Agricultural Liaison Officers

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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