Site Assistant Apprentice

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Recruiter
FERROVIAL CONSTRUCTION (UK) LIMITED
Location
Airside Stand Two, Terminal Four, London Heathrow Airport, Hounslow, TW6 3XA
Salary
£22,639.50 annually
Posted
12 Mar 2021
Closes
15 Apr 2021
Ref
VAC001689550
Specialism
Other
Sector
Unspecified
Role Type
Apprenticeship, Higher
Start Date
September
Duration
Permanent
Site Assistant Apprentice.

About Q6, Heathrow.

Ferrovial Construction has been working at Heathrow Airport for over 10 years delivering some of the most complex infrastructure projects to high quality, safety and environmental standards. We have focused on design and build projects with a mix of contractual arrangements. This has enabled us to refine our management procedures in response to Heathrow's Employers Requirements and Ferrovial Construction own internal management systems.

Since joining Heathrow's framework in 2014, Ferrovial Construction has delivered a variety of airside and landside projects across the whole airport. For example, we have delivered new taxiways and rehabilitated existing taxiways and the southern runway. We have also redeveloped sterile and grass areas and replaced critical assets, such as fire main, fuel main and HV ducts. We are currently working alongside Heathrow to rehabilitate assets with expired design life's and plan for a future runway resurfacing project. We are constantly designing and planning our works around critical assets and engaging with different key stakeholders in order to deliver Heathrow value for money.

The role

The Site Assistant Apprentice provides technical support to engineers and other construction professionals in the design, construction, operation or maintenance of the built environment and infrastructure. The Apprentice will work as part of the Airfields team reporting into the Construction team. The job role is in connection with the apprenticeship and full training will be provided in all areas. The apprentice will have a graduate as a buddy to learn from.
  • Communicating effectively at all levels including site management, technical specialists, commercial staff, planners, engineers, supervisory staff operatives, suppliers, third parties and client representatives
  • Maintaining high personal standards in health and safety
  • Monitoring the work and ensuring adoption ofLIFEBehavioural programme. Maintaining high standards in environmental awareness and behaviour
  • Driving quality delivery through effective planning and right-first-time delivery. Provide assistance to engineering staff
  • Complete quality check sheets as instructed
  • Confirming by recording in writing, on the same day, any verbal instructions received from the client / designer / client's representative
  • Ensuring that comprehensive records of resources employed on all works are maintained
  • Completing daily diary records and ensuring they are also being maintained by others under your supervision
  • Keep accurate records (diaries, photographs and records of site discussions)
  • Assist in carrying out testing / sampling of materials as required by the specification
  • Assist in carrying out site measures for control and ordering of materials
  • Complete Observation cards if you observe something unsafe, damaging to the environment or good enough to share with others. Encourage others to complete the same
  • Attending and participating in daily safety briefings, activity plan briefings and tool box talks. Carry out other relevant duties as required from time to time
  • Provide site operatives and supply chain colleagues with information from drawings, schedules and the specification

Key accountabilities
  • To ensure that safe practice of work is in place on site and that all staff adhere to this
  • To communicate design information to construction teams so they can construct the project effectively and efficiently
  • To support the productivity on site so that the project is completed on time
  • Adopting and promoting Ferrovial Construction UK Vision and Values
  • Delivering on the responsibilities as set out above
  • Taking ownership for the work assigned to you


Requirements and prospects

Desired skills

  • Analytical thinker who enjoys problem solving
  • A proven team player who can work with others
  • Good communication skills verbal and written
  • Commercial awareness
  • Familiar with all Microsoft packages, especially Excel
  • Aspiring to grow within the Ferrovial Apprenticeship programme by progressing on to higher levels


Personal qualities

  • Motivated to learn and add value to the team, the role and the apprenticeship programme
  • Proactive approach to working and learning
  • Enjoys working under pressure to meet deadlines
  • Logical thinkers who are willing to learn
  • Resilient and adaptable
  • Results driven


Desired qualifications

Entry requirements
  • A Level DD or;
  • BTEC National Diploma PPP or;
  • Access to HE Diploma with 21 Merits or;
  • Level 3 Apprenticeship in related subject or;
  • Equivalent level 3 qualifications worth 64 UCAS points
  • 5 GCCE's including Maths and English (4/C or above) or equivalent


Future prospects

Opportunity to continue towards a Construction Site Management Degree if desired.

Things to consider

Ferrovial embraces diversity and inclusion and we see the value in providing equal opportunities to all employees. We are committed to building an inclusive team from a variety of different backgrounds, perspectives and skills.

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