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Job Title Land Access Co-ordinator
Closing Date 08-Dec-2022
Position Full Time
Business Entity Gateley Hamer
Department Gateley Hamer
Location Birmingham – United Kingdom
Job Type Experienced Hire
Description

We are… Gateley Hamer! We provide straight talking advice on utilities, land assembly, and infrastructure development.

We are a property consultancy which helps our clients to extract the most value from their development assets with specific expertise relating to CPOs, easements and wayleaves, infrastructure projects, land referencing and public inquiries.

Operating across the public and private sectors, we work with commercial and residential developers, planning professionals, local authorities and scheme promoters, providing expertise on complex, large-scale developments.

Gateley Hamer is regulated by RICS (Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors).

The Team

Our team is a growing and specialist infrastructure team with bags of ambition! We are currently a team of infrastructure specialists who are focused on supporting our clients in the delivery of major infrastructure developments across the UK.

We are currently seeking a Land Access Co-ordinator within our Infrastructure Land access team at Gateley. As a Land Access Co-ordinator, you'll be reliable, hard-working, organised, and pro-active.

Role responsibilities may include:

  • Working in a team to arrange land access for various Ecology surveys.
  • Involves communicating with various client representatives and private landowners for access and reporting purposes. This includes via email, phone calls and MS Teams meetings.
  • Working collaboratively with other teams (such as the survey scheduling and Ecology species programme leads) to help organise the Surveys.
  • Using and updating spreadsheets with survey and land access information.
  • Liaising with the GIS team to create survey maps.
  • Attending daily surveyor briefs on MS Teams to provide surveyors with land access information.
  • To be the point of contact for ecologists working in the field and to be on hand to answer their queries during the working day.

Key skills

  • Strong organisational skills and the ability to prioritise workload to meet deadlines. (Essential).
  • Strong written and verbal communication skills (Essential).
  • Strong MS Excel skills
  • Friendly and approachable persona with the confidence to engage with a variety of people (Essential).
  • Stakeholder engagement experience (preferred).
  • Knowledge of ecological surveys or an interest in the field would be advantageous but not essential.

Diversity, inclusion and Well Being.

Diversity, inclusion and well-being is an important part of Gateley's culture and values.

We recruit talented people from a diverse range of backgrounds and cultures, providing equal opportunities for all to join our team regardless of age, sex, race, disability, sexual orientation, disability, and culture.

We create an exciting and rewarding place to work that aims to fulfil everyone's potential and together to achieve personal and business goals. We offer flexible working patterns to help our staff achieve a good work/ life balance and we encourage candidates seeking flexibility in their next role to apply for any of our vacancies.

We are proud to have been recognised by The Law Society as gold standard for our Diversity and Inclusion Charter and to be Stonewall Diversity Champions.

The successful candidate will have their own workload, be able to work with minimal supervision, manage their own time and work well under pressure.

Additional Information

If you are successful in receiving an offer of a role with our company a variety of pre-employment screening checks will be completed. Our screening checks can include but are not limited to your eligibility to work, professional and academic qualifications, any criminal records, your financial stability and references from previous employers. The screening that takes place will be relevant to your role and will vary from role to role.