Wayleave Manager

  • Belfast
  • 40000 - 45000
  • Full Time
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We are presently recruiting for an experienced Wayleave Manager to join an exciting telecoms company as they embark on a period of significant growth and expansion projects across Northern Ireland!

This is a very exciting opportunity for any candidate who is keen to progress their career with a company that will continue to grow at a rapid rate, will allow you to shape your own team (and career trajectory) as well as taking part in one of the most notable fibre projects happening in the UK right now.

Wayleave Manager Responsibilities will include:

  • Leading a team of experience Wayleave Officers to ensure continued delivery
  • Take ownership of any problems which arise within the team and ensure Officers are afforded the opportunity to grow and learn from any issues
  • Negotiate Terms & conditions on behalf of the company
  • Direct reporting to senior management on ongoing Wayleave projects, site acquisitions and agreements set in place
  • Coordinate meetings within communities with businesses and residents

 

The successful applicant will require significant Wayleave and management experience from a recent telecoms project (ideally fibre / full fibre roll out) along with strong negotiation skills and an ability to develop strong, autonomous teams.

Salary: £40,000 – £45,000 (DOE)

Location: Armagh / Down / Belfast / Antrim

To apply for this role please click on the link below to submit your CV or call Michael Pauls at Donard Recruitment on 02890996195.

Key Words: Fibre, Manager, Install, FTTH, FTTC, CAT 5, CAT 6, Wayleave Manager

Closing Date:
9 November 2020

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