Buckinghamshire - Hybrid
Permit Coordinator needed for a well-known full fibre broadband provider organisation based in Buckinghamshire who are looking to employ an experienced and well-rounded Permit Coordinator that takes pride in their work with an in-depth knowledge of The New Road and Streetworks Act 1991, its five Codes of practice, The Traffic Management Act, The Highways Act 1980, The Traffic Signs and General Directions regulations and any other relevant legislation or company policy
The successful candidate must have a previous background within Permit / Streetworks Coordinating and have a previous background working within a street works office environment. If you have experience in the planning of work and keeping control of multiple jobs that would be a plus!
Salary: £28,000 - £30,000 per annum
25 day's holidays
Variable annual bonus based 5-15%
Private medical care
What the role entails:
Some of the main duties of the Permit Coordinator will include:
To Notice and Permit all cabling, civil excavation and reinstatement work carried out on the public highway, and to be able to generate quarterly or monthly reports.
To submit accurate permits using illustrations, maps with permit conditions attached using the job information, position and dimensions of all work activities on the public highway including materials with the primary objective of efficient working and minimising disruption to the public.
To work with other stakeholders to add additional activities necessary to assist with noticing and permit applications.
To contact other works promoters and to arrange joint working where necessary to minimise disruption, costs and expedite works.
To submit the correct start and end notifications through the Street manager system to the Local Authorities. Submit the correct dimensions where the highway has been excavated, minimising FPN costs to the company.
To minimise overrun charges by interrogating the EToN database, extracting information regarding incomplete works. And contacting engineers to avoid costs due for unreasonable occupation of the highway.
Work collaboratively with our contractors and notifying of potential defects and FPNs to reduce exposure of penalties from the Highway Authority.
To work with other teams / departments to assist with noticing and permitting in the public highway.
What experience you need to be the successful Permit Coordinator:
A knowledge of The New Road and Streetworks Act 1991, its five Codes of practice, The Traffic Management Act, The Highways Act 1980, The Traffic Signs and General Directions regulations and any other relevant legislation or company policy
Experience of working within a street works office environment.
Experience in the planning of work and keeping control of multiple jobs.
Demonstrable use of the Microsoft Office products and ability to interrogate Googles Maps
Excellent written and verbal skills are required to communicate with people at all levels, dealing with disputes and difficult situations in a calm and tactful manner
Ability to undertake NRSWA financial duties (i.e. gathering supporting document for Fixed Penalty Notices, Permit fees, Overrun Charges and inspection charges
The ability to work with minimal supervision whilst prioritizing and organising a varying workload
The ability to utilise a number of computer databases specific to the job as well as various Microsoft office systems.
Occasionally working extended hours when required
Participating in any training and development activities in order to maintain professional development or to enhance competence within job role.
Interest in ISP and Internet technologyThis really is a fantastic opportunity for a Permit Coordinator to progress their career. If you are interested please apply as soon as possible as this position will be filled quickly so don't miss out!
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