Graduate Engineer

Location
Oldbury Council House, Freeth Street, Oldbury B69 3DE
Salary
Band E, SCP 26-31 (£23,866 - £28,221 per annum) (£12.37 - £14.63 per hour)
Posted
02 Aug 2018
Closes
18 Aug 2018
Job Ref
SAND000003388
Contract Type
Permanent
Working Pattern
Standard
Hours
Full-Time

Graduate Engineer - includes Postgraduate Degree Apprenticeship opportunity

This is an exciting new opportunity in the Highway Services team to play a pivotal role in creating a safe and efficient highway network for all users and work towards achieving the Council’s 2030 vision.  We will support you as a new graduate to achieve a postgraduate engineering qualification alongside gaining valuable exposure to develop your skills to shape your role at each stage of your career with us.

Your role will initially be to assist the team however, as you gain experience and complete a post-graduate qualification you will be required to carry out the following duties: -   

  • Day to day and programme management, from inception to completion, of road safety, traffic management and highway maintenance construction schemes and programmes or other highway projects of an engineering nature
  • Deputise for the designated Team Leader as required.
  • Prepare written and verbal replies to highway related enquiries from elected members and, members of the public, including attending face to face meetings.
  • Prepare Cabinet reports and advise elected members as necessary.
  • Undertake consultation with members of the public and other stakeholders about proposed highway schemes.
  • Prepare financial estimates, monitor expenditure and produce spend profiles
  • The day-to-day supervision of contractor staff and junior staff/apprentices.

It is an essential requirement that you are committed to undertaking a postgraduate degree apprenticeship (Level 7) at Aston University.

You should have BEng / BSc Degree in Civil Engineering or an equivalent subject and some previous relevant work experience is desirable. All candidates must also be interviewed by the University in addition to our employer requirements.

Interviews to be held on 6 / 7 September 2018 for a start date 1 October 2018.

Hours

37 hours per week.

This vacancy and advert will be closed as soon as sufficient applications are received. Therefore, it is strongly advised that you complete and return your application as soon as possible.

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