Supervisor Fabrication

Date: 24-Jun-2021

Location: Perth, WA, AU

Company: Civmec

About the Company

Civmec is an integrated multi-disciplinary heavy engineering and construction provider to the metals and minerals, oil and gas, infrastructure, as well as marine and defence markets. Our diversification enables us to operate extensively across the nation.

The Opportunity

Civmec are currently seeking an experienced Fabrication Supervisor with Structural Steel & Piping knowledge to join our team. This role is a permanent full time position based at our Henderson Workshop.

Duties and Responsibilities

  • Managing and supervising a fabrication team, including performance management, safety management, workflow management, task execution and leadership.
  • Assist and oversee the planning and organisation of fabrication work in the workshop ensuring job completion within time constraints
  • Develop and review documentation necessary to facilitate work carried out
  • Prepare personnel rosters and timesheets
  • Conduct weekly toolbox meetings
  • Liaise with client representatives/Project Engineers regarding technical queries, inspections, project scheduling and coordinating deliveries
  • Conduct regular inspections on buildings and materials to ensure that works are carried out according to client specifications
  • Understand and implement quality control techniques
  • Perform other general duties that may be necessary to suit operational requirements as directed
  • Maintain company standards for Quality Assurance purposes
  • Present neat documentation, correspondence and records as requested
  • Provide accurate daily, weekly and monthly reports as directed
  • Perform other general duties that may be necessary to suit operational requirements as directed
  • Understand Civmec’s HSE Management System and documentation applicable to the scope of the work.
  • Formulate safe methods of work in consultation with the HSE Advisor and workforce personnel.
  • Participate in the risk assessments where required.
  • Identify, assess and control workplace hazard. Hazards may be reported through hazard report cards, JHA’s, workplace inspections, incident investigations or audits.
  • Investigate reported hazards and incidents in the area under his/her responsibility and seek further assistance from the HSE Advisor.
  • Provide workers with feedback at pre-start and tool box meetings on the hazards that have been reported and the action taken to minimise or eliminate those hazards.
  • Ensure all site personnel have been issues with and are wearing the appropriate Personal Protective Equipment (PPE).
  • Conduct or participate in daily Pre-Starts and Tool box meetings.

About You

  • Recognised Australian Trade Qualification 
  • White Card/Blue Card
  • Previous demonstrated experience as a Supervisor
  • Previous experience within a Fabrication Workshop environment
  • Proficient knowledge in MS Office suite
  • Developed interpersonal skills

 

 

 

Civmec + You

 At Civmec, we offer an inclusive workplace with a ‘Never Assume’ culture,   supported by our experienced management team. Our Reward and Recognition program acknowledges our employees’ achievements and contributions to Civmec’ s success. Staff employment benefits  include accident and sickness insurance, access to novated leasing, and other offers from our corporate partners such as health insurance, discounted white goods and holiday travel discounts.

How to Apply

If you feel this role is for you, please click the “Apply” link to start your application. We look forward to hearing from you and starting the pathway to your career with Civmec.

Civmec is an equal opportunity employer, and encourages applications from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders.
We respectfully request no agency submissions

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