Senior Traffic Engineer
SENIOR TRAFFIC ENGINEER
SCP 37 – SCP 41 £32,164 to £36,019 per annum
37 Per Week
The postholders normal place of work is MCC offices at Raglan and Usk which may change in the future if the service location needs to relocate and which disturbance expenses will not be paid.The nature of the role requires travel within and outside of the county.
WELSH LANGUAGE ASSESSMENT:
Welsh language skills are desirable but not essential
PURPOSE OF POST:
The postholder will report to and assist the Traffic & Road Safety Manager in managing the Council’s highway traffic functions and lead a team of engineers and technicians to deliver an efficient and effective service in line with the authority’s policies and processes.
The postholder will be required to assist the Traffic & Road Safety Manager, and lead the team responsible for ensuring the efficient undertaking of the development and implementation of highway transportation policies within the authority. To assist with the planning and design of highways traffic management systems, within the available service budget headings. To assist in the management of highway traffic management data to enable the long term highway maintenance/network plan to be designed, and prioritised to match the the available service budgets.
The postholder will be required to produce innovative operational solutions, and introduce new technology to achieve an efficient and progressive service, with performance outcomes that can be measured, in line with the Highways Service Improvement Plan.
To liaise with members , officers, community groups, town and community councils, members of the public, in order to promote social inclusion, with regard to all related aspects of the highways traffic management functions.
Should you require any further information regarding this post, please contact: Paul Keeble, Group Engineer (Highway & Flood Mgmt) Tel: 01633 644733
Closing Date: 12 noon on Friday 28th July 2017
Please Note that we are not able to accept CV’s
Application forms can be completed online or down loaded via:
Applications may be submitted in Welsh, and that an application submitted in Welsh will not be treated less favourably than an application submitted in English.
Completed paper application forms should be returned to the following address:-
People Services, Monmouthshire County Council, PO BOX 106, CALDICOT, NP26 9AN
Appointment to this post is exempt from Rehabilitation of Offenders Act and is subject to an Enhanced Disclosure Check.
Monmouthshire County Council is an equal opportunities employer and welcomes applications from all sections of the community.
All posts are open to job-share unless stated otherwise.
Monmouthshire County Council operates a Smoke Free Workplace policy.