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Job Title

Engineering Inspector - Roads Capital Programme

Employer

Transport Infrastructure Ireland

Location

Dublin

Description

Engineering Inspector – Roads Capital Programme Reference: TII202203. Salary: €73,392 to €91,594  Background Information  The roads capital programme and regional management department is responsible for the delivery of the Roads Capital funded programme, TII’s Active travel programme and the Greenway programme. This is delivered on a regional basis by a Regional Management team led by the respective Regional Manager. The teams are responsible for the management, promotion, and delivery of the projects in their regions. This includes responsibility for the National Regional Offices (NROs) and Project offices and delivery of the roads, active travel, and greenway projects with the assistance of the Local Authorities.  The department is responsible for the delivery of Major projects as set out in the NDP 2021 to 2030 in accordance with the TII Project Management Guidelines, processes, and procedures. In addition, the Regional managers support the delivery of all other capital projects in their region including Greenways, minor realignments, pavement, safety schemes and design and construction of sections of the cycling network.  The portfolio management unit supports the Regional Management teams in the overall co-ordination of the various programmes. The unit is also responsible for stakeholder engagement and internal co-ordination with the various units in TII. The unit supports delivery and is responsible for updating documentation, processes, and procedures necessary for effective delivery of the road programmes. In addition, this unit oversees the Greenway programme and is responsible for progressing the National Cycling Strategy.  Role and Responsibilities. The key areas of responsibility for this role are:  • Development of processes and procedures for National Roads and Greenways delivery. • Updating guidance documentation and standards. • Supporting the procurement of TII frameworks  • Supporting the Portfolio Manager in providing oversight of TII’s Roads Capital, Greenways and Active travel Programmes.  • Supporting the development of the National Cycling Strategy.  • Assisting the Regional Managers in the oversight of the Safety, Minors, Majors, Active Travel and Greenways programme.  • Internal coordination and external stakeholder management to support delivery   • Set up and attend at meetings, as required to deliver programme milestones. • If assigned, fulfil the role of TII’s Representative on PPP projects  • Review and comment on all drafts of documents associated with scheme delivery including involvement in Peer reviews, lessons learned and risk management workshops.   • Establish comprehensive project budgets and estimates for approval. • Ensure that reports destined for regulatory and financing agencies on a portfolio of projects are consistently of a high degree of accuracy, quality, and reliability. • Assist in the development of plans, including multi-annual plans aimed at securing future funds for TII’s programme of work.  • Deal with general correspondence, parliamentary questions, and FOI requests. • Promote and monitor the delivery of the programmes and report on progress as required. • Provide advice on the application of the TII procedures and standards as they apply to each individual project type. • Facilitate internal and external audits. If assigned to a Region, other responsibilities may also include:  • Oversee delivery of the Annual Capital Programme of works for assigned counties  • Agree annual milestones with the local authorities, National Roads Offices, and project offices for Regional Manager approval.  • Attend meetings as requested by Regional Manager with delegations from the local authorities and other bodies. • Interface and provide technical advice on planning applications within the region.  • Ensuring compliance with relevant national and TII policies and with TII standards for design, procurement, construction, contract monitoring and maintenance. Reporting on any variations from policies and standards. • Assist the Regional Manager in developing and recommending annual grant allocations. Note:     The functions and responsibilities assigned to this position are based on the current stated role and may be changed from time to time. The person appointed will be required to demonstrate the flexibility necessary to fulfil other roles and responsibilities at a similar grade within TII and may be assigned to other such roles as business needs arise.     Education & Experience  The successful candidate will be required to demonstrate the key competencies for a Grade I position as identified in Appendix A, as well as the following experience and job-specific requirements:  • Degree or third level professional qualification (HETAC Level 8 or equivalent) in Engineering. • 7 years’ experience in civil engineering work in a responsible position  • Be a Chartered Engineer with Engineers Ireland, or be professionally registered at an equivalent level with an appropriate professional body, or be able to attain such registration within in a year of appointment to the position. • A track record of involvement in the delivery of large-scale infrastructure projects. • A good understanding of project governance and contract management. • Strong risk, financial, technical, contract, dispute resolution and stakeholder management capabilities and other as they relate to the Roads Capital Project department’s responsibilities. • An ability to successfully lead a large multi-disciplinary team.  • A strong commitment to public safety, to staff safety, and to the safety of those working on our behalf. • A good understanding of, or the ability to quickly learn, the public sector working environment. • A high standard of technical training and expertise. • Currently hold and maintain a full driving licence. To apply for, or to locate further information on, these posts please visit our website: https://www.tii.ie/careers/   The closing date for applications is 12pm (noon) Wednesday 2nd February 2022. Transport Infrastructure Ireland is committed to a policy of equal opportunity.

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