Right of Way Officer.
Right of Way Officer
April 21, 2022
Job – Right of Way Officer
Location – Bangor
Hours – 36 hours
Rate – £15.07ph
To ensure the Council complies with its statutory obligations under the Access to the Countryside Order (NI) 1983.
PRINCIPAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
Research, compile and preserve maps and other records of public rights-of-way throughout the Borough of Ards and North Down.
Liaise with landowners and the public in the research and collection of evidence necessary for the investigation into requests to assert of Public Rights of Way in the Borough.
Advise the Council on any matters relating to Access to the Countryside Order (NI) 1983.
Draft the necessary report for the Council’s Corporate Committee.
Ensure that the Council meets its statutory obligations under the Access to the Countryside (NI) Order 1983.
Negotiate with landowners and others and to provide an information service to the public on statutory access matters and liaise with external bodies as required.
Complete the relevant sections of the Council’s Property Certificate questionnaire.
To comply with and promote equality, health and safety in accordance with Council Policies and legal requirement.
To undertake any other appropriate duties as may be allocated from time to time in accordance with the general nature of the post.
Two A Levels or equivalent
One years’ relevant experience that must include dealing with the public, landowners and statutory authorities
Experience of conducting investigations and compiling reports.
Good written and verbal skills.
A valid driving license.
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