Location Norfolk, England
Hours Full Time
Salary Competitive Salary - Dependent on Experience
Job Reference: 70645 CESE / LCRIG20587
Date Posted: 10 September 2021
Closing Date: 23rd Sep, 2021
Community and Environmental Services, Highways
£36,681 – £40,875 per annum (Grade K)
37 hours per week
Our Infrastructure Delivery and Highway Project Teams deliver a range of highway projects within the County Council as part of its Capital Improvement and Structural Maintenance Programmes. We have some exciting opportunities for Project Engineers to join our team and be involved in delivering these programmes including large infrastructure projects and developer f across the county, such as the proposed Long Stratton Bypass, Great Yarmouth 3rd River Crossing and the ‘Transforming Cities’ programme for Norwich, including significant developer led projects.
You will project manage, lead/own and deliver highway designs and engineering schemes across the full range of project sizes, working closely and in partnership with peers in other Groups and Teams of CES and contractual partners. You will agree delivery programmes for allocated schemes with the Team/Project Manager and ensure that the programmes can be delivered by managing resources.
As an experienced engineer, you will manage and mentor junior members of the team and deputise for the Team Manager. You will be a seasoned professional with substantial experience of planning and supervising a wide range of medium to large projects. With a professional qualification, such as an Incorporated Engineer, you will have significant post qualification experience.
We welcome applications from candidates who wish to work virtually outside of the Norfolk, all we ask is that you attend meetings in Norfolk as required. At Norfolk County Council we put work life balance at the forefront and offer flexible, smarter working arrangements, all underpinned by leading edge technology. There’s also our physical environment in Norfolk, where you will be surrounded by a unique blend of beaches, broads, countryside and culture.
We think it’s a great role in a great place. If you’re still reading, and you think you have what it takes, we would love to hear from you.
All our office-based roles are currently working from home as part of our Smarter Working plans and to support the health and safety of all our colleagues. We anticipate that working remotely will be a key feature of this role and when offices re-open your office base will be County Hall Norwich. 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.
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Redeployment closing date: 16 September 2021
All other applicants closing date: 23 September 2021
Interviews will take place via video technology, where you will have the opportunity to discuss these working arrangements.