Mechanical SupervisorConstruction


About the Client:

About the Role:

To carry out all maintenance and small installation works and supervise operational staff.  Also to coordinate and supervise where necessary specialist sub-contractors and work in conjunction with other trades, ensuring compliance with current regulations and specific client requirements. Responsibilities:
  • Ensure that all planned construction works are carried out efficiently and in accordance with contract requirements, relevant legislation and best practice
  • Report directly to the Project Manager and being responsible for ensuring that all maintenance staff and sub-contractors work efficiently and within the Health & Safety guidelines.
  • Ensuring that all sub-contractor’s Risk Assessments and Method Statements are sought, validated and implemented
  • Write and compile fortnightly reports on all site activities
  • Day to day management of relevant operational staff including conduct, performance, attendance and capability
  • Taking the necessary and appropriate actions to address any inappropriate behaviour or low standards
  • Supervise maintenance in accordance with the established Quality Management System including preparation for internal and external Quality Audits
  • Setting standards for the engineering team to ensure a high quality service
  • Supervise all work scheduling, rotas, callout support, stores, strategic spares, including reviewing work to improve efficiency
  • Inspect the work for quality and compliance
  • Make recommendations to the Project Manager for plant replacement with justification with the focus being towards energy savings
  • Induct, train, appraise and develop the Resident Team in order to maintain and enhance technical and site-related knowledge and experience
  • Act as principal supervisory point of contact for emergency callouts including the tasking of standby engineer or mobile engineer and attendance on site as required
  • Supervise and coordinate the attendance of operational and subcontractors as required
  • Build relationships with all parties involved in the project and maintain effective team communication and cooperation for successful project completion

About the Candidate:

Skills and experience required:
  • A formal secondary education to GCSE or equivalent and have achieved three or more passes including English, maths and/or a science subject
  • Indentured apprenticeship preferred
  • C&G/ONC/HNC in Electrical Engineering Services or equivalent
  • Incorporated Engineer status desirable
  • IOSH Managing Safely Certificate
  • Previous experienced to demonstrate experience and a good all round knowledge of all the building services disciplines electrical power and distribution and public health
  • Previous people management/team leadership experience in a similar environment
  • A self-managing approach to work with a strong Health and Safety attitude

Points of Appeal:

Contact:

If you are interested in the above vacancy or wish to discuss any other opportunities please contact Gavin Farrell on 0203 640 8989 or email g.farrell@humres.co.uk