This is a fantastic opportunity to join one of Irelands largest infrastructure projects with one of the country’s largest engineering companies. On completion of telecoms infrastructure design, the Liaison Officer is responsible for ensuring that all Advance Notifications, Permits & Consents are obtained and administrated to enable build to commence in line with the Project Delivery Programme.
- Responsible for the production of accurate and timely documentation relating to wayleaves, consents, notices and permits in line with requirements of the Client, Roadworks Management Office and any other statutory body or network owner.
- Process all new work requests
- Your role will involve regularly liaising with local authorities, landowners, utility network owners and other statutory bodies as required.
- Carry out land ownership searches and compile and maintain accurate records of land ownership details
- Compile and maintain accurate records and accounts of all interaction with landowners and their agents
- Ensure delay to the build are minimised from restricted access
- Maintain excellent relationships with landowners, client, designers, contractors, project team and government bodies to resolve issues and build relationships.
- Use databases, overviews maps and Excel spreadsheets to plan areas where consent is required ahead of build and to track progress
- Process information that is useable to the field teams during construction
- Assess and resolve any complaints from land-owners, property owners, members of the public and government bodies
- Be conversant with relevant legislation and the overall project objectives
- General day to day administration
- Have experience with noticing and permitting
- Telecoms experience an advantage
Skills & Competencies (evidence of)
- An understanding of route design in a telecommunications network.
- Good to advanced level MS Office skills particularly Excel
- Excellent communication skills, both verbal and written, are required
- Detail conscious
- Awareness of farm and rural land use practices
- Excellent problem-solving skills
- Able to work to own initiative
- Flexible and thorough approach to work with the ability to manage and priorities own work load.