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Transport and Procurement Manager

Employer
Test Valley Borough Council
Location
Andover, Hampshire
Salary
£48,194 - £52,980 per annum
Closing date
20 Sep 2021

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Sector
Environment, Environmental Health, Environmental Management, Highways, Streetscene, Sustainability, Traffic Management, Transport Planning, Waste Management
Job role
Manager
Contract Type
Full time
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Job Details

Are you a Transport Manager looking for a role that is a break from the norm? A unique opportunity has arisen for an enthusiastic and committed transport professional to join our environmental services team based in Andover.

We are looking for an experienced Transport Manager who has the range of skills and experience needed to manage the ongoing maintenance of our extensive fleet of vehicles and plant, and to manage our replacement programme.

Being the Council’s technical specialist on vehicles and plant, combined with the impact of our operations on climate change, you’ll be joining us at an exciting time as new, emerging technologies are being developed, shaping our procurement decisions for the future.

The successful applicant will be ensure the Council is meeting its statutory obligations, particularly those that relate to the Operator’s Licence.

To be considered for the role you will need a minimum of 5 years’ experience managing a similar fleet with the appropriate levels of mechanical knowledge of vehicles and plant to make reasoned judgements. It will also be essential that you hold a Certificate of Professional Competence (CPC) in National Road Haulage Operations; a certificate in Health and Safety; and hold a full driving licence. Experience in a Local Government setting would be desirable.

In return we offer a competitive salary, generous leave entitlements, and a pension scheme. For further information on what we can offer you, please visit the link below.  https://www.testvalley.gov.uk/aboutyourcouncil/a-great-place-to-work/employee-benefits

For more information about this position please contact Paul Wykes, Head of Environmental Services, on 01264 368353.

Company

The extensive area of the Test Valley borough is one of the most beautiful areas in Southern England.

The River Test and its associated tributaries - the Mecca of trout fisherman - runs through the entire length of the area from north to south.

The countryside is typical Hampshire downland interspersed with woods and copses and high quality agricultural land. The area contains two principal towns, Andover and Romsey. Andover in the north, the larger of the two, is an expanding town with a modern shopping centre and there are plans for a new cinema and theatre.

There is a leisure centre and substantial industrial developments, together with further fully serviced land available for lease by industrialists. Romsey in the south is an ancient medieval town with its Abbey and Broadlands, the home of the late Earl Mountbatten of Burma. From just south of Newbury to the Northern edge of Southampton Test Valley, like its river, makes up western Hampshire.

The Borough comprises the growing commercial centre of Andover, the country market town of Romsey and the beautiful countryside of the valley of the River Test, centred on Stockbridge. Test Valley must have one of the most diverse characters in Hampshire: its rural character reflects the North Wessex Downs Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, occupying more than 10% of the Borough, some 25 Sites of Special Scientific Interest, 38 Conservation Areas and thousands of listed buildings.

Yet on the other hand Test Valley has a vibrant economy with a number of household name companies with local headquarters, low unemployment and business sites totalling well over a million square feet available for development.

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Telephone
01264 368000
Location
Beech Hurst
Weyhill Road
Hampshire
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