Site Scaffolding Coordinator

  • Hitachi Zosen Inova AG
  • Slough (UK)
  • Presence
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About us

Hitachi Zosen Inova (HZI) is a global market leader in energy from waste (EfW) and renewable gas. HZI acts as an engineering, procurement and construction contractor and project developer, delivering complete turnkey plants and system solutions for thermal and biological EfW recovery. HZI is an equal opportunities employer, for full details of our policies please see our careers page.

Your responsibilities

  • Demonstrates leadership and commitment to Health, Safety, Environment and Quality (HSEQ). Actively encourages and leads the HZI and contractor teams to implement and comply with project HSEQ requirements
  • Ensures that all relevant HSEQ requirements are incorporated into area of re- sponsibility and that, in consultation with site management and HSE team, HSE hazards are eliminated or mitigated to the extent practicable
  • Ensures that risk assessments and method statements (RAMS) are reviewed with regards to HSE requirements and that work is carried out in accordance with the RAMS
  • Is responsible for the safety and HSE performance of all personnel under their control, and for stopping work where this might be compromised
  • Ensures works within area of responsibility are executed in accordance with the contract, and conform with project time and budget requirements
  • Acts as the principal contact in the co-ordination of all scaffolding equipment on site
  • Chairs co-ordination meetings between the various contractors on site to ensure the minimum hindrance to the construction work
  • Ensures all scaffolding operations are planned, organised and undertaken by competent persons
  • Ensures that the scaffolding equipment is positioned and installed so as to minimise any risks e.g. from the load falling or striking people
  • Ensures that scaffolding equipment is suitable for the proposed use and is marked with any appropriate information to be taken into account for its safe use
  • Ensures that scaffolding equipment and scaffolding accessories are subject to a periodic thorough examination to confirm they are fit for purpose
  • Designs and preplans the scaffold including weight limitations, scaffold type, fall protection, tie-offs, supports, etc.
  • Oversees the erection of the scaffold
  • Carries out final inspection of the scaffold prior to initial occupation for use
  • Inspects and documents the condition of the scaffold and its ability to be occupied safely
  • Inspects scaffolds after changes / alterations have been made
  • Oversees and inspects of mobile scaffolds
  • Trains other competent persons, scaffold erectors, and users
  • Delivers Lessons Learned and feedback for current and future projects
  • Keeps the Site Manager informed of all site related activities

Your experiences

  • CISRS Advanced scaffolding inspection
  • 1 Day temporary works accredited training course
  • Experience in a similar role on large construction projects
  • Knowledge of relevant HSEQ legal and management system requirements
  • Site Supervisor Safety Training Scheme (SSSTS) or equivalent
  • Valid Safety Contractors Certificate (SCC), Safepass (ROI), CSCS or CCNSG
    card or equivalent
  • Good working knowledge of Microsoft suite applications

We offer

  • Very competitive salaries with annual performance reviews and bonus awards
  • Pension scheme, life insurance and disability insurance
  • Private medical insurance for you and your family
  • Inclusive, values led culture
  • Responsibility and challenge within multi discipline field of activities
  • Team-oriented working atmosphere in an international Company
  • Tailored learning and development opportunities
  • Career path options 


Do you have any questions? Please contact us.
We look forward to receiving your application.
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