I am currently working with a consultancy who are able to offer a wide range of professional advice through all stages of a project.
These services can be provided separately as discrete packages or seamlessly as the professional team for the whole project. At all times they are totally committed to the needs of the client and take huge pride in providing a high quality service regardless of the size of scheme.
From offices in Oxfordshire and Hertfordshire, All works are throughout the UK and employing a multi-professional team of engineers, surveyors and experts in all types of construction projects. For over 40 years the firm has grown steadily and taken a wide range of clients from both public and private sectors.
An established an impressive reputation for its valuable contribution to projects at all stages, from inception to completion. Experts are available to offer comprehensive advice from initial feasibility and planning, through detailed design to construction and post-project support.
I am looking to recruit a Senior Transport Planner as soon as possible due to an increase in work load within the Transport & Highways team. This is a permanent vacancy at a Didcot office with a salary range of £40,000 – £50,000 depending on experience. We would expect to pay towards the £50,000 mark for somebody closer to/at a Senior level. You must have a minimum of 5 years’ UK based experience within a consultancy environment.
Main duties and tasks:
A Senior Transport Planner will ordinarily undertake the following tasks:
This team undertakes the following tasks:
The team is highly motivated and committed to the delivery of successful projects for our clients. This ethos has resulted in an expanding workload and the requirement for a Senior Transport Planner. A suitable candidate will enjoy their work and the challenges provided by our client
Relevant skills & experience
Remuneration and training
The company will provide a competitive salary, a contribution towards a personal pension scheme (up to 5% of salary) and professional membership fees, which are paid for one organisation.
The company contributes to regular social events, such as go-karting, theatre trips, golf, bowling etc. There is a friendly and supportive working environment, which has resulted in good morale and a low staff turnover. The company has a strong commitment to training ranging from ‘on the job training’ in new software and design techniques to training programmes for Chartered status and external short courses. The breadth of skills and experienced staff creates an excellent environment for new staff to undertake varied and rewarding tasks and expand their knowledge and skills