1042315 – Temporary Works Manager
NRL are currently recruiting for a Temporary Works manager to be based on a naval site in Devonport. This is a contract position for initially 12 months. On site there are a large amount of temporary works being conducted across the site in support of £1bn worth of construction activity over the next 5 years or so.
As the Temporary Works Manager, you will have individual responsible for the management and co-ordination of temporary works across the site for Major Infrastructure Projects. You will have management and oversight of approximately half a dozen temporary works co-ordinators
Reviewing of Temporary Works designs for integration with the permanent works design
Reviewing and acceptance of permanent works materials
Reviewing of fabrication details for integration with the permanent works
Producing as-built records and details
Contributing to Reports and participating in regular Reviews
Providing safety leadership
Monitoring and supporting the Site Support Team
Liaising with the Construction Director with respect to requirements to align with construction activities
A related degree in STEM ideally in civil engineering or construction
Either Chartered or have extensive experience working on similar, high profile projects
Extensive experience of complex site environments ideally with nuclear experience
Leadership and team-building experience
The ability to coach and support colleagues across the project
Decision-making and providing clear direction
Ability to influence at Site Support level
Ability to adapt to changing environments
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