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Senior Traffic Engineer - Dublin, Dublin, Jobcontax

Published 2022-09-22
Expires 2022-10-22
ID #1178170281
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Senior Traffic Engineer - Dublin, Dublin, Jobcontax
Ireland, Dublin, Dublin,
Published September 22, 2022

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Job type: Full time
Contract type: Permanent
Salary type: Monthly
Occupation: Senior traffic engineer - dublin


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Are you a Senior Traffic Engineer with 4+ years of traffic engineering design experience?   Are you interested in working in the Dublin office of a leading Irish engineering consultancy? If interested, please send your CV to [email protected] or call Karen on +353-1-7978720. Senior Traffic Engineer - Dublin Job Description Our client is a leading Irish Engineering Consultancy which works on large and prestigious projects throughout the Ireland and internationally. The project sectors include commercial, mixed use, residential, healthcare, education, retail and leisure. Prepare detailed Traffic Impact Assessments for development projects ranging in size from 50 residential units up to schemes for 1,000+ residential units, mixed developments, offices, schools, retail, and other types of development. Ability to work with architects, planners and other professional team members to prepare Mobility Management Plans, Parking Rationales, Green Travel Plans etc t support planning applications. Providing advice to design teams at master plan and planning stage on road hierarchy, road safety, street furniture, DMURS etc.  Will be required to work with civil engineering team to advise on junction improvements, capacity enhancements, public transport integration etc. This is a senior role with scope for strong career development for the right person. Requirements Minimum Level 8 degree in Civil Engineering or other transportation related degree  4 – 10 yrs experience in traffic or transportation Very strong communication, report writing and presentation skills required.  Good knowledge of standard traffic modelling software is necessary. Package Excellent salary depending on level of experience Permanent position Pension & Health & Life Assurance Schemes Professional membership fees Annual salary reviews Generous basic holiday allowance of 24 days (rising to 29 days with the accrual of loyalty days) in addition to bank holidays Fantastic training and development culture

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