Utilities Package Manager - HS2 in London, United Kingdom

Utilities Package Manager - HS2

Role

Reporting to The Utility Manager will be responsible for developing and leading the utility works delivery with the Area utilities team for up to 2 Work packages having accountability for the delivery of the works with regards to safety, cost, programme and technical assurance.

Key Responsibilities

  • Add valuable utility experience to the Utilities delivery, responsibilities of which including but not limited to:

- Managing new temporary and/or permanent supply connections.

- Managing the disconnection/abandoning existing utility services.

- Managing the diversion of existing utility assets.

- Managing the protection of existing utility assets.

- Managing the output from Design and providing constructability expertise throughout the design phase.

- Input into Core procurement e.g., technical/programme reviews of supply chain submissions.

- Facilitate and ensure the close out of actions from supply chain audits

  • Implement and maintain the Safety, Health, Environment, Welfare, and Quality Minimum standards throughout the Central utilities team and supply chain.
  • Implement and maintain Environmental Management and Sustainability strategies as part of the delivery of Utilities Works (HS2 Undertaking and Assurances, HS2 Environmental Minimum Requirements EMR’s, HS2 Code of Construction Practice COCP). Ensure that the requirements, as applicable within their discipline, are implemented on the project.
  • Work with the Utility Delivery lead (Core) and Utility Manager (area) to coordinate both design and construction programming of all assets across the HS2 south route. Overseeing the programme development and planning of utilities works for the Area
  • Notify all anticipated change, highlight risk and opportunities to the Area and Core utilities team as part of the management of the Utilities scope. Work as a collective team to Maintain the Utility Asset Register (UAR) and update the requirements in line with the progression of the HS2 Programme.
  • Work with Design House (Design Partner for Lot S1 &S2) to ensure all works that impact utilities are managed and developed in a holistic manner to enable sequencing plans to be produced and accurate designs to inform pricing activities, assist in design of temporary works associated to utilities.
  • Actively pursue value engineering opportunities for the works within their sector, championing effective opportunities across the project.

  • Maintain HS2 and Company values across the works, reducing waste, emissions, and carbon.

Required qualifications, skills, behaviours and attributes

Essential:

  • Understanding of the delivery Contestable Utilities Work and associated Non-Contestable Utilities Work. Ideally in all sectors: Gas, Water, Electricity, Telecoms, Sewerage and Drainage.
  • Understanding of New Roads and Streets Works Act (NRSWA), Water Industry Act, Electricity Act
  • Understanding of Utility companies, procedures, and handover requirements for works done as a Lloyds Registered ICP/IGT/Self Lay Organization.
  • Understanding of street works, liaison with Local Boroughs/Highway Authority.
  • Understanding of NEC Contract terms and Conditions.
  • Understanding of planning tools and software (Primavera P6, MS Project) and their influence on the NEC Contract.
  • CSCS Card
  • SMSTS
  • Degree qualified in relevant engineering discipline

In addition to the above discipline role, the Utility Manager must carry out their duties in accordance with the Company Core Values:

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