Over the course of your apprenticeship, you will work full-time in a civil engineering role for Murphy, where you will be a key member of your assigned project team, responsible for the daily control, management and coordination of construction activities to ensure projects are delivered on time, on budget and to the required safety, environmental and quality standards.
Your responsibilities will increase throughout the duration of the apprenticeship programme as your skills and technical knowledge develop, and you will be supported throughout by your assigned workplace mentor, in conjunction with you university apprenticeship tutor, to ensure you gain the right mix of skills and experience to successfully complete your apprenticeship programme.
As an apprentice, your key responsibilities will include:
• Working alongside our project engineers and construction managers to develop construction strategies and sequences
• Producing sketches and drawings to clarify construction sequences
• Undertaking concept design and site inspections of temporary works
• Undertaking scope reviews of civil and structural tenders
• Assisting in providing design and remedial solutions
• Reviewing and preparing risk assessments and method statements
• Establishing and maintaining secondary dimensional control
• Ensuring appropriate as-built surveys are undertaken
• Checking dimensions of major elements and critical interfaces
• Monitoring surveying and setting out of subcontractors, ensuring best practice
• Raising Non-Conformance Reports
• Monitoring subcontractors to ensure compliance with method statements and inspection test plans
• Carrying out quality control checks
• Assisting package and construction manages with quality issues arising on site.