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Rights of Way vacancies: access and all public rights of way related work.
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Countryside Access Maintenance Officer & Rights of Way Search Officer, Bridgend County Borough Council
North Pennines AONB Partnership
Contract Type: Fixed Term
Working Pattern: Full time
Salary: Grade 10 £29,909 - £33,136
Hours per week: 37
Applicants are sought for an 18 month temporary contract to work closely with a range of partners on the access and engagement elements of the development phase of Tees-Swale: naturally connected, our collaborative project with the Yorkshire Dales National Park Authority.
3 Year Fixed Term Contract (Subject to Funding)
Full Time-35 hours per week
Salary: Competitive plus benefits
The post holder will identify historical unrecorded bridleways, and collate digital map evidence to enable the submission of definitive map modification applications. Record such routes on an online map and database. Maintain an online library of images of documentary evidence. Create high quality applications. Provide support to volunteers to achieve compliant applications.
35 hours per week
£27,484 - £29,093 per annum
Worcestershire County Council's Public Rights of Way Team is seeking a knowledgeable, skilled and enthusiastic professional to lead on Enforcement work related to public rights of way.
The role which has a wide range of responsibilities, the key areas being to lead the public rights of way enforcement function within the Public Rights of Way Team, rsponsibility for preparation and serving of legal notices, representing the authority in court, managing complex and/or contentious cases and providing, advice, support and training across the Public Rights of Way Team.
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