Fleet & Plant Supervisor

Location East Kilbride
Discipline: Administration
Contact name: Stephen McNair

Job ref: 012368
Published: 20 days ago

 

Main Purpose:

 

Reporting to the Operations Manager, the supervisor will primarily be field based carrying out complex traffic management site audits as well as all other KN sites to ensure full compliance where health & safety is paramount. The supervisor will also be responsible for carrying out the company’s various toolbox talks at regular intervals and day to day tasks including the implementation, maintenance and removal of various complex traffic management schemes based on the company’s requirements.

 

Main Duties:

 

*  Implementation, maintenance, removal of traffic management schemes.

 

*  Carry out TM audits on our workforce at regular intervals as well as audits on the wider group’s sites ensuring full compliance throughout.

 

  • Carry out toolbox talks at regular intervals to all workforce, including recording, reporting to ops manager on current status.

 

*  Attend regular meetings to discuss the latest companies’ operational activities.

 

*  Overseeing TM requirements in Scotland/England

 

Experience, Skills and Knowledge:

 

The successful candidate will have:

 

  • Full sector scheme 12AB & D qualifications.
  • Full driving license including trailer license.
  • Minimum 5 years + experience in the traffic management industry at operative or above level.
  • Ability to conduct yourself professionally and coherently when attending meetings, carrying out toolbox talks etc.

 

  • Think critically and problem solve.
  • Handle confidential/sensitive information with discretion.
  • High attention to detail.
  • Customer services skills.
  • Conflict management and resolution skills - Build consensus, anticipate and solve problems.
  • Ability to adapt to a fast-paced environment where client demands require a service second to none.

 

Health & Safety Compliance:

Monitor site practices and routines to ensure compliance with relevant legislation and regulations, including the company H & S Policy, to minimise the likelihood of accidents and the resulting fines and compensation claims. Ensure training needs are identified and, in conjunction with HSEQ Department, arrange for personnel to attend such courses as are necessary. Failure to embrace a safe and secure environment can result in disciplinary proceedings.