Sub Agent

We have an exciting opportunity to work on a Large Major Civil Engineering project for a Tier 1 Contractor leading the £1.9bn project.
The six-year construction programme will start in March on the latest phase of the £1bn LPT2 project which will see 32.5km of tunnel built to house electricity transmission cables 30 metres underground.
The new cables will replace three circuits that currently run under the surface of roads between Wimbledon in the southwest to Crayford in the southeast.

They require a Sub Agent to join the team for this project on a permanent basis.
The successful candidate will have a proven track record of working on large civils schemes, major projects background, either within heavy civils, tunnelling, earthworks, highways or rail infrastructure.
  • Get involved in the planning and monitoring of your section of works
  • Managing the Construction Phase Plan
  • Build Relationships with your team and client
  • Be aware of responsibilities from the HSEQ policies
  • Implement Inspection test plans and monitor Maintain accurate wastage reports and keep the Agent, Sub Agent and Quantity Surveyor informed of your findings
  • Carry out spot checks personally to ensure that the systems are on track and give praise/warnings to team members where necessary
  • Encourage any interest in engineering by taking time out to explain in more detail
  • Communicate regularly about work on your section with all members of your team especially the foreman
  • Ensure employees, have received adequate training and information about the activity they are required to undertake
Required Qualifications / Expertise:
  • MEng/BEng/Foundation Degree/BTEC/ Degree in Civil Engineering
  • CSCS
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.