Street Lighting Project Engineer, Open to flexibility

Warwick, Warwickshire
£30,153 - £32,486 per annum
03 Oct 2017
15 Oct 2017
Contract Type

Street Lighting Project Engineer, Open to flexibility

Warwickshire County Council's Street Lighting Section is a small team that manage 55,000 street lights and illuminated traffic signs and bollards countywide. The key driver within the team is to reduce costs through the specification of equipment that has minimal electricity consumption and maintenance requirement over the course of its working life.

The Role

The Postholder will be required to lead on all projects that require a street lighting input and/or electricity connections on the Highway. This will include carrying out designs and/or technical approval for Section 38/278 schemes; delivery of street lighting projects through the maintenance contractor that are specified by colleagues in Traffic and Road Safety; any other street lighting projects that arise. From time to time there will be a need for the Postholder to be involved with maintenance aspects of street lighting through the maintenance contractor. The Postholder will be required to be part of the Street Lighting out of office rota, for which an additional payment of £2,068 per annum is made. 

37.0 Hours per Week

Key Requirements

The Postholder will have at least two years experience of carrying out street lighting designs and/or projects that comply with BS5489, and be proficient in the use of Lighting Reality and CAD. A relevant electrical qualification is essential, and completion of the ILP Lighting Technology Diploma would be desirable. The Postholder will be able to work with minimal supervision, and be comfortable in dealing the majority of queries that arise from their work. The Postholder should have, or be working towards, MILP and Eng.Tech as a minimum.  

Rewards & Benefits of working for Warwickshire

It really is true that every single job role here at Warwickshire County Council contributes to bettering the lives of the people in our County; we want to do this for our employees, too. We are proud of our strong flexible working culture, including the opportunity for flexibility on working hours, technology to support remote working (such as light laptops and phones where the role allows).

Time to recharge is so important; we provide a generous holiday allowance which rises as you remain in employment with us. You get all Bank and public holidays off, plus all staff are given an extra day of holiday over Christmas.

As if that wasn’t enough, you’ll also have access to membership of the Local Government contributory pension scheme, childcare vouchers, a host of enhanced family friendly policies and some of the very best Learning and Development training courses to support your ongoing development.