Are you a seasoned professional in street lighting management, particularly with hands-on experience on high-speed road networks? Join our clients growing team as a Street Lighting Manager with a major highways contractor in the scenic South West of the UK.
·Plan and coordinate maintenance activities for street lighting systems on high-speed road networks.
·Execute regular on-site inspections to assess and address operational issues promptly.
·Develop detailed maintenance schedules and ensure their efficient implementation.
·Collaborate closely with site teams to optimize the performance and longevity of street lighting assets.
·Lead a dedicated team of lighting professionals in executing maintenance plans effectively.
·Proven experience in street lighting management, with a focus on high-speed road networks.
·In-depth knowledge of lighting technologies, regulations, and maintenance best practices.
·Strong leadership and site management skills.
·Excellent communication and interpersonal abilities.
·Ability to work collaboratively with cross-functional teams in a site-based environment.
·Relevant degree or equivalent qualifications in electrical engineering, site management, or a related field.
·Previous experience in a similar role within the highways or infrastructure sector.
For more information please click APPLY NOW or call Luke Clifford at Carrington West on 02393876011
If you feel that you are right for this job technically, but the rate, location or seniority does not suit you specifically then please still feel free to send us your CV. We constantly recruit for jobs very similar to this one at all levels UK Wide. We are always keen to chat with you discreetly about your employment situation.
Even if you are happy in your current job for now, we always welcome calls from Highways, Traffic & Parking professionals keen to make their introductions for future months or years. Our specialist team has a combined 70+ years' experience in this market. Please call Luke at Carrington West on 02393 876011 for more information