Package Manager (Steel Frame)

  • Location

    Slough, Berkshire

  • Sector:

    Building, Construction and Infrastructure

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  • Salary:

    Up to £0.00 per annum + negotiable

  • Contact:

    Katie Saunders

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  • Published:

    about 1 year ago

  • Duration:

    62 weeks

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Responsibilities of the Works Manager include, but are not limited to:
* Ensuring the responsibilities identified to you in the Company Health and Safety Policy Part 2 are conducted in accordance with the Company Management System (CMS)
* Site management of health and safety
* Manage and control daily activity "Black Hat" briefings for the coordination of trade contractors and sub-contractors
* Manage and control of construction based logistics, plan for materials orders, sub-contractor and plant availability
* Assisting the Chief Engineer in producing and reviewing Method Statements, Risk Assessments and Inspection and Test Plans (paying particular attention to safety requirements)
* Assist the Package Engineers to ensure the adherence of all foremen, site operatives and sub-contractor personnel to the applicable procedures and approved Method Statements, Risk Assessments, Inspection & Test Plans and site activity records
* Ensure the implementation and assist with the delivery of Supervisor Leadership Workshops.
* Control site opening hours ensuring suitable supervisory coverage is provided at all times, manage staff rota, holiday and weekend cover
* Complying with other environmental requirements, including nuisance controls and pollution prevention
* Continually improve and drive safe working practices
* To take responsibility and control aspects of prelim budget
* Liaise with the project commercial team to agree and fully understand the scope of the site waste management plan
* Assist the Chief Engineer/Package Engineers to monitor progress against construction programme and provide reports to Project Manager as agreed in the Project Control Plan
* Ensure all site based activities are communicated to Project Delivery team, Works Staff Engineers, Commercial team, Project/Community Liaison
* Liaise with Section Engineer and Package Engineers on construction programme and provide conflict resolution when required
* Assist in controlling site waste, materials, deliveries, energy and water use
* Provide guidance to tender team during pre-construction planning on buildability, welfare, site waste management, and logistics submissions during tender process
* Ensure site welfare facilities are to the expected high standards and maintained accordingly and are all in accordance with HSE statutory requirements
* Be an active member/participate in the site leadership teams, which include safety, quality, and sustainability
* Control the logistics and works activities to ensure that we are considerate with regard to the neighbours/local community
* Delivering best possible Considerate Constructors Scheme Scores (if project is signed up to the scheme)

* Live the SRM Values and McAlpine Way through the Build Sure Commitments and role model them, bringing them to life for your team.
* Use the Values and Build Sure Commitments to help employees understand their team and the regions goals and their contribution to these.
* Recognise high performance and leverage employee strengths to achieve and maintain high performance
* Where under performance is identified, use effective feedback and improvement action planning
* Carry out a regular check in meetings, including two formal reviews as part of "Building Individual Performance" (BIP) to support employees in realising their full potential focus their efforts as contributors to the success of the delivery of the project and support their individual personal learning and development
* Identify business-related learning and development needs jointly with your team members. Ensure that they own their learning and development and that opportunities are available to learn on the job as well as through business related development opportunities

* Minimum 8-10 years' work experience within the Construction Industry.
* Proven working experience being able to demonstrate previous responsibility and knowledge for site based activities.
* Good knowledge of building products, construction details, relevant rules and regulations and quality standards
* A good understanding of all facets of the construction process
* Ability to plan and see the bigger picture
* Leadership and human resource management skills


* Site Management Safety Training Scheme SMSTS
* Relevant Construction Skills Certificate Card

* First Aid at Work
* Lifting Planner/Supervisor
* Temporary Works Coordinator
* Street Works
* Avoiding Damage to Underground Services (HSG 47)
* Fire Safety Coordinator