Principal Transport Consultant

 Eastern England

Eastern England 109 The Print Rooms London SE1 0LH Mattinson Partnership Principal Transport Consultant
Reference #: 18898_1557928813
Location: Eastern England
Salary: £35000 - £55000 per annum
Sector:
Type: Permanent
Posted On: 15/05/2019

My client is based in Hertfordshire, the transport team work on varied projects across several sectors and take ownership for the projects they head up. There is currently a number of positions available for Senior to Associate level Transport Planners who may be looking to escape the business of London and work in a more relaxed environment where work-life balance is key and hours can be flexible.

As an experienced Transport Planner your responsibilities at EAS may include:

  • Preparing Transport Assessments, Travel Plans, and other technical reports to an excellent standard
  • Liaising with and attending client, team and local authority meetings
  • Undertaking transport capacity modelling using industry standard software: ARCADY, PICADY and LinSig
  • Work on written representations and depending on grade also appearing where required at informal hearings and planning appeals
  • Preliminary highways and junction layout designs, master planning input to development layouts considering parking, refuse and servicing.
 
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