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Liaison Officer

Dalcour Maclaren

Thetford , IP24 2RL

Job Description

Do you come from a rural, farming or agricultural background?

Are you looking for a new opportunity where you can transfer these skills into a professional services career with opportunities for development and progression?

Dalcour Maclaren is an innovative and highly dynamic multi-disciplinary consultancy working on huge range of exciting and diverse projects for a growing client base within Utilities and Infrastructure – think HS2, Offshore wind farms and Nuclear Energy! We are immensely proud to be working on some of the largest infrastructure projects taking place across the UK (and beyond!) which are instrumental in shaping the future of our planet. If you want to play your part in helping the Earth become more sustainable, and to reach NetZero by 2050, you would be making the right choice by joining the team here at Dalcour Maclaren.

Due to continued success and considerable growth across the business, we are looking for a Liaison Officer to support our team based in Thetford. You will proactively engage on behalf of clients with a range of stakeholders to ensure key milestones of large scale, fast-paced utilities and infrastructure projects are met.

As a Liaison Officer you will:
- Proactively engage with landowners to secure the consents required.
- Keep the client up to date and advise them on practical matters affecting land.
- Maintain accurate stakeholder records tracking progress and provide clear and concise records of condition.
- Work in line with client-set timeframes and targets to ensure the timely delivery of the programme.
- Complete land referencing, including finding owners and occupiers of land.
- Assist the team and settle compensation claims.

The successful candidate will:
- Be an excellent communicator with the willingness to learn and develop.
- Have good knowledge of agriculture and rural affairs.
- Be self-motivated and organised.
- Be a great team player and have a can-do attitude.
- Have a full UK driving licence.


£23,000 - £28,000 depending on experience


37.5 per week (Monday to Friday)

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