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Vacancy : Team Leader (Water Management)
Company Location : Motherwell

Job Description

Are you looking for a career with an employer who offers a generous package of terms and conditions and promotes work-life balance and wellbeing amongst its employees? With a generous annual leave entitlement and access to a variety of flexible working options and initiatives, North Lanarkshire Council could be the place for you.Why join us? North Lanarkshire is Scotland’s fourth largest authority by population and is perfectly situated in the heart of Scotland’s central belt with great transport links making this the perfect place to live and work! We have a detailed plan setting the direction to deliver an ambitious growth and development programme for growth and prosperity for all, making North Lanarkshire the place to live, learn, work and invest.An exciting opportunity has arisen to lead our Water Management team. You will work with a variety of partners, customers, and clients on the delivery of a professional service that maximises resources and delivers positive outcomes.You will be responsible for the design, procurement and implementation of flood protection studies, surface water management plans and projects associated with the Local Flood Risk Management Plan. In addition, you will be responsible for the asset management and maintenance of watercourses, reservoirs and associated infrastructure across the council’s area. You will also work closely with other service departments and external organisations, such as Scottish Water and SEPA, ensuring that infrastructure and flood risk is well managed.With an HND or equivalent in Civil Engineering or equivalent recognised qualification that allows you to become a Chartered Engineer, you will have substantial knowledge and experience in a relevant field. You must have a proven track record of delivering projects and service priorities, including the ability to achieve project milestones and targets. You must be able to demonstrate proven experience of developing successful working relationships with contractors and professional service providers and in NEC contract management. You will have demonstrable experience in asset management and planning, tracking, and communicating progress on projects. You will also have capital and revenue budgetary experience including preparation, monitoring and control arrangements.You will be business and customer focused with a demonstrable record of, identifying opportunities, achieving outcomes, managing change, and exercising strong leadership skills. You will be self-motivated with a flexible and collaborative approach to work and have the ability to cope with multiple and changing demands whilst meeting tight deadlines. You will also have a sound understanding and knowledge of relevant legislation, codes of practice and initiatives.With excellent organisational and IT skills, you will be able to utilise various Microsoft Office packages, and be a clear written and verbal communicator, with the ability to analyse information and produce reports and with experience of presenting information in public forums.You will be joining a dynamic and flexible team within Infrastructure and Transportation, who currently operate an agile model of home-working and office-based work at locations within North Lanarkshire. You will be required to travel throughout North Lanarkshire to undertake the duties of this post.Reference ID: NLA06605Job Types: Full-time, PermanentSalary: £44,690.00-£48,987.00 per yearBenefits:Flexible scheduleWork from homeExperience:Environmental Engineering: 1 year (preferred)Environmental Engineers: 1 year (preferred)Work remotely:No

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