As work preparator (32-40 hours) within Construction & Maintenance, you are the pivot of the project team that prepares each project down to the last detail.
Between 08.00 and 09.00 you start your working day with great enthusiasm at the construction site of your new home project. In order to arrive at the correct measurements for the prefab gallery, you have already communicated a great deal with the manufacturer and the executor. One small mistake can be crucial. Together with the foreman, you walk round the building site to see everything you have thought up in theory in practice.
Back at the office, you initiate a BIM work meeting on your new school building project. To this end, you invite the project leader, architect, structural engineer and installer to discuss any bottlenecks and indicate how these can be resolved. After this consultation, you will make a first draft of various offers so that you can purchase these together with the project leader.
For your project of 70 dwellings you have received drawings of several parties, including window frames and balconies. Using BIM and Solibri, you check whether everything fits and you bring the drawings together into one whole. With your knowledge of construction, you will identify deviations and pass on corrections to the manufacturer.
At 12.30pm you have a break and agree with your colleagues whether you go for a walk or have lunch in the canteen.
After the break, you draw up a Health & Safety Plan (H&S) and make a work schedule for one of your projects. You also order materials for the flat project to ensure that they are produced on time and delivered to the building site. Via the housing coach, you have been informed that the residents of lot A want to deviate from the prototype house. They want the kitchen in a different place. It is your responsibility to spar with the installer and the structural engineer, among others. Your goal is to get an answer to the following questions: is it feasible and what are the costs?
After this, you have a purchasing meeting with the project manager for whom you have already drawn up a price mirror. You conduct this meeting together and the next day you elaborate on the discussion in a purchasing report. The day has flown by and it is time to go home. You look back on today's working day with a satisfied feeling.
Our organisation has an informal family culture with short lines where the door is always open and you address each other by their first names.
On your first day at work, you will receive a warm welcome and meet the other new colleagues in an informative, sociable introduction meeting. Before your first day, you will be told what your first days in our team will be like. Another thing we value - your personal development. For this purpose, we have set up the VB Academy internally.
Successes are celebrated in our organisation, often with a treat. To ensure that there is also something fun to do after work, we are always in for a party. Think of the summer drink, Sinterklaas, New Year and other fun activities that are organised.
The work planner we are looking for brings with him or her the following:
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