Summary:A new opportunity has arisen for a Senior Temporary Works Engineer to join a leading energy solutions company. You will be required to support the New Build/Regeneration side of the business to ensure that temporary works are effectively planned, designed, and implemented. The role will be at a supervisor’s level, working with project teams and contractors. The ideal applicant will have previous experience of designing and checking temporary works as well as good knowledge of the relevant design codes and standards. If this sounds like you apply today!
- Provide guidance & advice on compliance with statutory requirements/engineering solutions
- Designing and preparing design drawings and specifications for a range of temporary works.
- Checking and signing off temporary works on site and completing relevant permits
- Assist with the appointment of contractors and provide onsite and verification inspections.
- Proactively working with operational teams during the project lifecycle
- Assisting the business with implementation of the ISO and OHSAS relevant standards
- Highlighting areas where poor practice and/or significant risk have occurred
- Investigating incidents and producing detailed factual reports
- Assisting the SHEQ department and liaise with enforcing authorities as necessary
- Working on the development/implementation of divisional level strategies for improvement
- Keeping up to date with new legislation and best practices in the industry
Skills and experience required:
- A relevant civil or structural engineering degree.
- Membership of a relevant professional body e.g., MICE & a valid CSCS card
- Experience of designing and checking temporary works e.g., propping, falsework scaffolding
- Knowledge of the relevant design codes and standards applicable to temporary works.
- Good understanding of geotechnical issues and design.
- Experience of using IT solutions for preparing and checking designs.
- Experienced in the use of AutoCAD
- Good at developing relationships at all levels of the management structure
- An analytical approach