Highways and Bus Stop Infrastructure Officer Ref:3005950

Details
Highways and Bus Stop Infrastructure Officer

Closing date: 24 October, 2021 11:59 pm

Hours per week: 35

Salary: £22,969 - £25,928

Job Description:
Highways and Bus Stop Infrastructure Officer – Infrastructure Development and Support Team

SCP 20-23 £22,969 to £25,928


Following recent staff changes, an exciting opportunity has arisen to join the Infrastructure Development and Support Team within the Asset Management Service Area of Merseytravel.


Reporting to the Principal Officer Public Transport Development & Support you will take responsibility for ensuring that bus stop infrastructure is provided and maintained for use by the traveling public and where possible, opportunities are sought to enhance that infrastructure by utilising third party funding.


Working as part of a wider integrated team you will get involved in the capital programme for bus stop renewals and the various programmes of work to upgrade bus infrastructure (e.g., Green Bus Routes).


There will be a need to investigate and provide responses to questions and complaints received from elected members and general public through a variety of routes using the Authority’s Customer Relationship Management (CRM) system. A portion of the work will involve attendance on site to agree works, gather data and inspect the work of partners and third parties. The role also requires the post holder to process the suspension of bus stops to enable highway works by developers and utility companies.


The post holder will be required to ensure that all bus stop data / as- built information is captured and recorded for the effective delivery of ongoing maintenance of the infrastructure, and that up- dates are recorded in the Asset Register.


During an exciting time for the City Region resulting from unprecedented change driven by the pandemic, climate emergency, and the ongoing devolution agenda, there is a need to ensure that the Authority retains a high quality stock of bus stop infrastructure. Quality bus stop infrastructure will support the City Region as it ‘Builds Back Better’, delivering the Metro Mayor’s vision of a London- style transport system. Through this role you will be able to get involved and help deliver that meaningful change.


If you would like impartial advice and support with an application, please contact a member of the HR team.


Closing Date for Applications: 24 October 2021, at 11:59pm.


The Liverpool City Region Combined Authority is committed to having a workforce that is representative of the communities we serve. To this end, we particularly welcome applicants from Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic Backgrounds as we are under-represented by people from these communities.


Completed application forms can be sent to: recruitment@liverpoolcityregion-ca.gov.uk


This information can be provided in alternative formats on request



Full details for this post can be viewed and downloaded from our website via this link - Highways and Bus Stop Infrastructure Officer | Liverpool City Region Combined Authority - Vacancies (liverpoolcityregion-ca.gov.uk)
Pay
£22,969.00 - £25,928.00
Closing date
24/10/2021
Hours
Hours per week: 35
How to apply
Full details for this post can be viewed and downloaded from our website via this link - Highways and Bus Stop Infrastructure Officer | Liverpool City Region Combined Authority - Vacancies (liverpoolcityregion-ca.gov.uk) Completed application forms can be sent to: recruitment@liverpoolcityregion-ca.gov.uk

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