Mobile Authorised Person
As a Mobile Authorised Person you will ensure the requirements of JSP375 are complied with in all activities undertaken on the establishments within their area of responsibility.
Ideally you will have Petroleum experience and will be covering the Fairford area, full driving license required.
Accept responsibility for the practical implementation and operation of JSP375 to support the effective and timely delivery of Additional Works, planned and response maintenance. Ensure as far as reasonably practical that all persons within the Service Delivery Area observe the requirements of JSP375. Assess the competence of Skilled Persons for appointment to ensure suitably qualified and experienced operatives are directed to relevant tasks and review experience and performance regularly.
Produce high quality Risk Assessments and Method Statements and, where required, issue safety programmes and Permits to Work. Provide professional and technical support and advice to Amey site team, Supply Chain, DIO and end users.
Record all tasks against the appropriate assets in the WorkManager system and ensure all documentation relating to jobs is completed, recorded and distributed in a timely manner. Manage project work as directed by Management and confer with the Additional Works team to ensure that all works are completed to the required standards. Review site risk registers, follow maintenance and management processes, notify Management of any defects on equipment or systems and attained and contribute to risk meetings as required. Reduce the number of corrective actions (CARs) raised and close existing CARs within agreed timescales. Liaise closely with Authorising Engineers and take ownership of personal training plan, familiarisation and knowledge across all sites within the Service Delivery Area, maintain accurate records within personal log book for site attendance and activities undertaken. Identify opportunities on establishments that will support the MoD's carbon reduction targets.
Work in collaboration with colleagues across Amey to provide consistent approach to delivering the requirements of JSP 375 across the contract. Understand operational priorities of the HoE, develop and maintain close working and effective relationships with DIO and end users to pro-actively support estate activities and provide professional and technical advice as required. Support end users in the development of new work requirements including the provision of formal Additional Works project submissions.
Support the Helpdesk in responding to requests for professional and technical advice
Arrange appropriate training and provide sufficient and timely supervision, assessment and coaching for Skilled Persons and instruct all persons who are required to operate equipment which is under the control of the Authorised Person. Ensure Skilled Persons are aware of any restrictions related to their work and, where necessary, suspend the appointment of Skilled Persons.
Skills & experience
Significant practical experience of Safe Systems of Work including:
Management of the Operational Delivery of JSP375. Ability to solve problems and make decisions. Ability to work on own initiative and demonstrable experience of working in a collaborative environment.
Experience of supervising site operations, including:
- Managing staff in the appropriate disciplines
- Planning, directing and controlling activities
- Management of resources to achieve results
- Agreeing scope and priorities of work
HND level qualification in an Electrical/ Mechanical Engineering or a related discipline or equivalent experience.
Technical qualifications & training as required by JSP 375, including:
Emergency first aid and Fire safety
Management level qualification in H&S and Environment (e.g. SMSTS)
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