Infrastructure Technical Lead - Roads & Networks
The Hinkley Point C Project is one of the largest infrastructure projects in Europe. During the business construction phase over 5,600 people will work on the site. The project marks the rebirth of the UK's nuclear industry and will present invaluable opportunities for Somerset, the South West and wider UK. We are currently looking for a Roads and Networks, Infrastructure Technical Lead to be based on site at Hinkley Point C with occasional travel to Bristol. The selected individual will be required for 12 months. Following this the role will be subject to further extension agreements. Roads & Networks is responsible for the delivery of the Earthworks design packages that are managed through the OH2001 Earthworks Contract by the Responsible Designer (RD). The position associated with this job description is for a Civil Engineer to act as the Roads & Networks Engineering Lead for Early Networks. Details of the role are as follows: Principle Accountabilities Report directly to the NNB Construction Engineering Civil Team Manager, Support the HPC Roads & Networks Engineering Lead during the design and construction phases, Provide technical direction and accountability for the HPC Roads & Networks Potable Water, Develop and implement a detail design strategy for HPC Roads & Networks Water, Liaise and co-ordinate with the wider HPC Project team (including the DIN entities in France), Deliver technical references, input data, level 1 & 2 design schedules and reporting, Take responsibility for the management, surveillance, coordination and the review of the potable water design, in order to deliver to programme the design package for site construction, Challenge designers in terms of proposed solutions (i.e. reduction of design/construction cost, technical requirements, sustainability, suitability of detailed designs, quality of detailed designs), Coordinate / organise CDM Review meetings and liaison with the NNB CDM-A with respect to design development, Manage the interfaces (technical & functional) within the Roads & Networks project applicable to potable water and other associated design packages, Comply with NNB QA policies and procedures. Knowledge, Skills, Qualifications and Experience Extensive experience in the design and management of major infrastructure projects, Experienced in British and European Standards for civil works, Enhanced organisational skills, Ability to work in multi-disciplinary teams, Typically degree qualified or equivalent in a related discipline, Membership of a Professional Institute (MICE or MIStructE), Experience in pressurised systems, Solid experience in civil engineering design, procurement (NEC & FIDIC forms of Contract) and construction processes, General professional qualities as accuracy, tenacity, result-oriented and teamwork-oriented attitude, diplomacy, Excellent communication/interpersonal skills notably with various levels of the organisation and externally, Discretion - Confidentiality when dealing with sensitive information, This position will be based in Bridgwater working on the HPC project with travel to other project sites including Bristol as required. We are looking for contractors who will join and make a long term impact on the project. For more information please contact James Perry at Rullion on Applications close on Monday 14th August 2017. If you have not had a reply within 7 days your application has been unsuccessful.