My clients are a specialist consultancy in transport planning with a vision to deliver a valuable and lasting contribution to society through the way people connect, move and interact. Through bespoke solutions, they enable development to be brought forward positively and sustainably, simultaneously optimising commercial value and placemaking to make projects a success. My clients are looking for a Graduate Transport Planner to join them in their office in London The Role: The primary function of a Graduate Transport Planner is to assist colleagues in the delivery of a wide range of projects for various clients across the UK. To do this they would train each new staff member of the key pieces of software and the methods of analysis used within the transport planning field. They then create an evidence base using this analysis to assist in supporting development proposals by presenting that information in the format best suited to the audience whether that be a technical report, spreadsheet, presentation or graphic. About You They are looking for graduates who: 1. Have a degree level qualification 2. Have a genuine interest in developing a career within Transportation Planning and development planning 3. Are willing to learn 4. Proficient with written work and understands the ‘audience’ 5. Proficient with quantitative analysis 6. Have strong social skills and can communicate effectively My clients pride themselves on being a company focused on our staff and trying to create a culture which is beneficial to their staff and their clients. The Best Bits As part of the role, they offer a completive salary along with the following package: 1. Monthly team social activities such as escape rooms, 20/20 cricket, bowling & karaoke, summer party, Christmas party, pub quiz, mini golf etc. 2. Annual company trip to destinations such as Barcelona, Valencia or Berlin 3. Business development opportunities such as Surf Day, Cycling Events, Entertainment events such as Cirque du Soleil and networking events such as YEP (Young Entrepreneurs in Property), FFT (Forum for Tomorrow), BCO NextGen, RTPI Young Planners, Women in Property. 4. Companywide training course for transport planning staff to learn the discipline 5. Formal training and mentoring to encourage staff to become chartered (if desired) 6. 25 days annual leave plus bank holidays 7. Flexible working hours 8. Flexible leave (opportunity to work additional hours to take time off on another date) 9. Paid overtime 10. 5% pension contribution with the option to make additional payments via salary sacrifice 11. Discretionary annual bonus 12. BUPA private medical insurance 13. BUPA Wellbeing 14. Group life assurance 15. Permanent health insurance 16. Travel insurance 17. Employee assistance programme If you are a graduate looking for a first step into the world of transport planning for development purposes in a sociable and fun environment please send your CV today
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