Metro Access Coordinator Jobs In Riyadh Saudi Arabia
Riyadh, Saudi Arabia
Engineering and Architecture
0 To 0 SAR /
10 to 11 Years
About the Company:
Our client is one the most successful European Contractors working in Saudi Arabia empowering over ten thousand employees worldwide. To date they are set to break ground on an ambitious and innovative project, quintessential of the pioneering spirit they embody so greatly. Their progressive ethos sets out to create the right kind of environment to attract, manage, motivate, develop and retain the best professionals.
They are urgently looking for a Metro Access Coordinator to work in Riyadh.
Duties & Responsibilities :
Coordination and management of access arrangements to specific sites where more than one organisation is going to work (Track sections, stations, station rooms, depots, secure rooms, etc).
Convert project/construction activities and high level plans into tangible access requirements.
Assess access strategies, programme and identify additional access opportunities and propose a cost and time effective way forward.
Support and advsie the construction teams by identifying safe working practices.
Develop and deliver collaborative and innovative solutions to access and railway interface problems.
Coordinate working times and shift patterns.
Receive access requests applications from the construction entities.
Resolve conflicting access requests at first instance and escalate if required.
Prepare, update and publish Weekly and Fortnightly Look Ahead documentation for Access Control.
Attend/ Chair Access Planning and Coordination Meetings.
Assist the planning and scheduling of works and resources so as to optimize delivery.
Experience and Qualifications :
+10 yrs experience.
Ability to work in a times constrained environment and make effective, considered decisions.
Ability to communicate across all levels.
Effective stakeholder engagement and the ability to influence in decision making.
Western Education with experience in a Western country.
Willing to work 60 hours per weeks (10 hrs/day, 6days/week).