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Barnet Council - Project Manager - Electric Vehicle Workstreams

Barnet Council - Project Manager - Electric Vehicle Workstreams

  • Location

    Barnet, London

  • Sector:

    Social Care

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  • Salary:

    Up to £350 per day

  • Contact:

    Lorna Burner

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  • Published:

    about 1 month ago

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This role will require experience of leading on project management, but will also involve supporting senior managers on strategy development and also on carry out more administrative duties of reviewing requests, correspondence and complaints and responding to these in an appropriate manner. It will also involve data collection, analysis and reporting.

Duties of te role will include;

  • Following our EOI for LEVI Funding - assist in developing our comprehensive bid to justify investment in the project via the LEVI Pilot Project fund
  • Assist in the mobilisation of our Phase 1 EV Project - Liaising with our appointed contractor and their sub-contractors, UKPN, Barnet Planning Department, Re Highways projects team, Re Highways Permit Team and the funding source EST and OZEV on proposed changes in the project plan.
  • Review and develop our phase 2 project plan
  • Assist in the development of our phase 2 project OZEV grant funding bid - essentially a continuation of Phase 1, but requires initial work on identifying suitable sites (approx. 34 streets) and improving our previous bid to ensure in stands out from the crowd.
  • A review of existing arrangements and identifying improvements - currently have issues with poor performance by contractors (lamp post charge points roll out). Re Highways are currently progressing installing dedicated bays (at TMO consultation stage). New residents requests are currently backlogged. Review of energy costs and what actions are required to ensure income is covering costs etc. Currently struggling with usage data collection and reporting - is there a method that could be deployed to assist with this.
  • Review of existing charge point usage and use the data to address issues arising - big difference in usage - understanding why - research etc
  • Reviewing requests, correspondence and complaints and providing suitable response.

If you are interested in this role please send your updated CV in the first instance.