7 months ago
We have an opportunity for an Assistant Temporary Works Coordinator Who Controls and Co-ordinates all TW activities based at Sellafield, Cumbria.
Communication of information amongst all stakeholder parties involved in TW including multidisciplinary construction delivery teams, TW supervisors, TW and permanent works designers, HS&E advisors, client teams and site management.
Produce/maintain records of all correspondence and documents relating to TW including reparation of meaningful and comprehensive design briefs, maintenance of an up-to-date TW schedule, and upkeep of inspection records during erection, use, maintenance and dismantling of TW.
Monitoring the progress at all stages of the TW design by ensuring designs are checked and any queries referred back to the designer, any changes verified and carried out as required.
Ensuring temporary works designs match the design brief and residual risks are entered into the risk register
Inspections are done at critical stages during construction and before loading
The strength of the permanent works is adequate to permit removal of the TW
Formal permits to load/dismantle are issued on the appropriate forms
Verifying the design and construction methods in order to ensure that the TW support timely delivery of the construction programme.
Deputise for the TWC in his absence
Develop and maintain relationships with relevant technical consultants and suppliers, managing their input in the design, development and delivery of technical solutions on site and in tenders
Actively contribute to developing and sharing knowledge and best practice.
Maintain personal expertise and knowledge.
Educational Professional Qualifications Required:
This is a key role for an individual with up to date technical knowledge of temporary works controls.
At least 3 years' experience of working on similar projects
Sufficiently experienced to recognise the need for Temporary Works (TW)
Experienced and knowledgeable in construction methods to be used including formwork and scaffolding.
Recognises their own limits to their technical abilities when requested to assist
Has attended a Temporary Works Co-ordinator course
Completed H&S training course (SMSTS, IOSH or equivalent).
Good interpersonal and communication skills required, coupled with ability to form effective relationships with partners and delivery team members under time pressure.