M&S Water Services (Utilities) Limited are currently recruiting for a Site Manager to join our Utility Installation Department.
The candidate would be responsible for the construction and commissioning of new infrastructure. Ideally the candidate would have experience in the developer services sector of the industry and in pressure testing/chlorination.
Key responsibilities will include:
- Carrying out site surveys to assist with quotations/repairs. Advising of preferred design routes for on/off-site works before application is submitted to the local water authority.
- Ensuring all operational works are carried out safely, in ine with M&S Water’s Method Statements and Risk Assessments.
- Drafting and issuing of site-specific Risk Assessments.
- Carrying out site audits on both directly employed M&S Water Services staff and subcontractors. Key areas of all audits shall be health, safety, water quality, quality and customer service. Ensuring the infrastructure is installed to the approved design.
- Assisting the project manager with site specific requirements i.e. plant and fitting requirements/ordering.
- Liaising with external stakeholders where required i.e. affected land owners, local authorities and water companies.
- Issue job packs to operational teams and briefing.
- Completing walk offs/defect snagging.
- Carrying out pressure testing, chlorination and sampling as required.
- Be reliable, prompt and have a flexible approach to working.
- Ability to work safely, professionally and accurately at all times.
- A full UK driving Licence.
- A current EUSR Blue Water Card.
- A current EUSR SHEA (Water) qualification.
- A current IOSH managing safely, SSSTS or SMSTS qualification.
- Experience in electro and butt fusion.
- Experience in water infrastructure delivery.
- A NRSWA – Supervisors and NRSWA Operative qualification (desirable).
- A Level 2/3 Mains and Service Laying NVQ (desirable).
- A Hydrostatic Pressure Testing and Chlorination qualification (desirable).
Salary negotiable depending on experience/qualifications.