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Site Engineer

  • Job type: Permanent
  • Sector: Construction, Utilities
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  • Location: Hartlepool, County Durham
  • Salary:
  • Job reference: 2020-41065_1580991653

Job Description

Primat Recruitment are seeking a Site Engineer to join our client on a large construction project based in Hartlepool.

As the site Engineer you will be tasked with management of site activities, workforce and health and safety on site. You will also be required to support the project management team and working with ground staff in hands on and machine based tasks.

- Planning of temporary works to coincide with programme.
- All setting out of works on site.
- Correlation of all 'as built' records for the works.
- Surveying and monitoring of the works.
- Responsible for survey equipment under your control including cleanliness, calibration etc.
- Plan and organise material deliveries to suit the construction programme.
- Provide daily diary of events to Section Engineer.
- Plan and monitor works and report any problems as they arise.
- Assist with the health and safety and quality control management of projects.
- Attend monthly health and safety meetings.
- Provide clear and concise construction records for all aspects of the works.
- Report and record all breaches of health and safety on site and stop the job if necessary.
- Provide near miss and incident reports where necessary.
- Overall progress and efficient use of resources, proposing corrective action where necessary
- Plan and manage the deployment of resources to meet your job scope.
- Demonstrate effective leadership skills, be able to motivate and supervise effectively whilst maintaining a team-building ethos.
- Provide a daily report/diary of all your activities.
- Health, safety and quality of all aspects of the works
- Keep day-to-day records of construction activities on site together with meticulous construction records to include: shuttering, reinforcing works, concreting, pile driving records, stock pile surveys, drilling records, material compaction records and all other records which may be required during the course of the works.
- Daily weather records and monitoring.
- Develop project specific procedures for the works to be carried out.
- Produce method statements and risk assessments for all construction activities.
- Ordering of materials to specification and to meet site timescale.

Person Requirements:

- CSCS Card

- SSSTS

- Cat Scanner & Generator

- HNC/HND in Civil Engineering, Construction or similar

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