Network Coordinator

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General information


Egis is an international player active in the consulting, construction engineering and mobility service sectors.
We design and operate intelligent infrastructure and buildings capable of responding to the climate emergency and helping to achieve more balanced, sustainable and resilient territorial development.
With operations in 120 countries, Egis places the expertise of its 18,000 employees at the disposal of its clients and develops cutting-edge innovation accessible to all projects.
Improving people's quality of life and supporting communities in their social and economic development, whilst drastically reducing carbon emissions and achieving vital 2050 net zero targets, that's our purpose.



Position description

Job title

Network Coordinator

Contract type

Permanent contract

Business Line specific context

Egis is a leading global consulting, construction engineering and operating firm. We work hand-in-hand with our clients, across every aspect of transport, energy and the built environment to build a more balanced, sustainable and resilient world. The Egis Group has more than 50 years of experience and a team of 16,000 employees in over 100 countries around the world. Joining our Group means, above all, sharing our values as a people-first company, strongly committed to sustainability and innovation.

In the UK we're proud to be delivering some of the most iconic projects which help connect people, protect our environment and meet emission reduction targets. From motorways to tramways, nuclear power plants to smart cities, clients choose us to help them solve their most complex challenges - delivering climate-responsible growth that meets the needs of communities, industry and the planet.

Job description

We are now looking for a Network Coordinator to join us in either our Leatherhead, Dartford or South Mimms office. You will be responsible for coordinating the booking of road space on the M25 and other roads within the Area 5 network to ensure that bookings meet the information quality and time requirements of National Highways, and that opportunities to share road space are maximised.



  • Reviewing bookings in the CPS NOMS system for data accuracy and that booking information meets minimum requirements
  • Liaising with applicants to ensure that clashes are being resolved in suitable timescales
  • Transferring booking information accurately from the CPS NOMS system to NH NEMS system within appropriate timescales
  • Identifying opportunities for road space sharing and liaising with applicants to ensure the opportunities are realised
  • Processing Traffic Orders and Local Authority permits for bookings for Service Delivery activities as required
  • Obtaining agreement for depature requests from NH (for non-standard working hours) where necessary
  • Participating in weekly road space co-ordination meetings and following up actions where required
  • Developing and maintaining strong relationships with all stakeholders


  • Education to A-level grade C or above in a technical subject, or with equivalent experience in similar roles
  • Experience of working in a multi-stakeholder environment
  • Highly organised and able to handle many ongoing priorities without impact on outputs
  • Experience of working in highways desirable but not essential
  • Methodical and output focussed
  • Able to demonstrate the CPS Values and Behaviours, One Team, Trust, Customer Focus, Respect and Excellence
  • Flexible and adaptable, responding dynamically to a changing 24/7 operational environment
  • Able to manage complex issues and communicate these effectively
  • Able to build and maintain excellent working relationships both within own organisation and with external parties.
  • Resilient under pressure and in the face of change
  • Strong drive and proven delivery record
  • Self awareness
  • Dynamic approach, seeking continuous improvement and further opportunities



We are committed to our planet

In each project we design, engineer and operate we care deeply about the legacy we’re leaving behind. As part of our team, you’ll have a unique opportunity to use your skills and expertise to shape a better future for our communities in the UK, and all around the globe.

Our commitment is translated in the work carried out by our Egis Foundation, which funds concrete actions to address the climate crisis and is focused on educational and social initiatives that will help in the responsible and sustainable shift towards a sustainable world.


Equality, Diversity & Inclusion

We are an Equal Opportunities employer, and we strive to build a workforce that truly reflects the communities we represent. We welcome candidates from all backgrounds, regardless of age, disability, gender, gender identity, gender expression, race, religion or belief, sexual orientation, socioeconomic background, and any other protected characteristic. If you decide to apply for an opportunity with us, your application will be assessed based purely on your experience, the essential and desirable criteria, and your suitability for the role. We value each and every one’s contribution as this builds our culture and means that if you work with us, you will be included, listened to, and respected.

Position location

Job location

Europe, United Kingdom


South Mimms

Candidate criteria

Minimum level of education required

0-Without graduation

Minimum level of experience required