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Clerks of Work HND / BA / BSc Job

2024-06-12 07:59   Administrative / Management   Lagos   19 views
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Job Description

Daily site inspections to ensure all development are carried out in accordance with DCC policies, procedures, and guidelines. Witnesses testing and quality control activities to ensure compliance with contract requirements
Assist in the daily DCC administration, planning, and appraisals
Ensure contractors onsite understand DCC policies, parcel plans, building development, and contractors’ code.
Carry out a thorough study of the drawings and specifications. Check for errors and discrepancies in the drawings and specifications and report to the DCC.
Conduct routine site visit to ensure strict adherence of submitted and approved development plans and quality workmanship.
Prepare detailed reports on any deviations in workmanship, construction activity or schedules together with appropriate recommendations
Ensure that Health and Safety issues that are reported or observed are adequately actioned by the appropriate contractors within the agreed timeframes
Prepare and submit detailed analytical reports as scheduled to provide decision-makers with reliable and accurate information on the status of ongoing projects.

Responsibilities

Health and Safety responsibilities:

Promote and develop a Safety Culture that secures effective implementation of policy, procedures, and responsibilities throughout the Alaro City operational delivery.
To ensure that the workplace is safe and compliant with company Health Safety and Environment guidelines as well as Directorate of Occupational Health and Safety regulations.
Conduct timely environmental health and safety audits, daily site walk downs, conduct safety toolbox talks and safety inductions as will be required.
To ensure preparation and implementation of the Site Environmental Safety and Health Management Plan.
Prepare daily safety and health reports or injury logs and ensure they are completed and submitted to relevant government agencies
Verify the adequacy and safety of all work-proposed tools and equipment
To continuously monitor and assess hazardous situations and recommend to the project team/management how to avoid or mitigate these risks.
To correct unsafe acts or conditions at respective sites through the regular line of authority, which includes issuing warnings, conducting investigations, taking disciplinary action and ensuring that all safety regulations are being followed.
Manage the arrangements for incident, accident and statutory inspections and enquiries, agreeing and implementing necessary changes
Perform any other tasks as assigned by the line manager or senior management.

Requirements
Hard skills and experience:

Undergraduate Degree in relevant subjects, including Civil and Structural Engineering, and Building Construction.
The person eligible for this role should have at least 5 years of experience in site inspector and EHS work in mixed-use real estate developments.
Demonstrate the ability to monitor a number of projects/applications simultaneously from inception to completion

Soft skills:

Mature, pragmatic and flexible approach, strong commercial judgment;
Team player but comfortable working autonomously;
Exceptional written and verbal communication skills;
Good negotiation skills;
Good attention to detail;
Rigorous and organized approach; and

Hands-on, ready to roll up the sleeves.Personal characteristics:

High energy;
Result-oriented;
Strong work ethic;
Ability to work effectively under pressure; and
Desire to live and work in Epe, Lagos.

Company Description
Alaro City, is a mixed-income, city-scale development with areas for offices, logistics and warehousing, homes, schools, healthcare facilities, hotels, entertainment and 150 hectares of parks and open spaces. Located in the North West Quadrant of the Lekki Free Zone, Alaro City lies in the growth... read more path of Lagos, one of Africas fastest-growing cities with a population of over 20 million. Alaro City is adjacent to the future Lagos international airport and close to the regions largest deep-sea port and major Nigerian and international companies. Developed by Rendeavour, in partnership with the Lagos State Government, as a joint venture that boosts foreign direct investment in Nigeria and will create tens of thousands of jobs. Rendeavour is Africas largest new city developer. We are building 7 new cities across our 12,000-hectare portfolio spread across 5 countries in Sub-Saharan Africa, including Nigeria, Ghana, Kenya, Zambia and the Democratic Republic of Congo. These cities are providing homes, education, healthcare facilities and industrial parks within a well-planned urban environment, delivering new roads and utilities such as power, water and sewerage to our communities.