Senior Transport Planner / Transport Modeller in Sevenoaks, United Kingdom

Role: Senior Transport Planner
Location: Manchester
Type: Permanent
Salary: £40,000 - £45,000

Benefits: Contributory pension scheme, discretionary company bonus, Medical and Dental care, Life Insurance, 25 days holiday, flexible working policy

I am looking to place a Senior Transport Planner in a multidisciplinary engineering consultancys Manchester office, near Piccadilly Station. The firm has had a steady increase in workload and they are looking for senior members of staff who have experience of transport planning in both the public and private domain. The firm have been in operation for over 100 years and operate across the globe covering with multidisciplinary projects covering civils, structures, transportation, M+E, etc and project values in the hundreds of millions.

This role would suit someone who is ready to take a step up in terms of responsibility or someone who has already operated at a Senior level for a protracted period. More senior appointments are also available for those with the right background.

The role will feature developing and maintaining key relationships with a range of clients, ensuring development proposals for public and private schemes are suitable. You will also be responsible for Planning Appeals, Public Inquiries and generating designs for a range of new junctions and road networks and any other duties that may come up with a Transport Planning focus.

The firm use a range of software including, but not limited to, ARCADY, PICADY, LinSig, TRICS/TEMPRO, CUBE, SATURN, VISSIM, and AIMSUN. Further, knowledge of WebTAG and experience working to BIM level 2 (or higher) would be an advantage.

You will be supporting the development a team of more junior engineers, so the ability and desire to lead others is a desirable trait. Likewise, being able to manage key stakeholder relationships is a key part of this role, so a having a diverse range of interpersonal skills is highly desirable.

In return, the firm are offering a range of benefits suited to your individual circumstances, a competitive salary and the opportunity to work on a range of large-scale infrastructure projects in and around Manchester (and further afield), producing and driving real changes to your local surroundings and wider communities. For Transport Planners who have yet to achieve full membership with an appropriate body, the firm has a bespoke training programme which will support you towards MCIHT / MILT / MICE status.

Job Requirements:
  • Relevant education in Transport Planning / Transport Modelling
  • (Working towards) MCIHT / MILT / MICE
  • Experience of private and public infrastructure developments
  • Experience of Planning Appeals, Public Inquiries and Transport Assessments
  • Software: TRICS/TEMPRO, Junctions 9 (ARCADY/PICADY), LinSig3
  • Knowledge of WebTAG
  • Experience working at BIM Level 2 or above
  • Client liaison experience
  • Local Authority experience
For more information, please apply or contact Sam at Critical Project Resourcing (tel: <phone number removed> ).

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