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Site Engineer

Scotland, UK

Job Type

Full Time

About the Company

This is a fantastic opportunity for a Site Engineer to join a leading energy business, that builds its success based on the dedication and commitment of its team.

Integrity, quality, and a can-do attitude are a number of values that play a significant part in their continual growth. With this business you can be part of a community that fosters entrepreneurial spirit and supports you in your personal development.

About the Role

Tasks include but are not limited to the following:
-Be responsible for safety for yourself, colleagues and others.
-Ensure all works are being conducted in the correct and safe manner and proactively reduce site hazards.
-Conduct monitoring and inspections on a routine basis, active reporting of Positive Interventions.
-Complete project inductions and undertake setting to work briefings.
-Issuing documentation and permits (e.g. permit to dig) .
-Ensure works are compliant with all relevant quality standards and records are whole, accurate and complete.
-Maintain and develop new skills and competencies in accordance with company’s training standards and legislative changes.
-Undertake Site Manager / Project Engineer duties in periods of absence cover or on smaller projects as necessary.
-Compile an accurate and up to date daily site diary.
-Ensure all work is completed in accordance with the standards, policies and procedures of the company and its clients.
-Build and maintain positive relationships with team members and clients
-Work as part of a team to ensure the safe, effective and efficient implementation of operations.
-Ensure conformity to all instructions stated in method statements and risk assessments.
-Ensure that accidents, incidents and near misses are suitably reported.
-Ensure compliance with statutory legislation and public bodies.
-Ensure all work is completed to a high-quality standard.
-Effectively communicate with client, landowners and other 3rd parties in a professional manner.

Requirements

  • Flexibility to be able to travel to work locations across the whole of the UK, Ireland & occasionally in Europe. 

  • Full driving license. 

  • Ability to ensure compliance with safety rules and documentation, and be committed to working safely at all times. 

  • Possess the ability to work in a time pressured environment. 

  • Have the ability to adapt to changing situations and environments. 

  • Must have strong communication skills. 

  • Must be an effective team worker. 

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