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  • vm-36738994
  • Civil Engineering
  • 25/04/2024
  • 23/05/2024
  • 32000
  • 35000
  • GBP
  • Annually
  • Permanent
  • Central London

Job Details

Assistant Transport Planner


Salary: £32,000 - £35,000

An independent award winning multi-disciplinary engineering consultancy are looking for an Assistant Transport Planner to join their team in London. The sectors in which they work include education, health, commercial, residential, leisure, regeneration and master planning, and they work both in the UK and internationally.

They are looking for an Assistant Transport Planner with 1 – 2  years’ experience in Transport Planning to work in their busy London office.

The company is 140 people strong across the board with 80 people in their London office. The transportation team consists of 4 people with additional GIS and engineer staff who work closely together.

Perks of the opportunity!!

You will be joining a multidisciplinary engineering Practice where your career will blossom from day one. You will be surrounded by a great team of engineers with excellent mentoring support from very experienced professionals.

This consultancy offer competitive salaries, holiday and other entitlements.

They are committed to the training and personal development of their staff. They have a comprehensive training scheme fully accredited by the Institution of Civil Engineers.

There is also hybrid working on offer.


They have opportunities within their growing Highways & Transport team to contribute to the design of transport planning, transport strategies or road safety audits, among others. Working as part of a team and reporting to a senior staff member, you will work on a variety of projects. This is an excellent opportunity to work within an award winning multi-disciplinary practice focused on innovation and client delivery.

Key Skills

-          Role of Travel Planning

-          Drafting of Transport Assessments and Statements

-          Road collision data analysis

-          Awareness of Junction capacity analysis (Junctions 10 & LinSig)

-          Basic understanding of highway layouts and design (horizontal and vertical alignment)

-          Experience of using TRICS database

-          Experience of using AutoCAD and AutoTrack

-          Understanding of using Census Data to understand and analyse existing travel patterns

-          The wider planning system