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TWC Assistant

  • Salary: £30000 - £45000 per annum + plus benefits
  • Location: London
  • Job type: Permanent
  • Sector: Civil Engineering/Infrastructure
  • Job reference: 389177RMA

Job description

My client, a main contractor who are known for delivering large multi-disciplinary projects, require a temporary works coordinator assistant to work on a major rail infrastructure project in London.

Job summary

To assist the (Area) Temporary Works Coordinator (TWC) leads in all aspects of the design, including coordination, submission, compliance, programming and management of design, engineering and assurance, maintaining and updating the Temporary Works Procedure (WI300).

The Temporary Works Coordinator is responsible for fulfilling the Construction Partner's responsibilities under BS5975 and the Employer's Temporary Works Procedure. The Temporary Works Coordinator will make sure that the Project Temporary Works procedure complies with:

  1. HS2 Temporary Works Procedure (HS2-HS2-CV-PRO-000-000001 Latest revision P04)
  2. BS 5975:2019 'Code of practice for Temporary Works procedures and the permissible stress design of falsework',
  • BSI PAS 8811 'Temporary works - Major infrastructure client procedures - Code of practice'
  1. HS2 Technical Standard - Temporary Works (HS2‐HS2‐CV‐STD‐000‐000005)

Temporary Works Supervisors, Designers and Checkers will be appointed as and when required by the Designated Individual and/or the TWC in accordance with the Temporary Works Procedure.

The TWC has appropriate authority to perform the role effectively; this will include authority to stop work if it is not being carried out satisfactorily.

Technical competencies

  1. Have excellent communication skills (including briefings) in English, both written and verbal and the ability to report at both Project and Board level.
  2. Ability to manage teams of people in a multi-disciplinary environment. Excellent organisational skills and the ability to plan and manage own time.
  3. A good working knowledge of the:
  4. Health & Safety at Work Act 1974,
  5. Construction Health, Safety and Welfare Regulations 1996
  6. Construction Design and Management Regulations 2015
  7. Management of health & Safety at Work Regulations 1999 and other relevant legislation

Behavioural competencies

Fulfils HS2 values, behaviours and Core Competencies:

  • Engages with a wide range of colleagues and stakeholders in pursuit of objectives
  • Communicates confidently with a range of people, communication style to have a positive impact
  • Drives results by striving to achieve challenging goals, demonstrating resilience and perseverance in the face of adversity
  • Demonstrates commitment to developing own and others professional and industry knowledge
  • Demonstrates sound analytical ability, appreciating complex issues and situations
  • Demonstrates flexibility in thought and approach, managing multiple competing demands within the wider strategic context

Qualifications, Certifications & Experience

  1. Experience within a similar role within an appropriately sized engineering organisation.
  2. Educated to Degree or higher level or equivalent in a numerate discipline, typically Engineering discipline (or related). A lower educational level, typically HNC or HND, may be acceptable where a very significant level of experience in a senior technical engineering role can be demonstrated.
  3. Membership of an appropriate Professional body, typically a member of the Institution of Civil Engineers or an international equivalent professional status.

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