Salary for transport planner

Average salary


2300 £

Basic salary 300 £
Maximum Wage 4200 £
300 £
Lowest
2250 £
Average
4200 £
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The average salary for the transport planner position is 2300 £

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LYNX EMPLOYMENT SERVICES 6400 £
300 £ 6400 £
G2 RECRUITMENT SOLUTIONS 6080 £
300 £ 6400 £
RED PERSONNEL 5600 £
300 £ 6400 £
JFM ASSOCIATES 5416 £
300 £ 6400 £
TRIUMPH CONSULTANTS 5360 £
300 £ 6400 £
TRULY TAILORED RECRUITMENT 4160 £
300 £ 6400 £
VICKERSTOCK 3333 £
300 £ 6400 £
CONRAD CONSULTING 3203 £
300 £ 6400 £
GET STAFF TEMPS 3129 £
300 £ 6400 £
NJR RECRUITMENT 3000 £
300 £ 6400 £

Comment on the job position of transport planner

Benefits


  • service car
  • laptop

Requirements


  • transport Planning: 3 years
  • previous experience working in a Transport Planning related position
  • working knowledge of 5 point business cases
  • highly confident in stakeholder engagement and liaison
  • service Knowledge and Experience
  • significant experience of working in the Transport and Highways industry
  • proven knowledge and experience of the policy context and regulatory framework for Transport Strategy and/or Transport Development Management functions
  • experience of managing and supervising staff members
  • experience of financial management of budgets and costs at a project or scheme level
  • A degree in Transport Planning, Traffic engineering or related discipline
  • technical expertise and experience to deliver Transport Strategy and Transport Development Management and significant knowledge of legislation and applicable standards and codes of practice
  • professional accreditation as a Transport Planner or Engineer or demonstrate a commitment towards achieving accreditation as a Chartered Transport Planner or an equivalent standard
  • business Development
  • public Transport
  • strategy
  • stakeholder Engagement
  • preparing Business Cases
  • relevant degree or qualification in transport planning
  • ability to conduct an open and communicative approach including good written and oral communication skills
  • appropriate academic qualification, such as a degree in a relevant subject such as planning, engineering, geography, regeneration or environment science

Responsibility


  • responsible for negotiating
  • supervise and manage the work of other officers
  • prepare reports and to present those reports at Council meetings, Committees and Subcommittees of the Council as required
  • commission and carry out traffic, transport, kerbside and air quality studies including the collection, collation, analysis and reporting of data and findings
  • manage individual scheme budgets up to £500k or several smaller schemes in the region of £150k and ensure all cost, scope, quality and time constraints are achieved
  • you will act as a representative of the service on complex matters in council meetings, scrutiny committee and other public meetings and advise on council policies and technical matters related to the service
  • to input into the service and divisions business plan through forward planning the project pipeline and ensuring or supporting others to unlock relevant funding secured from developer contributions
  • to manage the divisions input into Planning and Transport Policies and to prepare developer and planning guidance, supplementary planning documents and specifications for the purpose of the Division
  • contribute to the division's consideration of strategic, regional, national or European transportation planning proposals and policies at the DETR, LPAC, SERPLAN, ALG, LGA, GLA and other bodies
  • undertake and contribute to, transport studies, projects, research and policy review, including
  • ensure compliance with relevant health and safety legislation in working practices
  • develop, review and manage sustainable transport related policies and strategies
  • assist the Infrastructure Locality Lead in the management of the team
  • defining the scope of work to be undertaken by consultants undertaking specific projects, leading on the procurement of consultants
  • briefing legal Counsel and senior managers for public inquiries and negotiations on major transport projects affecting the Borough
  • posted 22 September 2023
  • job details
  • locationMaghera
  • job type Permanent
  • disciplineTransport & Logistics

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