CDM Advisor/Principal Designer. Manchester office/North West Region. c45-50k + benefits.

CDM Advisor/Principal Designer. Manchester office/North West Region. c45-50k + benefits.  (Permanent)

Entered: 11 Dec 2017
Reference Number: NWPDC6
Duration: Permanent
Location: North West
Salary: 40-50k
Sector: Construction, Consultancy

CDM Advisor/Principal Designer. Manchester office/North West Region. c45-50k + benefits. Global professional services consulting and contracting firm require a CDM Advisor/Principal Designer to provide services to a broad specturm of clients across varied project sectors throughout the mainly North West region. You will; Support construction project managers, designers, clients and contracting activities with specialist CDM advice. Assist senior members of Design Safety in tendering, winning work and reporting. Advise clients in their duty to appoint designers and contractors Co-ordinate design work, planning and other preparation for construction Identify and collect pre-construction information and advise the client on gaps Provide to those involved with the design of the project, and to the principal contractor, relevant parts of the pre-construction information. Advise the client as to the suitability of the initial construction phase plan and the arrangements Produce or update a health and safety file at the end of the construction phase. Undertake CDM audits and reviews and report to the client. You will have; Strong knowledge of CDM 2015 and construction related health and safety issues. Experience of design risk management Suitable academic and/or professional qualifications. Hold or be working towards CMaPS and/or IOSH membership. If you are interested and would like to be considered please reply with an updated CV, we will be able to provide further information about the role from there. If you are not interested or available please let me know your current situation so we can update your file. If this opportunity does not sound overly relevant to your experience, apologies for the inconvenience.


Contact: Paul Bailey

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