Design Coordinator - Construction

£45k - 60k per year
09 Nov 2016
07 Dec 2016
Stephen Blaymires
Contract Type
Full Time

Design Coordinator

Salary £60,000 to £65,000 + Car /Allowance + 25 days Holiday + Pension


A respected regional building contactor with a rich history of delivering new build and refurbishment projects across a wide range of sectors is searching for a Design Coordinator / D&B Coordinator to join their busy Southampton office

The Design Coordinator will work part of a team, responsible for the production of design deliverables n commercial and residential projects.

Reporting to the Construction Director, duties include but are not limited to;

Tracking the project deliverables and liaising with the internal and external design team.

Coordination (managing the production and checking), of design deliverables produced by specialist suppliers or subcontractors.

Updating and tracking the design programme.

Managing change and reporting to the Project Quantity Surveyors.

Updating and tracking procurement using the procurement schedule.

Constructability liaison between the design team and Project Manager.

Providing technical assistance to project teams during the installation and commissioning phases of projects.

Undertaking/chairing formal design reviews throughout the project cycle .

Act as the Principal Designer in accordance with the CDM Regulations 2015.

Assisting with the professional development of Engineers.

Working with Estimators, assisting and offering advice during tender preparations and providing and technical information required to support bid submissions

Assisting in the implementation of BIM

Continued development and review of quality management systems

Technical Case Studies and Marketing Data Sheets


Preferred background

Chartered or Incorporated member of relevant professional institution

Professional experience working with design and construction organisations

To find out more about this role call Stephen Blaymires at Interaction Construction on 02382 025 900 or E: