Temporary works coordinator

  • Location

    Kent, England

  • Sector:

    Site Manager

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  • Salary:

    Up to £0.00 per annum

  • Contact:

    Daniel Buxton

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  • Published:

    11 months ago

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  • Client:


  1. Coordinate with all parties involved in the design and construction of temporary works. 2. Liaise with clients to determine if schemes may affect the public and to ascertain approval process and certification required. 3. Compile and periodically update a Temporary Works Schedule with all relevant information and to periodically review the schedule with the Temporary Works Designer and Project Lead. 4. Ensure that an adequate Temporary Works design is carried out 5. Supervise and assess the competence of the TWS with the Project Lead 6. Prepare/review the design brief for adequacy/completeness prior to issue to TWD 7. Ensure that the duration for temporary works designs, checking and construction are realistically timed in the construction programme. 8. Ensure that the completed designs are obtained from the TWD within the required deadline. Ensure that the designer complies with the design brief and adequately describes the residual risks. 9. Discuss any changes to the design with the TWD and manage the design change process. 10. Ensure that Temporary Works Design Check Confirmation/Approval forms are issued (ENG-SF-4004) 11. Ensure that designs are issued to the construction team and other interested parties e.g. client 12. Ensure that construction is only carried out from drawings issued 'for construction' 13. Ensure that the construction method statement incorporates the requirements of both the permanent and temporary works designs e.g. loads on foundations/permanent works, structural integrity, stability and hold points, etc. 14. Check that materials and equipment are adequate, especially when used before 15. Check preparations for temporary work structures (e.g. foundations) and allow erection to proceed. 16. Carry out inspections of temporary works prior to loading and unloading and ensure the competence of any persons where delegated to carry out on-site inspections (e.g. TWS) 17. Draw up and agree with site team a list of hold points for certain operations for which inspection is required prior to work progressing further 18. Ensure that erected temporary works are maintained TWCs must have a competent balance of experience, knowledge, training, qualifications and knowledge of the BMS TW Procedures. * Experience relevant to the type and complexity of the Temporary Works on the project that they will be involved. Length of experience on similar projects (minimum 5 years for TWC). * Attended either, a Balfour Beatty, or approved external company delivered, TWC training course, or TWC Update/Refresher training course. * Received a briefing from the DI, or a competent and experienced individual, on the role and delegated responsibilities, as approved by the DI, including an update on the BMS Temporary Works procedures at periods not exceeding 2 years. * If being nominated for first appointment - Must have attended a Balfour Beatty TWC training course within the last 2 years or be able to demonstrate recent relevant training, knowledge and experience for this role with another organisation. * If being nominated for re-appointment - Must have undertaken the role of TWC within the last 2 years. If this requirement is not satisfied the nominated person must attend the next available TWC training course, and receive an update on the BMS Temporary Works procedures. They must also have attended an Update/Refresher training within a period not exceeding 5 years after completing the TWC course, and at periods not exceeding 5 years thereafter. * It is desirable, although not essential, to have formal qualifications e.g. HNC, Degree. * Self-motivated * Approachable and diplomatic