Assistant Site Engineer

Position: Assistant Site Engineer

Location: Leicestershire

Salary Guide: £25,000 (Guide Salary)

Our client is a Tier 1 D&B Contractor operating predominately in the water industry, who have been awarded a programme of work to deliver non-infrastructure projects for Severn Trent Water.

They are looking to recruit an Assistant Site Engineer based on a large project near Melton Mowbray where you will be providing setting out and quality control services to ensure that the contract works are constructed to the specification

Key responsibilities:

  • Ensure all works are carried out in accordance with CDM Regulations and compliance with the Company safe working practices.
  • Assist in the preparation of construction programmes, preparation of Method Statements, Action Plans and Risk Assessments.
  • Setting out the works.
  • Checking site work to ensure compliance with the specification and drawings.
  • Agreement of site measurements and records with the client’s staff.
  • Assist in maintaining drawing files, drawing register and site filling system.
  • Liaise with the design department to ensure updated information is always used.
  • Taking off quantities from drawings for measurement purposes and to assist in the preparation of requisitions.
  • Assist in the preparation of the construction completion documentation.
  • Ensure that the works are constructed to a good quality in line with the specification.
  • Ensure that the required quality records are maintained.
  • Produce data as required to facilitate accurate reporting for inclusion in Management Reports as requested by the site/project manager. Including monthly SMQSE reports, Improve It reports, NCR reports, accident reports and waste returns.

Skills, Experience and Qualifications:

  • BTEC National or HNC in Civil Engineering/Construction
  • Levelling & Surveying experience (using total stations & automatic level)

Site Manager – Water

Position: Site Manager

Location: Oswestry

Salary: £45-55k (neg DOE), car/allowance and excellent benefits

The Role:

Our client is a large engineering company who operate predominately in the water industry. They have been awarded a prestigious contract with United Utilities to deliver a refurbishment and upgrade project for one of their clean water treatment works located in Oswestry. This is a £180m project and one of the largest schemes being delivered in the UK for AMP7.

In this role you will report to the Senior Site Manager and help to lead and direct the site team to coordinate the safe management of all operational activities on the project ensuring HSQE, programme and budget requirements are met.

Responsibilities:

  • Manage, supervise and mentor the site team as appropriate
  • Adopt, maintain and promote cost conscious management through efficient use of all resources
  • Ensure realistic scheme programmes are prepared, reviewed and updated
  • Ensure method statements and risk assessments are prepared, reviewed, briefed and updated
  • Ensure all “as constructed” records are provided to the CDMC for inclusion within the Health and Safety File in a timely manner following scheme completion, helping to ensure all project KPI`s and KPM`s are achieved

Experience:

  • Recognised Civil Engineering and Site Management Qualifications
  • Health, Safety and Environmental Management (IOSH or Construction Managers Safety Certificate)
  • CSCS Site Manager (Min)
  • First Aid at Work
  • Experience in the Water/Wastewater Treatment Industry

Package includes:

  • A competitive salary
  • Car/car allowance (subject to role and level of position)
  • 25 days holiday + Bank Holidays (with an additional 5 days available to buy)
  • Contribution Pension scheme
  • Life Assurance, Health Insurance and Private medical Insurance

Key Words:

Site Manager

Site Management

Construction Manager

Construction Management

Civil Engineering

Water Treatment

Water Sector

Water Industry

Wastewater

Sewage

United Utilities

Severn Trent Water

Welsh Water

CDM

Health & Safety

Project Delivery

SMSTS

IOSH

CSCS

Senior Site Manager – Water

Position: Senior Site Manager

Location: Oswestry

Salary: £55-65k (neg DOE), car/allowance and excellent benefits package

The Role:

Our client is a Tier 1 D&B Contractor who operate predominately in the water industry. They have been awarded a prestigious contract with United Utilities to deliver a refurbishment and upgrade project for one of their clean water treatment works located in Oswestry. This is a £180m project and one of the largest schemes being delivered in the UK for AMP7.

They are looking to recruit a Senior Site Manager for this project, where you will manage the Health, Safety, Environmental and Sustainability with responsibility for CDM for managing compliance for all delivered construction work within a designated team. Managing the local construction delivery team to ensure all construction activities are provided in compliance with the scheme deliverables, you’ll drive a culture of zero accidents and zero defects to meet the Delivery Milestones to provide the best service.

Key responsibilities:

  • Lead and manage site construction team to deliver the project within approved budget and to an agreed time frame; facilitate project construction kick off meeting and lead health checks.
  • Responsible for the performance of Tier 2 suppliers in relation to Safety, Time and Quality including approving RAMS ensuring they are appropriate and adequate.
  • Take the lead with Constructability Reviews, Project Rehearsal and Fit for Assembly sign-off which drives outperformance and innovation where possible.
  • Drive a focus on zero waste and reducing embodied carbon within construction activities.
  • Ensure that the site teams are raising the relevant contractual and commercial notices to the rest of the Project Team in a timely manner.
  • Work with the Lead Construction Manager to establish long term and short term resource needs (labour, plant and materials).
  • Ensure full H&S compliance is achieved where the team feel safe everyday and have the confidence and autonomy to raise safety concerns.
  • Adopt, maintain and promote cost conscious management through efficient use of all resources.
  • Ensure realistic scheme programmes are prepared, reviewed and updated.
  • Ensure method statements and risk assessments are prepared, reviewed, briefed and updated.

Skills, Experience and Qualifications:

  • Experience of managing operational resources in a fast-paced water industry environment.
  • Recognised Civil or Construction Management Qualifications
  • Site Management Safety Training Scheme
  • Health, Safety and Environmental Management (IOSH or Construction Managers Safety Certificate)
  • CSCS Card (Black minimum)

Package includes:

  • A competitive salary
  • Car/car allowance (subject to role and level of position)
  • 25 days holiday + Bank Holidays (with an additional 5 days available to buy)
  • Contribution Pension scheme
  • Life Assurance
  • Health Insurance
  • Private medical Insurance
  • And many more benefits including – cycle to work scheme, discounts and savings Hub, kids pass etc.

Key Words:

Site Manager

Site Management

Construction Manager

Construction Management

Civil Engineering

Water Treatment

Water Sector

Water Industry

Wastewater

Sewage

United Utilities

Severn Trent Water

Welsh Water

CDM

Health & Safety

Project Delivery

SMSTS

IOSH

CSCS

Site Manager – Water

Position: Site Manager – Water

Location: Derbyshire (S33 0BE)

Salary Guide: £50k (Neg DOE) Plus Car/Allowance and Package

Our client is a Tier 1 D&B Contractor operating predominately in the water industry, who have been awarded a programme of work to deliver non-infrastructure projects for Severn Trent Water.

They are looking to recruit a Site Manager to oversee the timely delivery of all construction activity carried out on one of their key projects on a water treatment works. You will manage the Health, Safety, Environmental and Sustainability with responsibility for CDM, managing compliance for all delivered construction work within a designated team. Managing the local construction delivery team to ensure all construction activities are provided in compliance with the scheme deliverables, you’ll drive a culture of zero accidents and zero defects to meet the Delivery Milestones to provide the best service.

Key responsibilities:

  • Lead and manage site construction team to deliver the project within approved budget and to an agreed time frame; facilitate project construction kick off meeting and lead health checks.
  • Responsible for the performance of tier 2 suppliers in relation to Safety, Time and Quality including approving RAMS ensuring they are appropriate and adequate.
  • Take the lead with Constructability Reviews, Project Rehearsal and Fit for Assembly sign-off which drives outperformance and innovation where possible.
  • Drive a focus on zero waste and reducing embodied carbon within construction activities.
  • Ensure that the site teams are raising the relevant contractual and commercial notices to the rest of the Project Team in a timely manner.
  • Work with the Lead Construction Manager to establish long term and short-term resource needs (labour, plant and materials).
  • Ensure full H&S compliance is achieved where the team feel safe every day and have the confidence and autonomy to raise safety concerns.
  • Adopt, maintain and promote cost conscious management through efficient use of all resources.
  • Ensure realistic scheme programmes are prepared, reviewed and updated.
  • Ensure method statements and risk assessments are prepared, reviewed, briefed and updated.

Skills, Experience and Qualifications:

  • Experience of managing operational resources in a fast-paced water industry environment.
  • Recognised Civil, Construction Management, Mechanical or Electrical Engineering Qualifications
  • Site Management Safety Training Scheme (SMSTS)
  • Health, Safety and Environmental Management (IOSH or Construction Managers Safety Certificate)

CSCS Card

Package includes:

  • A competitive salary
  • Car/car allowance (subject to role and level of position)
  • 25 days holiday + Bank Holidays (with an additional 5 days available to buy)
  • Contribution Pension scheme
  • Life Assurance
  • Health Insurance
  • Private medical Insurance
  • And many more benefits including – cycle to work scheme, discounts and savings Hub, kids pass etc.

Key Words:

Site Manager

Site Management

Construction Manager

Construction Management

Construction

Site Supervisor

Site Supervision

Water Industry

Water Sector

Water Treatment

Wastewater

Waste Water

Sewage

Health & Safety

CDM

RAMS

Civil

Civils

Mechanical

Electrical

M&E

SMSTS

CSCS

Project/Engineering Administrator

Position: Project/Engineering Administrator

Location: Beckton, East London

Salary: £20,000 – £25,000 (DOE), Plus Excellent Benefits Package

The Role:

Our client is a large engineering company who operate predominately in the water industry. They have been awarded a contract with Thames Water to design, build and refurbish their water treatment plants.

They are recruiting for a Project Administrator to work within the Engineering team, providing support to a designated programme of work. You will produce, develop, facilitate, coordinate, and monitor a range of technical delivery schedules and administration across the project lifecycle.

Responsibilities:

  • Support the production of meeting presentations, reports and issuing of Land Entry Notices by liaising with internal and external teams/organisations
  • Assist the Engineering team in scoping survey requirements and liaison with the Survey Co-ordination Team
  • Support the Technical Managers and Lead Technical Managers in the administrative elements of their roles, such as customer surveys and communication of team updates and achievements
  • Establish areas of administrative process improvements and implement these enhancements to increase output
  • Assist the engineers in producing key public relations communications to ensure customer awareness and satisfaction is as high as possible
  • Record and submit carbon usage for the team; assess and understand areas where carbon reduction or efficiency can be achieved
  • Collaborate with other Team Coordinators to create a community where knowledge and processes sharing is encouraged

Experience:

Demonstrable experience of taking responsibility for administration and reporting outputs and be accustomed to working in collaborative teams. You’ll show passion for developing your career in an engineering environment to compliment your strong administrative skills.

Showcasing strong organisational and prioritising skills to complement your enthusiasm, you’ll enjoy working with a number of people and teams to build relationships. Using your strong IT skills, you’ll be confident in producing reports and analysis to aid decision making.

Electrical Project Engineer – Water

Position: Electrical Project Engineer – Water

Location: Yorkshire Water Region

Salary Guide: £40,000 – £55,000 (DOE) Plus Car Allowance and Excellent Benefits

Our client is a Tier 1 D&B Contractor operating predominately in the water industry, who are delivering a number of water and wastewater non-infrastructure projects for Yorkshire Water and they are recruiting for an Electrical Project Engineer to successfully deliver all electrical requirements across the project portfolio throughout the Southern Yorkshire region .

Role overview:

  • Contribute to delivering Yorkshire Water goals by ensuring that all electrical equipment and components are installed in compliance with BS7671. Carry out NICEIC Qualified Supervisor duties.
  • Implement robust electrical design, manufacture and installation quality management to achieve “right first time”. Closely monitor the progress of off and onsite activities to ensure delivery against agreed programmes and budgets.
  • Establish and maintain trusting and effective relationships with Yorkshire Water Operations and other stakeholders, delivering excellent customer service throughout project delivery.
  • Undertake factory inspections and quality audits and ensuring the highest level of quality and customer satisfaction for all electrical installations.
  • Display a sound knowledge of sustainable construction solutions and manage engineering activities that contribute to sustainable development.
  • Work with the consultant designer and the supply chain to optimise the benefits of using digital tools and expertise to integrate our off and on site delivery approach.
  • Use the BIM model to ensure that electrical designs and installations are fully integrated with the civils and mechanical designs.
  • Placement and administration of sub-contracts and material orders relating to Electrical equipment. Preparation for, vetting and approval of supplier’s proposals and designs in accordance with specified requirements.
  • Supervise electrical installation works ensuring health and safety, technical and quality compliance.
  • Develop logical and accurate electrical works programmes and integrate with overall project plan.
  • Report on electrical works programme and cost performance and attend project production meetings.
  • Develop quality assurance plans and maintain quality assurance records in accordance with the Company’s and Thames Water’s documented requirement.
  • Assisting Commissioning Engineers for loop testing and pre-commissioning electrical checks.

Skills/Experience Required:

  • Excellent interpersonal skills and ability to communicate with a range of people.
  • Excellent knowledge of control panel design, cable sizing/calculations and instrumentation.
  • Strong analytical, problem-solving and organisational skills who can multi-task and consistently meet challenging deadlines.
  • An appreciation of MMC, Lean Construction, Agile Programme Management, Production Thinking and other techniques that assure programme, cost and quality performance.
  • Programme focused with an ability to plan and organise resources both off and on site to deliver on time and in full.
  • Minimum HNC qualified in an electrical engineering subject
  • Commercially astute.
  • IT literacy
  • BIM/digital experience

Desirable:

  • ICA skills
  • Professional qualification
  • Experience of both pre-production and production electrical project engineering

Benefits Package:

  • Competitive salary
  • Car allowance
  • 26 days annual leave (with the opportunity to buy or sell up to 3 days holiday)
  • Private medical insurance for yourself (with the option to buy family cover)
  • Life Assurance
  • Defined contribution pension scheme matched up to 8%
  • 2 days volunteering opportunities
  • Flexible, agile or remote working
  • Employee Assistance Programme
  • Professional membership fees
  • Flexible Benefits scheme which includes the opportunity to purchase benefits such as:
    • Critical illness insurance (with option to purchase for your partner)
    • Dental Insurance
    • Travel insurance
    • Bike to work scheme
    • Retail vouchers/payroll giving/activity pass for top leisure attractions

Mechanical Maintenance Engineer

Position: Mechanical Maintenance Engineer

Location: Southwark, London

Salary: £40k (plus £3k per year for night shift allowance) plus benefits

25 days of holiday and paid sick leave

Excellent benefits as well as employee discounts and company pension scheme

Wide range of training and development opportunities

Learning new continuous improvement maintenance techniques

Access to employee support services to assist with mental health and financial wellbeing as well as a company physiotherapist.

Opportunity to work with a world leader in waste management solutions

Hours: 40 hours per week (plus paid overtime when required).

Shift Pattern:

Monday to Friday, Rotating Shifts, 6am to 2pm, 2pm to 10pm, overtime may be required at weekends

OR

Monday to Friday, Permanent Night Shift, 10pm to 6am, overtime may be required at weekends

Our Client: Is the UK leader in Environmental Solutions. They offer services and expertise in waste, water and energy management helping to build a more sustainable future. As a global organisation, their work focuses on delivering simple but innovative solutions to preserving natural resources, reducing pollution and protecting our environment.

The Site: As part of a 25-year waste management contract our client has constructed an Integrated Waste Management Facility in Southwark. The facility includes a Materials Recovery Facility and a Mechanical Biological Treatment facility, a public Reuse and Recycling Centre and an Education and Visitor Centre.

Materials Recovery Facility

The MRF is one of the most advanced recycling facilities in Europe. All materials collected for recycling from homes across the borough are processed at this plant before being sent off to manufacturers to turn the recycled raw materials into new products.

Mechanical Biological Treatment

The MBT plant processes waste not suitable for recycling. It uses a combination of mechanical and biological processes to sort the waste: the mechanical element comprises an automatic segregation system to separate some recyclable materials from the mixed waste, such as metals or glass.

The biological element seeks to remove moisture from the waste before breaking down the organic, biodegradable components by way of a composting-like process to create fuel for energy recovery

The Role: Our Client is looking for an individual that is looking to advance their career in the Waste Management sector and gain industry-leading experience in a thriving and supportive workplace. The Maintenance Engineer will deliver the plant’s maintenance strategy through preventative maintenance and continuous improvement.

Duties: Schedule the maintenance aspects of the plant, by reducing disruption to operations and maximising uptime and availability.

Carry out planned and reactive maintenance work in a heavy industrial environment.

Prevent plant breakdowns by ensuring the Planned Preventative Maintenance (PPM) is carried out and is optimal.

Manage inventory and spare parts in line with approved systems.

Analyse causes of unscheduled downtime and drive continuous improvement projects.

Liaise with contractors and third parties to organise specialist maintenance works.

Implement risk assessments for maintenance activities.

Work with engineers and provide leadership to fitters’ mates and apprentices.

Experience: Level 3 NVQ Mechanical Engineering or equivalent.

Trade qualified in MIG and arc welding techniques.

Experience working with electrical, hydraulics, pneumatics and material handling equipment.

Maintenance experience in a fast-paced production process environment.

Experience working with material handling equipment in fast paced production lines including conveyors, baling equipment, low voltage equipment, motors, material handling equipment, plant auxiliaries, hydraulics, pneumatics, mechanical and optical separation, magnetic and Eddy current separation technology.

Excellent time-management and organisational skills.

Lanesra and our client are committed to creating a diverse and inclusive environment and are proud to be an equal opportunity employers. All applicants meeting the minimum criteria for the role will receive consideration for employment without regard to age, gender or gender expression, disability, race or ethnicity, religion or belief, sexual orientation, or veteran status.

Key Words:

Mechanical Engineer

Mechanical Engineering

Maintenance

Waste Management

Materials Recovery

Recycling

Biological Treatment

MBT

MRF

Material Handling

Production Lines

Conveyors

Baling Equipment

Balers

Hydraulics

Pneumatics

Site Manager – Water

Site Manager – Water

Location: Lichfield, Staffs

Salary: £45-55k (neg DOE), Car/allowance and excellent benefits package

The Company: Works in partnership and collaboration with their customers to deliver major built environment and critical national infrastructure projects across the UK.

Their specialist engineering and construction teams bring multi-sector innovation and technical skill, from building and highways to large-scale water networks and treatment plants.

Through their unique offering, providing services from feasibility and design to construction and handover, their Water business provides Full Asset Lifecycle Thinking across their projects in both the clean and wastewater environments. They ensure they support their customers with innovative outcome-based solutions and an exceptional experience.

The company delivers infrastructure and non-infrastructure projects for 10 of the largest national water sector companies.

The Role: Reporting to the Project Manager supporting the Project Delivery Team, you will be involved in the site management of Mechanical, Electrical and Civil installation schemes of a large clean water project, job value circa £20m+.

Responsibilities: Preparation and sign off of all relevant documentation prior to the commencement of the installation phase of contracts, including:

Site Management Plans

Risk Assessments and Method Statements for activities being undertaken by directly employed resources

Reviewing and approval of subcontractors site documentation including:

Risk Assessments and Method Statements

Installation programmes

Test and Inspection documentation

Management and control of all site activities ensuring that all work is undertaken in a safe and timely manner in accordance with all Safety, Health and Environmental legislation, all relevant contractual timescales and all relevant contract specifications.

Liaison with the client’s engineering and operational staff to ensure all KPI’s are met or exceeded.

Work alongside the Contract Engineer and Planner to regularly review the progress of the works ensuring that adherence to the contract programme dates are maintained. This will include the preparation and maintenance of fortnightly look ahead programmes.

Ensure all required site documentation is completed, including:

Daily diary sheets

Daily allocation sheets

Records of delays and changes, including the financial implications

All relevant Safety, Health and Environmental documentation

Records in respect of Subcontractor progress and performance

Undertake Site Inductions and regular Tool-Box Talks for all resources visiting and working on the site.

Ensure that site costs are monitored and controlled.

Preparation of progress reports as required.

Attendance at site visits/meetings.

Coordination and liaison with suppliers, specialist sub-contractors, in-house functions, site installation and construction teams.

Preparation of material & plant requisitions

Experience: An industry applicable qualification in an engineering (mechanical, electrical, ICA, MEICA or civil) or construction discipline (Degree/HND/HNC/ONC/C&G/NVQ)

Demonstrable experience of working within the water and/or wastewater/sewage industries

Relevant H&S qualifications (IOSH or CITB 5 Day Site Safety Management (SMSTS), a relevant CSCS card and First Aid training)

Working knowledge of Microsoft packages

Self-motivation

A high level of diplomacy and tact, and customer focused

Strong team player but also able to work as an individual

Ability to prioritise a varied workload and demonstrate good time management to comply with deadlines

Able to work in a busy environment under pressure

Excellent communication skills (email/phone/face to face)

Possess a “can do” attitude and provide to support to other members of the team as required

Key Words:

Site Manager

Site Management

Electrical

Mechanical

Civil

Construction

MEICA

ICA

M&E

Water Treatment

Water Industry

Water Sector

Wastewater

Waste Water

Sewage

Clean Water

Risk Assessments

Method Statements

RAMS

Site Documentation

Health & Safety

H&S

SMSTS

CSCS