Site Engineer

West Midlands
Permanent
£33,000 - £35,000 + package
Site Engineer, Structures: M42 J5
About the project:
  • Construction of a new 2.4km dual carriageway connecting the M42 and A45 near Birmingham Airport
  • Six new bridges, several retaining walls and a pedestrian underpass
  • Demolishing one existing bridge over M42 and several gantries
  • Constructing new gantries over the M42 and A45
  • Modifications to existing road networks
Role description:
  • You will be a Site Engineer for the construction of two bridges over the M42 at the new Junction 5A. These works will involve establishing a compound, assembly of two bridge decks offline, bored piling, reinforced soil foundations, reinforced concrete works, lifting operations and installing the two bridge decks using Self-Propelled Modular Transporters (SPMTs) during a possession of the M42 motorway.
  • You will be supported by the Section Engineer (among others). You are expected to take ownership of the site works of the section, contributing to planning the works and ensuring that the works are constructed in accordance with the design and contract scopes 
 
Required Qualifications & Skills:
  • Degree level qualification in a Civil Engineering allied subject or HND in Civil Engineering and vocational training in Engineering
  • Effective written and verbal communication skills to diverse audiences.
  • Knowledge and understanding of engineering principles.
  • Working towards or in possession of Professional Industry Qualification (IEng, CEng etc.).
  • Competence with digital tools.
  • Formal training in Health & Safety and Environmental management (SMSTS)
  • Relevant CSCS Card
  • Setting and experience using engineering surveying tools.
  • Driving licence
 
Preferred experience
The following areas of experience would be beneficial to you performing this role.
  • Excavation works (HSG47, CAT & Genny scanning)
  • Concrete works (prior experience as a site-based engineer).
  • Structural steelwork (prior experience as a site-based engineer).