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Network Manager

Organisation:Leicestershire County Council 

Working Hours: Full Time , Hours per week - 37 

Salary:£40,701 

Appointment Type:Permanent 

Location:Highways Delivery, Arbor Road, Croft, Leicester, LE9 3GE 

Reference:ET0463 

Closing date:29 July 2019 at midnight 


Salary Details: Grade 13 (£40,701 - £44,964 pa)
          
As a Highway Authority, Leicestershire County Council has statutory responsibility to manage their highway (network) in an effective manner, to control and reduce congestion and provide a high-level of safe and reliable journeys to the road user.
The Network Management Service, within the Council’s Highways & Transport division take an active role in the implementation of the Council’s Local Transport Plan whilst also delivering the statutory responsibility for network management (refer to Appendix A for primary functions).
          
The Network Manager role is to provide an operational and strategic lead to the Network Management service, overseeing the functions and outcomes to ensure the service is being delivered to best effect and the efficient and effective operation of the Service will deliver the Council’s Network Management Duty
         
ESSENTIAL REQUIREMENTS:

To provide input into the Council’s Local Transport Plan and Network Management Strategy and ensure the Service delivers their role within the Council’s network management strategy.

To collate and assess data on the performance of the network and use all appropriate legislative powers and capabilities to:

  • provide access to the network for various users;
  • improve and maintain the performance of the network;
  • provide network resiliency throughout the County;
  • ensure safety for those using and working on the network;
  • protect the network assets; and
  • identify and act upon current issues or potential risks to network performance.

To establish and maintain an Operating (Network Management) Service Plan to define the:

  • role and purpose of the Service;
  • scope of the Service;
  • objectives and ongoing evaluation of the Service;
  • medium and long-term plans to develop the Service; and
  • key risks to the Service.

To issue an annual update to the Operating Service Model and associated evaluations.

Please see the Job Description / Person Specification which are attached further down on this page.
                 
For informal enquires please contact Chris Green, Tel: 0116 3052228 Email: chris.green@leics.gov.uk 
           
Leicestershire County Council is committed to Smarter Working and understands the benefits of supporting employees to manage their work and life balance, whilst meeting the needs of the service.
We are supportive of flexible working and candidates who wish to discuss this should contact Chris Green to discuss what is possible for this role.
                          
Please apply sending us your CV as well a supporting statement, detailing how you meet the requirements of the post. The supporting statement should be no longer than 500 words and be incorporated into your CV, to form a single document.
  
If you have any technical issues completing your application form please contact escservicedesk@emss.org.uk
ET0463 - Network Manager
Grade 13 (£40,701 - £44,964 pa)
As a Highway Authority, Leicestershire County Council has statutory responsibility to manage their highway (network) in an effective manner, to control and reduce congestion and provide a high-level of safe and reliable journeys to the road user.
The Network Management Service, within the Council’s Highways & Transport division take an active role in the implementation of the Council’s Local Transport Plan whilst also delivering the statutory responsibility for network management (refer to Appendix A for primary functions).
The Network Manager role is to provide an operational and strategic lead to the Network Management service, overseeing the functions and outcomes to ensure the service is being delivered to best effect and the efficient and effective operation of the Service will deliver the Council’s Network Management Duty
 
 
Essential Requirements:

To provide input into the Council’s Local Transport Plan and Network Management Strategy and ensure the Service delivers their role within the Council’s network management strategy.

To collate and assess data on the performance of the network and use all appropriate legislative powers and capabilities to:

·         provide access to the network for various users;

·         improve and maintain the performance of the network;

·         provide network resiliency throughout the County;

·         ensure safety for those using and working on the network;

·         protect the network assets; and

·         identify and act upon current issues or potential risks to network performance.

To establish and maintain an Operating (Network Management) Service Plan to define the:

·      role and purpose of the Service;

·      scope of the Service;

·      objectives and ongoing evaluation of the Service;

·      medium and long-term plans to develop the Service; and

·      key risks to the Service.

To issue an annual update to the Operating Service Model and associated evaluations.

 
Please see the Job Description / Person Specification which are attached further down on this page
 
For informal enquires please contact Chris Green, Tel: 0116 3052228 Email: chris.green@leics.gov.uk
 
Leicestershire County Council is committed to Smarter Working and understands the benefits of supporting employees to manage their work and life balance, whilst meeting the needs of the service.
We are supportive of flexible working and candidates who wish to discuss this should contact Chris Green to discuss what is possible for this role.
Please apply sending us your CV as well a supporting statement, detailing how you meet the requirements of the post. The supporting statement should be no longer than 500 words and be incorporated into your CV, to form a single document.
 
 
If you have any technical issues completing your application form please contact escservicedesk@emss.org.uk
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