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Engineer/senior Engineer, Planned Maintenance

BEAR Scotland - Perth, WA

Source: uWorkin


BEAR Scotland inspect, manage and maintain over 2500km of Scotland’s truck road network including 1400 trunk road structures in the North West of Scotland for our client, Transport Scotland. We take pride in offering a dedicated, flexible approach which supports our clients, underpinned by the recruitment, development, and retention of a locally based workforce.

An opportunity has arisen for suitable candidates to take on the role of Engineer/Senior Engineer in the Planned Maintenance team of the North West unit. This role can be based in either Perth, Inverness or one of our Edinburgh offices.

Reporting to the Assistant Planned Maintenance Manager, you will be responsible for the design and delivery of a variety of road maintenance and improvement schemes, whilst also leading a small group of graduate engineers/technicians, managing their workload and ensuring work is delivered to deadline and on budget.

Responsibilities And Activities

  • Design, preparation and supervision of Routine and Roads Structural Maintenance works.
  • Ensure compliance with health, safety, environmental and quality procedures that form part of the integrated management systems.
  • Planning, programming and delivering projects on time and within budget.
  • Undertaking and preparing designs in accordance with the DMRB & SHW.
  • Preparing and delivering operations in compliance with the CDM Regulation 2015
  • Preparation and management of scheme and site files.
  • Management and supervision of supply chain contractors.
  • Management of health and safety requirements for specified schemes.
  • Preparation of statements of intent and construction bids.
  • Preparation of detailed design drawings
  • Understand traffic management requirements, construction methods, materials and works programming.
  • Liaison with stakeholders.
  • Supervision of site operations
  • Inspection & measurement of completed works
  • Comply with all BEAR Scotland policies and procedures

Knowledge, Skills And Experience
  • Working knowledge of Contract Control and Management System.
  • Knowledge of current design standards.
  • Knowledge of temporary traffic management requirements.
  • Ability to comply with relevant Health and Safety legislation.
  • Proficient in the use of Microsoft Office packages and AutoCAD.
  • Ability to produce innovative solutions.
  • Ability to work to tight deadlines and work under pressure.
  • Ability to work effectively in a team.
  • Good communication skills.
  • Ability to solve problems.
  • Capable of self management and self motivation.
  • A full approved UK driving licence.