Skid Resistence Technician - PerthPosted: 24 May 2017

 

We require a Skid Resistance Technician to work in the North East and North West areas, based in our Perth Office.

 

 

 

The Skid Resistance Technician will support the Skid Resistance Manager by undertaking walked and driven surveys of the...

Start date:
24 May 2017
Closing date:
09 Jun 2017

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Skid Resistence Technician - Perth

 

We require a Skid Resistance Technician to work in the North East and North West areas, based in our Perth Office.

 

 

 

The Skid Resistance Technician will support the Skid Resistance Manager by undertaking walked and driven surveys of the trunk road network to collect data and assist in the interrogation/management of the collected data.

 

 

 

Full training in the process will be provided to the successful applicants.

 

 

 

It is essential that candidates have a full driving licence and can demonstrate that they are excellent communicators and team players. Experience of using computer and tablet based applications is also required.

 

 

 

 

The closing date for applications is Thursday 8 June 2017.

 

 

Job Title:

 Technician – Skid Resistance

Job Holder:

 

Reporting To:

 Skid Resistance Manager

 

 

1.         Job Purpose:

 

§          The Technician – Skid resistance will assist in the collation and interrogation of data collected whilst carrying out on site surveys in relation to HD28 and griptester programmes.

 

 

 

2.         Responsibilities and Activities:

 

§    Carry out walked and driven surveys to collate skid resistance data on completed works and the existing trunk road network working to the HD28 and Griptest programmes.

 

§    Assist the Skid Resistance Manager in the interrogation of the data collected.

 

§    Calibrate equipment as per manufacturer’s instructions.

 

§    Comply with Health, Safety, Environmental and Quality procedures that form part of the company’s Integrated Management Systems.

 

§    Assist with the liaison with Planned Maintenance staff within the Company.

 

§    Assist other senior staff as required.

 

 

 

3.         Knowledge, Skills and Experience:

 

§    A full approved driving licence is essential.

 

§    Working knowledge of computers and tablets.

 

§    Must be able to work to strict deadlines.

 

§    Willingness to work away from home as required.

 

 

 

4.         Key Relationships, Internal and External:

 

Internal

External

Managers

Clients

Employees

Members of the Public

 

All other stakeholders

 

 

 

 

 

 

Start date:
24 May 2017
Closing date:
09 Jun 2017

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Street Lighting Operative - PerthPosted: 24 May 2017

 

We are currently looking for a dedicated Street Lighting Operative within our Electrical department in Perth to join our fast-paced organisation and help us ensure we remain committed to our ongoing industry-leading standards.

 

 

 

The ideal...

Start date:
24 May 2017
Closing date:
24 Jun 2017

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Street Lighting Operative - Perth

 

We are currently looking for a dedicated Street Lighting Operative within our Electrical department in Perth to join our fast-paced organisation and help us ensure we remain committed to our ongoing industry-leading standards.

 

 

 

The ideal candidate will be safety conscious, have experience and skills to carry out various road lighting maintenance operations, hold a Class 2/LGV C Licence and have valid training for use of 360 excavator.

 

 

 

Valid training from a relevant training body for 12D Traffic Management, Lorry Loader, Slinger/Signaller and Abrasive Wheels would be advantageous however not essential as relevant training will be provided.

 

 

 

Due to the size of the network we maintain, shift working and occasional periods away from the operational base will be expected, as well as winter and emergency response services on a standby rota basis.

 

 

The closing date for applications is 23rd June 2017

 

 

Job Title:

Street Lighting Operative

Job Holder:

 

Reporting To:

 Electrical Manager

 

1.      Job Purpose:

Installation of Highway Electrical Equipment such as columns, posts, distribution pillars and private cable networks including excavation and subsequent reinstatement works. Working to the requirements of Sector Schemes 8, 9b & 10 & relevant contract specification.

 

2.      Responsibilities and Activities:

§    Use of CAT and or Genny prior to and during excavation work.

§    Excavating in the highway for the installation of street furniture.

§    Installing street furniture.

§    Excavating and trenching for private cable networks, including installing or replacing existing or new private cable networks.

§    Reinstating footways.

§    Comply with Health, Safety, Environmental & Quality procedures that form part of BEAR’s Management Systems.

 

3.      Knowledge, Skills and Experience:

§    Ideally you will be required to have at least three years experience in Highway Electrical industry and or a sound electrical background in construction or public utility.

§    Competent in correct slinging, signalling and loading procedures

§    Use of CAT to avoid inadvertent contact with underground services.

§    Trained in NRSWA units 1 to 6 and 9

§    To be able to identify your areas of work, i.e. the boundaries between public and private areas and between neighbouring local authorities.

§    Have an understanding of G39/1 Engineering recommendations.

§    Have an understanding of HS (G) 47 and GS6 Electrical Safety regarding overhead and underground cables.

§    To be able to identify the areas of work, i.e. the boundaries between public and private areas and between neighbouring local authorities.

§    Identify the varied types of Highway Electrical Equipment and components parts including a practical and theoretical understanding of the basic fundamentals of Electrical Circuits.

§    Understanding of and be able to recognise the potential dangers of the electricity supply network.

§    Have an understanding of the relevant Health and Safety Legislation and Standards of competence in assessing risk.

§    To have an understanding of and adhere to good manual handling techniques.

§    Be able to administer Emergency First Aid.

§    Past evidence of assessment of units and registration of Sector Schemes 8, 9b and 10 and or ILE Scheme for Public Lighting units.

§    To protect your area of work as detailed in the Safety at Street Works and Road Works, (Maroon Colour), a Code of Practice and to understand the requirements within these set of guidelines.

§    Full UK driving license.

§     Experience of working to tight deadlines and working under pressure.

§     Ability to work effectively in a team.

§     Good communication skills.

§     Ability to problem solve.

§     Flexible to working practices.

§    Capable to self manage work and self motivate.

§     Ability to cope with change. 

 

4.      Key Relationships, Internal and External:

 

Internally

Externally

Managers

Suppliers

Staff

 

 

 

 

 

Start date:
24 May 2017
Closing date:
24 Jun 2017

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