Principle Transport Planner

Principle Transport Planner

Dublin city centre
Planning, Engineering, Consultancy
Engineering & Electronics


Experience required:
6+ years

I’m delighted to be representing an established, independently owned, award winning Consultancy with 13 offices across the UK & Ireland. They are seeking a Principle Transport Planner to join their Dublin city centre office and manage the Transport Planning team in Project Delivery.

To be considered for interview, your skills and experience will include:

  • A 3rd Level Degree in Civil Engineering, Transport Planning or similar
  • 6+ years in Transport Planning
  • Strong computer literacy - you’ll be at ease working with industry software in particular AutoCAD,  AutoTrack, ARCADY, PICADY & Trics
  • Some leadership experience is desirable
  • Demonstrable experience in managing clients & stakeholders – excellent communication skills are paramount to this role

On successful hire, you will assume responsibility for:

  • Managing the Transport Planning team – they evaluate and plan future transport schemes, forecast demand and revenue, develop and evaluate transport policy, provide advisory services to various governmental agencies, develop business cases and analyse the relationships between spatial planning and transport
  • Producing technical reports in line with project progress
  • Compiling drawings for development planning projects
  • Client relationship Management – You be the first point of contact for many of our clients strategically important clients, you will provide high quality advice and identify solutions to their issues

To hear more about this job or to discuss your suitability, reach out to Clodagh in confidence on 01 6325040 / 083 816 7749 /  Your CV will not be sent to any third party without your permission.  

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