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Electrical Coordinator

  • Sector: Oil & Gas
  • Location: Perth
  • Job type: Contract
  • Date posted: 18/09/2015
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The Company:
From small brownfield services contracts to mega greenfield projects, our Client has the skills and technologies to address all challenges.Our Client is the biggest engineering company in Australia and they are a key provider of professional services to the energy, resource, and complex process industries with a Global reach and prescence spanning many decades.

The Role:
My EPCM Client is currently accepting applications for an Electrical Coordinator for a 12 month contract to be based in the Perth CBD.


• Implement the construction plan and monitor the progress in respect to time, budgetary and quality.
• Plan work activities and identify hazards and controls in consultation with employees.
• Monitor construction work and ensure adherence to permit procedures and statutory requirements.
• Conduct and record site inspections and risk assessments.
• Ensure accountability of employees and sub-contractors and their daily performance, by;
◦ monitoring the work standard and ensure full compliance with specifications
◦ identify and resolve, as necessary, interface issues between contractors.
• Ensure materials and equipment are compliant with the specifications and that inspections and tests are conducted and recorded to prove compliance.
• Ensure all regulatory and statutory requirements regarding testing and record keeping are met and that reporting progress is accurate and in the required format.
• In conjunction with the field planner, ensure the execution plan for each contract is logical, achievable and adequately resourced and establish suitable benchmarks for measuring physical progress.
• Liaise with the Materials/Logistics Controller to ensure adherence to the project schedule.
• Review incoming engineering drawings and assess the impact of any changes to the schedule.
• Identify contract variations and, when necessary, participate in negotiations in respect to scope changes.
• Record and maintain relevant milestones, technical problems or issues, number of resources, equipment useage on the project/site and provide regular feedback to the Construction Manager/Construction Superintendent on these matters.
• Plan and co-ordinate resources and equipment for the field tasks to conduct the work in a safe, timely and cost effective manner and ensure successful completion of work. Report any breaches to the line supervisor.
• Assess risks and hazards involved in tasks and methods to manage the hazards in order to prevent incidents, injury and damage.
• Establish and maintain good working relationships with clients and ensure effective communication with various stakeholders.

HSE Responsibilities

• Represent the Client on the construction site, providing visible HSE Leadership, organising, administering, and controlling site activities in accordance with the relevant legislation, client and internal requirements
• Monitor and guide contractors to ensure their compliance with the HSE Plan
• Participation in all HSE reviews, assessments, incident reviews and audits.
• Attend Job Starts as necessary
• Ensure a safe working environment is provided, monitor and influence the Safety and Environmental performance of all personnel on site
• Be familiar with construction work, job start meetings, permit procedures and statutory requirements and specific needs for the type of work being performed
• Participate in the planning of work activities, identifying hazards and establishment of controls in consultation with Contractors and their employees.
• Conduct and record site inspections and risk assessments (including Hazard ID, risk analysis and control).
• Participate in the resolution of HSE issues and ensure HSE issues/incidents are communicated and reported on
• Demonstrate behaviour and business practices commensurate with a culture of world’s best health, safety and environmental performance.
• Assist in developing, communicating, implementing and regularly review systems, strategies, standards and processes (including environmental plans or health management programs) that:
◦ Minimise the potential impact of work activities or work sites managed by the Client on the environment;
◦ Manage the impact of work activities or work sites managed by Client on the environment;
◦ Assist in the Management of recovery from environmental incidents;
◦ Promote safe, healthy and environmentally friendly workplaces and behaviour,including workplaces not managed by the Client and behaviour when not at work;
• Manage workplace illness and injury and trends
• Acquire and maintain sufficient knowledge and awareness of the workplace environment to identify and manage work hazards and incidents.

Standard Competencies Manager/Supervisor/Coordinator

• Understands how the business delivers value to shareholders, what drives profitability and what increases growth.
• Demonstrate Excellent Safety Leadership abilities
• Able to make decisions or communicate issues to line manager and assist in the lead and management of others in changing business conditions.
• Sound people management skills such as leadership, team, interpersonal, and acceptance of all parties and do not create a variation.

If you meet the criteria and are available to commence, please apply now.

Essential Skills / Qualifications:
Required Skills / Qualifications coaching, mentoring and supervisory skills.
• Must be able to build, motivate, develop and manage an effective team.
• Sound management skills including the ability to plan, set goals; and manage time, priorities, resources, accountabilities, schedules and cost.
• Effectively communicates to line manager any conflict between individuals and/or groups.
• At trade level negotiates successful outcomes that achieve the required objectives and have the support

•Knowledgeable in the establishment and application of construction management systems, processes and tools

• Excellent technical and practical skills and able to consistently deliver quality, accurate and timely work
• Competent in the use of relevant software such as MS Office Suite and a sound knowledge in relevant software.
• Previous technical, practical and leadership experience in the relevant discipline, including experience in construction positions and construction supervisio
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