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Council on recruitment drive

 
Created on 01/05/2018 @ 10:51
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Powys County Council is looking to strengthen its engineering services with the appointment of additional civil engineers and technicians, as well as 20 positions for its highways, ground and street scene workforce.

The council’s engineering design service is recruiting up to nine engineers comprising civil engineers and engineering technicians to work on a wide-range of improvements for roads, bridges, schools and other infrastructure projects.

The local authority is also looking to increase it highway, grounds and street scene workforce with an additional 20 post being created across the county.

Cabinet member for Highways, Councillor Phyl Davies said: “The council is investing a great deal of money in the county’s infrastructure and needs to fill a range of specialist positions across the county to help deliver new schemes.”

“We are looking to fill positions including senior engineers, civil engineers and senior engineering technicians and engineering technicians to work on a number of exciting projects in the county. The cabinet is investing a considerable amount of money in roads, bridges, schools and housing, investment that will boost employment and strengthen the local economy.”

Details about the positions can be found at http://www.powys.gov.uk/en/jobs-training/


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