Street Lighting Engineer
P02 - P03 £37,725 - £43,815
To be responsible for the supervision, maintaining and monitoring of planned and routine maintenance of all electrical street furniture on the Public Highway including the updating and management of street lighting Central Management System (CMS)
To work with a team of professional and technical staff including directly employed staff, agency, in-house services and external consultants and contractors
To be responsible for the supervision and monitoring of street lighting schemes including surveying, investigation, feasibility and consultation, as required.
Closing date: 17th September 2023
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