Senior Traffic Engineer

 Eastern England

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Eastern England 109 The Print Rooms London SE1 0LH Mattinson Partnership Senior Traffic Engineer
Reference #: 17958_1533574837
Location: Eastern England
Salary: £35000 - £45000 per annum
Sector: Traffic & Transport
Type: Permanent
Posted On: 06/08/2018

My client is one of the largest consultancies in the UK. They are looking for a Traffic Engineer who is self motviated and dynamic to work on both domestic and international projects. You must be looking to work flexibly to support the wider business, that will intern give you the opentions to work on projects in European, Middle East, India and Africa.

  • Health & Safety duties that would include ensuring a safe and consistent working environment for team members and fulfilling all responsibilities for safety, health and environm
  • The design and assessment of a range of traffic engineering and local transport schemes, including preparation of design drawings, reports and technical notes.
  • Ensure the technical content and quality of all outputs are in line with the project brief, design regulations and standards, approving the work of others.
  • Upto date on current standard methodology, techniques and innovation.
  • A successful track record in the detailed design stages and delivery of a portfolio of traffic engineering and local transport schemes.
  • 3D Design
  • Urban Design/Streetscape,
  • Project Management qualifications
  • Highways asset management and maintenance,
  • CSCS Card holder

 
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