Temporary Works Coordinator

West Yorkshire
£400 to £425/day neg. PAYE Umbrella

A long term, inside IR35, opportunity exists on an iconic rail project in West Yorkshire for a career civil/rail Temporary Works Coordinator. Your experience in assisting the site delivery teams with the processing of design briefs on heavy civil engineering projects which include, in particular, RC structures (not RC frames)  as well as working platforms, haul roads, formwork, culverts, propping, site fencing, excavations, concrete and outrigger foundations, lifting operations and slope stability is advantageous.


Duties include but not limited to - 

  • Attending meetings with the site team to determine most suitable construction methodology and solution.
  • Process the design briefs and ensure all the required information is passed on to the Designers.
  • Attend regular Temporary Works design review meetings to monitor progress on the designs to ensure they will be available for use when the site team needs them.
  • Ensure that those responsible for on-site supervision/construction receive full design details with significant risks and design limitations are highlighted.
  • Attend regular Temporary Works Co-ordinator meetings to gain an overview on what work is ongoing on the project and be able to assist in other work areas if required.
  • Check the implementation and maintenance of the works.
  • Ensure TW documentation is adequately maintained within the site management systems.
  • Register or record the drawings, calculations and other relevant documents relating to the final design.
  • Ensure the successful demobilisation of the temporary works.
  • Ensure fully TW control including permits to load and deload
  • Evaluate and appoint TW Supervisors



Requirements for this position - 

  • Civil/Structural Engineering qualification preferred.
  • Experience as career TWC on major Civils projects for tier one Principal Civil Engineering Contractors.
  • Have sufficient knowledge and experience to liaise with the designers to ensure they provide what the site team is expecting.
  • Above average knowledge of “Civ 003” Network Rail standards as well as the Assurance process.
  • Must have completed a CITB or similar accredited TWC course recently.
  • PTS, AP and rail experience is preferred but not essential. 
  • CSCS, SMSTS and First Aid.


If you are interested in this opportunity, then kindly lodge your CV here now to be considered.