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Highways Consents Manager

 Birmingham, West Midlands

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Birmingham, West Midlands 109 The Print Rooms London SE1 0LH Mattinson Partnership Highways Consents Manager
Reference #: 20814_1636390625
Location: Birmingham, West Midlands
Salary: £35000 - £45000 per annum
Sector:
Type: Permanent
Posted On: 08/11/2021

Role description:

  • To provide Subject Matter Expert specialist support and facilitate timely Highways, supporting governance, delivery activities and communications within a team environment.
  • Working across a matrix organisation to deliver obligations and ensure engagement and suitable approval applications for works.
  • Taking a proactive role in Highways related consents and as required,
  • Provide project management of the Highway Consent process
  • Act as a subject matter expert for Highway Authority Consents related activities and managing inputs from the Sub Lot teams, Logistics, commercial, utilities, environmental, technical specialists and others as required.
  • This role operates on a functional basis to sub-lots and/or route wide, to achieve functional delivery and discharge of all interfaces with Highway Authorities.

Responsibilities:

  • As Highways Consents Manager you will lead coordination between teams, assure Temporary Works Consent submittals and ensure they are delivered in a timely manner to enable approval from the relevant Highways Authorities.
  • Lead coordination between the Sub Lot delivery team's to ensure the production ofrelevant technical documentation is to a consistent standard.
  • Develop a working understanding of the contract and technical responsibilities
  • Provide assurance on complete Consent applications
  • Liaise with the Temporary Works, Logistics, Permanent Design, Environment andTraffic Management Teams
  • Organise workshops and deliver training
  • Manage the coordination and delivery of an integrated database detailing the relevant Consentable activities
  • Identifying, helping to resolve and where necessary escalating key risks to the Head of Stakeholders.
  • Provide support and management of the interface between delivery teams and Highway Authorities.
  • Manage risk assessment and mitigate risk for delivery of works
  • Manage, collate and produce evidence for performance metrics and reporting.
  • Provide focused support to the performance and assurance of programme, financial, consenting and approvals requirements.
  • Actively comply with and support team compliance with company and client safety Standards.

Essential experience and qualifications needed:

  • Experience and knowledge of working with strategic Stakeholders
  • Working on the strategic road network planning and undertakingtemporary works.
  • An understanding of Highways Design and Legislation.
  • Working with and co-ordinating across multi-disciplinary teams oncomplex project
  • A history of working to coordinate between different teams.
  • Developed communication, teamworking skills
  • Degree qualified and/or professional accreditation
  • Experienced in interfacing with Highways Authorities to present at Pre-Application and Temporary works Consent review meetings and engaging with Subcontractors, Clients and Designers.
  • Experience of major construction schemes and / or major infrastructure projects
  • Understanding of the High-Speed Rail (London- West Midlands) Act 2017 and its application
  • Knowledge of Electronic Document Management Systems (EDMS) and Geographic Information Systems (GIS)
  • Knowledge of ethical, legal and regulatory requirements
  • Auditing/ compliance with requirement experience

 
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