There has never been a more exciting time to join Balfour Beatty Vinci in the delivery of Europe's largest major infrastructure project.

What We Can Offer You:

Joining the country's largest infrastructure project there are a whole host of opportunities to develop, progress and gain experience that will last a lifetime. Our employees are at the heart of everything we do and as such, we realize they are the reason we can achieve the performance expected from our clients. In addition to a competitive base salary, we can also offer a wide range of benefits, including: ·

Company Pension scheme.

· Share Scheme opportunities.

· Competitive annual leave.

· Company car/allowance.

· Flexible Benefits.

Flexible Working.

Role Purpose: Responsible for the interface between BBV, its subplot teams, and landowners, particularly within the agricultural community.

As the ALO you will act as the primary point of contact for the landowners developing a positive relationship with them and acting as a channel for all contacts between BBV and the stakeholder.

The needs of landowners will change during the life of the project and the ALO will need to anticipate and prepare for the change in advance of it.

The role will also provide, guidance and support on agricultural and land issues for the entire Stakeholder team, areas, and design teams.

What you'll be doing:

Manage the relationship between BBV and landowners in a specific geography. Support the wider stakeholder engagement activity as part of the function and as an expert in land and agriculture.

For each of the following stakeholders be the lead contact point in the relationship, noting that the stakeholders may vary over the project's life.

For each stakeholder Ensure that landowner needs and U&As are understood by both BBV, HS2, and the landowner.

I am coordinating, facilitating, and encouraging discussions and meetings between the landowner and BBV/DJV/HS2.

Facilitating ad-hoc meetings with the landowner as necessary.

Work closely within the land acquisition and transfer process Demonstrate the BBV behaviors.

Ensure a relentless focus on Zero Harm

You'll need:

The following qualities/experience are essential:

Minimum 2 years relevant experience in land management, agriculture, or land agency demonstrating a detailed understanding of land use, agricultural planning and operations, land ownership, and rights.

Excellent communication skills.

Experience and extensive understanding of NFU and EA policies.

Understanding of the construction environment and operations with an appreciation of soil management, drainage, and reinstatement.

Experience working with a major design consultancy and major contractor.

Highly organized with good management and coordination skills

Working collaboratively in teams

The following qualities/experience are desirable:

RICS accredited degree or equivalent.

Large-scale linear project experience (e.g. rail, highway, or similar).

Experience and confidence to constructively challenge to optimize design solutions that balance project requirements, risks, and constraints

Negotiation and issue resolution skills Membership of a relevant professional body