Network Coordinator

Job number:
BBUK01933

Company/Division:
Portfolio Management Office

Career area:
PMO
Road space

Contract type:
Permanent


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CPS is a joint Venture project with Balfour Beatty, Atkins, and Egis. We operate and maintain the M25.

The M25 is the busiest section of motorway in Europe and requires careful and efficient planning of work in order to deliver over £100m of annual investment in the highway infrastructure each year, in addition to planned and reactive maintenance activity.

If you have or are looking for a career in Highways, working on the M25 will give you experience and challenge that no other highways project can offer.

Purpose of the role

This role co-ordinates the booking of road space on the M25 and other roads within the Area 5 network to ensure that bookings meet the information quality and time requirements of National Highways  and that opportunities to share road space are maximised.

The role will support other Network Co-ordinators with the Road Space team to ensure that work load is managed efficiently and evenly distributed across the team to manage peaks in workload as well as absence.

The Network Co-ordinators will work closely with a range of stakeholders including CPS Service Delivery, framework contractors and local highway authorities to ensure that regulatory requirements are adhered to and strong relationships are developed and maintained.

Key responsibilities

  • Reviewing bookings in the CPS NOMS system for data accuracy and that booking information meets minimum requirements
  • Liaising with applicants to ensure that clashes are being resolved in suitable timescales
  • Transferring booking information accurately from the CPS NOMS system to NH NEMS system within appropriate timescales
  • Identify opportunities for road space sharing and liaising with applicants to ensure the opportunities are realised
  • Process Traffic Orders and Local Authority permits for bookings for Service Delivery activities as required
  • Obtain agreement for departure requests from national highways (for non-standard working hours) where necessary
  • Participate in weekly road space co-ordination meetings and following up actions where required
  • Develop and maintain strong relationships with all stakeholders

Qualifications/Skills required

To be successful in this role you should be able to demonstrate experience or have the skills to work in a responsive and busy environment. Critical to the success of this position is the ability to prioritise whilst working with colleagues, other teams and stakeholders.

We are looking for the following skills and qualities:

  • Experience of working in a multi-stakeholder environment
  • Experience of working in highways desirable but not essential
  • Methodical and output focussed
  • Flexible and adaptable, responding dynamically to a changing 24/7 operational environment
  • Able to manage complex issues and communicate these effectively
  • Resilient under pressure and in the face of change
  • Strong drive and proven delivery record
  • Dynamic approach, seeking continuous improvement and further opportunities