I&M Engineer

London, UK Competitive salary


Type:

Permanent

Ref No:

IMEJL

Contact:

Simon Pitt

Telephone:

07827 843 501

Date Posted:

24-Sep-18

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McGinley Support Services are a leading specialist in construction recruitment, we are looking for an experience I&M Engineer for a Permanent role based in London.

Competitive salary, to be discussed at interview for candidates with the right level of experience.

JOB DETAILS:

The I&M Engineer is responsible for assisting the I&M and Survey Manager deliver, manage, review:
*the detailed design and implementation of the Instrumentation and Monitoring systems,
*structural building mitigation measures,
*defect surveys
*and inspection regime

Necessary for managing the effects of the works on infrastructure within the zone of influence of the tunnels and shafts. Affected infrastructure includes numerous listed buildings, Grade 1 and Grade 2, various non-listed buildings, highways, utilities and adjacent LU tunnels and all other structural infrastructure.
The role will include liaising with the LU, Designers, Tier 2 Contractors and Third Parties to ensure the design and works are implemented as appropriate and sufficient for the requirements.

The I&M Engineer is responsible for assisting the I&M and Survey Manager for the management and review for the Instrumentation and Monitoring works for the duration of the project. And is responsible for assisting in reporting to the Client and attending review meetings. Support close out and handover of the I&M works when the relevant phase of the project is completed.
EXPERIENCE, KNOWLEDGE, QUALIFICATIONS & TRAINING

Mandatory

*The role will require the post holder to have excellent communication skills in English, both written and verbal and to be able to report at all levels.
*The post holder will be educated to degree or higher level in a surveying, engineering, mining or construction discipline. A lower educational level, typically HNC or HND or a fully recorded vocational training to an equivalent level (Mining Qualifications Board; Mine Surveyors Certificate or similar) may be acceptable where a significant level of experience in a technical engineering role can be demonstrated.
*Experience in a similar role within the construction or mining industries
*A good working knowledge of relevant safety legislation
*Appropriate CSCS card type and level

Desirable

*Previous experience in rail environment
*Previous experience in LU environment
*Membership of an appropriate Professional body.
*SSSTS or SMSTS training


We have a fair and comprehensive selection procedure. It is our policy that there should be equal opportunity for and no discrimination against applicants on the grounds of gender, race, religion or belief, nationality, colour, pregnancy and maternity, sexual orientation, disability, age, marriage and civil partnership, union or non-union membership, socio-economic background or being a part-time or fixed term worker.

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