Agricultural Liaison Officers

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Agricultural Liaison Officers

FGP are looking for ALO’s to work on cross country construction projects as the vital site link between farmer landowners, engineers and FGP Land Agents. This is a fast moving varied job needing enthusiasm with knowledge of farming and the countryside

 

Job Description

Your role will involve:

  • Working on cross country construction projects throughout the UK on a day to day basis
  • Assessing how engineering operations might impact on an occupiers farming and suggesting ways to reduce that impact
  • Explaining to farmers how the engineering operations will affect farming so that both parties can work out ways to mitigate impact
  • Relating to commercial, forestry, residential, public areas or sports fields when encountered
  • Co-coordinating entry onto private land for surveyors and construction crews
  • Preparing Records of Condition
  • Conducting pre-entry meetings with landowners and occupiers
  • Supervising soil handling operations, land drainage installation, environmental mitigation works, fencing and boundary work
  • Supervising reinstatement work
  • Assisting all FGP departments with on site management including input into the progress of FGP in the industry within sustainability targets
  • Progress monitoring and reporting to FGP Land Agents
  • Keeping client representatives informed
  • Taking part and contributing towards FGP’s sustainability and net zero carbon goals
  • Assisting with CAT (Cable Avoidance Tool) surveys for below ground service location
  • An ALO must be adaptable to adopt or cover any site role

You must be able to demonstrate:

  • An interest in the energy and infrastructure industry and progression towards a net zero carbon target
  • An Interest in the countryside and farming
  • A willingness and enthusiasm to work for a small company with a bespoke specialist set of individuals
  • Individualism and Diversity
  • Ability to work well as an individual and as part of a team
  • You will be expected to have knowledge within and up to your education received to date
  • Professional appearance and manner
  • Kindness and considerate of the needs of colleagues and clients
  • Courteous Approach
  • Good time management
  • Good IT Skills

Benefits

Salary range £25,000 and £50,000

Depending on experience and qualifications benefits typically include

  • Discretionary Bonus commensurate with the success of the individual and the Business
  • Vehicle provided following satisfactory completion of probationary period
  • Agreed training schedule
  • Prince2 Project Management Training available
  • Weekly support from line manager
  • Private Health Care and Yearly health assessments
  • 25 days holiday per year not including Bank Holidays
  • A working culture that encourages inclusion and diversity
  • Access to highly competitive Pension Scheme
  • Access to gym and showers when office based and supportive health benefits
  • Subsidised healthy lunches
  • Parental leave benefits – up to 6months Full Pay for Paternity Leave and 12 months Full Pay for Maternity Leave

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