Passionate about London? Fascinated by civil engineering? Then you’ll relish this unique opportunity to launch your career as a Streetworks Officer with the support of an exceptional team, in the heart of the world’s most iconic city.
Westminster is a 24/7 city which attracts 55 million tourists per year, and can genuinely claim to be a unique place: a ‘City for All’.
An opportunity to be a part of an exciting and challenging team, the City Highways directorate sits within the wider City Management and Communities Directorate.
As Streetworks Officer you will be a member of the permitting and streetworks team, you will contribute proactively to the planning and co-ordination of all streetworks activities. For an area of the City you will be responsible for the Permit approval process, the issuing of Temporary Traffic Orders, and maintaining high standards of workmanship by all works promoters. You will work collaboratively with contractors, partners and stakeholders to deliver the council’s objectives and priorities and further our reputation as a successful council delivering great value.
The work is varied and challenging. You must be a highly organised and pro-active individual with excellent problem solving, analytical and communication skills. Relevant streetworks experience is essential, with Local Authority based experience preferred. SWQR ticket at supervisor level required, with any additional traffic management certification being desirable.
If you’re as productive as you are ambitious and collaborative as you are enterprising, this is your chance to take real ownership of your work, right in the heart of iconic Westminster, a true ‘City for All’. This is a unique place where it all happens. And where it could all happen for you.
As a progressive and innovative organisation, we welcome applications from candidates keen to work in an agile environment with flexible conditions.
For an information chat about the role, please contact Kyle Stewart on 020 7641 8680.
Apply today at: westminster.gov.uk/careers
Closing date: 28 September 2018.