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London 109 The Print Rooms London SE1 0LH Mattinson Partnership Principal CDM Consultant
Reference #: 19720_1589536399
Location: London
Salary: £55000 - £60000 per annum
Benefits: negotiable
Sector:
Type: Permanent
Posted On: 15/05/2020

Role Purpose:

To provide professional services on multiple projects in accordance with the Construction (Design and Management) Regulations 2015, HSE Approved Code of Practice, published industry guidance and current HSE enforcement policy. The role will involve developing, securing, advising and maintaining both private and public sector clients based across the whole of the UK. Delivery of business excellence in all Health & Safety and CDM consultancy activities both internally and externally.

Main Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Issue initial and additional F10 Notification Forms to HSE
  • Prepare and issue Pre-Construction Information for tendering contractors
  • Co-ordinate and preparation, as required, of Health & Safety Files
  • Provide advice on procurement options to Clients and Clients' Agents if requested
  • Provide advice/assessment to Clients on competency and resources of CDM duty holders as required
  • Raise awareness of Health & Safety amongst Project Teams
  • Proactively liaise with Design & Project Teams
  • Provide advice on Health & Safety issues in relation to the development of designs in accordance with CDM Regulations 13 and 11
  • Simultaneously undertake CDM Co-ordinator's role across multiple projects
  • The provision of Health & Safety Consultancy to Client organisations
  • Business development and key account management; to include raising fee proposals, monthly reporting and management
  • Issue key CDM Compliant documentation in adherence to the client's development programme
  • Delivery of consultancy service compliant with established 'Best Practice'
  • Demonstrate 'Value for Money' approach to service provision
  • Ensure co-operation and co-ordination between Designers and Design Teams
  • Provide Clients with a high standard of advice with regards to the Regulations

Key Performance Measures:

  • Work in line with the company Core Values and Code of Ethics
  • Achievement of budget requirements
  • Compliance with people policies and common processes
  • KPI delivery
  • Efficient time management
  • Actively seek out business opportunities
  • Attend monthly and bi-monthly team meetings
  • Accurate record keeping of project documentation in legible format and available for short notice handover to another consultant or third parties if required
  • Consultation with Line Management regarding business systems improvement

For more information on this role or any others, give Ben Quilter a call on 0207 960 2581, or email

 
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