Wayleave & Liaison Officer, Dublin

Last update 2023-12-11
Expires 2024-01-11
ID #1766611356
Wayleave & Liaison Officer, Dublin
Ireland, Dublin, Dublin,
Modified August 3, 2023


Overview:Opportunity exists for a Wayleave & Liaison Officer to lead the installation of client’s network infrastructure in the Dublin area. Job Description: As a Wayleave & Laison Officer, you will negotiate and manage the wayleave process, actively maintaining excellent relationships with property owners, statutory and non-statutory bodies, group staff and contractors. Your duties will involve both office and site work.Ideally you will have experience of working in a large diverse organisation, with proven negotiation skills and a working knowledge of the utility industry and wayleave procedures.The successful candidate will be highly organised, self-motivated and flexible as they will need to manage a number of diverse projects simultaneously and meet demanding deadlines. The Role:To ensure that all customers receive top quality information regarding activities undertaken by construction contractors.Agree concessions with homeowners.Provide full Wayleave support for the feasibility and selection of new routes.Assist in developing the Wayleave business through establishing good client relationships, identifying new clients and assisting with sales and business development.Escalate wayleaves when required.To ensure that any customer-related issues are managed effectively.Meet agreed deadlines for delivery of programme. Experience Required:At least 2 years’ experience as a Wayleave OfficerKnowledge and experience of Wayleave work in the utility industryProficient in the use of MS Word and Excel and in the use of email and the InternetSales background with excellent communicative experienceSelf-motivatedGood track record in relation to key responsibilitiesEffective team player Full, clean Driving Licence The CandidateThe successful candidate will:Have the relevant experience required. Have a high standard of English both written and spoken.Good negotiating skillsGood interpersonal skills, with colleagues and clientsWillingness to tackle new areas of work beyond core skill and enthusiasm to get the job done.Positive attitude with good teamwork skills.Flexible and adaptable Our BenefitsOur biggest benefit is our friendly and hardworking people!Competitive salary in a dynamic and technology driven environment.Company Vehicle / Fuel Card / Daily SubsistenceFocused career development and progression opportunitiesFlexible Benefits Programme – a choice of flexible Benefits options like Health Insurance / Pension / Fitness - Gym Membership / Additional Annual Leave.Income ProtectionDeath in Service Benefit Please Note:Only candidates permitted to work in the EU will be considered for this role.  H&S Statement A safe work environment requires continuous commitment from all managers, staff and contractors to ensuring their own safety and that of their colleagues. Consequently, establishing and maintaining a safe and healthy working environment is not exclusively a management responsibility.  All employees are required under Safety, Health and Welfare at Work Act, 2005 (Chapter 2 Section 13 – Duties of Employees) to accept responsibility for co-operating in implementing safety policy, rules, standards, procedures, guidelines and codes.  UK Guidance can be found in Health and Safety at Work Act 1974 Section 7.  

Job details:

Job type: Full time
Contract type: Permanent
Salary type: Monthly
Occupation: Wayleave & liaison officer

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