Rate: Dependent on experience
Industry: Power & Energy
Job Type: Contract
Location: North East
Expiration date: 27 October 2017
We are working in partnership with an engineering contractor which provides engineering, procurement and construction of industrial, power generation and oil and gas plants across the globe.
An assignment is available for an experienced temporary works coordinator & lifting AP (combined role) to support a large power project. This will be a long term contract and some weekend working will be necessary.
Roles and Responsibilities:
Supporting Coordination meetings with subcontractors.
Site access, roads and pedestrian access management together with supervision.
Ensuring all that all temporary work activities are completed in a safe manner with no detrimental impact to personnel, fabric or the environment.
Ensuring all temporary work designs are implemented onsite in accordance with site and UK Regulations and Standards.
Point of contact between the designers and the project site construction team for all TW matters.
Co-ordinate all temporary works activities and ensure the appropriate control procedures is implemented on site.
Ensuring designs are implemented onsite in accordance with the relevant drawings and specifications and that those responsible for on-site supervision have required information.
Establishing and maintaining a temporary works register.
Prepare design briefs adequate for the work proposed and identifying residual risks during the design stage, assumed methods of construction or loading constraints identified by the permanent works designers and are included in the temporary works design briefs.
When appropriate ensure TW designs are carried out and that an independent TW Design Check is completed and relevant supporting documentation is in place.
Ensuring temporary works designs are communicated to all interested and relevant parties.
Ensuring checks are made at appropriate stages covering the more critical factors, and where necessary, issue stage permits to proceed.
Issuing Permits to Load and Permit to Unload, Strike or Dismantle.
Assisting and working alongside the site management team on site, review of method statements, risk assessments and lifting studies. The role will be very hands on and heavily administrative, documenting all lifts on site and overseeing site lifting and rigging activities between all parties
Previous experience of temporary works coordination on power related projects
Large project experience (c£250m - £600m)
Ideally accredited with a temporary works coordination course/qualification
The ideal individual must be a competent BS7121 Appointed Person/ CPCS Code A62 Crane Supervisor (lifting operations).
Must have extensive Heavy lift supervision experience, ideally within power plant or chemical industry.
In addition, providing the coordination of lifting activities and interface between numerous parties.
Essential Experience :
Must have previous experience as a temporary works coordinator and lifting AP on a large construction project.
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