The salary and grade quoted are effective from 1 April 2024 in accordance with the council's Total Pay and Reward review.
The Asset Strategy service seeks a suitably qualified and experienced professional to join the Definitive Map Team.
A primary function of the team is to ensure that the Council’s statutory obligations are met, the Definitive Map and Statement is accurate, up to date and publicly accessible and assessment of how the Public Rights of Way network can be improved by the diversion of existing routes and the addition of ‘new’ (lost) routes.
This involves undertaking extensive research followed by full consultation on Definitive Map Modification Orders and Public Path Orders with other bodies (Elected Members, Town and Parish Councils, Statutory Undertakers, and Local and National User Groups) and responding to, investigating and acting upon queries from the Public, Local and National User Groups, Town and Parish Councils, Public Bodies and Elected Members to ensure a safe and effective public rights of way network.
The role involves carrying out site inspections in rural areas and includes areas that can involve risk (e.g. river banks, areas containing livestock) and also includes walking over different terrains, sometimes in isolation.
The Council has adopted a hybrid working arrangement and would be happy to discuss working arrangements if essential criteria are met.
For an informal discussion please contact Deborah Smedley or Helen Firth.
The Council offers many remote working opportunities as part of our commitment to providing flexibility wherever possible for our employees.
If you already work for the council and have an Employee Self Service (ESS) account, please login to apply online using your ESS username and password.
Some travel across East Riding of Yorkshire may be required, applicants must be able to transport themselves.
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