Street Lighting Officer

Salary: £23,500 to £23,893, Grade 4. £24,294 to £25,979, Grade 5. £26,421 to £29,269, Grade 6. £29,777 to £32,076, Grade 7. £33,024 to £35,745, Grade 8. £36,648 to £39,186, Grade 9. (Career Graded 4 to 9) | Location: Normanton Depot, Altofts Road, Normanton, Wakefield, WF6 2XA |

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Street Lighting Officer

£23,500 to £23,893, Grade 4. £24,294 to £25,979, Grade 5. £26,421 to £29,269, Grade 6. £29,777 to £32,076, Grade 7. £33,024 to £35,745, Grade 8. £36,648 to £39,186, Grade 9. (Career Graded 4 to 9)

Normanton Depot, Wakefield
37 hours pw
Closing date: 3 March 2024


This post will be responsible for monitoring and enforcing the PFI contract performance standards, acting as a point of contact between the Council and the PFI contractor, ensuring that street lighting best practice is considered in discussions with the contractor, public, officers, developers and elected members. Ensure that energy submissions are timely and accurate. Evaluate requests for additional lighting in line with the Councils prioritisation model. Facilitate ongoing meetings between street lighting designers and scheme clients. Assess requests made under the Temporary Diversion Sign policy ensuring that the policy is adhered to and appropriate licence fees are levied.

Support the Council in activities required to ensure the successful conclusion of the PFI contract as we approach the expiry date.

This role will work from a mixture of Wakefield One, Depots and home.


Want to Know More?

If you would like to know more about the role, the recruitment process or working for Wakefield Council feel free to contact Anthony Finney.

Tel: 07721 020710


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Fluency Duty

This post is subject to the Fluency Duty under Part 7 of the Immigration Act 2016. The post-holder is required to demonstrate an appropriate level of fluency under the duty as detailed within the job specification for the post.



In accordance with the Council Probation Procedure this post is subject to a 6-month Probationary Period.



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