• Shift Engineer

  • Other
  • Permanent - Full Time Hours
  • United Kingdom
  • London
  • Details on request
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    A shift engineer would be able to be technically responsible for a civil engineering project. They would help to manage and supervise technician and works on site.

    Responsibilities

    • Raises Non Conformance Report (NCR) for all non conformances and reports potential non-conformances
    • Produces Inspection and Test Plans (ITP) that correctly interpret the specified quality requirements
    • Implements the Inspection and Test Plan (ITP) and the Request for Witness and Approval (RWA) procedures
    • Collates and files quality records for potential inclusion in quality assurance documentation
    • Carries out quality control checks using internal check sheets where appropriate
    • Applies the company and external technical information to help achieve the specified quality requirements
    • Adopts and promotes a culture of “right first time”
    • Produce method statements and risk assessments to be approved by supervising engineers
    • Know the company procedures and statutory regulations relating to environmental and waste management issues. Carry out necessary monitoring under the guidance of others
    • Provides dimensional control for a section of the works
    • Ensures that appropriate as built surveys are undertaken, correctly recorded and communicated
    • Checks dimension design data early, raising technical queries to eliminate delays from insufficient information
    • Manages the survey equipment ensuring it is suitable for the works and in calibration
    • Files and maintains the engineer’s drawings and specifications so that the current information is always presented to them
    • Marks up drawings & specifications with any changes referencing the documentation that verifies the change
    • Interprets and abstracts construction information from the drawings and specification and provides this to the supervisors and operatives in a clear and understandable way using sketches
    • Measures materials usage and provides quantity information for preparation of material call off / requisitions
    • Carries out on site testing of materials, products, plant and systems as required by their role
    • Reads and understands method statements and makes sure that site operations follow these methods accurately reporting any variances to supervisors and his supervising engineer
    • Produces sketches and drawings to clarify methods and construction sequences
    • Takes on the role of temporary works inspector for standard temporary works they are involved with
    • Makes sure that temporary works on their section are identified and the temporary works procedure is applied to them
    • Interrogate design information and determine if there are sufficient details to construct the works. Raise relevant documentation (e.g. TIEs, TQs, CVIs, etc) with assistance from supervising engineers / managers, to resolve discrepancies and anomalies detected
    • Effective communication of technical information to the workforce and liaison with functions/support services within the project team in a timely & accurate manner
    • Provide feedback to supervising engineers / managers on the effectiveness of materials, specialist contractors, plant and designers being used on site
    • Preparation of basic calculations/drawings/sketche

     

    Proven experience of working with tunnelling / concrete structures and civil engineering/building construction , Marine works experience desirable

     

     

    Town/city:

    London

    Country:

    United Kingdom

     

    Job type:

    Permanent

    Hours:

    Full-Time

    Contracted Hours:

    40

    Salary:

    Competitive

    Application deadline:

    10 October 2017

    Start date:

    Flexible