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Summary Liverpool City Council wish to recruit a Principal Engineer (Development) to provide managerial and technical support, leading on the Highway Authority input into the planning process, liaising and supporting developers and provide quality, efficient and profitable services, in accordance with the agreed aims of the City Council. The role will involve: •Participating in fully embracing and developing Corporate and Central Government initiatives, to enable the City Council to deliver its services with full public participation, within a politically aware, Best Value related culture. •Allocating workload and managing staff and other resources to develop, establish, monitor and co-ordinate the Highway Authorities input into the planning process to agreed budgets, timescales and standards, leading to the achievement of the Service targets, as directed. •Assisting in the delivery of other Highways and Transportation services as directed by Senior Officers. •Assisting in planning for the development of existing and implementation of new procedures, systems and equipment to meet continuous improvement objectives and Best Value. If you wish to find out more about the role, please contact Jill McCluskey on 0151 233 0253 or [email protected] Knowledge and skills Degree or formal qualification (HNC/HND) in an Engineering/Planning discipline. Full or Associate Membership of a relevant technical institution. Management qualifications/formal management training. Extensive, Highway Development Control experience including all associated procedures, policies and responsibilities.Highways/traffic engineering and transport assessment experience. Experience in dealing with section 278 Agreements. Management of resources, both financial and staffing. Experience of working in a Quality Assured environment. Local Transport Plan Process. 10.Best Value Legislation and process. Liverpool City Council is an equal opportunities employer. Closing date: 10th September 2019. Applicants to go to link or telephone 0151 233 3003. Please quote reference LCC02276 in all enquiries.