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Saughton House, Broomhouse Drive, Edinburgh , Eh11 3xd
£35,196 - £40,246 per year
Contract Type:
Position Type:
Full Time
37 hours per week
Work From Home:

The SRWC is currently seeking to recruit two Compliance Officers to join his team in Edinburgh.

This is an exciting opportunity for an enthusiastic, self-motivated individual to work in a fast paced environment with a growing, progressive organisation.

As a Compliance Officer your key functions will include:

• Collection, analysis and interpretation of information from a wide range of sources;

• Critical analysis of external organisations’ processes and procedures;

• Observation/assessment of road works sites and associated reinstatements;

• Preparation of compliance reports;

An essential part of this role is site visits, involving travel throughout Scotland. A driving licence is therefore required as many locations are beyond public transport and you will be expected to drive to these locations. The post holder will be required to work both as part of a team, and also independently, with delegated responsibility for managing and delivering elements of the work within a framework. Elements of the role will also require a proportion of lone working.

The SRWC offers competitive pension and benefits and operates flexible working arrangements.

As a Compliance Officer you will provide support to the Scottish Road Works Commissioner, encompassing a variety of tasks which require excellent communication skills, to be able to work effectively in a team and demonstrate integrity. The main duties of the post are:

1. Collection of technical information relating to road works and associated reinstatements.

2. Assessment of live and completed road works sites to confirm compliance (or otherwise) with relevant road works legislation and codes of practice.

3. Analyse information from third party works management systems.

4. Interrogation (and analysis of information from) the Scottish Road Works Register.

5. Review and assessment of third party documentation.

6. Analysis of information from various sources to identify trends, patterns etc.

7. Present/share information in an appropriate format (including the preparation of reports) with colleagues/the Commissioner to support decision making.

8. Promoting compliance with relevant road works legislation and codes of practice.

9. Preparation and issue of Compliance Notices, on behalf of the Commissioner.

10. Reviewing and updating status of Compliance Notices throughout their lifecycle.

11. Working with colleagues to support issue of Commissioner penalties.

12. Enter premises to select and collect third party documentation

13. Attending court and giving evidence in cases related to road works compliance (when required).

14. Undertaking any other reasonable duties as required by the Commissioner