Liaison Officer - HS2 - Birmingham

This opportunity is for a sociable and engaging person looking to work on a major project such as HS2. Your role of a Liaison Officer will be to consultant with local landowners and be the line of communication between the effected stakeholders such as landowners. Experience in agricultural projects would be of preference.

The correct applicant that will be considered for this role must be capable;

  • Speak to landowner and other stakeholders affected by HS2 and ensure access to land for early stage works.
  • Involved in day to day engagement with land owners and property owners to ensure their
  • Previous experience in construction industry is desirable.
  • An understanding of rural living and what issues these stakeholders could face.

This opportunity comes with a competitive salary of up to £30K plus benefits.

Applicants must be eligible to live and work in the UK to apply for this position and will be required to provide the appropriate original evidence. Throughout the business, CarmichaelUK promotes a culture where diversity is welcomed and celebrated. We place paramount importance on our inclusive recruitment philosophy and will do our very best to support those applicants who may need adjustments in order to take part in the recruitment process. Please do let us know if you require any additional assistance by calling us on 020 8522 8888 and we will be pleased to help where possible. For the purposes of the Conduct Regulations 2003, when advertising permanent vacancies we are acting as an Employment Agency, and when advertising temporary/contract vacancies we are acting as an Employment Business. To view similar positions at various locations throughout the UK visit our website.

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