Site Supervisor

Location Melbourne


Metro is a multi-award winning organisation and we pride ourselves on our team of honest , high performing professionals who are talented, inclusive and safety focused and who are at the core of our success. You will be joining an organisation that is known as a global leader in its field but also prides itself on being dynamic, embracing new technologies and focused on customer service. Our aim is to promote work/life balance feel comfortable to bring their best to work, and to truly be focused on a common goal which is to provide a world class railway service.

About the Project The Subury Line Upgrade (SLU) is a major part of Victoria's big build, as part of this the SLU is a $120 million project with a range of power upgrades and platform extensions in order to enable High Capacity Metro Trains (HCMTs) to run on the line. As part of these upgrade we are currently looking for experienced Site Supervisors to help deliver this project. As a Site Supervisor you will be required to monitor, organise and examine on-site against the time, budget and program.

Whilst ensuring MTM and industry standards are maintained, operational impacts are mitigated and safety, reliability and quality requirements are always adopted. This is a full time, permanent role which will be primarily site based. About the Role Provide management on site during general construction works, occupations, including nights and weekends, as required, and agreed with the Construction Manager.

Ensure that MTM’s Procedures and Accreditation processes are maintained by Contractors on site at all times Monitor the Contractor’s activities on site and compliance with the technical and quality contractual requirements, and immediately escalate any shortfalls with the Contract or Contractors activities to the Construction Manager Provide and take leadership responsibility in health, safety and environment management and encourage the reporting of all incidents Maintain effective consultation with various workers’ representatives and committees on industrial and safety subjects handling issues as they arise and referring major issues to the Construction Manager. Understand and Identify work practices, methods and activities that can be revised to improve efficiencies, safety or effectiveness Complete progress, shift reports and activity notes for works, shift handovers and milestones to ensure consistent regular reporting to the Construction Manager Understand and interpret drawings, plans, specifications and other documentation to support work activities and correlate against IFC designs with constructive notes to support as required. Regularly liaise and interact with the relevant Project team members to ensure project safety, time, and quality targets are achieved Report frequently to the Construction Manager and relevant Project team members on the progress of and all material issues regarding the assigned projects and any matters coming to the Site Supervisor’s attention which c.

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4 Sep 2020


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