Network Regulation Co-Ordinator

Recruiter
121 Jobs Limited
Location
Lincoln
Posted
12 Jul 2018
Closes
15 Jul 2018
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time

Please Note:

  • This is a 6 month contract.

Purpose:

  • Contribute to the delivery of outcomes for commissioning strategies
  • The implementation of new commissioned services and any redesign of existing services, performance review frameworks and joint review processes
  • Embedding new ways of thinking and working
  • Developing and maintaining strong, positive working relationships across service areas, with providers and partners
  • To provide day to day advice and guidance to the commissioning team(
  • Assist with the development and administration of the County Council's New Roads and Street Works and Traffic Management compliance functions, including the Permitting Scheme
  • Management of the co-ordination of Event registration, advising on safety, legislation and liaison with other service providers
  • To support the Street Works and Traffic Management Act compliance functions of Environment & Economy in managing the highway network
  • To assist the Network Regulation Compliance Manager in the coordination of income generation for the service and to ensure that this is optimised in accordance with the Councils current priorities.

Duties:

  • Responsible for the processing and issuing of Section 50 Licences and Section 171 Road Opening Permits, including advising external applicants on all aspects of NRSWA/TMA legislation and ensuring compliance
  • Responsible for maintaining and updating computerised Street Works Register ensuring accuracy and validity of permits in accordance with NRSWA/TMA
  • Responsible for maintaining and updating insurance records in relation to S50/S171/skips/scaffold/hording licences
  • Responsible for creating and maintaining electronic permits and notices within the Highways Asset Management System (HAMS) for non Term Maintenance Contract Works, including advising colleagues and external customers on NRSWA/TMA/Permitting legislative requirements
  • Responsible for the day to day management of network regulation IT systems to ensure a co-ordinated approach to the use of IT to drive efficiency and delivery of services. This will include the development of reports in Confirm for monitoring compliance and service delivery
  • Responsible for the day to day management of the event strategy, including advising colleagues and external applicants on all aspects of the Council's Events Management Policy
  • Assist the Network Compliance Manager in the monitoring of and compliance with, the agreed service delivery
  • Supporting the generation of sample inspection, investigatory/defect and permit invoices, including Section 74 overrun notification and charges
  • Responsible for the collation and distribution of weekly temporary traffic restriction to the media ensuring accuracy and validity of data
  • Responsible for managing records relating to S50/S171Licences and other associated Highways papers in accordance with current NRSWA/TMA legislation and the Council's records retention policy
  • Assist in the day to day administration of Parking Services, including the handling of customer emails and telephone calls
  • Review and manage current use of resources and commissioning plans.

Person Specification:

  • Postholder is required to have an HNC/NVQ3 in Business Administration or equivalent with experience of administrative services and relevant experience in administration/financial processes, including knowledge of Microsoft packages
  • In-depth knowledge and understanding of relevant aspects of legislation including; The New Roads and Street Works Act 1991 (NRSWA), Traffic Management Act 2004 (TMA), Highways Act 1980 (HA), Health and Safety at Work Act 1974
  • Associated codes of practice, regulations and Statutory Instruments relating to the above
  • The co-ordination of network compliance requires a high level knowledge of relevant legislation and national guidance. The postholder needs to keep up to date with changes to legislation and national guidance
  • Detailed knowledge of Highways Asset Management System and specialist regulation systems i.e. Elgin
  • In-depth knowledge of Confirm system to be able to advise and support colleagues and senior officers across the directorate in their use
  • Knowledge and experience of Civil Parking Enforcement including parking restrictions and the appeals process
  • Knowledge of data management activities and an understanding of telecommunication systems
  • Knowledge and experience of County Council procedures and systems relating to information management
  • Ability to interpret legislation and advise contractors, service providers, the media, members of the public, colleagues and other professionals
  • Ability to analyse and monitor information and use it to recommend to Senior Managers working towards the aim of a well-managed organisation
  • Knowledge of local government and political awareness
  • Ability to understand and interpret legislation
  • To maintain an in-depth knowledge of NRSWA/TMA/CPE and relevant highways legislation, advising and corresponding with statutory bodies, external contractors and colleagues throughout the Council of technical and professional matters falling within their responsibility
  • Ability to influence and train staff at all levels including those based around the county
  • Application of main aspects of project management requiring effective promotional and persuasive skills
  • Effective IT skills.

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