£40,000 - £55,000
Contact Helen Phillips
Asset Inspector required ASAP to start a permanent position in Central London working on an exciting project for a main contractor. Projects include redevelopments on London’s Stations.
The Asset Inspector is responsible for:
- Planning and coordinating the inspections of existing LU assets and buildings with mitigation measures affected by the ground movement caused by BSCU.
- Carrying out inspections necessary for managing the effects of the BSCU works on existing assets within the zone of influence (tile tapping, removal of loose tiles, identification of water ingress, identification of steps in flooring – trip hazards).
- Liaise with Station Supervisor and their Station team to ensure required repairs are carried out in a timely manner and necessary responses to defects detected during inspections are followed through.
- The role will include liaising with LU, Designers, and Third Parties to ensure the works are implemented as appropriate and sufficient for the requirements in a timely manner.
- Produce inspection programmes for LU assets and buildings.
- Liaise with the consents team to plan inspections of buildings.
- Maintain good community and Third Party relations.
- Co-ordinate with stakeholders/consents and inspect assets during the zone of influence of tunnelling and excavation activities and report to review meetings.
- Ensure all relevant Inspection findings are correlated and recorded for all assets and inform the structural mitigation measure installation on a daily basis (daily reports and database).
- Raise non-conformances instigating immediate corrective action whenever possible.
- Liaise with LU station supervisor and construction team to ensure inspection findings and correlating actions are dealt with in a timely manner to maintain safety standard for passengers.
You will be educated to degree or higher level in a surveying, engineering, mining or construction discipline. A lower educational level, typically HNC or HND or a fully recorded vocational training to an equivalent level (Mining Qualifications Board; Mine Surveyors Certificate or similar) may be acceptable where a significant level of experience in a technical engineering role can be demonstrated.
- Appropriate CSCS card type and level
- LU Sentinel card
- Experience in a similar role within the construction or tunnelling industries
- Previous experience in rail environment
- Previous experience in LU environment
- Good communication skills
- Willingness to work nightshift 70% of the time.
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Apply now with a CV detailing your relevant experience