Administrator

Location

Bristol

Salary / Pay

£17.73 – £17.73 per hour + 

Full Time

Type of Employment

Temporary

 

Statement of Works Administrator, Bristol – £17.73 per hour

Our client is a well-established, award winning electrical distribution network operator who are part of the larges electricity transmission and distribution businesses in the UK.  As a national business, they pride themselves on their first class reputation for network reliability and business efficiency, receiving the Government’s Charter Mark scheme accolade every year. You can be proud to join a company who work to ensure everyone can have  clean, affordable energy, well into the future.

Their Bristol office are seeking a Statement of Works Administrator, this is a temporary role initially for 3 months, with the likelihood of being extended and the opportunity to apply for permanent roles within the business. Excellent hourly rate, holiday entitlement rising 26 days + bank holidays after 12 weeks, free onsite parking!  

Main Responsibilities: The primary areas of responsibility are Project Coordination, Data and Process Development, Communication and Stakeholder Engagement and include the following:

  • Working autonomously and where appropriate, seeking support and guidance from SoW Team Leader
  • Stay up-to-date with ECR, Queue Management, D-T interactivity, Connections Policy STs and best practices guides and how they interact with SoW
  • Help embed Whole System thinking within the business, ensuring that we are developing an efficient and coordinated energy system
  • Actively participate in regular liaison meetings with National Grid, focussing on clearly articulating issues and opportunities for development
  • Proactively investigate and resolve data issues impacting SoW and associated processes and datasets
  • Using initiative to test, review and feedback on wider business data projects and their alignment with team and business objectives
  • Take opportunities to engage with the wider business to communicate the SoW process and how it impacts the wider business
  • Creating and delivery of SoW training content to WPD employees and external stakeholders to improve understanding of process
  • Use of NG’s financial systems for raising invoice and Purchase Orders
  • Provision of adequate Cancellation Charge information to allow economical and efficient network planning and development
  • Take into consideration the impact of SoW process on customers and net zero targets
  • Flexible and able to pick up wider Whole System work focussing on the cooperation and coordination with other energy sectors.

Candidate Requirements: The successful candidate must be able to demonstrate excellent customer service skills and have the ability to communicate effectively both, verbally and in writing, and must be able to represent the company positively at all times. You must be reliable, well organised and be able to work as part of a small team and you must be able to work using your own initiative. Excellent IT skills are essential.

The successful candidate will be process driven and have a focus on data quality to enable effective management of the Statement of Works interface. They will engage with internal and external stakeholders on a regular basis, so strong communication skills are essential. Good organisation and the ability to use own initiative is required as part of this role. They will proactively identify opportunities to improve the existing process and work closely with the wider business to develop and implement new strategies.

External candidates are required to have grade A*-C/4-9 GCSE in English and Maths or Functional Skills Level 2 qualification in both subjects.