|Job Title:||Site Access Delivery Manager|
|Salary:||Competitive daily rate|
|Contact Name:||Tommy Clifford|
|Job Published:||about 1 year ago|
- Identify sites where access rights are insufficient and/or where physical access arrangements differ from our legal rights.
- Negotiate directly with our Landlords and Landlord's Agents to improve site access rights and arrangements.
- Liaise directly with our Landlords and Landlord's Agents to enforce our legal rights
- Interface with and coordinate the businesses internal teams, Operational Suppliers and Third-Party Vendors to identify and resolve reactive site access issues and access failures
- Preparing ad hoc business case for spending on Site Specific Improvements. Site Access improvements (new track, new gate) help unblock any non 24/7 site access sites and allow them to meet ESN's strict emergency access requirement of 2 hours. The improvements can also help with the deployment of power resilience work e.g. Tow to Site or Fixed generators.
- Support the development of strategies for improving site access arrangements.
- Review the legal agreement in place for the telecommunications site with the purpose of identifying, understanding and recording the existing legal rights of access with focus on the site access arrangements.
- Manage and coordinate the businesses internal teams, Managed Service Providers and/or 3rd Party Suppliers to identify solutions to secure continued occupation and/or extended or replacement site coverage for sites identified as "At Risk" (including sites under Landlord Notice to Quit and equipment moves).
- Providing a single contact point within the business to help speed up the process of upgrading key ESN sites with LTE technologies.
- Prioritising ESN within the NTQ project is crucial for continuous LTE coverage. This will become more apparent after the ESN launch date. The option of looking at alternative sites and using the EE unilateral NTQ budget (e.g. EE only temp sites) needs to be considered in certain circumstances.
- Supports the transition group managers and senior management at EE of the impact of NTQ sites on the ESN project.
- Providing property support to customers in the deployment and future maintenance of power and Transmission resilience.
- Responsible for reading leases and the correct interpretation of legal rights of access.
- Responsible for reading, assessing and improving the site access details on Sitenet.
- Coordination and interfacing with internal teams and Third-Party Suppliers
- Provide a monthly update to the External Service Board to members of the senior ESN team at EE.
- improve the ESN MSA1% especially in the top 10 ESN counties and reduce the amount of red Unique and Hub sites constant cycle of green to red and red to green, resolving various issues uncovered as part of the site access improvement. (MSA1 - Coverage Capability KPI; 3rd party produces the report as part of Ryder Plus).
- Assist with the development of negotiation guidelines and communications with Landlords to improve & document site access arrangements and legal rights.
- Undertake negotiations with Landlords to understand access issues & secure improved site access arrangements and legal rights.
- Prioritise workload to improve access processes and rights on the priority Golden, Hub & Unique sites
- Amend standard letter templates to create site-specific communications to landlords.
- Assessing, seeking approval for and documenting any financial settlements required to achieve access improvements
- Responsible for coordination within the site access team and with vendor to ensure access processes are recorded accurately and correctly maintained in the relevant databases
- Report on progress, successes and failures in an appropriate manner.
- Be proactive with recommending changes to process or guidelines to achieve success.
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