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About the job Traffic Light Installations Supervisor

Traffic Light Installations Supervisor, Romford, £32,000 - £44,000

Full-time; flexibility required, including nights, weekends, and occasional travel.

About Us:

As a Traffic Light installation supervisor in our Urban64 division, you'll oversee the strategic placement of concrete blocks and 7m posts for temporary traffic signals. Your expertise ensures seamless installation, precision cabling, and reliable traffic control. Your hands-on leadership maintains installation integrity, contributing to urban traffic management and safety.

This role demands punctuality for timely execution, decision-making skills for on-site activities and safety assessments, and composure under pressure to navigate challenges. Leading a dynamic team requires motivating professionals, making punctuality, decisive action, and composure key attributes we seek. If you embody these qualities, join us in driving excellence in our Urban64 division.

Key Responsibilities:

  • Oversee the preparation and on-site delivery of Urban64 traffic light installations.
  • Manage a team of around five people, ensuring they are suitably prepared & trained for on-site work.
  • Prioritize Health and Safety procedures to ensure the safety of the team, clients, and the public.
  • Report and manage near misses to prevent potential accidents.
  • Ensure compliance with company risk assessments, method statements, and COSHH assessments.
  • Conduct toolbox talks and promote a culture of safety within the team.
  • Coordinate and use all installation equipment, maintaining accurate stock records.
  • Complete quality checks on work carried out by the installation teams, promoting a "Right First Time" culture.
  • Provide updates to clients and ensure all mandatory information and reports are submitted promptly.
  • Represent the company professionally and demonstrate discretion with confidential information.
  • Supervise the development and training of new starters and less experienced installers.
  • Take responsibility for the maintenance and organization of the depot yard. Ensure that all equipment and vehicles are stored appropriately, and that the yard is well-maintained for efficient operations.
  • Support Regional and escalation managers in decision-making by communicating on-site considerations effectively.
  • Conduct daily vehicle inspections to ensure high serviceability and cleanliness.
  • Oversee and implement housekeeping standards at the depot, ensuring a clean and organized workspace. Promote a culture of cleanliness and organization among the team.
  • Effectively manage and monitor the stock of equipment and materials used for installations. Ensure accurate records are maintained, and stock levels are replenished as needed.
  • Perform other duties as assigned by the National Manager.

Desirable Qualifications:

  • GCSEs in English and Mathematics.
  • City and Guilds qualification or equivalent in highways installations.
  • Sector 8 Accreditation, Health, and Safety qualifications (NRSWA, G39, and ECS).
  • IT literate.
  • IPAF Trained.
  • Hold an NPOR competency card.
  • SSSTS Qualified (mandatory within 6 months of employment).
  • CSCS cardholder.

Essential Experience:

  • Ability to work alone and as part of a team.
  • Full driving license with no more than three points.
  • 80/20 split between site and depot work.
  • Supervision of onsite works.
  • Ability to work at heights.
  • Competent in driving company vans and pickups up to 3.5 Ton.
  • Competent in towing a trailer with loaded plant equipment.
  • Ability to prioritize tasks and activities.
  • Ability to switch between tasks/projects.
  • Ability to effectively influence onsite work activities.

Desirable Experience:

  • Basic electrical knowledge.
  • Basic knowledge of traffic signals theory (phases/stages/detection).
  • Experience in a Highways environment.
  • Basic knowledge of traffic light installations.

Personal Attributes / Skills:

  • Safety-oriented individual.
  • Attention to detail.
  • Reliable and flexible team player.
  • Confident communicator (verbal and written).
  • Ability to handle tense/challenging situations.
  • Organized, trustworthy, and self-motivated.
  • Enthusiastic.
  • Effective time management.
  • Punctual

Throughout this process, we prioritize transparency, fairness, and equal opportunity, ensuring a seamless journey for candidates aspiring to be part of our dedicated team. A right to work must be in the UK must be in place to be considered for the role