Posted on :
9 Jan, 2018
9 Jan, 2018
The Land and Buildings Site Inspector (LBSI-S) reports to the Deputy Engineer’s Representative – Buildings (Dep. ER) and plays a key monitoring role in the Land and Buildings Works to ensure compliance with approved shop drawings and technical specifications. The LBSI-S will monitor Steel
Works in support of the construction of Paving, Utilities, Drainage, Buildings, Foundations, and other Works at the designated job site.
Job Title: Land and Buildings Site Inspector-Steel
Duties and Responsibilities:
The LBSI-S is responsible for actively coordinating and addressing issues on site either personally or through collaboration with other engineers, quantity surveyors, contracts specialists, and quality and safety specialists.
The LBSI-S’s duties will include, but will not be limited to, taking particular responsibility for:
Supporting administration of the Inspection Request process ensuring requests are processed and inspections properly documented within pre-defined timescales
Undertaking inspection of works in progress/on completion against pre-defined standards and applicable drawings
Providing on-site support to all other members of the construction supervision team. Assisting in developing and maintaining a proactive safety culture and incorporate safety observations into daily works inspection activity
Monitoring construction progress against approved design and applicable standards – this infers a broad surveillance role beyond specifically
undertaking inspections on request
Assisting Planning Engineers in monitoring project(s) delivery against agreed baseline schedules
Providing Dep. ER and Site Engineers with prompt and accurate data and/or opinions on all materials testing and quality control issues
Implementing effective record systems with especial reference to the compilation of as-built records
Ensuring regular checking of the calibration, accuracy and operation of testing equipment on site
Reporting and contributing to reports
Keeping a daily diary to record important events
Assisting in the maintenance of full and complete site records and, specifically, maintaining those records for which responsibility is allocated in the data management system
Attending site meetings when requested to do so
Preparing and verifying the accuracy of periodic (weekly, monthly) and ad hoc reports and project metrics
Obtaining support from the Quality Manager in implementing the QA/QC procedures
Collaborating with the Project Controls staff in assessing progress against programme
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Experience working for a consultant is required (3 years minimum)
Experience in site investigation is an advantage
Experience working for a contractor is an advantage
Specific skills required:
Preparation of technical reports
Supervision of Mechanical, Electrical and Plumbing works
Reading and interpreting plans and specifications
Reading and interpreting time schedules for construction
Person Specification (Personality Attributes):
Focused on project delivery – attention to detail and quality with a capacity to work under pressure and meet deadlines
LBSI is a member of the construction supervision team and sound interpersonal skills and team ethics are essential
Eligibility to work in Ghana (due to nationality or work permit) is an advantage.
Minimum HND in an engineering discipline
Member of professional organisation.
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It’s a place where you can apply your skills to some of the world’s most challenging, interesting, and meaningful projects worldwide. It’s a place that values the
diversity of our areas of practice and our people. It’s what makes AECOM a great place to work and grow. AECOM is an Equal Opportunity Employer.