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Title:  Signalling Supervisor

Job Number:  7434
Location: 

North Melbourne, VIC, AU, 3051

Signalling Supervisor, NWPA

North Western Program Alliance consists of four partners, working as ‘one team’ collocated in the Alliance’s head and project offices. NWPA has a proven track record with the completion of four level crossing removal projects, a Premium station rebuild and 3 projects currently in delivery.


We are currently looking for an experienced Signalling Supervisor to join the team. As Signalling Supervisor you will coordinate on-site teams to deliver relevant scopes of work in accordance with project plans and specifications to achieve effective performance in accordance with detailed short term programs and schedules within the designated time and budget. Implement site safety, quality and environment control and identify and assess potential risks.

 

Responsibilities of the role include;
-Coordinate the work and performance of multiple teams and subcontractors to achieve outcomes.
-Provide and take leadership responsibility in health, safety and environment management.
-Contribute to development of work methods and rolling short term construction programs and plan daily/weekly production work.
-Build strong internal and external stakeholder management through positive, proactive and professional communication to keep key personnel informed.
-Complete progress reporting, and activities, reports for shift handovers and consistent regular reporting to the Superintendent or Project Manager
-Ensure compliance of commercial and financial costs including budgets and the implications of directions within your authority limits
-Read and understand plans, review design documentation, read drawings, and provide constructive review and implementing of final designs
-Ensure contractual mechanisms of subcontractors
-Identify and mitigate risks prior to works commencing, communicate with and engage relevant stakeholders to control risk and contribute to build a risk management culture.
-Select, train and develop leading hands and ensure the observance of safety, other work standards and fair and reasonable application of industrial agreements.
-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 Project Manager.

 

To be considered for this role, it is essential that you demonstrate the following;
-Trade Qualification or similar
-2-5 years previous construction experience in a similar role.
-Substantial Industry experience in Trade and Construction
-Technical competency and understanding in the area that supervising

 


We welcome applicants from all diverse backgrounds, including Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples and people with disabilities.