Network Occupancy Manager

Full Time
Aberaeron, Bangor, Conwy, Halkyn, Llandrindod Wells, Newtown
Posted 4 weeks ago

Salary: £43,421 – £45,441

Duration: Permanent 37 Hours
Location: (one of the following locations) –

Bangor / Conwy / Halkyn / Llandrindod / Newtown / Aberaeron

CLOSING DATE: 13/06/24

Application forms and further details available through Gwynedd Council website or by telephoning 01286 679076.

About the Role

We are looking for an experienced and enthusiastic Network Occupancy Manager to support NMWTRA in the management of the Strategic Road Netwrok (SRN) across North & Mid Wales.

The role will lead on, and be responsible for network occupancy management and abnormal load management and associated staff for the Agency. This includes ensuring that NMWTRA fulfils the delegated statutory duties, regulatory enforcement, policies, processes and other requirements in respect of the Highways Act 1980, New Roads & Street Works Act 1991 (NRSWA) and other associated legislation.

The role will lead on street works management functions including National Street Gazetteer, Additional Street Data, noticing, co-ordination, inspections, reinstatements, roadspace management, events management and embargo periods within the NMWTRA area.

In addition, the role will lead on providing specialist policy and legislative advice and support to Welsh Government and operational technical advice and support to the Business, Technology, Delviery and Inspection and Network Operations teams on wider network management issues.

Who we’re looking for

Job Specific Criteria

Ability to lead and co-ordinate staff and service providers.

Ability to organise work priorities, forward plan and deliver programmes of work on time.

Ability to effectively co-ordinate and manage work.

Ability to work under pressure

Self motivated and committed

Qualifications and relevant training

HNC, Degree or equivalent in a relevant engineering discipline

Relevant Experience

Relevant experience in managing compliance with the New Roads & Street Works Act and the Traffic Management Act.

Experience in the operational management of highways.

Skills and specialist knowledge

Good interpersonal, report writing and presentation skills.

Detailed knowledge of legislation, standards and other policies relating to the operational management of highways

Current Driving Licence.

Language requirements

The ability to speak English is essential and the ability to speak Welsh is desirable for this role

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Job Features

Job CategoryStreetworks
Salary£43421 - £45441 Per Year