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NEC ECC Supervisor

Salary: Competitive
Location: Bradford-on-Avon, UK
Contract Type: Full Time Permanent
Closing Date: 01.06.2023

This is a {Advertised Permanent / Temporary}, {Advertised Full Time / Part Time} vacancy that will close in {x} days at {xx:xx} BST.

Binnies, an RSK company is recruiting NEC ECC Supervisors to join their Flood Coast & Maritime team to supervise the construction of assets as part of the Environment Agency’s £5.2bn programme of work .  The Supervisor will be principally site-based and will work collaboratively with the contractor and client to ensure works are delivered to a high quality and on programme whilst helping to identify and manage project risks.  The ability to travel to project sites and Client offices within the region is essential.

We have office locations for the South West in Bradford-on-Avon Exeter

Roles and Responsibilities:

  • Act as Supervisor during the construction phase as described under the NEC ECC form of contract.
  • Check works are carried out in compliance with the contract including witness testing of material and workmanship and observing tests carried out by the Contractor.
  • Review and advise the Contractor on their quality, inspection, testing and commissioning plans.
  • Review Contractor RAMS to ensure the application of the hierarchy of risk control.
  • Undertake inspections of the Contractor’s works.
  • Work collaboratively with the Contractor to avoid Defects but where necessary notify Defects and manage the Defect correction process.
  • Mark materials off site, where required, so as to protect the Client’s interests.
  • Ensure a consistently high standard of quality control and supervision is maintained.
  • Monitor and record the Contractor’s progress against the last accepted programme.
  • Act as an ambassador for the Client’s exceptionally high standards with respect to safety, health, the environment and people’s well-being.  
  • Maintain detailed records and data, and provide weekly progress reports.
  • Oversee the resolution of technical queries working the designer and Principal Designer.
  • Assist the Environmental and Landscape Clerk of Works.
  • Witness the commissioning of assets.
  • Acceptance of Contractor construction record drawings, and test and inspection records.
  • Support the Client and Contractor in liaising with landowners, the public and project stakeholders.
  • Attend internal and external meetings, both on and off site as required.

Required Qualifications & Training:

  • Current CITB Site Management Safety Training Scheme (SMSTS) or IOSH Managing Safely in Construction qualification.
  • Attended CIRIA’s ‘Environmental Good Practice on Site’ training or CITB ‘Site Environmental Awareness Training Scheme within the last five years.
  • Working towards, or ideally, a Chartered or Incorporated Member of the ICE or similar.
  • Degree in engineering preferable
  • Hold a relevant CSCS card or equivalent.
  • Construction (Design and Management) Regulations 2015 training
  • Hold a valid UK driving licence.

Required Experience:

  • Experience in a construction supervisory role.
  • Supervision of site works being carried out under an NEC ECC contract agreement.
  • Development of quality, inspection, testing and commissioning plans.
  • Working knowledge of the construction process especially in relation to reinforced concrete, piling and earthworks. MEICA experience beneficial.
  • Understanding of design drawings and specifications.
  • Understanding of consents and approvals required to deliver works.
  • Maintaining and sharing detailed records and providing weekly reports
  • Inspections of works and testing of materials to ensure compliance with the contract.
  • Review of risk assessments and method statements.
  • Management of contractors, sub-contractors and dealing with technical queries.
  • Project stakeholder engagement.

Why join us

Would you like to work in a business where you feel empowered to grow?  Where there is no place for criticism or discrimination.  A place where people are mindful and respectful.

If you’re curious what we mean or even how you’ll fit in with our way of working, if you had other thoughts, we’d love to hear them. Our “engaged” behaviours mean that we appreciate diversity. Evolved over 100 years, we have a culture of caring, where our employee’s wellbeing and work-life balance are priorities.

You will learn about our technical excellence and award-winning approach to integrated planning and design. This creates flood alleviation and resilient water infrastructure with lasting environmental and social legacies. You’ll continue to hone skills working with clients and industry-leading professionals, striving for smarter, safer solutions.

The successful applicant will go from being great alone to truly amazing with Binnies.

We develop intelligent solutions using our award-winning integrated planning and design approach to deliver functional infrastructure and lasting environmental and social legacies. This is backed by a culture that has stayed true since our foundation over 100 years ago. We create new possibilities for humanity through our innovative approach to delivery.

Together with our clients, we are always striving to find a smarter way to deliver projects. From providing low carbon, sustainable and resilient water solutions, flood alleviation and environment services, to connecting people with insights and data. Our business exists to improve the quality of life for our local communities today and for generations to come.

Binnies is part of the RSK Group, a leading integrated environmental, engineering, and technical services business providing dynamic, multidisciplinary services to a wide range of sectors. RSK was founded in 1989 and has grown considerably since then. In fact, Environment Analyst recently highlighted RSK’s growth commenting, “Few companies in the environmental services sector can claim to be expanding at the same pace as RSK.” 

RSK operates as a group of synergistic businesses with a growth strategy centred on diversification to build a resilient business that can withstand external pressures while also bringing more value to clients and opportunities to employees. 


We create sustainable critical infrastructure across the whole asset life cycle to meet the net zero challenge. We integrate sustainability into everything we do, utilising digital innovation to create value. We de-risk projects through collaborative engagement and holistic thinking which builds inclusive wealth for our clients, stakeholders and communities.


We are engaged in every aspect of the water industry, helping clients efficiently and effectively collect, store, move and treat water and wastewater; plan and manage watersheds; harness the energy embedded in the treatment and movement of water and enhance sustainability. We incorporate leading-edge digital transformation to create more resilient and reliable solutions using data analytics to provide powerful insights.

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