Construction Manager (OHL)South Lanarkshire, Scotland
Our client a leading Energy company are seeking a Construction Manager (OHL) for an on-going contract role based in South Lanarkshire. Accountabilities: * Responsible for project technical input for planning & development stages including supporting the build-up of all pre-construction information. * Provide technical expertise to project delivery strategy, project programme, and support & assist the principal designer to coordinate the design stages. * Assist with the delivery strategy & preparation of contract bid packages of work. * Lead the technical analysis for each contract & proactively resolve technical queries this includes leading the technical evaluation of each bid to meet key milestone dates for award and site start. * Acting as the Clients Representative duties will include monitoring the Principal Contractor on the project in line with CDM regs 2015. * Leadership of the Construction Management Team (CMT) providing technical support, & advice, primarily in relation to all civil & electrical aspects of the construction stage for transmission projects this will include management of a number of onsite contractors. * Manage and deliver site works to meet commercial conditions of contract including minimising delays and claims for variations. * Ability to work with a high degree of autonomy and in a team consisting of Project Management, Quantity Surveyor's, Engineers, Safety, Environmental and Quality advisors. * Responsibility to proactively plan and monitor project and contractors programmes to meet agreed key dates or milestones. * Experienced in site environmental legislation, waste, and mitigation. * In depth knowledge of all quality standards and specifications with a particular focus on planning & monitoring of the works using the contractor's inspection and testing regime this will include control over all material and free issue equipment. * Support & Coordinate project development design, planning, estates, & wayleaves & procurement stages to support contractor access requirements. * Ability to proactively liaise & interface with clients transmission operational staff Protection Engineers and SAP understand & implement safety from the system support commissioning stages and provide technical assistance during commissioning panel meetings. Skills, Knowledge & Experience * The candidates should have experience in planning and management of transmission overhead line works including new build construction 132/275/400kV construction (wood pole and towers) / accesses / foundation installation and remediation works / re-insulation / re-spacering / re-conductoring / tower painting / catenary support systems / condition assessment and enabling works packages. * Strong leadership & planning skills. * Experienced in the management of NEC Option B & EPC type contracts. * Ability to implement quality assurance and environmental processes. * Candidate should have significant experience in all current Health and Safety and Environmental legislation and understand: ? CDM regulations. ? GS6. ? HSG47. ? Temporary works. ? New Roads and Street Works Act. ? SEPA regulations. * Knowledge of specification, design, maintenance, construction and commissioning of OHL's. * Proven ability to lead and work in a team and contractors environment. Minimum Criteria ? Essential must have as a minimum five year's experience as a Construction Manager delivering the Principal Contractor role and managing multiple contractors in the power sector. ? Preferred BEng in Electrical Power Engineering or Significant on site experience (5 years minimum), in managing construction projects in the power sector. ? SP Energy Networks authorisations up to 400Kv WI/1 & EN2. ? Excellent IT skills. ? Current five days SMSTS or equivalent. ? First Aid is essential
Senior Civil , Structural and Architectural EngineerBristol, England
Senior CS&A Engineer, Contract, Bristol An exciting opportunity to join the Civil, Structural and Architectural (CS&A) team within Cavendish Nuclear, the UK's leading supplier to the nuclear industry and a growing global force. You will form a leading role within a dynamic design team undertaking traditional, bespoke and innovative designs of reinforced concrete, steel and masonry structures for nuclear decommissioning and nuclear new build projects, as well as support to operating nuclear sites. The projects you undertake will principally be in relation to design of structures associated with state-of-the-art mechanical handling equipment and their process and electrical systems, but can also involve stand-alone civil/structural tasks for a range of sectors, for example structural inspections and site surveys, and will be undertaken primarily for sites across UK with some projects based internationally. Due to the nature of our projects, you will design to various normal and extreme loading scenarios, including seismic design. You will provide technical leadership and expertise, and you will take on the role of Technical Lead on specific projects when required. Responsibilities: * Delivering Nuclear design work, inspections and construction site support on projects for a range of public and private sector clients within the UK and overseas. Work encompasses the full lifecycle of a project. * Concept and Feasibility studies for multi discipline design projects. * Analysis and Design using engineering software such as Tekla and Robot as well as producing hand calculations. * Preparation of Calculations, CDM activities, Basis of Design, Material Specifications, Scopes of Work, Technical reports, Inter discipline design coordination and supervision. * Liaise with Technicians in the preparation of Revit models. * Working with integrated multi-disciplinary teams to deliver high profile projects. * Provide technical support to other members of the team. * Ensure all work to be carried out with a positive attitude toward safety, both in design and in the office environment. * Responsible for the management of project delivery. * Assisting and mentoring team members to promote their technical and professional development. Qualification Requirements: * Degree Qualified (BEng or MEng), Civil / Structural Engineer * Chartered or Incorporated Engineer with membership of ICE or IStructE, or working toward full membership of ICE or IStructE. Experience Required: * Significant experience in the design of structures in reinforced concrete and steelwork. * It would be advantageous but not necessary to have previous experience within the nuclear industry and design for seismic loading. * Awareness and experience of using the latest design codes and standards. * Understanding of the relevant legal and regulatory standards. Location: * The base location for this role is Bristol Business Park, Bristol.
Safety Case ManagerCumbria, England
We have an excellent opportunity for a SAFETY CASE MANAGER to join our Client, within the Nuclear Industry here in Cumbria JOB DESCRIPTION The Safety Case Manager has overall responsibility for the development, maintenance (including review) and implementation of the safety case. These activities are essential to meet multiple nuclear site licence conditions around managing safety cases (LC14, LC15, LC19, LC21, LC22, LC23, LC24, LC27, LC35). ROLE RESPONSIBILITY Principal Accountabilities: Developing the safety case strategy & maintaining its intent Demonstrating safety and that risks are managed to be ALARP with the complexity of some elements of the case increasing Ensuring the safety case is complete, adequate clear and compelling Delivering effective safety case implementation Ensuring the safety case supports and enables Company mission objectives Ensuring the safety case aligns and interfaces safely and accurately with any other neighbouring safety cases DIMENSIONS Required to maintain awareness of the licensee arrangements for safety cases (SLP2.17 suite) Required to develop and manage the safety case strategy and its subsequent delivery and implementation for new safety case projects. This requires managing the interaction of the project and the people involved, the interrelation and collaboration of the multiple disciplines required to deliver a fit for purpose safety case. Project range (500M (RAP) to a few 1000K (minor mod to existing task)) ongoing currently THE IDEAL CANDIDATE Likely to have an engineering/technical background Knowledge of SLP 2.17 requirements Previous experience of production or management of safety cases Knowledge of how safety controls are implemented through equipment and instructions Knowledge of the Plant Modification Proposal process Knowledge of plant and operations Knowledge of health and safety legislation Will be required to complete the SCM Workbook ABOUT THE COMPANY Our Client is the authoritative voice in the UK and beyond for technological development within the nuclear power sector. The unparalleled understanding of the science, challenges and opportunities makes them an unrivalled authority and partner in the field, providing experts, technologies, and access to cutting edge facilities to organisations around the world. Harnessing potential technologies and translating them into to industry ready solutions means our pioneering approach spearheads international improvement and technological progress.