Compliance & Authorising Engineer M/F

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As a global player in construction and services, Bouygues Construction designs, builds and operates buildings and structures which improve the quality of people's living and working environment: public and private buildings, transport infrastructures and energy and communications networks.

A leader in sustainable construction, the Group and its 52,200 employees have a long-term commitment to helping their customers shape a better life.  

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Compliance & Authorising Engineer M/F


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Bouygues Energies & Services currently has an exciting opportunity for a Compliance Authorising Engineer to join our Assurance & Compliance team.  The successful applicant will join our growing Assurance & Compliance department based in London, Waterloo and will be supporting a variety of nationwide contracts.
Some of the key responsibilities of the Authorising Engineer will involve:
Responsibility for implementing the BYES Safety Rules and Procedures for the appointed disciplines in line with company policies and changes in legislation
Assessing the experience, training and competence of Authorised Persons (APs), Responsible Persons, Competent Persons and Skilled Persons, and providing recommendations of appointment
Carrying out internal or external auditing activities, including evaluation of subcontractor documentation and service reports
Providing technical and engineering support and coaching to ensure all APs are able to carry out their duties; to assist in the development of APs to ensure a balanced succession plan
Designing and delivering suitable levels of training; facilitating workshops to ensure persons under BYES UK’s management, supervision and control have the required and acceptable level of competence
Supporting the business development and advisory services departments through provision of data, site information gathering visits, auditing and mobilisation support
Conducting investigations ensuring BYES learn from the event and all actions are completed within the agreed timeframes minimising the risk of any similar accidents and incidents occurring in the future
Reviewing data and information and preparing compliance status performance reports


The ideal candidate will have the following skills, experience and qualifications:
Must hold professional qualifications and recognised membership (MIET, I.Eng or ACIBSE)
Apprentice trained or degree qualified engineer (mechanical or electrical bias) with an experience working within M&E maintenance
Excellent communication, customer relationship and interpersonal skills
Management experience of working in a critical engineering environment
NEBOSH / IOSH (or equivalent) health and safety management qualification
Flexibility to travel nationwide
Authorised Person or / and Authorising Engineer experience is an advantage
Why join us?
We value the variety and innovation that our diverse workforce brings. Our pledge is a diverse and inclusive workplace that offers fair treatment at work and a culture of mutual respect and dignity between colleagues.
All employees have a right to work in an environment in which the dignity of individuals is respected and which is free from harassment and bullying. We are committed to eliminating intimidation in any form.
We place a strong emphasis on continual development, both professional and interpersonal. Currently over 2% of the Company’s payroll is spent on Learning and Development activities. We have our own international and local training centers, delivering technical and management courses.

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