Site Supervisor (Mechanical)

  •  Twickenham
  •   Market related £ / Day
  •   Contract
  •   Full Time
  •   Job Reference 4761

Mechanicalcal site supervisor

Location – Twickenham

Rate – Competitive

My client is a Tier 1 contractor based in Twickenham , who is currently looking for a mechanical site supervisor to Supervise / Manage the operational resources (people, and physical assets) in order to implement the plan for the assigned project safely, on time and to the required quality while maximising customers’ satisfaction and the gross profit.

To implement all policies including those for SHE and risk management. To promote company’s values towards its customers in order to meet or exceed their expectations and fulfil the vision of becoming the most highly respected company in the industry.

Responsibilities:

  • Leadership:
    • Supervise Sub-Contractors, providing guidance, mentorship, and support.
    • Assign tasks, monitor progress, and ensure work is completed efficiently and according to quality standards.
    • Foster a positive and collaborative work environment.
    • Identify areas of opportunity and improvement 
    • Cooperate and coordinate with all stakeholders including the client-side, internal and supply chain to ensure the project outcomes are achieved.
    • This would include contributing to the organisation of shut down methodology agreed in a timely fashion.
  • Technical Expertise:
    • Troubleshoot and diagnose mechanical problems within the sewage treatment plant.
    • Monitor and perform routine maintenance and repairs on Mechanical equipment.
    • Engaging with the Supply Chain and support the contractor delivery and commissioning process.
    • Ensure adherence to company Mechanical Codes, regulations, and safety protocols
    • Maintain up-to-date knowledge of sewage treatment processes and their related Mechanical systems.
    • All works should have detailed ‘Construction’ drawings available at the point of work and the Supervisor should check against the ‘Live’ Document Register.
    • The Supervisor must ensure they have checked the works against the approved Detailed Design Drawings.
  • Planning and Coordination:
    • Participate in the planning and scheduling of mechanical maintenance activities
    • Management and monitoring of Sub-Contractor performance and delivery. Update SIC Boards (with the Supply Chain) and escalate to Works Manager issues.
    • Take the Contractors Plan of works and monitor and help deliver. This is working with the Construction Programmes through Short Interval Control (SIC).
    • Prepare and maintain documentation related to mechanical work, including reports and permits (ATEX permits, Hotworks, etc should be raised and organised through the Supervisor).
    • Control and monitor all mechanical isolation operations in line with our Temporary Works procedures and Risk Assessments and Method Statements
    • Control and monitor all pressure testing operations in line with our Temporary Works procedures and Risk Assessments and Method Statements.
    • Organise with the suppliers the delivery of equipment. This should be carried out with the Office Manager and Works Manager.
    • Liaise with wider site team to minimise disruption to other works.
    • Ensure walkways and barriers and TOCOP areas are well defined and signage in place.
  • Safety:
    • Implement and maintain a safe work environment for self and team members, including working in line with the company and TWUL Mechanical Safety Standards.
    • Supervise Sub-Contractors in line with company Mandatory Procedures on the IMS.
    • Conduct safety briefings and ensure all team members understand and follow safety procedures.
    • Identify and address potential safety hazards.
    • Report accidents and incidents promptly.
    • Organising and carrying out Inductions
    • Check and review RAM’s at regular intervals
    • Ensure the RAM’s are followed
    • Raise Observations and carry out OSI’s
  • Quality
    • Support the implementation and monitoring of Business Assurance Systems (BAS) policies and procedures 
    • Ensure works are delivered in accordance with the specification 
    • Review of ITP’s to be carried out.
    • Review of Checksheets – Including inspecting and sign off of works.
    • Review of ATEX documentation
    • Manage DALUX (Quality Handover Portal) to ensure documents mirror what has been delivered on site and are line with the Contract Requirements.
  • Additional responsibilities:
    • May participate in training and development programs for team members.
    • Stay informed of new technologies and advancements in the sewage treatment and mechanical fields.
    • Ensure all labour, plant, materials and supply chain resources are accurately recorded (Site Diary). 
    • Support with work relating to financial forecasts and reviews with Commercial Team

·       Qualifications:

    • SSSTS or SMSTS

If you are interested in this Mechanical site supervisor position, please apply now with an updated copy of your CV.

We look forward to hearing from you soon.

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