Temporary Landscaping OperativesPosted: 01 Apr 2016

Due to an increased operations schedule, we require additional Temporary Landscape Operatives based at our Perth Depot.

 

The successful applicants will carry out new and general maintenance Landscape work. Preferably you should have previous...

Salary:
Competetive Competetive
Start date:
05 Jun 2016
Closing date:
27 May 2016

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Temporary Landscaping Operatives

Due to an increased operations schedule, we require additional Temporary Landscape Operatives based at our Perth Depot.

 

The successful applicants will carry out new and general maintenance Landscape work. Preferably you should have previous experience with the necessary skills and qualifications to carry out various Landscaping activities. A full driving licence, preferably at LGV C (HGV2) and trailer level, is desirable.

  

The closing date for applications is 27th May 2016.

 

 

Job Title:

Landscaping Operative

Job Holder:

 

Reporting To:

Landscaping Manager

 

 

1.         Job Purpose:

To assist the Landscape Manager / Working Co-ordinator with the operations of the day to day activities relating to the delivery of routine and cyclic maintenance works.

 

 

2.         Responsibilities and Activities:

·                Preparation machinery and equipment for days work.

·                Attend all relevant Toolbox Talks.

·                Day to day reporting of information where necessary.

·                Supervise Roadwork Teams who are under his control and provide them with adequate resources, support clear technical instructions and targets

·                Supervise Sub-Contractors allocated to carry out works

·                Ensuring that they are working with the correct systems, i.e. Method Statements, Risk Assessments, Traffic Layouts, Environmental regulations, etc.

·                Filling in of weekly timesheets and relevant paperwork where required.

·                Report vehicle defects to the Fleet Manager and ensure that accidents/incidents are reported accordingly.

·                Co-operate with senior managers regarding recruitment, sickness absence and disciplinary matters.

·                Ensuring tidiness and good general order of the depot.

·                Participation in emergency response.

·                Any other duties as required. 

 

 

3.         Knowledge, Skills and Experience:

·                Experience of Landscape works.

·                Basic knowledge of landscape operations and machinery.

·                Preferably hold a current driving licence. 

·                Ability to develop skills within the department.

·                Ability to carry out basic reporting.

·                Good at working in a team.

·                Working together with other employees in relation to works.

·                Good work ethic.

·                Good attendance rate and arrival times. 

·                Good communication skills.

·                Knowledge of the requirement for Health and Safety rules and procedures.

·                Physically fit for working in sometimes arduous conditions.

·               Ability to problem solve.

·               Flexible to working practices.

·                Ability to cope with change. 

·                Good planning and organisational skills

 

 

 

4.         Key Relationships, Internal and External:

                  

Internal:

External:

Managers

Members of the Public

Employees

 

 

 

 

 

Salary:
Competetive Competetive
Start date:
05 Jun 2016
Closing date:
27 May 2016

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Network OfficerPosted: 03 May 2016

BEAR Scotland manage, maintain and improve almost 2000km of Scottish trunk road including over 3000 bridges through some of the most scenic, but challenging, parts of the country.

We are currently looking for a dedicated Network Officer to join...

Salary:
Competitive Competitive
Start date:
12 Jun 2016
Closing date:
19 May 2016

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Network Officer

BEAR Scotland manage, maintain and improve almost 2000km of Scottish trunk road including over 3000 bridges through some of the most scenic, but challenging, parts of the country.

We are currently looking for a dedicated Network Officer to join our fast-paced organisation and help us ensure we remain committed to our ongoing industry-leading standards for Health and Safety.  

The role is permanent and based in our Head Office in Perth.

 

Job Purpose:

 The Network Officer will assist the Network Manager in a variety of functions including; incident management, roadspace management, development management, preparation of reports, answering correspondence and attending meetings.

 

Responsibilities and Activities:

 Ensure compliance with Health, Safety, Environmental and Quality procedures that form part of BEAR’s Integrated Management Systems.

 Preparation of ad hoc reports from IRIS.

 Preparation of correspondence responses to enquiries from various sources

 Undertake duties required by Schedule 3 Part 9, Statutory Functions particularly in relation to permits for skips and scaffolding.

 Undertake duties required by Schedule 8 Part 2, Development Control.

 Undertake duties required by Schedule 8 Part 5, signing in relation to applications for tourist signing.

 Undertake duties required by Schedule 3 Part 7 in relation to network operations services.

 Undertake duties required by Schedule 7 Part 3 in relation to incident response.

 Undertake duties required by Schedule 7 Part 5 in relation to NRSWA.

 Assist with the preparation and submission of monthly, quarterly, 6 monthly and annual Key Performance Indicators.

 Assist with the preparation and submission of weekly reports, monthly reports and annual reports.

 Other duties applicable to the post as directed from time to time by the Network Manager.

 

 Knowledge, Skills and Experience:

 Qualification in a relevant discipline at Degree/HNC/HND Level or relevant experience.

 Working knowledge of the 4G Term Maintenance Contract.

 Working knowledge of SRWR.

 Working knowledge of IRIS.

 Proficient in the use of Microsoft Office packages.

 Ability to work to tight deadlines and work under pressure.

 Ability to work effectively in a team.

 Good communication skills.

 Ability to solve problems.

 Flexible attitude to working practices.

 Capable of self management and self motivation.

 Ability to cope with change

 A full approved UK driving licence.

 

Key Relationships, Internal and External:

Internal External

Managers  Transport Scotland

Employees Local Authorities

 Councillors

 Community Councils

 Police

 Adjacent Operating Companies

 

 

 

Salary:
Competitive Competitive
Start date:
12 Jun 2016
Closing date:
19 May 2016

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