- Council HQ, John Muir House, Brewery Park, Haddington, EH41 3HA
- £30,859 - £34,545 per year
- Contract Type:
- Position Type:
- Full Time
- 35 hours per week
- Work From Home:
Hourly rate of pay: £16.91 - £18.93
Days and Hours of Work:
Monday - Friday, 08:30-16:00
To start 6th Febuary
We have an exciting opportunity for a Roads officer to join a flexible team of professionals within East Lothian Council Road Services team. We are looking for a self-motivated individual who has knowledge and experience in transport analysis, parking demand and design, parking management and expertise in transport and traffic modelling. You will assist in the design and development parking models and the evaluation of parking measures across East Lothian as well as monitoring and evaluation of transport programme relating to parking and modal shift. You will support and work across Roads and Growth and sustainability project development teams in the delivery of the broader place making agenda.
With a degree in civil engineering or Transport planning or relevant subject and Incorporated or Chartered Membership of a relevant Institution, you will have excellent knowledge and experience in Transport Planning, data analysis and transport legislation. We are also looking for broader knowledge of project management, general planning requirements and placemaking, as well as having skills in geographic information systems (GIS) and transport analytical tools. You will be required to prepare detailed written report, presentation, reviews and prioritise work on tight timeline to meet business plans and programmes. You will also need to be able to prepare contracts and engaging external service providers.
The candidate will need to be confident with good verbal and written communication skills who can quickly establish good working relationships. You will also need to be IT proficient as digital technology as multiple systems are used daily in all tasks preformed. You will work as part of a multi-disciplinary team across service areas under the place directorate working with technical staff from Roads Services and Growth and sustainability, as well as Councillors and members of the public.
If you are considering a career with us, you will be keen to know what is in it for you. We have a great packahe of benefits available, from health and well being to finances and family. THis includes 26 days annual leave and 6 public holidays, and a wide range of other benefits including the NHS car lease scheme. We also have a full package of learning and development through our learning academy LearnPro to help reach your full potential and further your career.
Home Working Consideration
Applications for homeworking or hybrid working will be considered for this post, subject to a trial period and in accordance with East Lothian Council’s Home Working and Worksmart Policies which can be found here. Home or Hybrid working options can be discussed with candidates invited for interview. All applicants must live in the UK and will be expected to attend Council offices from time to time as required.
INTERNAL APPLICANTS ONLY
Applications for this post will only be accepted from current employees of East Lothian Council (this includes casual and agency staff who are currently undertaking work for us).
To assist and support the delivery and development of a full range of Road services, maximising efficiency of service delivery within specific standards and approved budgets and in compliance with the Council’s obligations as the local Roads Authority and its policies and plans with a commitment to achieve best value.
Please download the Job Outline/Person Specification (available under 'Job Attachments') for the full range of tasks and duties associated with this job. You will need to refer to these in order to complete the application form. You must ensure you meet every 'essential' criteria stated on the Person Specification to be considered for interview.
The East Lothian Way
The ‘East Lothian Way’– values and behaviours we expect our employees to demonstrate in their everyday work. Should you be invited to interview, you may be asked questions based on these behaviours. Please refer to the document via the link to familiarise yourself with them.
Educated to HNC/SVQ Level 2 in Civil Engineering or related discipline and/or able to demonstrate equivalent knowledge, skills and competencies gained through relevant experience.
As the duties of this role require you to effectively travel to successfully undertake the full remit of the role, you must hold a current driving licence and have access to a vehicle.*
(*Where a disability precludes you from obtaining a driving licence, ELC will take into account its responsibility to make reasonable adjustments to allow for your disability.)
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