Permit and Administration

Job Type: Permanent

Location: Washington, Tyne & Wear

Salary: Up to £25k per annum

Hours of Work: Full time

Start Date: ASAP


The client:


The client is a UK gas and energy engineering specialist offering design, build and maintenance on critical national infrastructure for the UK gas asset owners. The client provides a comprehensive range of water infrastructure services covering all aspects of pipeline networks including investigation, design, planning infrastructure maintenance, mains rehabilitation, new connections, metering and repairs. Fixed Line Telecoms provide construction of networks including cabling, splicing and testing on networks.


Overview:


To manage the correct applications for permits and all streetworks activities including effective monitoring.


Identify and avoid any unnecessary costs that could be incurred associated with NRSWA.


Produce all relevant construction information to allow for the operational delivery on site. Manage and maintain all associated documentation within ULIS management system.


Specific Responsibilities:


  • Input of all permit requirements on relevant systems whilst complying with NRSWA requirements

  • Monitor and maintain compliance to minimise financial risk

  • Coordination with local authorities

  • Compilation and issuing of safe dig and work packs to operations

  • Record progress and documentation / status on ULIS database

  • Coordinate closely with Surveyor / Planner

  • Effective liaison with all stakeholders

  • All other duties reasonably designed


The successful candidate will have the following:


Key Skills (Essential)


  • NRSWA (Awareness)

  • The ability to self-motivate and work within a team

  • Good spoken and written communication skills at all levels

  • Attention to detail

  • Confidence in using computer packages and familiarity with planning tools

  • The ability to work under pressure to deadlines


Key Skills (Desirable)


  • Basic CAD skills


Thrive within our values and culture of relentlessly striving to excellence through;


  • Doing the right thing

  • Raising the bar

  • Positive attitude and energetic pace

  • Excellent interpersonal and communication skills

  • Integrity

  • Ability to make things happen – starter/finisher

  • Tact and the ability to deal with difficult situations

  • I.T literate particularly Microsoft Office and Excel.

  • Well-developed verbal and written communication skills

  • Team player, but also comfortable working alone.

  • Understands the need for respect, sensitivity and discretion in a public facing role.

  • Some flexibility of working hours may be required.

  • Self-Motivated, enthusiastic and calm under pressure.


Applying


Contact for this job: Lisa Doyle

Method of application: CV

Email address to send applications to: recruitment@wilcock.co.uk