Permit Co-Ordinator

6089/2024
Permanent
Administration
Watford

Job Title – Permit Co-Ordinator

Mon- Fri – 7am-5pm

Location – Watford

This is a great Opportunity to join a wonderful team!

There has never been a better time to join our award-winning company! As a Permit Co-Ordinator you can expect the benefits from Chevron Traffic Management that come with being an employer of choice:

Benefits:

  • Highly competitive salary
  • 26 days holiday plus Bank Holidays
  • Job Security
  • Company Pension
  • Employee Assistance Programme
  • Life Assurance with a range of other amazing benefits available through an app
  • Paternity Leave - paid at full salary for 2 weeks * after 2-year qualifying period
  • Maternity Leave – paid at full salary for 3 months and ½ salary for a further 3 months *after 2-year qualifying period
  • Refer A Friend Scheme of £750
  • Fill Your Boots Rewards – saving an average of £400 per year
  • Access to our Internal Academy
  • Career Development and Progression

About the role of Permit Co-Ordinator

As we are a Traffic Management company, you will have the opportunity to learn more about the industry and as you are completing administration tasks around Traffic Management your knowledge of the industry will be enhanced. 

  • To apply for all permits sent from our clients, which can range from Road space bookings, TTRO’s, Traffic light switch outs, bus stop suspensions, parking bay suspensions, and traffic light applications Etc.
  • Liaising with Clients in a professional manner to ensure all permit needs are met and all correct information is required for the applications.
  • Good Excel and Outlook knowledge.
  • Admin duties to ensure all information is captured across all spreadsheets for each client including costs.
  • Excellent organisation skills to ensure no application is missed, so reminders in emails will help with this, and all correspondence is actioned and filled accordingly.
  • To be a team player as you will have to liaise with other depots with regards to TTRO’s and costs.
  • You will need to be able to go online and search for the information you need for each council on the Gov.uk website. Finding the information is not always easy.
  • Good Knowledge of permitting will go a long way with this role.
  • Good communication is key, as you will need to speak to Councils to make payments for applications.
  • Problem solving is key as you will have to deal with Refusals from councils.
  • Good Understanding of TM can help.

Ability to read and understand a TM plans to assess where the works are taking place and compare the TM plan with Website like Find my street, Grid reference finder and OneNetwork to get the information of the locations for the application itself. Also, to see what applications is required based on what is shown on the TM plan.

What looks good for a Permit Co-Ordinator

  • Be proficient in Microsoft Office – Word, Outlook and Excel
  • Good customer service skills
  • Grade C or above in both English and Maths

So, if you want to join a winning team and be part of an innovative organisation which is focussed on company growth and employee progression, click on the apply button today.

EQUALITY AND DIVERSITY AT CHEVRON

Chevron TM believe the skills, capabilities and talents of our people are the key to our success. We benefit enormously from the diversity and variety of our workforce and are fully committed to maintaining and encouraging this diversity.

The richer the mix of people, skills, and cultures; the greater the range of inputs, viewpoints, and experiences. Because of this, Chevron TM is fully committed to being an equal opportunities employer, defined by its diversity and opposition to all forms.

 

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