£18.00 - £20.00 per hour
29 days ago
We are currently recruiting for a Traffic Orders Officer to be responsible for the following:
- Processing traffic orders
- Drafting traffic orders
- Implement suspensions
- Advice and guidance statutory processing of statutory legislation
The Knowledge, Skills and Experience expected of the Traffic Orders Officer are as follows:
- Thorough knowledge of the legal procedures for the drafting and making of TROs
- Knowledge of computer based mapping systems, ParkMap, MapInfo, and MS Office.
- Knowledge and understanding of Statutory process in compliance with The Local Authorities' Traffic Orders Procedures (England and Wales) Regulations 1996.
- Detailed knowledge of the technicalities of traffic regulation and control
- Knowledge and understanding of Act/Legislations e.g. RTRA 1984, TSRGD 2002, The Road Traffic (Temporary Restrictions) Procedure Regulations 1992, GLA Act 1999, Road Traffic (Special Events) Order 1994.
- Knowledge and ability to decipher maps and TRO content.
- Knowledge and awareness of Priority Red Route controls and restrictions.
- Ability and awareness to provide judicial review, PCN, FOI, Public Enquiry and witness statements documentation
- Ability to undertake detailed and precise checking, altering and correction of legal documents to a high standard.
- Ability to decipher map and plans to draft traffic orders.
- Experience in Transportation or Highway environment.
- Experience of processing and drafting Traffic Regulation Orders or other legal documents.
- Detailed experience of the technicalities of traffic regulation and control
- Numerate and computer literate with strong MS Office, Excel skills together with experience of database data entry and ability to maintain accurate records (computer and paper-based).
***This role is working in the public sector and therefore must be set up on a PAYE or Umbrella basis. No limited companies are permitted. ***
In order to apply for the Traffic Orders Officer, please submit your CV and contact details via this advert.