Asset Information Technical Officer

Posted 15 June 2022
SalaryUp to £150 per day
Job type Temporary
DisciplineProfessional & Technical
ContactMarlon Sorhaindo

Job description

Opus People Solutions on behalf of Cambridgeshire County Council are recruiting for an Asset Information Technical Officer to join their team on a temporary contract

Start Date:



6 Months

Working Location:


Working Hours:


Overall purpose of the role:

To support the management of the asset records of Public Rights of Way (PROW), the Definitive Map and Statement, Commons, Village Greens and other highway records to ensure their accuracy, so contributing effectively to the quality of life for the people of Cambridgeshire.

To provide customer-oriented services in relation to these records in order to meet needs of local communities, businesses, colleagues and elected members.

Main Responsibilities:

  • Supporting the assessment and processing of different types of applications to amend the legal asset records, including s31 landowner deposits and Definitive Map Modification Order (DMMO) and village green applications
  • Interrogation of asset records databases to provide responses to customer search request via email
  • Assisting with project work including database management and the drafting of legal orders to support casework, transport schemes and developments
  • Archiving files including arranging and taking S.31 deposits, legal orders and case work folders to the corporate archives
  • Managing the Highways Asset Information Inbox and directing enquiries to the appropriate people / area as necessary
  • Ordering equipment, keeping track of stock and other administrative tasks to ensure continuity of service
  • Reviewing and updating the service webpages to ensure currency of references/website links
  • Organise and oversee the delivery of services within the Definitive Map area in order to ensure customer focussed and cost-effective solutions
  • Communicate clearly and appropriately with different audiences
  • Liaise with colleagues across the directorate and the Council to ensure the service is delivered in the most efficient, effective and co-ordinated manner.
  • Assist, where required, with the preparation and implementation of new or updated processes or systems to ensure effective operation.
  • Provide advice to customers, colleagues and key stakeholders in relation to the expertise and activities of Asset Information in order to facilitate effective joined-up working
  • To demonstrate awareness/understanding of equal opportunities and other people's behavioural, physical, social and welfare needs.

Qualifications/Experience Needed:

  • HNC or HND BTEC, A levels or above in relevant discipline, or relevant experience in asset records management
  • Evidence of continued personal/professional development In relevant discipline area