Crane/Lift Supervisor

Location Isle of Grain
Discipline: Oil & Gas
Job type: Contract
Salary: Monday - Friday £27.00 per hour | Weekends £33.95 per hour
Contact name: Nathan Boyce

Contact email:
Job ref: L39R679W
Published: about 1 month ago
Startdate: ASAP

Position: Crane/Lift Supervisor
Location: Isle of Grain
Start date: 10.06.24

PAYE Rate: £27.00 per hour Monday to Friday | £33.95 per hour weekend

Duration: 3-4 months

Job Summary: We are seeking a highly skilled and experienced Crane/Lift Supervisor to lead our industrial project team in safe and efficient lifting operations. As a Crane/Lift Supervisor, you will be responsible for overseeing all crane and lifting activities, ensuring compliance with safety regulations, coordinating with various teams, and maintaining optimal workflow on the project site.


  • Supervision and Coordination:

    Lead, manage, and coordinate crane operators, riggers, slingers, and other team members involved in lifting operations.

  • Safety Oversight:

    Enforce strict adherence to safety protocols, regulations, and company policies related to lifting operations. Conduct regular safety briefings and promote a safety-conscious culture among the team.

  • Lifting Plans:

    Develop comprehensive lifting plans and risk assessments for complex or critical lifts, considering load weights, equipment selection, rigging techniques, and site conditions.

  • Equipment Inspection:

    Ensure all lifting equipment, cranes, slings, and accessories are in good working condition through regular inspections and maintenance checks.

  • Communication:

    Effectively communicate lift plans, safety guidelines, and expectations to all team members involved in lifting activities. Coordinate with other departments to minimize disruptions and maximize efficiency.

  • Problem Solving:

    Identify potential issues, challenges, or hazards related to lifting operations and collaborate with relevant stakeholders to develop solutions.

  • Quality Control:

    Oversee load attachment, lifting, and positioning to ensure precision and accuracy in accordance with project requirements.

  • Documentation:

    Maintain detailed records of lifting operations, including load weights, equipment used, personnel involved, and any incidents. Generate reports and provide insights for continuous improvement.


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