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London Underground Assets mapping

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LUAR Project Manager (Greater London Authority)

initial 3 mo. contract with opportunity to apply for full 1 year contract (approx. £48K annual) 

The lack of knowledge about the ground beneath our cities creates a series of safety, economic and development issues. Funded by the Geospatial Commission, this high-profile project will develop practical processes to coordinate the way in which data about the subsurface is captured, shared, used and reused. The goal is to reduce accidents and unnecessary outages through cable strikes, as well as reducing road network disruption for Londoners through better management of subsurface data.

The Opportunity
The project manager will be responsible for delivering London's Underground Assets pilot, one of two Geospatial Commission-funded projects to create a digital map of underground assets. The LUAR pilot will conclude by 1 April 2020 and will include 6 London borough areas.
The project manager will work with key stakeholders (utilities, transport providers, local authorities) to ensure London data feeds into the national platform designed by Ordnance Survey. The project manager will be tasked with testing the key use cases for the project and demonstrating the benefits of the system. To achieve this, the manager will: manage a data modelling exercise in collaboration with OS; establish data sharing agreements; facilitate data digitisation and vectorisation; manage external consultants to conduct required research and build additional digital elements; liaise with the other pilot in Northumberland and its stakeholders to ensure continuity; and manage the data officer.
You will be part of a wider team at the GLA who also developed the successful Infrastructure Mapping Application to co-ordinate future investments in London’s infrastructure.
Please note that if the project is successful, there may be an opportunity to extend the post beyond April 2020.

The Person
With senior-level experience of managing complex projects on time and to budget, you’re likely to have a track record of working successfully with multiple stakeholders. You’ll be an excellent communicator with a strong technical background in modern, digital systems. You’ll have experience with geospatial data projects - ideally with knowledge of or interest in infrastructure asset data. 

Get in Touch
Please contact Molly Strauss ([log in to unmask]) for further information.


LUAR Data Officer  (Greater London Authority)

initial 3 mo. contract with opportunity to apply for full 1 year contract (approx. £39.5K annual) 

The lack of knowledge about the ground beneath our cities creates a series of safety, economic and development issues. Funded by the Geospatial Commission, this high-profile project will develop practical processes to coordinate the way in which data about the subsurface is captured, shared, used and reused. The goal is to reduce accidents and unnecessary outages through cable strikes, as well as reducing road network disruption for Londoners through better management of subsurface data.

The Opportunity
The LUAR data officer will support the project manager to deliver London's Underground Assets pilot, one of two Geospatial Commission-funded projects to create a digital map of underground assets. The LUAR pilot will conclude by 1 April 2020 and will include 6 London borough areas.
The officer will liaise with key asset owners (utilities, transport providers, local authorities) to ensure their data is properly prepared for integration into the national platform designed by OS. The data officer will contribute to a data modelling exercise; source and clean data; track digitisation and vectorisation processes happening in stakeholder organisations; and engage with external consultants as required to build additional digital elements.
This is a great opportunity to apply your skills as part of a wider team at the GLA (including the GIS team) who previously developed the successful Infrastructure Mapping Application to co-ordinate future investments in London’s infrastructure.
Please note that if the project is successful, there may be an opportunity to extend the post beyond April 2020.

The Person
As an expert geospatial data professional, you will bring with you experience of working with large complex datasets, creating automated processes and building up common schemas to allow diverse datasets to be combined, displayed and analysed. We are looking for experience in data cleaning and processing. Preference for those with knowledge of infrastructure asset data and modern, digital systems.

Get in Touch
Please contact Molly Strauss ([log in to unmask]) for further information.

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