Section Manager (Strucutres)

6243
Midlands
Permanent
Up to £73,000 a year + Package

Carmichael are currently looking for a section manager to work with a Tier 1 contractor on the HS2 line in Birmingham. 

You will be managing a team of site engineers, supervisory staff, plant teams and specialist subcontractors. You will be responsible for a section of works including RC Piers, viaducts, foundations, retaining walls and river diversions. 

 

What you'll be doing

  • Managing targets and monitoring performance of Key Performance Indicators in line with the project objectives

  • Taking a lead of Health and Safety changes with the team and supply chain and implanting a culture for change when required

  • Keeping up to date with changes in legislation and making sure this information is communicated to the team effectively

  • Participating in the delivery, control and validation of Structures Permanent and Temporary Works Design and its coordination within the design of the Section

  • Ensuring the technical and contractual requirements are compliant, especially with regards to Health & Safety and Environment

  • Managing the resources allocated to the Works Section and identifying opportunity for development and training

  • Conducting site audits and coordinating the implementation of quality assurance and control plans for self-delivery activities, subcontractors and suppliers

  • Coordinating the overall Handover Documentation and Procedures for Section

  • Actively participating and reporting progress in the weekly team leader and project review meetings to review strategic performance on site

  • Managing subcontractors and suppliers and advising on commercial aspects / preferred attendances and operational risks

 

About You: 

  • Degree or HNC in civil engineering or equivalent work experience 
  • Previous experience as an agent or managing teams of engineers and staff
  • Previous experience working on projects in utilities, earthworks, heavy structures or drainage on a major construction project