What is an OLE Supervisor?
An OLE Supervisor is a person responsible for overseeing the installation, maintenance and repair of overhead lines and associated equipment within the construction industry. This role is particularly important for projects involving electrification of railways or other transportation systems, as well as power transmission and distribution infrastructure.
The OLE Supervisor plays a critical role in ensuring that OLE work is carried out safely, efficiently, and to the required standards within construction projects.
What are the typical duties and activities for an OLE Supervisor?
From employer to employer the description of an OLE Supervisor job will vary, however typical duties and activities undertaken include:
Planning and coordinating OLE work with other construction activities on the site.
Ensuring that all work is carried out to the required standards and specifications, and that safety procedures are followed.
Managing and coordinating a team of OLE technicians, providing guidance and support as needed.
Conducting site inspections and ensuring that all equipment and materials are fit for purpose.
Keeping detailed records of work carried out, including any defects or issues that need to be addressed.
Liaising with other construction professionals, such as engineers, designers, and project managers.
Providing regular reports to management on progress and any issues that arise.
Skills required to be a successful OLE Supervisor
To be successful within an OLE Supervisor job, the below skills are important;
Leadership and management
Attention to detail
Planning and organisation
How can we help with your OLE Supervisor job search?
For over 15 years we have specialised in securing contract and permanent opportunities for OLE Supervisors across the Construction, Civils, Rail, Power and Telecoms sectors.
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The Leadenhall Building
Also known as the cheesegrater, this 48 floor tower cost in the region of £286m to build. It features a 90 ft high atrium, glass lifts and despite the height of the building only offers 500,000 sq ft of floorspace due to its unusual profile.
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Work on the Crossrail began in 2009 and was confirmed in 2014 that the £14.8bn project would extend to Reading. The project is set to be complete in 2019.
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