Based in the Highways Service, the post holders will enjoy working within a team to help manage the Council’s Public Rights of Way records, Town and Village Green records and the Commons register. In addition, you’ll be advising other services, stakeholders and the public whilst improving and promoting access rights for the benefit and enjoyment of the whole community.
Public Rights of Way records and legislation can be detailed, so you’ll be a quick learner with excellent organisational skills, an eye for detail and an appetite for personal professional development. You’ll be working in a stimulating, supportive environment - carrying out consultations, documentary research, report writing, making legal orders, and providing input on planning proposals. You’ll work with the public, partner organisations and developers to secure improvements to Cambridgeshire’s rights of way network through effective partnership working and negotiation.
You should possess good report writing, map reading and interpretation skills, together with a strong investigative and methodical approach. A high standard of written and verbal communication is essential. Whilst experience of working with highway records, asset management, fieldwork, relevant legislation, and/or digital mapping is desirable, on-the-job training will be provided and we are open to applicants with relevant transferrable skills.
There are two Asset Information Definitive Map Officer posts open for recruitment.
• Applications close Midday Tuesday 25 January 2022
• Short-listing – Tuesday 25th January 2022 midday
• Interviews – Week commencing 31st January 2022
• There will be an interview test that will be advised to short-listed candidates.
For an informal discussion please contact:
Roger Payne, Asset Information Definitive Map Manager – 01480 379421