Site Engineer

Location: Snowdonia,  Job Category: Building Services   Job Type: Permanent   Job Salary: £40000 - £45000 per annum   Posted Date: 26-06-2024

Job ID: PR/035383   Posted: 26-06-2024

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Site Engineer - Snowdonia, Wales

Salary: £40,000-45,000

Are you a skilled Site Engineer looking to make a significant impact on exciting construction projects? For over 30 years, this industry leader has been delivering major rail and highways infrastructure projects in the UK. Their impressive portfolio showcases their ability to successfully complete projects in the most challenging and restricted environments. Due to growth, this leading construction company, is seeking a talented Site Engineer to join their dynamic team.

Key Responsibilities:

  • Provide engineering support and quality control for construction works, ensuring compliance with project specifications and maintaining appropriate records.
  • Work closely with the Project Team, including subcontractors, to ensure all legal, company, and project-specific health, safety, and environmental requirements are met.
  • Produce necessary permits, task briefs, and documentation for approval, ensuring all required documents are in place and briefed before work commences.
  • Support the Temporary Works Coordinator in developing, constructing, using, and dismantling temporary works solutions as per approved designs and method statements.
  • Support and contribute to the development of junior staff through active engagement, feedback, and appropriate delegation.
  • Ensure project compliance with health, safety, and environmental requirements, conduct inspections, and maintain quality assurance records.
  • Comply with IMS requirements, ensure documentation is correctly uploaded to project control systems, and maintain accurate site diaries and records.

Ideal Candidate

  • Basic knowledge of the construction industry and standard construction techniques, along with an understanding of commercial and contractual requirements.
  • Strong communication skills, both written and oral, with the ability to collaborate effectively with team members and subcontractors.
  • High levels of integrity, accountability, and innovation, with a commitment to delivering exceptional services and supporting team development.
  • Relevant certifications such as CSCS, Personal Track Safety (rail-specific), and security clearance if required by the project.

Why Join?

As well as a competitive salary and benefits package, this role offers the successful candidate the opportunity to lead significant construction projects and develop their career. Ready to build your career with us? Apply now with your CV

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