IMR WR Area Trenchless Manager

Trenchless Area Manager (West)

Location: Corby WRC

Contract: Full Time Permanent

Salary: Dependent on experience and skills

At Anglian Water our values are that together, we will: Build trust, do the right thing, and we are always exploring.

Who are we? 

Here within Anglian Water, we collaborate with a number of alliance partners to provide the best water recycling services across the region by maintaining our existing assets and undertaking new projects to safeguard future water recycling asset health.  

Playing a key part in our drive to bring environmental and social prosperity to the region we serve through our commitment to Love Every Drop are the Integrated Maintenance and Repair Water Recycling Alliance (IMR WRA) who are key to delivering sustainable solutions.

Comprising of Anglian Water, Clancy, Claret Civil Engineering, Public Sewer Services and Danaher & Walsh, the IMR WRA manages planned and emergency sewer, rising mains and SMART technology installation as well as maintenance and repair across the region.

With the amount of work and sites increasing at a rapid rate across the region, we are looking for a number of Site Engineers to join us to drive performance excellence!

What will you be doing as our new Trenchless Area Manager?

This role will require travel to project sites within the designated area.

The successful candidate will be expected to adhere to company policies and procedures regarding health, safety, and environmental standards.

As the Trenchless Area Manager, you will play a pivotal role in the successful delivery of trenchless/CIPP projects and Proactive Parcels, ensuring compliance, safety, and efficiency throughout the process. You will lead by example, fostering a culture of collaboration, innovation, and continuous improvement within the team

Key Responsibilities:

Leadership on Large-Scale Trenchless/CIPP Projects and Proactive Parcels:

  • Lead and oversee all aspects of trenchless/CIPP projects and Proactive Parcels within the designated area.
    • Ensure projects are executed efficiently, safely, and in compliance with company standards and UK specifications.

Engagement with Stakeholders, Programme Teams, and Planners:

  • Collaborate with relevant stakeholders, programme teams, and planners to ensure seamless project execution.
    • Communicate effectively to address any concerns or issues that may arise during project implementation.

Design and Solutions Compliance:

  • Develop solutions and designs that align with department standards and comply with UK specifications and approvals.
    • Ensure materials used in projects meet compliance requirements and undergo testing with independent testing facilities.

CDM Compliance and Obligations:

  • Fulfil the obligations of a Designer for CDM (Construction Design and Management) purposes.
    • Assist in preparing Pre-Construction Information (PCI) and Construction Phase Plans (CPP) to ensure compliance and safety.

Support for Trenchless Site Manager:

  • Provide support and guidance to the trenchless Site Manager to ensure effective execution of their duties.
    • Ensure Site Manager has the necessary tools, training, and knowledge to perform their role efficiently.

Monthly Standdowns and Updates:

  • Organise and facilitate monthly standdown meetings, where updates on departmental, organisational, and health and safety matters are delivered.
    • Play a significant role in delivering updates and ensuring effective communication within the team.

Key Skills and Qualifications:

  • Extensive experience in trenchless/CIPP projects and Proactive Parcels management.
  • Strong understanding of UK specifications, approvals, and compliance requirements.
  • Proficiency in project management tools and techniques.
  • Excellent communication and interpersonal skills.
  • Ability to lead and motivate a team to achieve project objectives.
  • Knowledge of CDM regulations and obligations.
  • Certification as a Designer for CDM purposes would be advantageous.

Inclusion is for everyone. We are an equal opportunity employer which means we’ll consider all suitably qualified applicants regardless of gender identity or expression, ethnic origin, nationality, religion or beliefs, age, sexual orientation, disability status or any other protected characteristic. We recruit and develop our people based on merit and their passion for creating better outcomes, and we’re committed to creating an environment where all our colleagues feel they belong. 

If you are looking for the next step in your career, then please apply today.

Closing date:  11th July 2024


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