I’m working with a leading, reputable developer and Principal Contractor looking for an experienced Temporary Works Coordinator. You will be from a design or engineering background, with demonstrable experience in managing Temporary Works on large-scale, multi-phase construction developments.
Reporting into the Head of H&S, you will be:
• Coordinating all Temporary Works (TW) activities ready for construction to meet project requirements
• Programming and planning the temporary works to govern the priorities for temporary works designs
• Advising the permanent works (PW) designer of proposed construction methods and advising on buildability
• Reviewing method statement and work plans and other construction documents
• Monitoring the TW design of the supply chain and reporting on progress, provide information and ensure coordination between all parties
• Ensure the residual risks identified by the permanent and temporary works designer are addresses in accordance with CDM2015 and ensure that a CDM Design Risk Register is maintained
• Ensure temporary works schemes comply with Works Information Contract Requirements Technical (CRT), Technical Standards
This is an integral position within a dynamic construction delivery team and you will be a driven character who looks to drive excellence within Temporary Works and Planning. You will also have:
• Previous experience as a Temporary works Coordinator on projects of similar scale and complexity
• A degree/diploma in a design or engineering discipline (ESSENTIAL)
• Knowledge of technical standards and approval processes is desirable
• Good practical knowledge of BS5975: 2019
• Working knowledge of CDM 2015 Regulations the Designer and principal Contractor’s role would be beneficial
This is an excellent opportunity to join a reputable contractor and a dynamic HSEQ team. They offer a very competitive salary of between £65-70,000 (based on qualifications and experience) with excellent packages attached and the role represents an excellent chance to advance your career in QHSE.