Transport Planner

Posted 30 April 2023
Salary £33k - 42k per year
LocationGreater London
Job type Permanent - Full Time
Discipline Highways, Transport & Infrastructure
Contact NameNatasha Jones

Job description

Would you like the opportunity to work for an employee owned business that respects a healthy work/life balance and understands the important of supporting each other to achieve the company shared vision?
My client is currently looking for a highly motivated Transport Planner to join the Transport Team within their London Office.
Ideal experience would include:
·Established Transport planner or Senior Transport planner;
·Ideally in a development-focussed role;
·Responsible for preparation of Transport Statements, Transport Assessments, EIA Chapters, Travel Plans, other ancillary supporting documents;
·Good knowledge of transport planning policies;
·Knowledge and application of MfS and DMRB standards;
·Competency in ARCADY and PICADY software. Knowledge of the LinSig software would also be beneficial but not crucial;
·Ability to use CAD and Autotrack;
·Excellent written communication;
·Technical experience, including proficiency with relevant industry software e.g. TRICS, TEMPRO, etc.
·Attending and contributing to design team and client meetings;
·Competency in Excel and the preparation of traffic flow diagrams.
Company benefits:
·Based in the London Office + opportunity for some working from home.
·Salary to be reviewed in July annually. (Dependant on individual and company performance)
·Basic working week of 37.5 hours (flexible start/finish times).
·Paid overtime for hours in excess of 37.5 per week or time off in lieu (where required and subject to approval).
·Bonuses - my client are employee owned through an Employee Ownership Trust, the EOT can pay a limited tax-free bonus after 12 months continual service (the EOT element of bonuses are based purely on length of service and salary), we almost always pay one at Christmas and this year paid one in July, but these are discretionary and subject to company and individual performance.
·Auto enrolment (after successful completion of 3 months' probation) into a Group Personal Pension scheme with Scottish Widows into which the employer pays 5% of all earnings (basic + overtime + bonuses) and employees must pay at least 3% gross.
·25 days leave per year plus statutory public holidays, increasing to 26 days after 2 years continual service.
·Salary sacrifice cycle to work scheme.
·Membership of You At Work benefits scheme with discounts on gym membership, retail purchases, insurance etc and access to financial advice and private GP appointments online or over the phone.
·Interest-free annual travel season ticket loan.
·Professional subscription paid e.g. ICE.
·Commitment to continued learning and development.
·2-3 fully paid for company-wide social events