Network Permit Officer
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Network Permit Officer
£11.96 per hour
Our well-established client based in Bognor Regis is looking for a Network Permit Officer for. If you want to hear more, read on and hit apply today, should you believe you are the right fit candidate for the role!! This role will have full training provided on site and afterwards working from home ability.
To work as part of the Network Management Team, whose function it is to ensure that all Streetworks activity is planned, inspected, processed and carried out in accordance with regulations. To plan, co-ordinate, monitor and inspect the streetworks activity of public utility companies, the County Council and other contractors, in order to ensure that all road works are carried out within the boundaries of a strict legal framework.
- To provide technical and specialist and operational support within the Highway and Streetworks business area with minimal supervision to a high standard to include managing the progress of a matter and ensuring deadlines are met, e.g. drafting advice, issuing licences.
- To handle a full caseload and manage priorities and tasks with minimal supervision. E.g. licence applications for certain activities on the public highway.
- To undertake site visits and project meetings as required examining customer requests and technical proposals or obtaining field based evidence for licensing issues.
- To produce accurate documents such as licences, letters before action using the appropriate IT systems and using a detailed working knowledge of the relevant legislation and procedures and to produce such work in urgent circumstances when required.
- To analyse and interpret complex information, providing technical advice and take responsibility for all the technical and legal requirements of a matter with minimal guidance as necessary from the Team Leader.
- Ability to interpret complex information and to use this to draft technical letters, reports and legal documents with guidance as necessary.
- To liaise with client departments, members of the public, contractors and local councillors as appropriate to provide clear and concise specialist advice and guidance.
- Responsible for enforcing regulations which have a high direct impact on individuals e.g. serving legal notice for removal of scaffolding.
- To complete semi-routine correspondence and file notes, checking reports and statements.
- Responsible for processing, invoices or other financial documents e.g. Issuing fixed penalty notice, processing licence application fees.
- The work may involve demonstration of own duties, or advice or guidance to new employees, or others.
- Remain up to date and compliant with all relevant legislation, organisational procedures, policies and professional codes of conduct in order to uphold standards of best practice.
- Supports equality and diversity and respects customers, clients and other members of staff regardless of gender, age, disability, sexual orientation, religion or ethnic origin.
- 5 GCSE's with A-C passes, including Maths and English or equivalent qualification or demonstrable equivalent comparable experience.
- New Roads and Street Works Act accreditation to Supervisor level.
- European Computer Driving Licence, or equivalent qualification or experience demonstrating good working knowledge of IT systems/procedures.
Level of Knowledge:
- Relevant theoretical, practical and procedural knowledge of systems, relevant legislation, policies and practices in an appropriate systems.
- Sound and accurate Information Technologies knowledge e.g. Microsoft.
- Detailed Knowledge and be competent in the use of "Confirm" and Symology "insight" systems.
- Demonstrable evidence of delivering an effective, efficient professional service to a range of customers.
- Experience of dealing with the general public and the ability to represent the County Council when meeting the public.
- Experience of working in a Highways construction, Transport or Planning - Desirable
- Experience of using specialist IT systems e.g. Symology insight. - Desirable
- The role requires lengthy periods of concentration in order to draft technical letters, reports and documents.
- The post holder may be required to occasionally lift or carry items e.g. stationary supplies.
- Initiative - The work involves working within recognised procedures within which the jobholder is required to organise own workload. The work involves making decisions as to how and when duties are to be carried out and responding independently to unexpected situations e.g. checking key issues such as whether a proposed settlement is acceptable.
- Ability to travel independently to various meeting venues and other locations across the County.
- There is a regular and intrinsic requirement to communicate in English with members of the public.
£11.96 per hour, paid on a weekly basis
Full time Monday - Friday Temporary on going
If you believe you tick all of the above boxes for this role, please apply today to find out more descriptive details. Our well-established client is looking for someone to start as soon as possible. CLICK APPLY today or if you would like more information contact Sophie 01243-778021.
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