Works Controller

Requisition Number:  12861
Company:  W Electric Company UK Ltd

Moor Row, CMA, GB, CA24 3HY

Works Controllers (WC) are site-based personnel, responsible for the oversight of all TDA managed construction operations on behalf of the TDA Construction Manager.  A WC will be discipline focussed, responsible for driving standards and expectations relating to Health & Safety, schedule adherence, quality outcomes and behaviour.  A WC will be the point of contact for all ‘in-delivery’ task orders on site, and will maintain their position as professional interface between client and work force/subcontractor reporting directly to the TDA Construction Manager on all outcomes.


  1. Responsibilities


  • Responsible for Management, Control and Oversight of discipline specific works in accordance with Construction (Design & Management) regulations. Noting that the Construction Programme Manager remains accountable at all times. 
  • Responsible for supporting the production, review and approval of SSoW in line with TDA procedures.
  • Responsible for implementing change control in line with client processes in respect of SSoW.
  • Responsible for the production and delivery of task start up/pre-job briefs.
  • Responsible for ensuring that accidents and incidents are reported immediately in line with TDA Construction Management System.
  • Ensure that all personnel identified to undertake works on behalf of TDA are Suitably Qualified and Experienced.
  • Responsible for ensuring delivery, tracking and monitoring of agreed schedules
  • Responsible for liaison with Project Engineers (TO), to ensure swift resolution to technical queries, resource issues, equipment and material issues, schedule updates etc.
  • Responsible for supporting the preparation of RFQ build ensuring Construction norms are included.
  • Responsible for attendance at key task specific meetings; i.e. opening up, progress, Constructability, HAZCON, HAZOP etc. and contributing accordingly.
  • Responsible for contribution to identified Post Job Reviews, ensuring learning is captured where applicable
  • Responsible for maintaining professionalism, be responsive and adaptive to change and seek to propose and implement improvements where they are identified as value adding
  • Responsible for interface with key client resources; i.e. HP&S
  • Responsible for the collation of site based documentation in support of LTR’s


  1. Accountabilities


  • Accountable for undertaking Workplace Inspections/Housekeeping Inspections on a daily basis.
  • Accountable for ensuring SSOW are in date and available for use such that delays are not introduced.
  • Accountable for administration and completion of Construction Quality Punch Lists
  • Accountable for engaging Inspection authorities at relevant stages of works
  • Accountable for compliance with the standards and expectations set by TDA
  • Accountable for administration of Site Status reports in a timely manner, including detailed analysis of Activity Code status, delay, disruption, workforce numbers in line with TDA processes.
  • Accountable for attendance and support into Integrated Work Management (IWM) daily end of shift meetings.
  • Accountable for ensuring compliance with the Client’s Management System at task level
  • Accountable for ensuring that supervisors are briefed, and resources are allocated as per the agreed R&R/Resource Allocation output and that any variations are immediately reported to the CM for action.
  • Accountable for Goods Inward to the location where the works are provided, insofar that gate bookings etc. are in place.
  • Accountable for the reporting of ‘off-normal’ conditions using the ATLAS reporting system.
  • Accountable for professionally maintaining client relationships in the spirit of collaboration.


  1. Authorities


  • Authorised to start and stop work under TDA control.  Stop commands to be issued where Health & Safety compliance is undermined, Quality objectives cannot be met or works are deemed ‘not constructible’
  • Authorised to redeploy operatives to other works where it is not practicable to continue on planned works – redeployment must be communicated to the Construction Management


  1. TDA Minimum Training/SQEP Requirements


  • TDA Induction.
  • IOSH Managing Safely.
  • Site Supervisor / Manager Health & Safety Test CSCS Card.
  • Discipline specific professional recognised qualification.
  • Experience in the field of work to be supervised.
  • Relevant training and experience of management and supervision skills.


  1. Sellafield Site Pre- Requisite Minimum Training Requirements


  • Sellafield Site Induction
  • Security Check (SC) clearance, or above.
  • Access to C2/R2+ Areas course
  • FGMSP Induction Walk round
  • Decommissioning Safety Induction
  • Sellafield Appreciating Nuclear Safety Awareness Brief
  • Perception of Workplace Risk
  • Standards & Expectations
  • IOSH Managerial Responsibilities
  • IOSH Managing Safely Certificate
  • Safe System of Work
  • Relevant training and experience of management and supervision skills.

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