As a Highway Authority, Leicestershire County Council has statutory responsibility to manage, maintain and repair the highway across the County. As part of delivering this duty the Council must plan, schedule and undertake road works. These works must be undertaken in accordance to other relevant legislation and codes of practice, such as permit schemes.
The Technician/ Schedulerrole is to support the delivery of the Council’s responsibility by categorising, creating and prioritising work packages, responding to customer enquiries and facilitating the scheduling of road works.
Categorise, prioritise and create works instructions for operational delivery for cyclical seasonal activities
Schedule works activities which require access to the network for LCC Highways Operations and monitor requirements for network activity for subcontractors
Liaise with Supervisors and receive and provide information related to the scheduling of works, including any provisions requested by the network management service, such as permit conditions or working days/times.
Serve as the primary interface between interested parties, such as the Council’s network management or transport providers, to schedule works and obtain any relevant authorisations to work, e.g. a permit or Temporary Traffic Regulation Order.
Obtain all relevant permissions to work on the Highway, as required under legislation and associated statutory guidance and codes of practice.
Submit permit applications for applicable works, taking into consideration the scope of the Leicestershire Permit Scheme and the requirements of network management.
Please see the Job Description / Person Specification which are attached further down on this page
For informal enquires please contact Lucy Wright Tel: 0116 3052157 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Leicestershire County Council is committed to Smarter Working and understands the benefits of supporting employees to manage their work and life balance, whilst meeting the needs of the service.
We are supportive of flexible working and candidates who wish to discuss this should contact Lucy Wright (recruiting manager) to discuss what is possible for this role.
Please apply sending us your CV as well a supporting statement, detailing how you meet the requirements of the post. The supporting statement should be no longer than 250 wordsand be incorporated into your CV, to form a single document.
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