Senior Transport Planner

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Penguin Recruitment
London (South)
£37000 - £42000 per annum
27 Sep 2016
30 Oct 2016
Contract Type
Job Title: Senior Transport Planner Location: London Salary: £37,000 - £42,000 One of the UK's leading consultancies are looking to further expand their London based team in order to meet the demands of their impressive client portfolio. The position would provide a Senior Transport Planner with the opportunity to work on some of the UK's largest and most challenging transportation projects, providing highlquality, innovative solutions within transport planning. Job Specification: Management of transport projects to time, quality and budgetary standards; Provide expert technical reports for both private & public sector clientele; Work on transport models using software such as: SATURN, PARAMICS, VISSIM, CUBE & VISUM; Develop financial reports for projects; Co-ordinate with multidisciplinary teams within the organisation; Support and mentor junior staff within the team; Liaise with clientele to deliver projects and encourage repeat business. You will have 6 years' experience within Transport Planning, working within a similar role and have strong report writing skills. You will be confident supporting and mentoring junior staff, as well as having extensive project management experience. In return, you will have the opportunity to work on some of the UK's major transportation projects and significantly enhance your career within a global organisation. There will be a clear pathway to rise in seniority in the company, with extensive support offered to develop staff skill sets. If you could be interested in this opportunity and earning a starting salary of up to £42,000 - then please feel free to contact David Redfern on 01792 365 103 for a confidential chat about the role. Commutable Locations: London, Wembley, St Albans, Watford, Covent Garden, Hertfordshire, Surrey, Chessington, Enfield, Hemel Hempstead, Borehamwood, Harrow, Cromwell, Bromley, Dartford, Chigwell, Chesnut This job was originally posted as