Section Engineer

Our client requires a Section Engineer to join their Station Redevelopment project in North London.
The purpose of the project is the design and construction of Tottenham Hale Station Upgrade including step-free access works new footbridges, fit out, ticket line improvements and associated civils works.  This is a London Underground project but the station is adjacent to the NR mainline station which acts as a connection for the Stansted Express from Liverpool Street.
Responsibilities as Section Engineer:
act as the main technical adviser on a construction site for subcontractors, craftspeople and operatives within your area of responsibility.
develop safe systems of work, method statements and quality documentation; ITPs, QRPs and the like.
produce, monitor and control budgets for sections of work scope.
ensure that all materials used and work performed are in accordance with the specifications
oversee the selection and requisition of materials
manage, monitor and interpret the contract design documents
liaise with any consultants, subcontractors, supervisors, planners, quantity surveyors and the general workforce involved in the project
attending regular progress meetings to inform the wider team
carry out day-to-day management of the site, including supervising and monitoring the site labour force, junior site engineers and the work of any subcontractors in area of responsibility
plan the work and efficiently organise the plant and site facilities in order to meet agreed deadlines
oversee quality control and health and safety matters on site
prepare reports as required
resolve any unexpected technical difficulties and other problems that may arise.
Required Qualifications / Expertise:
MEng/BEng/Foundation Degree/BTEC/ Degree in Civil Engineering

About the Company/Project:
The client is a worldwide Building & Civil Engineering Contractor, established in 1990 in the UK. Their core focus is on delivering complex infrastructure projects but also cover engineering, mining and services extensively, with highways, rail, heavy civil engineering and infrastructure schemes forming the bulk of their workload.