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Gary Burke

Ref No: GB607210923

Date Posted: 26-Mar-21


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Utilities Coordinator


Planning & Scheduling

Competitive salary


O'Neill & Brennan are supporting a national house builder recruit a service coordinator that will be based in the Gloucestershire area.  

As a Services Coordinator you will procure, co-ordinate and monitor performance of utility companies in the servicing of new residential housing developments to ensure the Region’s targets are achieved.

  Key Responsibilities –

  • Obtain records of existing services and budget cost for the provision of new services for the purpose of land purchase viability.

  • Visit site to ascertain physical record of existing services and review their implication on a proposed residential development.

  • Organise disconnections and removal of services to existing buildings prior to demolition.

  • Procure & coordinate any diversion proposals & off site reinforcement requirements.

  • Procure temporary services to Sales and Build facilities.

  • Procure formal proposals for utility provision to new development, co-ordination the position of mains, services, sub-stations and gas-governors with layout designers and engineers.

  • Produce combined services drawings in CAD format

  • Organise payments at the appropriate time with the commercial team, and monitor costs against budget.

  • Co-ordinate the requirements of wayleave and easement agreements with engineers & legal.

  • Organise preliminary site meetings with all utility companies to agree programme and extent of works.

  • Hold regular meetings with utility companies to monitor performance and agree revisions to programmes.

  • Maintain accurate and comprehensive records of services data such as MPAN & MPR numbers, works order numbers, payment dates, etc.

  • Organise removal of temporary services when site is complete.

  • Organise, implement and monitor installation of street lighting and the energy connections.

  • Obtain electrical test certificates for street lighting, road signage etc.

  • Collate as-built information from all relevant utility providers and Groundworks Contractors for inclusion in the Site Health & Safety File as required under the CDM Regulations.

    Competencies –

  • Five GCSE’s or equivalent (A-C) inc. Maths & English, and,

  • At least 2 A’ Levels including Maths or English or Science, or.

  • Equivalent, such as vocational qualifications

  • At least 12 months experience working within a residential house, or, relevant experience

  • Good proven working relationships with utility companies

  • Strong mathematical and IT ability

  • Able to analyse complex data and critically evaluate plans

  • Good understanding of budget management

  • Accurate with an eye for detail

  • Able to work under pressure, and accept criticism of work

  • A good communicator/listener

  • Good team working skills

  • Willing to work extra to meet deadlines as and when the business needs require it

    Desirable -

  • HNC/HND at technician / engineer level

  • Understanding of changes to regulations and legislation

  • Knowledge of CAD

  • Knowledge of the Construction (Design Management) Regulations – CDM

For a confidential chat please call Gary Burke at O’Neill and Brennan on 0117 2033457 or 07384 119768 and email your CV to


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