Sheet Piling Operative
Operating nationwide, Keltbray Sheet Piling offers sheet piling solutions to the Keltbray Group and as a subcontractor within the construction industry. We cover all aspects of driven steel piling including; temporary and permanent works design, supply, installation and extraction of steel sheet piles, tubular and bearing piles, welded steel framing, anchors and other associated works.
We are now looking to recruit an experienced Sheet Piling operatives for projects largely covering London and the South East however the relevant candidate will need to be willing to travel nationwide if required.
The purpose of this role:
The Sheet Piling Operative is to perform site duties and assist in the general site operations under the direction of the Foreman and or Site Supervisor.
Primary Tasks and Duties:
- Recognise that maintaining exceptional standards of Health, Safety and Welfare in the workplace is fundamental to the safe and successful delivery of each and every project.
- Be responsible for your own safety, and to others likely to be affected by your actions. Safety is everyone’s responsibility.
- Report directly to the site Foreman/Supervisor.
- Ensure all works are carried out in line with the current revision of the site HSQE documentation, i.e. RAMS, Lift Plan, Risk & COSHH Assessments.
- Work within the piling or welding gang with the specialist piling plant and equipment.
- Perform Slinger/Signaller duties, if qualified and competent.
- Banking of cranes and piling rigs if qualified and competent.
Sheet Piling or Piling project experience is essential.
Qualifications and Training:
- CSCS Piling Operative
- CPCS Slinger Signaller
- Health & Safety Awareness
- Asbestos Awareness
Keltbray are an equal opportunities employer and we are determined to ensure that no applicant or employee receives less favourable treatment on the grounds of gender, age, disability, religion, belief, sexual orientation, marital status, or race, or is disadvantaged by conditions or requirements which cannot be shown to be justifiable.