Do you have experience with a house builder, engineering consultant, utilities specialist, contractor or local government involved in infrastructure design or coordination? Are you looking for a new challenge dealing with services coordination and utilities adoptions on housing developments
We are representing a well respected, housing developer with an expanding in house design team in Norfolk. They work with a range of residential housing projects, varying in size and complexity, ensuring that every day has a different challenge. With an ever-increasing workload, they now require a Services Coordinator to take responsibility for the adoptions process, working with the technical team ensuring utilities are delivered from design to construction and project hand over.
If you have a solid knowledge of civil engineering adoption process, but are someone looking for more autonomy and reward then this could be your ideal role. You will liaise and negotiate with water authorities, highway organisations and other utilities providers. You will be someone that can manage and procure civil contractors to undertake remedial works for surfacing, drainage, services and street lighting works. You will be required to maintain and update agreements, a project coordinator with a proactive approach, someone that gets things done.
Previous residential housing project experience is essential but this could have been gained with another house builder design team, engineering consultant, utilities specialist or engineering contractor. Equally if you have seen the adoptions process from a client or local authority perspective your process and management skills may be of interest. A broad knowledge of construction and design issues is important as you will be playing a key part in the development process.
Due to the location of projects you will ideally be based in Norfolk, Suffolk or Cambridgeshire or willing to relocate to this region. Maybe you are looking to escape the London commute, or relocate to a more rural location your application would also be welcomed.