Location: Whitby, North Yorkshire
Contract duration: initial 12 month assignment, potential to extend
Contract type: inside IR35 – PAYE contract
Start Date: ASAP
Recruitment Partner: Airswift
Account Manager: Ryan Kirkpatrick
As a leading global provider of engineering, procurement and construction management expertise to the energy, chemicals, and resources sectors we are proud to be in a position to expand our UK team and have partnered with Airswift to support our recruitment plans in 2022.
We are currently looking for a E&I Superintendent to join our project team based on-site at the Woodsmith Mine in Whitby, North Yorkshire. The successful individual will be engaged on a PAYE contract basis for an initial 12 month period, with the likelihood of further renewals to follow.
Key Scope Areas:
- Administers and controls the Electrical Safety Rules for site activities to comply with the Electricity at Work Regulations 1989.
- Assists in the setting up and administration of the site organization for an assigned construction area, section, plant complete project or specific project.
- Studies and becomes familiar with the relevant contract drawings, scope of work, specifications and man-hour estimates, materials and equipment schedules.
- Co-ordinates the activities of contractor’s supervisory staff, ensures effective communication such that they are all always fully informed on their duties thereby enabling effective control of subcontractors.
- Coordinates with other discipline superintendents at the Daily Co-ordination meeting to ensure good management of work faces and minimize Simultaneous Operations.
- Have a working knowledge of all Safety Legislation in force and associated responsibilities including but not limited to;
- Project/Client Induction’s
- Permits to work
- CDM Regulations
- Assessing and approving Method Statements
- COSHH requirements
- Implements the Construction Safety Plan
- Complies with the construction methods, procedures and practices particularly those relating to quality assurance, safety and statutory requirements. Coaches the Open Safety culture in the field to identify and implement continuous improvements.
- Ensures that the assigned work is constructed to approved for construction drawings, specifications and applicable standards, whilst adhering to good construction practices.
- Checks that the Subcontractors Daily Returns and their assessments of progress are completed promptly and reliably.
- Be responsible for implementation of Company HSE Policy & Plan relating to the Project and in particular, Contractor compliance. Refer to Construction HSE Management plan.
- Answers technical queries from subcontractors so that work can continued unhindered, where necessary calling on advice or guidance from senior site staff or ensuring information is requested from the HO engineering department.
- Ensures the use of correct materials and consumables.
- Maintains an awareness of the general welfare of staff and labour whilst on site. Ensures effective communication such that they are always aware and fully informed of their duties, changes in policy or site rules and that they are aware of and understand all rules and procedures affecting their employment and their own work.
- Monitor & Verify Contractor daily attendance sheets & logs.
- Recognized discipline background.
- 10 years’ experience in the Engineering Construction Industry.
- Ability to communicate effectively with the Stakeholders involved in the Project both verbally & in writing.
- Methodical work ethic; ensuring consistency in output. Capable of working independently.
- Previous experience of working in a project delivery environment.
- Previous experience as an Electrical & Instrument Superintendent.
- IT literate.
- Experience working on Top Tier COMAH sites preferrable, but not essential.
- A strong communication, networking, collaboration and well-developed team-working skills, especially in multi-discipline and multi-cultural teams.
- An ‘Incident Free’ mind-set, and be a role model for their project team (Direct/Indirect hires).
- A full understanding of how all elements of the project scope integrate and interface with each other and are managed to successfully deliver the right project outcome - from construction, and through to commissioning and handover to operations.
- Demonstrate excellent teamwork skills, being able to work with the various sub-teams to resolve issues and reach decisions that are in the best interests of the integrated project team.