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- c£50.0/hour Umbrella
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Site Engineer / Sub Agent; 6 Months+ Contract (Night Shift); Reading; Rate c£50.0/hr Umbrella
Key Words / Skills: Sub Agent, Site Engineer, Motorway, Highways,CSCS, SSSTS, SMSTS, HFACS, Risk Assessment, Permit to Work, Method Statements
Wilde Recruitment Ltd are working in association with Balfour Beatty who are looking for a SITE ENGINEER (SUB AGENT) to work Night Shifts on a contract basis initially for 6 months+ based on the M4 Jnct3-12 Reading RG10.
Duties will include:
Reviewing Method Statements and Risk Assessments.
Accident / Incident Investigation (HFACS and ‘Four Page Report’).
Production and implementation of Permits to Work, specifically Confined Space Permits and Hot Works Permits.
Carrying out Site Audits.
Liaising with designers to resolve technical issues.
Tracks and monitors KPI compliance.
Maintain an accurate diary, including dialogue with external organisations (subcontractors).
Produce a budget from the resourced programme and monitors / reviews weekly costs.
Involved in the procurement of subcontractors.
Managing sub contractors.
You must hold a current driving license and CSCS Card. SSSTS or SMSTS qualified.
Strong communication skills with good interpersonal and influencing skills.
Understanding of method statements and risk assessments.
Understand the principles of Accident / Incident Investigation and good working knowledge of the process.
Strong understanding of temporary works and timescales for implementation into the works
Good working knowledge of current H&S Legislation.
To discuss this vacancy please contact: James Walker on 0161 474 6856 / 07788668931
We are an Equal Opportunities Employer and we positively welcome applications from all candidates regardless of age, disability, gender reassignment, marriage and civil partnership, pregnancy and maternity, race, religion or belief, sex and sexual orientation.
Wilde Recruitment Ltd operates as both an employment business and agency. If your application is for a position based in the UK or EU, under European Employment Law you MUST be eligible to live and work there.