2 year Fixed Term Contract
£30,000.00 - £40,000.00
We are currently recruiting for a Wayleave Officer for the leading Irish Energy Business based in Belfast. Our client is a market leader in the utilities sector and is offering a 2 year fixed-term contract to the successful candidate.
Role and Responsibilities:
The Wayleave Officer will form part of the NI Projects Team. The role is responsible for acquiring high profile and sometimes more difficult wayleaves.
Duties include the following:
- Secure land owner consents for Major Transmission projects.
- Negotiate wayleave agreements and easements and other forms of agreement in respect of Major Transmission projects.
- Assist in the preparation of Planning Applications.
- Resolve disputes over wayleave rights, land ownership queries or tree cutting.
- Carry out Land 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.
- Actively maintain excellent relationships with landowners, agents, consulting engineers, contractors, government bodies etc.
- Calculate compensation in regard to permanent easements and wayleave rentals.
- Be conversant with relevant legislation.
- Liaise with customers, land agents, solicitors and other team members in regard to wayleave matters.
- Negotiate land damage claims.
The role will be based in Belfast and will require time to be spent in Dublin on a regular basis to liaise with our clients staff based in Dublin.
- Relevant technical/business qualification.
- Good map reading and cartographic skills.
- Good understanding of statutory and legislative issues relating to wayleave management.
- Knowledge of landowner identification and registration methods.
- Good interpersonal skills and communication particularly in relation to dealing with third parties.
- Ability to maintain good working relationships with a wide range of stakeholders.
- Strong adherence to quality assurance and good document management skills.
- Full drivers licence.
- Detailed understanding of TSO business activities.
- An understanding of route selection, line design, EIA and planning criteria used for transmission line projects would be an advantage.
- Knowledge of farm and rural land use practices.
- Knowledge of conflict resolution techniques.
Health care scheme
26 days annual leave + public holidays
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If you have the suitable skills and experience please apply here or call Katie Doyle at Grafton for more information on 02890 895824.