams to ensure effective relationships are established. This is a significant role within the Company as we continue to endeavour to keep the workforce free from injury and ill health, help the Company meet our agreed objectives and targets, and ensure improvements to our current systems which provide ongoing compliance with current H&S and Environmental legislation This is a permanent role, and the package will be between £45k - £55k + package to include accommodation and more. The SHE Advisor shall: * Provide support, advice, and guidance to the Project Management team on SHE matters * Conduct site health, safety & environmental compliance, and behavioural/ cultural audits * Investigate accidents, incidents, and high potential observations * Assist with and/or deliver relevant training programmes * Deliver induction programmes, tool-box talks and briefings if required * Review relevant company and subcontractor’s paperwork, including existing procedures and forms * Prepare information for regular site bulletins * Prepare legislation updates and advisory memos for the site management team and operatives * Assist in the preparation and updating of construction phase plans, method statements and risk assessments * Assist in the preparation and updating of environment management plans and site waste management plans * Be instrumental in encouraging observation reporting * Attend and represent the company at relevant industry forums * Lead by example In addition, from time to time the post holder may be required to: * Assist with responses to PQQ, Bid, and tender questions, and * Assist with applications for waste exemptions, consents, licences, etc Essential candidate criteria * Formal H&S qualification e.g. NEBOSH General Certificate / Construction Certificate as a minimum * Holder of CSCS / CSR / Safepass card or proven equivalent * Preferably a member of a professional association (IOSH/ IIRSM/ APS or equivalent at Grad or Associate as a minimum) * Demonstrable knowledge of relevant Health & Safety legislation for the region * Sound understanding of construction processes – especially civil engineering * Minimum of three years’ dedicated H&S experience in construction or construction related discipline * Preferably a formal Environmental qualification e.g. IEMA or equivalent * Understanding of environmental legislation for the region * Demonstrate strong communication, numeracy and literacy skill * Awareness and familiarisation with the relevant management standards (18001 / 14001/ HSG65 / etc) * Good working knowledge of Microsoft packages such as Outlook, Word and Excel * Awareness of behavioural safety approaches to successful H&S management For more information or to discuss in confidence, please contact Stephen Nugent at CSR on (phone number removed). Alternatively, to apply, click on the link below. Crescent Specialist Recruitment (CSR) is an equal opportunities employer and we welcome applications from all sections of the community. Crescent Specialist Recruitment (CSR) operates as both an Employment Agency and Employment Business on behalf of our clients
Construction Jobs Swindon, Wiltshire
Jan 21, 2022
Permanent
Are you an experienced Site Manager in the South East with either an Electrical or Mechanical bias? One of the leading Building and Civils contractors in the UK and Ireland is seeking to appoint a manager for locations in Bristol, Oxford and other sites in the area. They operate in various sectors including healthcare, education, industrial, retail, sporting venues, transport infrastructure, environmental improvements, marine, commercial, residential and leisure. Working here you will benefit from structured career development, this is a company who pride themselves in the delivery of an extensive training programme to help people achieve their full potential. Successful applicants will be experienced in safe delivery of high quality medium to large scale projects to budget and programme. Duties will include safety, health, environmental, quality, programme, resource, with some knowledge of commercial and contractual aspects. The company intends to develop their Site Managers into competent Building Services Managers, so this an exciting opportunity for those who wish to progress their career. Therefore don't delay, click on apply to get the process started today
Construction Jobs Glasgow, Glasgow City
Aug 14, 2020
Permanent
Facades Manager CSR group is looking for an experienced Facades Manager to oversee a large project in Glasgow City Centre. The company is one of Northern Ireland’s largest Construction Companies who have excelled in all sectors of the industry. They have delivered high quality projects all over the UK and Ireland Excellent packages available including flights and accommodation The Role · Maintaining the highest of health and safety standards at all times. · Working closely with the Project Manager. · Management of sub-contractors, installers, labourers etc. · Recording of site diaries · Attending all relevant meetings · Responsible for the highest quality of work, on time and within budget The Person · 5 years’ previous experience in a similar position. · Excellent communication skills · Main Contracting experience · Large Commercial Projects experience £8million + · Trade Qualification or Construction related qualification · Ability to work to tight deadlines
Construction Jobs Bristol, City of Bristol
Aug 14, 2020
Permanent
CSR CONSTRUCTION Site Manager – Hotel Fit Out CSR Construction is recruiting for one of the largest building contractors in Ireland who do workout throughout the UK. The company has the need for an Site Manager to oversee the fit out works on a large scale hotel development in Bristol. The Manager will be highly motivated and be able to work in a busy, pressured environment and have proven experiences working to tight deadlines. The Manager is required to have experience large scale commercial projects from start to handover. A Hotel background would also be an advantage. This is an excellent permanent opportunity, working with one of Irelands leading contractors on a high profile project. The company is a dynamic, forward thinking design and build main contractor operating throughout the high rise residential and commercial markets. Flights and accommodation provided working a 10 day on 4 day off rotation. Responsibilities: * Finishing internal building in accordance with the programme. * Understanding the finishing sequence and organizing labour and materials to deliver in accordance with the programme. * Ensure material & plant stock is sufficient going forward, this includes construction materials, welfare, H&S etc. * Liaise with various subcontractors on a daily basis * Chase materials that have not been delivered to site to ensure they are delivered promptly * Ensure sufficient labour resources are on-site to complete the works while not straining our labour forecast. * Resolve day to day issue's onsite in a timely, amicable and efficient manner to ensure the programme is maintained. * Motivate and encourage labour to work efficiently throughout the day. * Plan works accordingly to tie in line with the programme. * Organise works in accordance with all Health and Safety guidelines. * QA all tradesmen work in a systematic way to ensure quality is maintained at all times. * Ensure that work is built in accordance with the latest construction issue drawings. * Snag units on a daily basis and issue snag & qa sheets to the relevant subcontractor on a daily basis
Construction Jobs Loughborough, Leicestershire
Aug 07, 2020
Permanent
Our Client, a UK wide, NI based leading Building and Civil engineering contractor, are currently looking to employ an experienced and ambitious Health & Safety Manager on site in loughborough Project Value £40million Reinforced concrete commercial build Good competitive packages available for the right candidates £35 -45K DOE The Health & Safety Manager reports directly to the SHEQ Director and will liaise with the Project Manager and site team and is responsible for advising on overall compliance in matters of Health & Safety on site in accordance with Company policy and relevant statutory provisions. The Health & Safety Manager must lead by example and serve as a role model in mobilising the team and ensuring the highest standards of health & safety are adopted throughout. Principle Duties · Conducting regular, formal site audits and carrying out inspections as directed in the Safety Management System; · Ensuring that record of statutory inspections are kept for all activities and plant equipment; · Delivering and completing statutory notifications to the Health & Safety Authority for the project and all incident / accident reporting and to conduct inspector site visits as required by the Health & Safety Authority; · Delivering Health & Safety induction programmes for new employees or contractors working on site; · Managing and making recommendations for Personal Protection Equipment required for the Client’s Employees; · Assisting Site Management in compiling cost records and forecasts for all issues associated with Health & Safety including, but not limited to, contra charges, training, purchases, etc; · Organising and chairing the Safety Meetings for the client and Sub-Contractors personnel; · Ensuring sub-contractor safety statements and required Method statements are available on site and assess sub-contractor statements and method statements, assisting where required; · Advising / assisting Site Management in drafting and communicating Method Statements; · Compiling, updating and communication site Emergency Plans · Conducting preliminary accident investigations and statutory notifications, while keeping the SHEQ Director and Site Manager updated; · Making sure First Aiders are available, that an adequate quantity of First Aid supplies is in stock and that all relevant Certs are updated; · Collecting and collating relevant information for inclusion in the Safety File and preparing for handover to the Client at the end of the project. Skills/Qualifications · Health and Safety Cert, Diploma or Degree is essential (NEBOSH) · With 3+ years’ experience in the construction industry. · Previous experience managing safety on a similar project · Excellent communication, leadership, training and presentation skills. This is an exciting opportunity to gain invaluable experience with a UK wide contractor on a multi-million pound project. It is vital that you are committed to a site based role
Construction Jobs London
Aug 07, 2020
CSR Construction is delighted to be working with one of Northern Ireland's leading building contractors, who have secured a new project in London running for 18 months. This £26million multi storey steel frame and concrete block structure is a prestigious project and one of two running concurrently. The construction company is looking to appoint an experienced HSEQ Officer to take control of the day to day site based safety of the site and aid the HSEQ Manager in the completion of the job. Excellent salary and package on offer £40-50k Criteria * NEBOSH or equivalent * 3 - 4 Years' experience in a similar role * Sound knowledge of general construction safety systems * Excellent communication skills * Good Health & Safety awareness, RAMS and Audit experience * Demonstrable Multi-storey construction experience with project history evidence £15million + Duties * Reporting to the HSEQ Manager * Working closely with Sub – Contractors * Managing safety systems on site * Keep detailed records and provide reports to Site Teams
Construction Jobs London
Aug 07, 2020
CSR Construction is delighted to be working with one of Northern Ireland's leading building contractors, who have secured a new project in London running for 18 months. This £26million multi storey steel frame and concrete block structure is a prestigious project and one of two running concurrently. The construction company is looking to appoint an experienced Foreman/Site Manager to take control of the day to day running of the site and aid the Project Manager in the completion of the job. Excellent salary and package on offer £45-55k (potentially higher depending on experience) Criteria * Site Management Safety Pass/Supervisors Pass * 3 - 4 Years' experience as a Site Foreman / Manager * Sound knowledge of general construction * Excellent communication skills * Good Health & Safety awareness * Demonstrable Multi-storey construction experience with project history evidence £15million + Duties * Reporting to the Project Manager * Oversee different stages of the build * Working closely with Sub - Contractors * Keep detailed records and provide reports to PM
Construction Jobs London
Jul 14, 2020
Permanent
£100K + Bonus Scheme, Car or Allowance, Flights Weekly, Accommodation & Living Allowance CSR Construction has a requirement for an Experienced Project Manager to oversee the build of a £25M New Build and Refurbishment Project. The Contractor is one of Ireland's leading specialist companies and has major projects live throughout Ireland and the United Kingdom. The multi-skilled organisation prides itself on delivering high quality projects to their clients, whilst providing a rewarding work environment for the employees. The development is a £25M Educational project. The project will involve small scale demolition works, reinforced concrete framed structure, refurbishment of existent structures both internally and externally and high spec finishes. The Contractor requires a Senior Project Manager who will have sole responsibility for the project and who can effectively organise the project from the initial stages and bring it through to completion. Duties include managing the design team, working with the client and coordinate site teams. Requirements * Extensive main contracting background is essential * Previous demonstrable £20M+ project experience * Ability to work on own initiative * Strong team building skills * Technical and practical knowledge of the building industry important * Advance knowledge of MS Office, Excel, Powerpoint and industry specific software * Strong budgeting and financial management skills * Excellent written and oral presentation skills Responsibilities * Ability to deliver project on time and to perfection * Produce accurate, consistent and professional records, reports and general information * Manage and motivate site teams * Ensuring that end product meets customers expectation in relation to build and finish * Organise and coordinate labour * Produce reports on job progress * Reporting to Construction & Financial Director * All Health & Safety and other regulatory matters
Construction Jobs Glasgow, Glasgow City
Jun 30, 2020
Permanent
Senior Site Engineer £50million + RC Frame Scotland CSR Construction is recruiting on the behalf of one of Northern Ireland's leading building and civil engineering construction companies. The contractor requires a degree qualified Engineer with 4-5+ years' experience working on commercial builds. Experience required in Steel Frame, Reinforced Concrete Frame, Piling and underground basements. Flights and accommodation provided working a 10 day on 4 day off rotation. Good packages available. Criteria * HND / Degree Qualification in Engineering * Minimum 4-5 years' experience as a Site Engineer * Site Safety Pass * Detailed project list for work history, with values * Experience managing a team of engineers Duties * Reporting to the Project Manager * Responsibility for all day to day construction related issues * Responsible for all quality and programming on site * Maintaining an exceptional high standard of health and safety * Maintain continuous professional development to ensure appropriate technical awareness * Manage sub-contractors and involvement with meetings
Construction Jobs London
Jun 30, 2020
Permanent
In this site based role, you will assist the H&S Manager in implementing all Health & Safety procedures. You will carry out audits of sites, work equipment and tasks to determine whether work is being carried out in accordance with Company Policy. You will also prepare reports, making recommendations for actions and highlight areas for improvement. You will ensure that all team members are aware of their statutory duties and responsibilities and provide advice for them when required. You will also mentor and coach the team on all H&S issues. You will deliver induction training, daily activity briefings and toolbox talks where required. You will also assist in the implementation and promotion of Health, Safety & Well-Being campaigns. This is a site based role. Skills & Qualifications NEBOSH Certificate (or equivalent qualification) is essential Technician membership of IOSH or similar is required Recent proven experience of working in a health and safety role at a similar level and bringing about culture change within an organisation Experience in training, coaching and mentoring to develop health and safety knowledge and expertise Recent proven experience of working in a health and safety role at a similar level and bringing about culture change within an organisation A comprehensive knowledge and understanding of all aspects of health, safety and risk management. A comprehensive knowledge of current health and safety legislation, management and standards Ability to interpret and provide authoritative advice on health and safety and risk management issues Knowledge of workplace well-being initiatives and how they add value to an organisation Experience in completing health and safety management audits against ISO 45001 and implementing action plans to meet audit findings
Construction Jobs Manchester, Greater Manchester
Apr 26, 2020
Permanent
Our Client, a UK wide, NI based leading Building and Civil engineering contractor, are currently looking to employ an experienced and ambitious Health & Safety Manager on site in Manchester Project Value £45million Reinforced concrete commercial build Good competitive packages available for the right candidates £35 -45K DOE The Health & Safety Manager reports directly to the SHEQ Director and will liaise with the Project Manager and site team and is responsible for advising on overall compliance in matters of Health & Safety on site in accordance with Company policy and relevant statutory provisions. The Health & Safety Manager must lead by example and serve as a role model in mobilising the team and ensuring the highest standards of health & safety are adopted throughout. Principle Duties · Conducting regular, formal site audits and carrying out inspections as directed in the Safety Management System; · Ensuring that record of statutory inspections are kept for all activities and plant equipment; · Delivering and completing statutory notifications to the Health & Safety Authority for the project and all incident / accident reporting and to conduct inspector site visits as required by the Health & Safety Authority; · Delivering Health & Safety induction programmes for new employees or contractors working on site; · Managing and making recommendations for Personal Protection Equipment required for the Client’s Employees; · Assisting Site Management in compiling cost records and forecasts for all issues associated with Health & Safety including, but not limited to, contra charges, training, purchases, etc; · Organising and chairing the Safety Meetings for the client and Sub-Contractors personnel; · Ensuring sub-contractor safety statements and required Method statements are available on site and assess sub-contractor statements and method statements, assisting where required; · Advising / assisting Site Management in drafting and communicating Method Statements; · Compiling, updating and communication site Emergency Plans · Conducting preliminary accident investigations and statutory notifications, while keeping the SHEQ Director and Site Manager updated; · Making sure First Aiders are available, that an adequate quantity of First Aid supplies is in stock and that all relevant Certs are updated; · Collecting and collating relevant information for inclusion in the Safety File and preparing for handover to the Client at the end of the project. Skills/Qualifications · Health and Safety Cert, Diploma or Degree is essential (NEBOSH) · With 2/3+ years’ experience in the construction industry. · Previous experience managing safety on a similar project · Excellent communication, leadership, training and presentation skills. This is an exciting opportunity to gain invaluable experience with a UK wide contractor on a multi-million pound project. It is vital that you are committed to a site based role