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Location County Hall, Norwich , East of England, England
Hours Full Time
Salary£25,419 to £27,514 per annum
Job Reference: 78102 CEHE / LCRIG31280
Date Posted: 24 March 2022
Closing Date: 7 April 2022
We are looking for an experienced, organised individual to join our Highways Maintenance team based in Norwich. You should be knowledgeable in highway maintenance, construction or other related engineering environment.
The highway area teams are responsible for the client highway maintenance and street works functions for the County Council as highway authority. Working with in-house and partnership staff to deliver maintenance and small-scale works, key services include highway inspection and scheme identification, member and public interface, supervision of highway and developer works, and winter and emergency planning.
You will need to possess excellent communication skills in order to deliver high quality customer service as well as deal effectively with contractors and utility companies on site. You will be involved a wide range of highway maintenance and network management matters, supporting the Highway Engineer in developing solutions, supervising works, and providing first line responses to customer enquiries.
Duties can involve the delivery of the service in emergency situations, such as flooding or winter conditions, which may require work outside normal working hours. You will be required to travel in order to deal with customer service requests and therefore you will need to be able to travel to venues not accessible on public transport routes.
For further information on this role please refer to the Job Description and Person Specification attached.
For an informal discussion regarding this vacancy please contact Andy Ellis Highway Area Manager on 01603 228808 or via email [email protected] .
We want our people to be inspired and motivated to work well together, make the most of our work spaces, enjoy a healthy work-life balance, and deliver excellent services to Norfolk and its people. Flexibility is built into the way we work, with hybrid working (splitting your working time between one or more workplaces and agreed remote working locations like your home) a key feature for many roles. Our technology platform and equipment are first class, enabling you to connect and collaborate remotely. We ask that you have in place good Broadband connectivity.
Interviews will take place via video technology, where you will have the opportunity to discuss working arrangements.