Inspectors - InvernessPosted: 01 Feb 2017

 

Opportunities have arisen to join the team in the Inverness office as Inspectors.

 

 

 

The Inspectors will carry out a range of inspections on the network to locate and record defects for immediate repair, or for inclusion in routine...

Start date:
01 Feb 2017
Closing date:
17 Mar 2017

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Inspectors - Inverness

 

Opportunities have arisen to join the team in the Inverness office as Inspectors.

 

 

 

The Inspectors will carry out a range of inspections on the network to locate and record defects for immediate repair, or for inclusion in routine programmes of repair.

 

 

 

The post will be both office and site based and will require an element of out of hours working.  It is essential that you are a team player who is flexible, keen to develop, and committed to ensuring the success of all projects.

 

 

 

A full approved driving licence is essential.

 

The closing date for applications is 17th March 2017.

 

 

 

Job Title:

Inspector

Job Holder:

 

Reporting To:

 Inspection Team Leader

 

 

 

1.         Job Purpose:

 

§          The Inspector will carry out of a range of inspections on the network to locate and record defects for immediate repair or for inclusion in routine programmes of repair.

 

 

 

 

2.         Responsibilities and Activities:

 

§    Undertake weekly inspections and safety patrols.

 

§    Undertake detailed inspections of carriageways and footways.

 

§    Undertake detailed inspections of other trunk road inventory items.

 

§    Undertake ad hoc inspections as instructed by the Inspection Team Leader.

 

§    Undertake NRSWA inspections as instructed by the Inspection Team Leader.

 

§    Liaison with members of the public as required.

 

§    Carry out minor repairs where safe to do so.

 

§    Maintain inspection vehicles and equipment.

 

§    Create Category 1 and Category 2 Operating Instructions from inspection data, design repairs and prepare paperwork required for the safe implementation of the repair in accordance with the CDM Regulations.

 

§    Other duties applicable to the post as directed from time to time by the Inspection Team Leader.

 

 

 

 

3.         Knowledge, Skills and Experience:

 

§    Working knowledge of inspection procedures.

 

§    Working knowledge of data capture hardware and software currently in use within the roads maintenance environment.

 

§    Working knowledge of Contract Control and Management System.

 

§    Ability to comply with relevant Health and Safety legislation.

 

§    Proficient in the use of Microsoft Office packages.

 

 

§    Ability to work to tight deadlines and work under pressure.

 

§    Ability to work effectively in a team.

 

§    Good communication skills.

 

§    Ability to solve problems.

 

§    Flexible attitude to working practices.

 

§    Capable of self management and self motivation.

 

§    Ability to cope with change.

 

§    A full approved UK driving licence.

 

 

 

 

4.         Key Relationships, Internal and External:

 

Internal

External

Managers

Members of the public

Employees

 

 

 

 

5.      Required Competencies:

·         Communication Skills

·         Team Working

·         Problem Solving

·         Planning and Organisation

·         Customer Focus.

 

 

 

Start date:
01 Feb 2017
Closing date:
17 Mar 2017

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Electrician - InvernessPosted: 01 Feb 2017

 

A vacancy has arisen in our Inverness depot for a full time Electrician.

 

 

 

The role will require the individual to undertake cyclic and reactive repairs on the Trunk Road Electrical apparatus.  Due to the expanse of the trunk road network,...

Start date:
01 Feb 2017
Closing date:
17 Mar 2017

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Electrician - Inverness

 

A vacancy has arisen in our Inverness depot for a full time Electrician.

 

 

 

The role will require the individual to undertake cyclic and reactive repairs on the Trunk Road Electrical apparatus.  Due to the expanse of the trunk road network, the individual will be required to stay away for periods, be expected to work within shift requirements and participate in an emergency standby rota.

 

 

 

The successful candidate will be familiar with standards BS7671 and have previous experience in maintaining and inspecting private electrical supplies.  Completion of a recognised craftsman training program would be of benefit, but not essential as training will be provided.

 

The closing date for applications is 17th March 2017.

 

 

Job Title:

Electrician

Job Holder:

 

Reporting To:

Electrical Supervisor

 

 

1.      Job Purpose:

To carry out electrical duties as deemed necessary as part of our Highway Electrical works in line with Highways Sector Schemes 8, 9b & 10, contract specification and business requirements.

 

 

2.      Responsibilities and Activities:

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

§    Carry out site specific risk assessment.

§    Install, test and commission Highway Electrical Equipment.

§    Support and assist installation, routine maintenance and fault repair crews.

§    Participate in emergency response on a rota basis in and out of hours.

 

 

3.      Knowledge, Skills and Experience:

§    A recognised apprenticeship, NVQ/SVQ in Electrical Installation and experience in Highway Electrical industry, Construction or Electricity Supply Network.

§    An understanding of the Electricity at Work Regulations 1989, BS761 - 17th  Edition Wiring Regulations /  BS2391 - Electrical Test and Inspection / TR22 - ILE report on planned inspection regime of lighting columns, signs & posts, specification for highway works 1998.

§    Be conversant with G39/1 Engineering recommendations.

§    Be conversant with HS (G) 47 & 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.

§    Be able to recognise the potential dangers of the electricity supply network.

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

§    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 and or ILE Scheme for Public Lighting units.

§     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:
01 Feb 2017
Closing date:
17 Mar 2017

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