Civil Works Superintending Officer
Faithful+Gould (pronounced Faithful and Gould or F and G) is an integrated project and programme management consultancy. It supports clients with the management of their construction projects and programmes. It is part of Atkins – a design, engineering and project management consultancy with approximately 50,000 employees and operating across 50 countries.
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Role & Responsibilities
- Studying, understanding and managing each assigned contract package
Holding and minuting a start up meeting covering contractor obligations for performance bonds, safe work practices, work method statement, schedules, etc
Holding and minuting weekly meeting with contractor to review status, work schedules and publishing the minutes within 24 hours
Reviewing work method statements with HSE team and ensuring that these methods meet all safety regulations
Monitoring daily the work activities of the contractor, making sure that daily toolbox meetings are held, published work methods and schedules are followed, safe work practices are rigorously enforced and contractors provide proper supervision
Preparing and filing one HSE report daily
Reviewing and recommending staffing levels of the contractors for accreditation purposes
Issuing work instructions as required
Preparing and reviewing variation orders as required based on change requirements identified
Carrying out assigned Engineering Service Desk (ESD) duties during the event
Ensuring that dismantling, demobilization and close out activities are completed as per schedule including the reconciliation of all invoices, the receipt of as built drawings and inventory lists, holding and minuting a final contractor debrief meeting, the completion of contractor performance evaluations, the issuing of substantial completion certificates
- Attending and supporting all project meetings as required
Learning and following the Faithful+Gould BMS (Business Management System) processes and procedures
Performing miscellaneous ad hoc duties as required by the
Track and Civil Manager
The role as the Civil Works Superintending Officer requires the supervision of numerous simultaneous tasks while meeting important milestones.
Applying project management techniques, such as planning, scheduling, monitoring and coordination for track and civil infrastructure works such as track kerbs, track sweeping, civil works, maintenance and restoration of infrastructure assets, construction traffic management
On-site construction supervision of temporary event related infrastructure installation
Liaison with government authorities, such as LTA, BCA, SCDF, NParks
Coordination with other engineering, marketing and event operations activities.
Your duties will involve working and coordinating work activities with other supervisors and client.
You will be privy to confidential information by necessity. You will treat all such information with the highest levels of confidentiality and will perform your role with integrity and honour at all times.
You are required to ensure that all documents and administrative functions demonstrate high levels of accuracy and professionalism.
You have good overall technical knowledge of assigned packages, have an outgoing personality with good communication and listening skills, have excellent interpersonal skills with a positive attitude and capacity to motivate others, have an eye for detail, and show initiative in suggesting alternate ideas and approaches and a willingness to work extended overtime, especially closer to the event.
The position requires the following Qualifications and Experience:
Civil Engineering degree or suitable project management qualification with minimum 3 years relevant experience
Contract administration experience
Experience in managing contractors
Ability to liaise with parties involved in the projects – (client, contractors, other stakeholders etc.)
Previous experience in event management and/or infrastructure services is desirable
4 months (July to October inclusive)
Skills & Attributes:
You will demonstrate:
Outgoing personality with articulate communication and listening skills
Capacity to adapt and problem solve on an individual and team basis in a pressured environment
Capacity to deal professionally and confidently with a diverse range of people at all levels
Good written communication skills, with a demonstrated ability to draft reports, minutes, correspondence, procedures, processes and forms.
Ability to work with limited supervision
Sound literacy in computer software, including the Microsoft Office range. Excellent knowledge of Word and Excel
Flexibility and ability to work with different areas of the business
Punctuality with attendance and with delivering tasks on time
Positive attitude and capacity to motivate others
Ability to work extended overtime, especially closer to the event
Knowledge of both systems and procedures to be used for the Singapore Grand Prix
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