Associate Transport Planner

Location Birmingham
Discipline: Traffic, Transport & Highways
Job type: Permanent
Salary: £60000 - £70000 per annum
Contact name: Anna Walker

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Job ref: BBBH1904_1710754166
Published: about 1 month ago

Associate Transport Planner
Longbridge, Birmingham
Salary: £60,000 - £70,000

Due to their expanding workload, our clients are looking to appoint an Associate Transport Planner to establish and develop a new Traffic and transportation team. There will be amazing opportunities to lead your own projects, as well as work collaboratively with the Derby office.

As an Associate Transport Planner, you will be involved in a variety of projects for a range of private-sector clients. You will use your technical knowledge and liaise with Local Planning/ Highway Authorities, Highways England and Planning consultants.

Benefits include:

  • Competitive salary up to £70,000

  • Flexible holiday allowance of 25 days plus bank holidays

  • Buy additional holiday

  • Paid training courses and ICE training schemes

  • Pension scheme and Sick pay

  • Payment of professional fees and memberships

  • Long service awards and staff appraisals 2 times a year

  • Company-funded team activities

Ideally, you would be chartered, or working towards it. You must have a high level of technical competence, including advanced knowledge of transport software packages such as Junctions 9 (arcady/picady), LinSig, TRICS, TEMPro/NTEM.

If this is something you would be interested in, apply now! Alternatively feel free to call me.
Anna Walker

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Candidates must be eligible to live and work in the UK.

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