The Network Management & TTRO Officer has a key role in the delivery of the Network Management duties required to be undertaken by Thurrock Council. This particular role entails processing Temporary Traffic Regulation Orders in line with current processes in a timely and efficient manner. The successful applicant will also produce statutory requests for apparatus and assist in the co-ordination of the road network when required including minute taking of all Network Management meetings. The role will also include the issuing of fixed penalty notices (FPN’s) and section 74 overrun charges to all work promoters. This will be carried out by interrogating the EtoN system and issuing the charges where failure to comply to relevant legislation have been discovered. The successful candidate will also be required to issue draft charge reports and final invoices where applicable as well as raise and request all purchase orders. The role also involves the issuing of notifications relating to any incidents and emergency works on the network to all stakeholders. You will also need to produce a number of weekly, monthly and annual reports relating to the performance of all works promoters as well as the performance of the Network Management team and from time to time you will also need to provide cover for the permit officers. Training will be provided.
We offer competitive benefits to staff details of which can be found at
For an informal discussion about these posts, please contact Mark Mixture, Network Manager on 01375 652349.
For full details on this and other vacancies in the Thurrock area, and to apply on-line, please go to www.thurrock.gov.uk/jobs
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Thurrock Council and its Partnership Organisations are committed to equal opportunities and welcome applications from all sections of the community. Disabled people will be offered an interview where they meet all Essential Criteria on the Person Specification. Job share applications are also welcome. Most Departments operate a flexible working hour’s system.
Our vision – Thurrock: a place of opportunity, enterprise and excellence, where individuals, communities and businesses flourish.
Thurrock is an exciting place to live and work. We are an emerging cultural and arts centre - home to the production centre for the and the National Skills Academy for culture and arts. We have retail and leisure which is among the best with the magnificent Intu and breathtaking countryside all around. We are an area of massive growth, which is creating jobs and new industry, but with great transport links that can get you into London and other parts of the UK quickly and easily.
Thurrock is the largest regeneration area in the UK, with a fast growing economy supported by major developments, including the new London Gateway Port. Its strategic location near to London, the M25 crossing from Essex to Kent and three ports has created an important industrial and logistics industry. These together with the needs of residents create a challenge to meet the needs of all. Thurrock, as a Unitary Council, is responsible for its Highways and the success of the regeneration and growth agenda relies on the strength of the transport infrastructure around it.