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Gas Holder Project Manager

Reporting to – Operations Director & Contracts Director
Location – Birmingham Head Office / Various Sites Nationwide
Liaise with – Staff on site and office based
Objectives of Role –  unique opportunity has arisen for a Gas Holder Demolition Project Manager to join our continually expanding Demolition business
Main Responsibilities
As Gas Holder Project Manager you will be responsible in ensuring all the relevant legislative and compliance documentation is in place and regularly reviewed and updated including but not limited to Production and Revision of Method Statements and Risk Assessments specific to each task, Environmental plans, traffic management and logistics, fire safety compliance, lift plans and programmes.Responsibilities include:
  • Ensure on time delivery within budget forecasted costs
  • Ensure all client and consultant expectations targets are either met or exceeded
  • Provide inspirational leadership and manage productivity of the contract/site team
  • Ensure that policies and procedures are followed by conducting audits
  • Constantly seek competitive advantage through innovation
  • Interpret and implement company and group policy in line with company procedure relating to the role of contract management • Hold Internal weekly contract review meetings to discuss operational and commercial performance
  • Prepare monthly internal Performance Review reports, for Directors, taking full responsibility for all operational elements of the particular contract (assisted by your management team)
  • Prepare and deliver progress reports for external Client meetings at a frequency determined in the contract particulars (assisted by your management team)
  • Liaise with statutory authorities and coordinate the blowdown events within the programme time constraints
  • Ensure that the contract is managed within Company guidelines
  • Develop and maintain a sound, professional working relationship with the client team, the DSM management team and the supply chain.
  • Conduct yourself within the Company’s core values. Ensure that corporate brand guidelines are adhered to including PPE
  • Set a good personal example with regard to Health & Safety
  • Ensure all works carried out comply with current Health & Safety and environmental legislation, ensuring that all staff are aware of and receive training in all relevant H&S issues
  • Responsible for interpreting and communicating the project requirements and expectations and ensuring that they are communicated clearly to the whole Team
  • Input into the process for sub-contractors’ selections programming and resourcing
  • To communicate any changes/updates directly with the affected members of the Project team
  • Ensure objectives are set and performance is measured and reported.
Essential Skills and Requirements
  • Suitable professionals will, ideally, be degree qualified in civil engineering or construction management, with a minimum of 5 years experience
  • This experience should have been gained whilst working for a reputable demolition contractor who undertake technical projects throughout the UK and you must hold a NVQ Level 6 Demolition Managers Black card.
  • Unfortunately, for this opportunity, only professionals who hold a solid background in Large Industrial Demolition and specifically Gas Holder can be considered.
  • Temporary works Co-ordinator formal training and experience.
  • Full current driving license.
  • NEBOSH, IOSH or similar safety qualification desirable.
  • Strong written and verbal communication skills.
  • Must have a professional appearance.
  • Ability to use time productively, maximize efficiency, and meet challenging work goals.
  • Must possess and maintain exceptional work ethic as well as uphold company values and demand the highest standard of conduct from self and others.
  • Must have PC experience in Windows environments, proficient working knowledge of word processing, spread sheets, e-mail, Web-enabled applications, and database software.
  • Possess the ability to work well as part of a team and independently.
  • Proficient in Asta Power projects.
  • Experience in 3D Computer aided design packages such as AutoCAD, Sketchup, Fusion 360 would be advantageous.
Salary: Based on Experience

Health & Safety Officer

Reporting to – Health & Safety Manager
Location – Birmingham Head Office / Various Sites Nationwide
Liaise with – Staff on site and office based
Objectives of Role – Responsible for the implementation and maintenance of Health & Safety excellence throughout the business
Main Responsibilities
  • Champion Health & Safety excellence within the business.
  • Implement practical and effective methods, both preventative and remedial, promoting Health & Safety within the workplace.
  • Represent the business internally and externally for all aspects of Health & Safety.
  • Point of contact for all interfaces applicable to Health & Safety including all regulatory bodies.
  • Preparation of all H&S and logistical documentation including but not limited to Method Statements, Risk Assessments, Plan of works, fire plans, emergency procedures, site traffic management, pedestrian and vehicular segregation and route planning, for all operations being undertaken at site level.
  • Co-ordination and site level operational compliance with company Temporary Works Procedures
  • Undertake regular task specific and site wide Health & Safety audits and provide HSE advice and training to operational staff to always ensure procedural compliance. Report audit findings and provide practical advice and solutions to the workforce. Liaise effectively with Operational Management and Directors in instances where immediate actions are required.
  • Provision of regular Director and Senior Management updates via implementation of workshops and attendance of H&S Management Meetings.
  • Identify training requirements and prepare / organise Health & Safety training to Site Management and operatives.
  • To prepare and undertake site inductions for all trades.
  • Regularly review current legislation and always ensure full compliance.
  • To lead and carry out investigations into all Health & Safety incidents, accidents and near misses within the business, documenting and recording findings.
Essential Skills and Requirements
  • The candidate must have a proven H&S track record and a minimum of 3-years’ experience fulfilling a similar role within the demolition or construction industry
  • NEBOSH Diploma or NVQ Level 6 required
  • Fully conversant with current CDM Regulations, Acts, regulations and approved code of practices and all current legislation relevant to the Companies business (i.e., BS 6187) (BS 5975)
  • Ability to communicate at all levels both within the business and with Client or regulatory representatives.
  • Highly motivated and able to use their own initiative
  • Must be IT Literate with comprehensive understanding of all Windows based programmes including Word, Excel and Outlook
  • Must have a full current driving license.
  • Appointed Person qualified (would be an advantage)
  • Member of the Institute of Demolition Engineers (would be an advantage)
Salary: Based on Experience

Remediation / Earthworks Site Manager

Reporting to – Contracts Director
Location – Various Sites Nationwide
Liaise with – Staff on site and office based
Objectives of Role – Responsible for the delivery of projects both on programme, on budget and most importantly delivered safely.
Main Responsibilities
  • Strong record of successfully delivering remediation and earthwork projects.
  • Ability to manage works to ensure compliance with project earthworks and remediation specifications. Good understanding of ground compaction, stabilisation and alternative methodologies.
  • To liaise and converse with the Client / Clients Consultant Teams, EA and other Regulatory Bodies.
  • Management of direct operatives and resources
  • Management of Sub-contractors
  • To ensure that all works are carried out to comply with current H&S and environmental legislation.
  • Preparation of Risk Assessment, Method Statements and SHE paperwork
Skills and Requirements
  • Be willing to work nationwide including working away from home.
  • Hold a current UK Driving License.
  • Knowledge / qualification in machine control desirable.
  • Hold a current SMSTS qualification.
  • Black card (CCDO Demolition Manager qualification) desirable
  • First Aid certificate desirable
  • Asbestos Awareness desirable
  • Conversant with Microsoft operation systems, i.e., word, excel, PowerPoint etc.
Salary: Based on Experience