Logistics Manager - Civil Engineering sector

Recruiter
CDM Recruitment
Location
London
Salary
£60000 - £75000/annum + competitive package
Posted
17 Jul 2017
Closes
16 Aug 2017
Sector
Engineering
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time
A National Tier One contractor based throughout the UK are looking for a Logistics Manager to work on a £1bn+ project in London. This high profile project is on a complex site with multiple business partners involved.

The logistics manager will be required to manage the movement of people, goods and equipment throughout the site in order to ensure organisational effectiveness, efficiency and safety in both the pre-construction and construction phases of the project. This role is for an experienced logistics manager who has worked on £100m+ civil engineering projects who is looking for their next challenge.

General
• Assist the Project Team in the coordination of associated trade contractors,
which include all logistics and works activities ensuring that consideration is
given to the neighbouring / local community
• Attend daily activity “Black Hat” briefings for the coordination of Trade
Contractors and Sub-contractors
• Ensure compliance with statutory and company procedures across all
functions including quality, health and safety and environmental
• Ensure that planned actions take into account the environmental impact to
minimise the risk of an environmental incident, reduce waste and / or
damage or loss of materials through sound planning and clear instructions

Mobilisation
• Responsible for all traffic management internally and externally
• Create and manage operational procedures and Logistics related method
statement
• Create a schedule of logistics meetings and ensure logistics are
represented at site me

Delivery Management
• Ensure components / equipment are delivered to site in line with the
construction programme taking into account any changes on site i.e. design
changes or delays
• Utilise the delivery management systems to maximise efficiencies Provide l
Logistics instruction to all project suppliers
• Manage all movements to and from site and keeping associated records
Enforce the full use of the organisation's delivery management system
• Plan to and maximise load capacity on all vehicles arriving at site were
possible, ensure suppliers use appropriate vehicles for delivery
• Ensure that drivers and vehicles meet the required standards before being
accepted to site Package Engineer Logistics packages

Vehicles, plant, equipment and vertical transport
• Specifying and managing plant and equipment
• Maintain an asset register of equipment Mewps and lifting equipment.
(Huge task to asset manage ALL equipment, Not possible to do this for one
person )
• Ensure vehicles and plant are operated safely by trained personnel and in a
legally compliant manner i.e. FORS
• Ensure all equipment is inspected, maintained and tested to agreed
frequencies i.e. Mewps Have a knowledge of hoists and cranes, and create
and agree booking system to manage their capacit

Supply Chain Management
• Provide site logistics document in association with the Chief Engineer and
maintain and update as necessary
• Have a good understanding of the characteristics of the site, including site
access /egress, storage capacity and arrangement by programme, labour,
hoists, cranes etc
• Produce and manage the Site Logistics Strategy document in collaboration
with the Chief Engineer and update regularly at key stages of the project
• Produce and maintain a site logistics plan and amend whenever any routes
or plant changes take place
• Control materials in and out of site which will include site waste, deliveries
• Plan and integrate with key contractors to meet the needs of the planned
programme and de-confliction of on-site space and time where
appropriate
• Be capable of managing sub-contractors to deliver their package of goods
or services Have a good understanding of variation control and early
communication of foreseeable Change

Programme Support
• Embrace a delivery-focussed culture for continuous improvement Organise
resources to enable contract deadlines to be achieved
• Organise resources to work additional hours as required to meet project
deadlines (eg extended site hours if required by client)
• Responsible for ensuring logistics activities are not a constraining factor on
the program, where deemed unavoidable ensuring the issues are
communicated in order that de-confliction can occur

Safety
• Ensuring the organisation’s safety policies are followed
• Responsible for ensuring that material movement to and from the
workface does not cause damage to the works, the workforce or the
public.
• Create appropriate logistics awareness training and deliver to site
workforce via presentation/TBTs as required.
• Review method statements, risk assessments and ensure lifting plans are
produced. Safeguard vulnerable road users from traffic and transport c
created by the site