We are an equal opportunities employer who embrace diversity and inclusion in the workplace. Our staff are at the centre of everything we do, and we invest in our workforce to equip them with the right skills to deliver successful projects time and again.

Asbestos Supervisor

An Asbestos Supervisor is required for works in the west midlands area. Supervisors may be asked to work on other sites nationwide that will include working away from home. They will also be required to work various shift patterns including weekends and night shifts. The role involves supervising licensed and non-licensed asbestos removal works ensuring exemplary standards of compliance and efficiency.

Key tasks and responsibilities:

  • Ensuring all works are carried out to the highest standard of workmanship at all times preventing and reducing the spread and/or exposure of asbestos
  • Complying at all times with company method statements, risk assessments, policies and procedures to ensure the health, safety, welfare and security of all
  • Assisting the Contracts Manager with creating Risk Assessments, Method Statements and work instructions that actively improve the health, safety and welfare of all
  • Ensuring compliance with all current asbestos and health and safety legislative requirements
  • Professionally liaising with clients, contractors and residents at all times
  • Completing and signing all relevant paperwork to ensure all legislative, licensable and financial requirements are met
  • Carrying out daily record keeping including a company timesheet, respirator check sheet and health record for yourself and for any agency staff under your responsibility on site
  • To lead, monitor and assess workforce on an ongoing basis to ensure staff are capable of performing the tasks they are allocated by completing a Training Needs Analysis (TNA) on site based staff under your supervision and providing feedback to the Contracts Manager monthly

The successful candidate must possess the following:

  • Asbestos Supervisor experience including all relevant certification
  • A sound knowledge of the Health & Safety procedures appertaining to asbestos
  • Full UK Driving Licence

The successful candidate will have the following skills:

  • Strong people management skills with an ability to create a positive health and safety culture
  • Excellent communication skills and ability to communicate and engage at all levels
  • Excellent verbal and written skills

Competitive rates of pay: + over time, allowances for working weekends, nights and working away.

Continued Personnel Development

20 days holiday per year + statutory bank holidays

Company pension

Asbestos Removal Operative

An Asbestos Removal Operative is required to conduct site set up and safe abatement of asbestos containing materials according to the method statement and scope of work within the west midlands area. Operatives may be asked to work on other sites nationwide that will include working away from home. They will also be required to work various shift patterns including weekends and night shifts.

The successful candidate must possess the following:

  • Two years’ experience as a qualified operative
  • Industry based asbestos medical, refresher training & face fits
  • Excellent knowledge of current H+S and asbestos regulations
  • Full, clean driving license
  • Friendly, calm and professional manner
  • Ability to be flexible and adapt to change
  • Work effectively as part of a team
  • Physically fit
  • Enthusiastic and willing to learn

Competitive rates of pay: + over time, allowances for working weekends, nights and working away

Continued Personnel Development

20 days holiday per year + statutory bank holidays

Company pension

Compliance Advisor

DSM Demolition Limited is one of the UKs largest demolition and decommissioning contractors with an industrywide reputation for quality, innovation and Health & Safety performance.

To support continued growth within the business a unique opportunity has arisen within DSM for a Compliance Advisor with a high level of attention to detail for an immediate start.

Key responsibilities

  • Preparing information for, and taking a leading role in external audits of DSM evidencing how we meet the requirements of:
  • ISO 9001, ISO 14001, ISO 45001 and ISO 14064
  • Achilles Building Confidence
  • Achilles UVDB
  • Updating online portals such as constructionline, safe contractor etc.
  • Maintaining our approved sub-contractors’ matrix with their current details
  • Developing an electronic site record system using Fieldview and storing and analysing the data produced.
  • Producing site information packs and reviewing and scanning the returned completed documents.
  • For completed contracts producing Post Contract Information Files containing details of the works undertaken, relevant health and safety information, waste information and energy usage.
  • Carry out administration associated with site audits and inspections.
  • Act as contact point managing and updating HR policies following annual review by external HR consultants.
  • Carry out annual audit of all internal procedures and ensuring designated staff undertake reviews of all internal policies, procedures and standard documents.
  • Issue quarterly returns to The Environment Agency and update our GDPR system and Modern Slavery audit and statement.

General requirements

  • Educated to a high standard with excellent literacy skills – (essential)
  • Competent IT user – Microsoft Packages, Word, Excel – (essential)
  • Confident self-starter with the ability to communicate at all levels within the business – (essential)
  • Excellent organisational and planning skills – (essential)
  • Ability to manage own workload with minimal supervision – (essential)
  • High level of attention to detail – (essential)
  • Formal auditing qualification – (preferred)
  • Working knowledge of demolition, asbestos removal, remediation, and construction –(preferred)

Please send all CV’s / applications to Andrew Fletcher Managing Director at Andrew.fletcher@dsmgroup.info

DSM is an equal opportunities employer and positively encourages applications from suitably qualified and eligible candidate regardless of sex, race, disability, age, sexual orientation, gender reassignment, marital status, religion, or belief.

Working Hours: Monday – Friday, 08:30 – 17:00

Job Types: Full-time

Salary & benefits: Negotiable

Assistant Bid Manager

Reporting to – Bid Manager
Location – Birmingham Head Office
Liaise with – Staff on site and office based
Objectives of Role – Support to the Bid Team to win work by assisting with the compilation of RFI’s, PQQ’s and general tender administration.

You will have a minimum of 2 years’ experience working closely or within a Bid Team. Experience working in a Construction related sector is not a requirement to be considered but would be an advantage. You must have excellent organisation, communication and time management skills as well as an exceptional eye for detail. A good understanding of Microsoft Word and PowerPoint essential. Knowledge of Adobe InDesign and Acrobat would be advantageous.

Key responsibilities

  • Managing Bid Team central inbox and identify opportunities for the business
  • Download and disseminate tender information to the team and log new opportunities
  • Liaise effectively with subject matter experts throughout the business in order to gather information for RFI’s
  • Assist with the completion of RFI’s, PQQ’s and EOI’s
  • Proof reading and reviewing text for grammatical errors
  • Maintenance of the Bid Library and stock information
  • Working to strict deadlines
  • Uploading and downloading information across a variety of client portals
  • Taking ownership of some bids and seeing them through to completion
  • Completion of supply chain approval questionnaires
  • General administration for the Business Development Team including checking portals, diary management etc.
  • Collating documentation for board reports

General requirements

  • Respect the confidentiality of all information obtained in the course of duties.
  • Ensure that you understand and abide by the duties and responsibilities and legal requirements in respect of Health and Safety and Welfare affecting you, colleagues, clients and visitors to Company and client premises.
  • Maintain professional competence by complying with the training and competence procedures set down by the Company.
  • Be aware of the Company’s Equal Opportunities Policy to assist in eliminating all areas of inequality and discrimination.
  • Become familiar with the aims, ethics and aspirations of the Company to sustain and promote them.
  • Undertake any other duties as directed that can reasonably be accommodated within the scope and salary range for the job and your expertise.

Salary: Based on Experience

Demolition Estimator

We are looking for a Full Time Experienced Demolition Estimator providing tender management, pricing & associated activity to achieve successful conversion to order.

Activities post order to include effective contract review to then hand over to site delivery team.

Key responsibilities

  • Reviewing Tenders with Pre-construction Team including legal and contractual requirements
  • Decision to price based upon tender particulars
  • Contribute towards obtaining additional information for pricing as required
  • Pricing a variety of demolition tenders from first principles
  • Issue & management of specialist sub-contractor enquiries for estimating purposes
  • Site visits as required
  • Co-ordination of supporting tender information as required
  • Document Control of Tender Information (including drawings) & Filing
  • Quote chasing & conversion working with Team
  • Providing clear and concise qualifications / clarifications
  • Contribute to Quality submissions regards method statements and other quality information.
  • Feedback on sub-contractor pricing performance
  • Presentation of tender pricing to Directors and team
  • Finalisation of costs and submission of tender bids
  • Attendance at post tender meetings as required
  • Attendance at Project Handover Meetings & effective handover to Contracts team
  • Collate feedback on actual costs on completed projects from commercial teams

General requirements

  • The ability to work to deadlines
  • Commercial & contractual awareness
  • Knowledge of demolition techniques, site protocols and project delivery
  • Knowledge of H&S / Environmental requirements on demolition projects (CDM regs, H&S at work act, Asbestos Awareness etc)
  • Knowledge of temporary works design protocols & procedures (BS 5975:2011)
  • Meeting & Negotiating Skills
  • Labour, Plant & Material Outputs
  • Organisational & Time Management Skills
  • CSCS Card / CCDO Card and Asbestos Awareness
  • Good IT skills with Microsoft and other software
  • Driver’s license

Location of work: Saltley, Birmingham

Education: Certificate of Higher Education (preferred)

Experience: Demolition: 3 years ideally

What’s on Offer

  • A competitive salary depending upon experience
  • Company vehicle
  • Mobile phone and laptop
  • Pension Scheme
  • Death in service life assurance
  • Competitive holiday entitlement
  • Training & development opportunities

Please send all CV’s / applications to Andrew Fletcher Managing Director at Andrew.fletcher@dsmgroup.info

DSM is an equal opportunities employer and positively encourages applications from suitably qualified and eligible candidate regardless of sex, race, disability, age, sexual orientation, gender reassignment, marital status, religion, or belief.

Senior Earthworks / Remediation Project Manager

Reporting to – Earthworks & Remediation Director
Location – Birmingham Head Office / Various Sites Nationwide
Liaise with – Staff on site and office based
Objectives of Role – responsible for heading up a team on site to deliver to tight programmes, whilst maximising margins whilst complying with all Health and Safety legislation.

DSM are looking for an experienced Senior Earthworks/Remediation Project Manager to support and report to the Earthworks and Remediation Director. The candidate must have experience in large-scale earthworks and remediation, the current contract is near Warwick.

Key responsibilities
  • Production and review of Project Specific Documentation (Traffic Management, RAMS, ITP, Programming, Quality Assurance etc)
  • Supervising all subcontract and direct labour and technical staff
  • Planning, scheduling, procuring and delivering the project effectively, often to a tight schedule
  • Drawing up a detailed plan of how to achieve each stage of the project, as well as an overall plan
  • Ensure a project team is in place and manage that team throughout the progress of the whole project
  • Ensure that each stage of the project is progressing on time and on budget and identify any issues that may prevent this from happening
  • Responsible for reporting regularly on the progress of the project to the client and/or to the senior managers
  • Managing all health and safety
  • Liaising with the client team and consultants
  • Identify what the client wants to achieve
  • Agree timescales, costs and resources needed, with the client
  • Working to the contract (NEC)
General requirements
  • Relevant qualifications and previous experience as a Project Manager (CITB SMTMS, First Aid, NVQ Construction Management)
  • Full understanding of procurement of Earthworks/Remediation works including preparation of specifications and current Health and Safety legislation for Construction
  • Sound judgement and problem solving skills
  • Commercial and contractual awareness
  • Be able to prepare comprehensive technical reports
  • Experience working on bulk muck shifts
  • Comprehensive computer skills – MS Office, MS Project, ASTA
What you will get in return:
  • The opportunity to work with continually growing team on interesting varied schemes in a dynamic and expanding business
  • Competitive rate
  • The opportunity for a long-term contract which can further develop in to other opportunities with the business

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