Senior Engineer

Location: North London

Project:
Meridian Water

Job Role:

Taylor Woodrow is recruiting for a Senior Engineer to join their team working on the delivery of the infrastructure to support the construction of 10,000 homes at Enfield Council's 6Bn Meridian Water development.

This 80M framework involves the remediation of the existing site and construction of roads, bridges and flood mitigation measures, as well as electricity, gas, communications, water connections and hectares of newly landscaped parkland areas.


Duties:

  • Allocate tasks to Site Engineers and supervise the task completion.
  • Ensure the Inspection and Test Plans, and Quality Check Sheets are completed as soon as the checks can be completed to ensure that the works are delivered to specification.
  • Understand construction methodology and develop/approve relevant procedures specific to the area of works. 
  • In association with the Section Foreman, assess the plant and resource requirements to meet the demands of site and office-based works. 
  • Produce/approve method statements and risk assessments and ensure they are being followed throughout the works. 
  • Supervision of the erection, use, maintenance and dismantling of the temporary works, as applicable. 
  • Carry out checks of the scheme during construction on site, liaising with the TWC and Site team. 
  • Preparing and issuing Temporary Works briefs to the relevant design departments. 
  • Ensure Site Engineers complete setting out in accordance with design. 
  • Ensure Design Drawings are marked up to reflect the completion of the works as they are finished. 
  • Liaise with other Senior Engineers to ensure any clashes on site are managed to ensure a smooth flow of work. 

Person Specification

  • Degree qualified in civil engineering or equivalent
  • Previous experience in earthworks, drainage or heavy structures is desired

 

To apply for this role, please send your CV quoting reference IW-MERIDIAN to vinci.recruitment@vinciconstruction.co.uk


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