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Location: Scotland, Dundee, United Kingdom

Clerk of Works

Scotland, Dundee, United Kingdom

Job Description


Clerk of Works
3 Months +


I am recruiting for an experienced and capable Clerk of Works to assist our Client, who is a Multinational Energy company who is based in the heart of Scotland. This particular project is the delivery of a large Onshore transmission cable works on time and within budget.

This role will suit a construction experienced individual disciplined in either Electrical or Civil engineering, who is keen to be at the forefront of a unique project and motivated by being involved in the delivery of a large-scale construction project.

Some of your key accountabilities will include:
Responsible for ensuring site activities comply with planning consents, Contractual requirements and SHE legislation; you will liaise with project staff and contractors, helping to maximize project team effort.
As a great communicator, you will develop effective relationships with contractors, suppliers, stakeholders and the community.
You will provide support to the Project Manager by providing efficient and accurate reports on site progress, represent the Project Manager at site meetings and take the lead coordinating role in aspects of the project site delivery including enabling activities, liaison with 3rd parties, commissioning and Operations interfaces.

Position Requirements
For this role, experience in the construction and delivery of HVAC (132kV and above) electricity infrastructure is preferred.
Ideally, you'll be educated to degree level in an appropriate engineering discipline, or alternatively,
you should possess a vocational or other similar qualification, complemented with extensive relevant experience.
Reporting and management requirements that come with such a role. - Experience of personal responsibility in the delivery of large capital projects.
Experience and detailed understanding of construction health and safety legislation practices, including the CDM regulations.
Experience in all aspects of major civils and industrial buildings construction.
Good organizational and communication skills and be confident challenging others in open discussion.
Resolving conflicts and planning site activities.
A background encompassing working with, or supervising, construction teams on large scale multi-disciplinary projects.
Willingness to take on responsibility and work effectively as part of a large project team.
-Self-motivation, flexibility and the ability to work under pressure to tight deadlines.
A strong team player and innovative thinker, who has a real desire to succeed.

Please contact Jordan Steele at Rullion HQ to apply for this unique opportunity.

We look forward to receiving your application!


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