Site Manager-Project manager-Electrical Engineer
Last Updated: 8th May 2019 (over 3 years ago)
Experience includes site management, health & safety on major projects worth over and above 20 million and also smaller projects maintaining and improving sustainable systems in hostile environments.
Housing, Civils, M&E, rail track, site managements, health & safety,
I.T. Microsoft windows – Word- Projects – excel – presentations.
Nick has been in this discipline for over 35 years working internationally and in the UK.
Nick is multi-disciplined with vast experience in most disciplines including civils’ M&E.
Highly collaborative and a passion for delivering a quality service and product.
A comprehensive knowledge of and promoting health & safety systems, slashing waste,
vigorous in completing projects on time and to budget.
Familiar with six sigma systems and ISO - kaizen quality methodology.
Safe and effective installations achieved and expected.
Close interaction with military needs and objectives in hostile environments, support of international
— Jul 2015
PRINCE2 was released in 1996 as a generic project management method which has become increasingly popular and is now a de facto standard for project management in many UK government departments and across the United Nations system.
British Institute of facilities Management Level 3
— Jan 2015
and address problems that, while well defined, have a measure of complexity. It includes taking responsibility for initiating and completing tasks and procedures as well as exercising autonomy and judgement within limited parameters. It also reflects awareness of different perspectives or approaches within an area of study or work.
— Mar 2010
The NEBOSH National Diploma is the qualification for aspiring health and safety professionals, building directly upon the foundation of knowledge provided by the NEBOSH National General Certificate. It is designed to provide students with the expertise required to undertake a career as a safety and health practitioner and also provides a sound basis for progression to postgraduate study.
Installation and Commissioning Electrical Systems Level 3 No.2355
— Jun 2003
The qualifications I will list below that compliments my skills and attributes in this field. For a full and detailed list please see my linked in profile.
Electronic Servicing Part One City & Guilds 2240 July 1993
Electronic Servicing Part Two City & Guilds 2240 January 1994
Quality Assurance City & Guilds 7430 August 1995
Electrical Theory and practice Part Two City & Guilds 2360 August 1998
Requirements for electrical Installations (IEE 16th edition) City & guilds 2380 June 1999
Electrical Installation Theory and practise Part two City & Guilds 2360 August 1999
Level 3 Inspection and testing of electrical installations City & guilds 2391 Nov 2001
Erection of mobile towers cert March 2002
Inspection and testing of electrical Equipment City & Guilds 2377 May 2002
Installation and Commissioning Electrical Systems Level 3 City & guilds 2355 June 2003
Requirements for electrical Installations (IEE 17th edition) City & guilds 2382 July 2009
Checking all works related to electrical power plant, sewage, water treatment, ensure the perpetual availability and reliability of all equipment groups and will operate the electrical maintenance function in line with company and contract objectives whilst maintaining a first class service to customers. Installing circuits, fixtures, electrical outlets, breaker boxes, panels and other electrical equipment. Responsible for managing and overseeing workers and Laborers assisted to the job or project.
Schedule assignments on an on-going basis to the project on the timeline.
Co-ordinate the delivery and requisition of supplies to ensure the job goes forward on schedule.
Carry out troubleshooting any difficulties or problems with the installations.
Meet with contractors, building managers or clients to report any concerns or progress as requested.
Submit requests for supplies and tools and organise work site properly, responsibly to run projects as laid out in diagrams and building plans.
Technical Works officer
— Mar 2012
• Property maintenance including the buildings, exhibits, plant, machinery, services.
• The workshop, machines, tools, and equipment.
• Implementation of a program of preventive maintenance.
Monitoring, testing and reporting
• Regularly monitoring, testing and reporting on the performance of energy management, fire, security, emergency lighting and electrical systems, so that faults are identified and immediate remedial action taken.
• Ensuring that all statutory testing, inspections and servicing are carried out
• Monitoring the condition and numbers of consumables& spares plus ordering and collecting them as required and within agreed budgetary limits.
• Monitoring the performance of the work performed by on site contractors to ensure they meet standards.
• Keeping accurate, up to date records of faults.
• Entering the results of fire tests and recording system failures.
• Maintaining documentation relating to workshop machinery, routine checks and planned maintenance.
• Maintaining the Faults Reporting System and updating as necessary.
Communications and IT systems.
• Assisting with the implementation and maintenance of IT and telecommunications systems.