Section Engineer - M3

Ref No. BHN519910
Salary £40,000/annum
Location Winchester, England
Job type Permanent
Job Status Open


We have an exciting opportunity for a Section Engineer to work on the M3 Smart Motorway scheme.


Section Engineer - M3

The Job

Role Purpose:

  • To undertake Site Engineering control and implementation of works on site, including monitoring and reporting of progress.

What you'll be doing

You will have the following accountabilities:

  • Ensure a relentless focus on Zero Harm
  • Support the delivery of CSUK's Sustainability activities
  • Produces Method Statements and Risk Assessments and undertakes periodic reviews
  • Prepares and raises Temporary Works Briefs, following up to ensure timely implementation
  • Carries out Visitors Induction
  • Completes Accident Book and associated reports as required. Able to undertake incident investigations to required standard
  • Undertakes and mentors less experienced staff in safety audits
  • Carry out complex setting out
  • Provision of 'primary' setting out control and recognizes the optimum location for installation
  • Coaches junior engineers in the use of setting out techniques
  • Produces Activity Control Plans / Inspection and Test Plans and obtains approval
  • Actively uses the Specification for reference and coaches junior team members in using the Spec
  • Maintains a comprehensive filing system of quality records aligned to the Project Quality Handover requirements
  • Ensures that Site Engineers complete the required quality checksheets on a timely basis for the works
  • Identifies, raises and actions Non Conformance Reports. Tracks close-out of NCRs within section.
  • Identifies and raises Technical Queries (RFIs) with possible solutions. Tracks closeout of RFIs within section
  • Produces a weekly programme and measures progress against KPI's
  • Communicates weekly programme and targets to the workforce
  • Monitors as-built programme and reports reasons for difference
  • Liaises with subcontractors to ensure works undertaken in line with weekly programme
  • Maintains accurate diary, including dialogue with external organisations (subcontractors)
  • Collates Weekly Measure information and monitors wastage against budget allowances / KPI's
  • Carries out a labour and plant reconciliation and supervises less experienced team members
  • Identifies items of additional work and raises the necessary notifications
  • Works to specific terms, conditions and outputs of relevant subcontractors and suppliers

Who we're looking for

You will have the following qualities and experience:

  • Able to clearly communicate the requirements of a safe system of work to ensure that these are followed accurately
  • Capable of taking ownership of tasks and communicating outcomes
  • Strong work ethic with flexibility to work unsociable hours/nights
  • Able to work on own initiative and seek out opportunities in line with level of responsibility
  • Holds a current driving license and CSCS Card
  • Must be a good team player, with strong communication and interpersonal skills
  • Understands Permit to Dig System
  • Environmental awareness
  • Setting out techniques - ability to use level & EDM, plus GPS
  • Able to report issues with control and information provided
  • Reads and understands drawings and schedules
  • Understands Activity Control Plans and production of resultant information for handover file
  • Strong understanding of construction tolerances
  • Awareness and use of Specification and other Contract documents
  • Able to produce detailed documentation for handover of completed works
  • Able to take off and schedule material quantities accurately
  • Knowledge of specification and contract documents
  • Understands what constitutes additional works

Tom Smith
manages this role


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