Employment Details:permanent, full time standard full time hours
Yearly Salary: GBP £45000
Description: Added by Kingsley -
An established, reputable multi-discipline consultancy are seeking an Associate Transport Planner to join their Leeds team. They work across several sectors and they are looking for a Senior or Associate Transport Planner to work on Transport Assessments / Statements and Travel Plans. Experience in residential and commercial developments is essential. This is a company that values it employees and will strive to offer them great career progression, a very warm and friendly environment along with professionalism creates a great culture to work in. Our client offer some great benefits, along with career progression and promotion, so for more information please do not hesitate to get in touch.
MSc or similar in Transport Planning, Civil Engineering or related discipline
Member of CIHT, TPS (or equivalent body); chartered or working towards chartered status
Proficient in the use of industry software; ARCADY, PICADY, LINSIG, TRICS and AutoCAD
Industry Software TRACC, GIS, TRANSYT, VISSIM would be desirable ? IT literate; proficient in Microsoft Office.
Skills and Abilities:
Relevant industry experience; a working knowledge of national planning and transport policy and how it relates to the planning process, and a sound knowledge of highway design principles.
Application of design guides and best practice for transport planning and traffic engineering.
Excellent report writing skills and experience in the preparation of Transport Reports to support developments through the planning process including the preparation of evidence for Appeal Inquiry and Examinations in Public.
Travel plan formulation and delivery.
Planning conditions discharge and Section 106.
Excellent communication and interpersonal skills supported by established relationships.
Excellent time management and organisational skills, ability to meet challenging deadlines.
Proven business development skills.
Commercial awareness and ability to financially manage projects.
Try not to talk poorly about current team mates, directors or suppliers.
Do not be fearful to declare you don't know an answer.
Think of perceptive questions to express that you're curious and have thought about the opportunity.
Do not go off topic. Keep your thoughts on the things you are good at.
Take a seat, be calm, take a few minutes to set yourself ahead of going through the door.
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It may be nice to have:
Be able to provide references
Good people skills
Attention to Detail and the ability to develop your own ideas
A team player with experience of supervising a team within a similar environment