About the role
To undertake Site Engineering control and implementation of works on site, including monitoring and reporting of progress.
What you'll be doing
Health Safety & Environmental
Production of Task Briefing Sheets
Contribution to production of Permit to Dig, including briefing to the workforce
Carries out associated briefings
Carries out Safety Inspections
Hazard Identification and contribution to development of SSoW
Setting out from primary control provided by others
The provision of sketches detailing the setting out information installed
Maintain survey equipment including registers of equipment and testing regimes.
Ability to read and determine information from drawings, schedules and specification.
Production of as – built drawings & records for every element of the works involved in.
Completion of Quality Check Sheets and production of information for Handover Documentation
Maintaining accurate records – Daily Diary, photographs, records of site discussions
Measures actual materials used and reconciles with theoretical measure
Works to Weekly Programme – drafted by others - and marks up progress achieved weekly.
Contributes to collection of data for Key Performance Indicators, including reasons for difference
Production of accurate daily diary of resources, including labour, plant, materials, subcontractors and outputs.
Produces weekly measure. Take offs and schedules materials accurately
Understands what is classified as additional work and understands how to record this.
Familiar with actual resourcing levels versus budget and reporting of reasons for difference.
Who we're looking for
The following qualities/experience are essential:
Able to clearly communicate the requirements of a safe system of work to ensure that these are followed accurately.
Capable of taking ownership of tasks and communicating outcomes.
Strong work ethic with flexibility to work unsociable hours/nights.
Able to work on own initiative and seek out opportunities in line with level of responsibility.
Holds a current driving license and CSCS Card.
Has recent relevant rail experience
Must be a good team player, with developed communication skills.
Health Safety & Environmental
Understands Permit to Dig System, to suit appointment as Authorised Engineer for Permit issue
Setting out techniques – ability to use level & EDM, plus GPS
Able to report issues with control and information provided.
Reads and understands drawings and schedules
Understands Activity Control Plans and production of resultant information for handover file.
Strong understanding of construction tolerances
Awareness and use of Specification and other Contract documents
Able to produce detailed documentation for handover of completed works
Able to take off and schedule material quantities accurately
Knowledge of specification and contract documents
Understands what constitutes additional works
The following qualities/experience are desirable:
Leadership skills emerging.
Targeting progression of professional accreditation (e.g. ICE, IHT)
Why work for us
Balfour Beatty VINCI is responsible for designing and building part of the most exciting and challenging railway project in Europe: HS2.
We are building the West Midlands section of HS2’s Phase One route, spanning approximately 90km from Long Itchington in Warwickshire to the centre of Birmingham and on to Handsacre in Staffordshire. We will be employing thousands of people in the area to design and build the civil infrastructure for HS2 through the West Midlands area and are looking for a wide range of experts to join the team and support this unique, ground breaking project.
We value diversity and celebrate individual differences, believing that our inclusive culture helps the business continue to grow as a strong, dynamic and innovative organisation.
You could help us build that civil infrastructure:
42 viaducts totaling over 11km, 66 over-bridges;
More than 35 cuttings reaching over 30km;
56 culverts and other under-bridges;
66 embankments reaching over 33km;
Building four motorway crossings requiring box structures and six interfaces with the existing rail requiring both dive-under and over-bridge structures.
Balfour Beatty Vinci is a long established joint venture between two global leaders in the delivery of critical infrastructure. Working together for over 30 years, we have been successful in delivering a number of significant infrastructures creating unrivaled expertise and capability across rail, highways and aviation sectors in the UK and beyond. In 2008, we announced our formal alliance with the aim of delivering modern and innovative solutions to the UK's infrastructure needs. Since then, our collaboration has gone from strength to strength. We've successfully bid and delivered a number of key projects for Crossrail and Highways England Smart Motorways Programme. Balfour Beatty VINCI is a powerhouse for critical infrastructure. Our partnership - between two of the world's largest construction companies - creates unrivaled expertise and capability across rail, highways and aviation sectors in the UK and beyond.
Job Reference: BBV00160