Site Engineer - HS2


An exciting role has come up for a Site Engineer to work for a main joint venture on HS2 in Birmingham.

Description of Activities to be undertaken

  • Planning during pre-construction phase
  • Ensure timely delivery and sign off for CDM Control Points in advance of works
  • Review and approve SSOWs, Plans etc
  • Co-ordinate subcontractors TM requirements, permit to dig and other Fusion services
  • Supervise construction activities
  • Subcontractor management - all aspects
  • Attend weekly & monthly meetings as required by the Site Agent, reporting and assisting project controls function.
  • Liaise with Area Wide Coordinator within the sector to coordinate the interface between packages and MWCC scope.
  • Participate in design reviews to ensure understanding and then ensuring the works are constructed in accordance with the design.
  • Promote safety culture and ensure the compliance of the H&S requirements by the team and the supply chain.
  • Promote a quality culture and ensure that compliance of the WI requirements are met and recorded.
  • Liaise with the JVs Functional Departments to achieve the work package objectives.
  • Provide support to the Commercial Team with the information of Commercial notifications (EWNs, CENs, CEs & GN)
  • Liaise with L & P to understand land access issues for the relevant package.
  • Review and approve, support and monitor Subcontractor’s Permit to Break Ground and other permits relating to services.
  • Coordinate Traffic Management requirements for the works package, including supporting the Consent applications.
  • Embed, manage, co-ordinate and discharge U&A commitments.
  • Support the subcontractor to determine and deliver their U&A commitments
  • Report on U&A compliance and discharge to the Integration Manager/ U&A Manager
  • Ensure any evidence required for U&A compliance is collated for each site in an appropriate manner
  • Audit Subcontractor U&A compliance
  • Understand the process, evidence and documentation required to facilitate Completion.
  • Be aware of the Code of Construction Practice and the Environmental Minimum Standards and how they apply while delivering works.

Minimum Qualifications Needed for Role

  • Degree in Civil Engineering or similar
  • CSCS Card
  • Experience of all activities involved in new/existing road construction

If this position is for you then please don't hesitate to contact me on 01844212058 for an informal chat or drop me an email with any questions you might have to

Alternatively if this position isn't for you but you think you know someone who might be suitable , then we offer a £500 referral fee (T's and C's apply).