About The Role
3 x Brand New Roles – Hybrid Working – Projects Around Essex, Suffolk and Herfordshire
Great Britain's electricity infrastructure is undergoing an ambitious, exciting and vital transformation. Together with industry, we are creating a cleaner, greener system, one that protects the planet and serves generations to come.
As Project Supervisor you will be the National Grid representative across multiple construction sites, ensuring that the site-based construction activities are efficiently managed in accordance with National Grid policies and procedures discharging the duties of ‘Client Representative’ with a keen eye on safety and the quality of the installation.
You be working with a growing and motivated team of colleagues; all part of completing a part of the £18bn ASTI framework Strategic Infrastructure upgrades.
We are open to full time and part time applicants, as well as flexible working arrangements.
What we do isn’t just important – it’s essential. That’s why we look to recruit experts in their field.
In this case, we’re looking for someone who is organised, with excellent attention to detail and communication skills and, ideally, demonstrable experience of working within a construction site but this is not essential.
You’ll have a good understanding of Safety and Environmental legislation, practices, and policies. With an awareness of contract management within fixed price and target cost contracts, you’ll also have an appreciation of quality management systems.
Don’t meet every single requirement? Studies have shown that women and people of colour are less likely to apply for jobs unless they meet every single qualification. At National Grid, we’re committed to building a diverse, inclusive and authentic workplace for everyone. So if you’re excited about this role but your experience or qualifications don’t match the job description exactly, we encourage you to apply anyway. You might just be the right person for our growing business in this role or another one.
What You'll Do
• Ensure that the Principal Contractor (PC) is pro-active in discharging his duties under the CDM regulations, not least in managing all safety aspects of the construction-based activities
• Ensure the facilitation of regular site safety walks, holding coordination meetings with all contractors on site, ensuring that access/egress to the site is controlled, and maintaining a site log/diary
• Review the suitability of Risk Assessments and Method Statements (RAMS)
• Ensure the PC is proactive in holding Site Progress Meetings and issues minutes of these meetings promptly
• Support Quality Assurance monitoring across the project to help aid progress validation and to ensure value is secured
• Enacting the role of Employers ‘Supervisor’ under NEC contracts
• Issue site instructions following agreement from the EPC Project Manager and authenticate any record sheets issued by the PC
• Ensure that a drawing documentation system is established on site, which clearly indexes drawings logged and filed in specific sections
• Maintain the system throughout with the latest working drawings/revisions clearly noted and drawings filed to ensure they are readily available
What You'll Get
A competitive starting salary between £44,000 – £54,000 dependent on capability.
As well as your base salary, you will receive a bonus based on personal and company performance and a competitive contributory pension scheme where we will double match your contribution to a maximum company contribution of 12%. You will also have access to a number of flexible benefits such as a share incentive plan, salary sacrifice car and technology schemes, support via employee assistance lines and matched charity giving to name a few.
National Grid Strategic Infrastructure was set up in 2023 with special dispensation from Ofgem to accelerate 17 key projects across the UK in order to deliver infrastructure upgrades within timescales never seen before in the UK. This infrastructure will make Britain prepared for a 100% clean, energy future.
Here at National Grid, we connect homes and businesses to power, making sure supply and demand match each other. We make sure the lights are on in schools, operating theatres, and sporting arenas; we’re thousands of people working on behalf of millions of people.
Our investment in Strategic Infrastructure via the Great Grid Upgrade will mean more home grown power, greater energy security and a cleaner future.
Whatever your role, wherever you work with us, you’ll help us hit stretching targets and achieve our far-reaching goal: to secure, clean energy that supports our world far into the future. Here, you will be at the heart of energy.
This role closes on February 26th at 23:59, however we encourage candidates to submit their application as early as possible and not wait until the published closing date as this can vary. Interviews will be held March 13th or 19th.
We work towards the highest standards in everything we do, including how we support, value and develop our people. Our aim is to encourage and support employees to thrive and be the best they can be. We celebrate the difference people can bring into our organisation, and welcome and encourage applicants with diverse experiences and backgrounds, and offer flexible and tailored support, at home and in the office.
We're committed to building a workforce that represents the communities we serve, and a working environment in which each individual feels valued, respected, fairly treated, and able to reach their full potential.