As part of a major recruitment drive across the board, one of our clients are now looking for an experienced Jointing Supervisor to manage Craft resources to complete the installation of new gas & electricity networks on various sites across the London area.
About the Role:
Key tasks and responsibilities:
• Provide the initial point of contact to craft teams for all technical, material and administrative matters
• Liaise with the scheduling team providing feedback to ensure craft teams are deployed in the most effective way
• Provide training and monitor the accurate completion of work instructions and test records on BORIS
• Ensure craft teams are completing works in a timely manner and efficiency opportunities are exploited
• Maintain morale and Instil a can do, customer focussed attitude into all craft teams
• Demonstrate, implement and enforce high standards of workmanship and safety in all areas – this includes the work of craft subcontractors employed to undertake work on behalf of the company
• Trouble-shoot and identify problems; offer timely and safe solutions
• Carry out assessing officer duties where required in line with authorisation
• Conduct frequent audits on craft teams to ensure high standards of work and equipment maintenance conducting remedial action where required
• Assist with the development of craft team authorisations, maintaining their authorisations matrix and ensuring timely completion of training diaries etc.
• Carry out accident or incident investigations and produce a full report outlining the root causes and learning points, together with actions that need to be taken to prevent a reoccurrence.
• Act as liaison between Resource Managers, Craft Teams and Project Managers on a range of complex scheduling, operational and administrative issues related to all types of projects.
• Conduct annual appraisals for craft teams
• Complete craft duties if required in line with authorisations
What we are looking for:
• Strong people management experience (Essential)
• Previous Craft skills experience – electric and/or gas (Essential)
• Previous experience in the new utility connection industry (Desirable)
Qualifications / Skills:
• SSSTS (Site Supervisor’s Safety Training Scheme) (Essential)
• Previous Electric and/or gas craft skills qualifications/authorisations (Essential)
• Driving licence – site visits form a large part of this role (Essential)
• NVQ Assessor training (Desirable)