£50.00 - £60.00 per hour
5 months ago
We are delighted to recruiting for a Construction Manager for a Nuclear Station in Leiston, Suffolk.
This role will consist of, but will not be restricted to the following:
The Construction manager will be based at the Sizewell site and will be responsible for the site management and delivery of the project. The project is one that involves the construction of a prefabricated building and will include for concrete cutting and the installation of a lift and a gantry crane.
You will be the Client point of contact at Sizewell site setting up and operation of the construction site in accordance with our Clients procedures.
You will be accountable for H&S Management , Sub-contractor management
and management of radiological safety.
You will interfacing with other functions - such as Engineering, QA/QC, HS&E, RPA, Procurement and so on.
Supporting the Project Manager in management of commercial, progress, programme.
Management of the SSOW process - including production and review of RAMS and interface with Client management systems
Maintenance of documentation systems - training records, security clearances, inductions, tool box talks
To contribute construction input to design team.
You will need to be able to manage your own outputs and develop your own programmes to suit the business requirements and guidelines provided.
This is a senior post and you will be able to meet and negotiate with the clients, project stake holders, management and suppliers.
The suitable person will have a high level of communication skills and work with limited supervision.
You must have a proven record of delivering projects and be prepared and able to embrace and contribute to an innovative approach to design and construction.
With a good understanding of fire safety legislation you will have a positive approach to good practice design to ensure fire safety standards are upheld and maintained during all site activities.
Embrace the Design Coordination process to promote a "right first time" project delivery.
Assessing and promoting approaches where innovation can be used to deliver project economies.
Ensuring that collaboration and technical solutions take full cognisance of all relevant requirements such as security, legislation and the principles of CDM.
Safety is of paramount importance in the nuclear industry and all employees must take full account of this.
Employees must manage this criteria effectively and take account of ONR guidance. Guidance will be given within the CS&A team.
Feeding back lessons learnt for use on other projects and constantly reviewing the project delivery.
Supporting senior engineers / technical specialists within a multi discipline team and assisting the development of the collaborative working environment for the project.
Ensuring that adequate Reviewing, Verifying and Approval is undertaken on all deliverables.
be a representative to the customers, regulatory and external bodies to the highest standards at all times.
Ideally, the suitable candidate will have previously worked on other nuclear facilities.
Member of a chartered body or of senior level of experience to demonstrate equivalence in terms of competence.
The suitable applicant will have a flexible approach to work requirements and will be prepared to contribute to the business in any way that may be deemed appropriate and within their skillset.
Accurately report on a periodic basis, specified by the Technical Lead on a project.
Working with junior members of staff to support their training and development through identifying opportunities, mentoring and support on tasks.
Consider, act upon and record health, safety and environment issues at all stages of the design process.
Baseline clearance to be applied for by candidate on acceptance of the role.
For more information on this role please contact the Morson East Anglia team on 01728 832862.