The primary role of a steel fixer is to assemble and erect the steel components required to strengthen reinforced concrete structures such as bridges, culverts, docks, industrial plants, power stations, railway stations, reservoirs, sub-ways, water treatment, and sewerage plants.
The steel fixer will typically be working as part of larger team on a construction project in which they will have responsibility for positioning, assembling and fixing of different shapes and sizes of steel rebar the correct specification and tolerances.
The steel fixer will be able to interpret contract information, drawings and specifications in order to assemble and install the components correctly.
- work safely and securely in compliance with given information, organisational policies and procedures, and current health, safety and welfare legislation including following the procedures for working in contaminated ground.
- conform with productive working practices and completing the work in accordance with the programme of work
- Interpret and follow verbal and written work instructions from supervisors and site managers
- access, interpret and use drawings and specifications
- select the required resources including tools and fixtures
- move, handle and store resources complying with relevant legislation & guidance
- use and maintain power tools and equipment
- install, maintain and remove temporary protection and safety arrangements for the work area relating to barriers and temporary structures, including protection, safety notices and safety lighting
- prepare to, then direct and guide the movement of vehicles, plant or machinery
- Form, assemble, repair, erect and strike formworks using a range of formwork systems for applications including wall, slabs/bases, columns, beams and precast units to support concrete
- Understand building methods and construction technology for different types of building structures.
Job Skills, Experience and Qualifications
- Effective communication – oral, written, electronic, listening, body language and presentation.
- Customer service – develop customer relationships; build customer confidence; meet expectations and contribute to the development of an ongoing relationship with the organisation
- Respect – apply equality, diversity and inclusion in dealing with others.
- Team work – work effectively and safely with others under minimum supervision.
- Independent working – take responsibility for safe completion of your own work.
- Logical thinking – use clear and valid reasoning when making decisions to undertake the work instructions and when problem solving
- Working effectively – undertake the work in a reliable, safe and productive manner.
- Time management – use own time effectively to complete the work instructions to schedule and always arrive at, and be ready to work on time
- Adaptability – be able to adjust to changes to the work instructions, be able to identify when specialist advice may be needed and when to advise of the need to change work instructions.
- Risk Management – be able to resist pressures to follow unsafe working practices
- Level 1 English and maths will need to achieve this level and take the test for Level 2 English and maths prior to taking the End Point Assessment.
- For those with an education, health and care plan or a legacy statement, the apprenticeship English and maths minimum requirement is Entry level 3 and British Sign Language qualifications are an alternative to English qualifications for who this is their primary.
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