Senior Network Coordinator
Salary: £32,232 to £42,635 p.a
Closing date: 03/05/2021
Job reference: 005091
Interview date: w/c 10/05/2021
Swindon is a vibrant and dynamic town with big plans for growth. The Borough is 89 square miles in area and currently home to about 220,000 people. Achieving our vision in Swindon is reflected in the way we deliver Council services.
This is an opportunity to join a dynamic and innovative team that work closely together to determine best ways of working. This is a senior position in our Street Works Team and will require extensive and up to date knowledge of street works legislation and the codes of practice that cover safety at street works and the technical reinstatement requirements.
As part of the team you will also assist the Street Works Manager with escalation matters and other Street Works Inspectors to continually assess current ways of working and to determine if these can be improved.
Swindon Borough Councils Street Works Team manage the activities of statutory undertakers, Contractors as well as Swindon Borough Councils internal Highway Projects and Maintenance works on the highway network. The Street Works Team's role is primarily to monitor the performance of the statutory undertakers. You will be managing the Street Works Coordination Team to ensure that utility works are completed expediently and with the minimum disruption to highway users and residents.
You will be responsible for managing and processing a compliance inspections regime, through the effective use of planning, communication and negotiation, ensuring that all road works are compliant to the relevant Codes of Practice especially traffic management and reinstatements.
You will take the lead on managing the Street Works Licensing process, this will include liaising and negotiating with private contractors, approving licences and collecting monies.
In return we can offer a competitive salary, flexible working hours, a great working environment and a chance to be part of a service that offers excellent career prospects.
You must be fluent in the English language (as a requirement of Part 7 of the Immigration Act, for the effective performance of a customer-facing role). Whilst you need not be a car owner, an ability to travel throughout the Borough to undertake site visits is essential.
To arrange an informal conversation about the role, please contact Sean Smith, [email protected]