Long term opportunity
Working for a leading energy provider
About the Role:
We are looking for a Construction Supervisor to join the team. You will have the responsibility to supervise a multi-disciplined team of trade and non-trade labour on the Cockburn outage to enable successful completion of an assigned scope of work of varying complexity in a defined time period.
Optimise assigned team resources to perform the scope of work
Effectively manage resources to meet schedule requirements.
Manage scope creep and quantify requirements during work execution.
Estimate emergent work scope as discovered while completing the assigned work scope.
Develop mobilisation and demobilisation plan for assigned team.
Manage own performance to achieve targets in a timely manner.
Ensure best use of resources to meet planned outputs.
Maintain a safe working environment and safe systems of work.
Develop safe work methodologies for high risk work scopes to be undertaken.
Develop, review and approve safe work method statements and risk assessment documentation.
Establish safety expectations with team.
Undertake safety task audits and area inspections.
Monitor safety performance while work is being performed.
Lead pre-start meetings and safety toolbox meetings.
Supervise mobilisation and site establishment of assigned resources.
Supervise, monitor performance and coordinate work performed by team.
Perform recipient in charge (RIC) duties for assigned work and manage work permits un their control
Provide formal and informal communications with the business & outage resources.
Develop and improve own personal effectiveness.
Develop open and trusting internal and external workplace relations and communications.
Demonstrate the values of the business
Supervise demobilisation and vacation of site at the end of the outage.
Supervise and monitor the execution of the work being performed by your multi-disciplined team of mechanical fitters, electrical fitters, advanced rigging and general assistants to achieve safe, timely and effective scope execution.
Provide technical input into workflows, methodologies and the development of emergent work scopes.
Manage work pack documentation and keep auditable records.
Review quality of workmanship and the quality and accuracy of closing information.
Liaise Synergy to ensure compliance with Synergy policies and procedures.
Manage potential safety issues and mitigate risks.
Provide a weekly report on work completed.
Maintain effective relationships with responsible officers on the outage.
Record and monitor assigned teams' performance
Manage the site attendance of team and submit weekly timesheets for approval.
Minimum 5 years of experience in a similar role
Ability to multitask and work to deadlines.
Job Reference Number: 7019J202471872
How to Apply:
Click on the Apply button or for more information please contact Rebecca Ross on (02) 4927 7766 quoting the above reference number.
The WorkPac Group is Australia's largest privately owned workforce services business. We offer tailored, end-to-end solutions in recruitment, skills development and career development throughout the country. Our scope extends across diverse sectors including Mining, Construction, Healthcare, Social care and more, and we're proud to have over 1.3 million registered candidates. At the core of our business is the promise that whether you're a candidate, a client, or part of our dedicated internal team, choosing WorkPac is always a Good Move.
At WorkPac, we recognise we are strengthened by diversity. We are committed to providing a work environment in which everyone is included, treated fairly and with respect. We are an Equal Opportunity employer and we encourage applications from women and Indigenous people.
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