The Site Manager will work in close coordination with the assigned Project Manager to ensure that all technical, Safety, integration and regulatory requirements are fully verified and complied with. The key objectives of the role are: • Day to day management of the site operatives, subcontractors and site works to ensure Siemens and customer processes are being adhered to. • Development and maintenance of the safety documentation such as Construction Phase Plan, Emergency Response plan, RAMS and Site Quality Plan. • Supervision of all temporary works. • Execute the Site Management Role from site establishment and pre-mobilisation on site and throughout the on-site delivery phase ensuring that all coordination/integration and on-site technical verifications are undertaken and recorded at each quality gate and milestone of the programme. • Manage seamless on site integration with the client and other contractors through all stages of the on-site programme. • Provide leadership to the on-site team and manage the safe implementation of the on-site installation to meet programme and set targets and objectives to site teams. • Ensure full implementation of Quality Assurance and Audit procedure throughout the project. • Oversee subcontract and supplier on site performance, coordinate and record all quality, technical inspections and HSE activities and compliance. • Support the project team in achieving compliance with the Clients project requirements and meeting the operational, contract and business objectives of the project. • Manage daily on site activities and liaise with subcontractors and other third parties. Assume full site management responsibility for all on site activities and personnel. Responsibilities and Activities include but are not limited to: 1) Set up and manage site lines of on-site communication with client representatives, third party subcontractors and suppliers. 2) Implement on site integration kick off meeting to verify and record fully aligned construction drawings and schedules. 3) Carry out daily site reviews with Installation teams and/or project engineer as required and record any deviations or risks with mitigating actions for tracking at weekly progress/coordination meetings. 4) Check preceding works in accordance with approved design and standards. 5) Conduct and minute TP163 weekly meetings. 6) Set up and manage on site documentation and job file records in accordance with Siemens Company procedures and the Clients specific requirements. 7) Carry out full review of procurement call off schedule against programme and implement tracker for weekly review with the pre-construction team. Monitor Procurement schedule against site programme. 8) Lead and record pre-start meetings with installation subcontractors on site. 9) Work with the project Manager and Planner to develop and maintain programmes of works. 10) Manage, control and report on site progress. 11) Implement weekly/daily resource allocation process. 12) Hold regular (weekly) progress and coordination meetings with subcontractors and take ownership of detailed action plans. 13) Take responsibility for the management and implementation of on-site quality and technical inspections, implement fully recorded technical checks in accordance with applicable site testing and inspection requirements. 14) Take full responsibility for the implementation of the site safety management procedures. 15) Implement and manage all HSE procedures on site with the support of the Project Manager and SHE team. 16) Provide Daily/Weekly reports to the Project Manager including but not limited to; detailed progress, resource requirements, Material requirements, HS&E , Quality audits, Technical inspections, Integration meetings, Procurement trackers. 17) Implement the on-site induction and competency management process. 18) Implement the Design Change through ownership of the design change tracker ensuring that each step is satisfied prior to moving to the next and that all approvals/redlines and documents are in place prior to the onsite implementation of any change or deviation from the original design. 19) Ensure all design changes are administered by the Project Engineer. 20) Implement and record tool box talks/briefings in line with the appropriate procedures and ensure that all relevant bulletins and SHE updates are covered and recorded. 21) Take full ownership of ensuring that all site information, records, as installed data for operation manuals is fully up to date and filed in electronic project files. Includes all test and inspection sheets and allocation records. 22) Collate and update as built drawings and documentation in strict accordance with the red line, design change and all other applicable project procedures. 23) Agree the local on Site Audit and Inspection plans with the PM and fully implement agreed actions. 24) Coordinate Central team QA audits and take ownership of site based corrective actions. 25) Arrange and record pre-commissioning planning meetings. 26) In collaboration with the Lead Engineer and Project Manager, develop detailed commissioning plans including but not limited to: off-site equipment set up(Where applicable), pre-inspection dates, installation inspection & sign off dates, test document readiness, configuration availability, mobilisation of commissioning tools and plant, attendance by subcontractors and third parties. 27) Inspect all installation works ensuring compliance to relevant standards, Take responsibility for recorded audits of all other inspections undertaken by others. 28) Ensure timely collation and return to head office of all as built site records and that these are accepted by the central Document control team. Key Communication Interfaces Include but are not limited to; Internal 1) Project Manager 2) Technical Support Team 3) H&S Manager/Advisor 4) Document Control/Data Book Administration 5) Project Planner 6) Quality teams 7) Internal Administration and Procurement departments 8) Commissioning Team External 1) Client Technical teams 2) Other Contractors Project Managers 3) Other Contractors Design engineers/managers 4) Client Document control teams 5) Subcontract/Suppliers Technical teams 6) Subcontract/Suppliers Project Managers/Supervisors 7) Client Quality Assurance Assessors General Experience/Qualifications Required 1) Site Management and Supervision of major multi-disciplined projects in a major construction site environment. 2) Site Management TP137. 3) Managed on site Safety through the implantation of rigorous H&S control and reporting procedures. 4) Temporary works supervisor qualified. 5) Experience of carrying out the role of on site representation for a principle contractor 6) Management of and liaison with, Subcontract companies in both construction works and technical services disciplines. 7) Good organisational skills, able to plan ahead and communicate well with the team, Suppliers and customers. 8) Knowledge and experience of working to rigorous document control and public sector contracts. 9) Ability to communicate effectively at meetings and produce accurate deliverable action plans. 10) Technical Engineering qualification to C&G or equivalent as a minimum or experience in lieu. 11) Integrated systems/Security/Data installation experience. 12) CDM Training to supervisory level 13) CSCS Card/Equivalent.
This is a contract position for 6 months. Locations of work; South London/Surrey.