Senior Transport Planner

  • Full Time
  • Swindon

Senior Transport Planner


Since our client was formed in 1985, they have built their reputation on results. A comprehensive range of development planning services is provided to a wide client list, including many of the UK’s leading house builders, land developers, commercial and retail businesses, educational establishments, leisure operators, energy companies, government agencies and local authorities, as well as to private individuals.

What the job entails:

-Working as part of a team delivering high quality transport planning, modelling and technical reports

-Providing advice and support to junior staff

-Planning own fleet and dedicated sub-contracted fleet around a home and store delivery network using the Paragon Planning system.

-Build economical transport loads for the network from a trunking and delivery perspective

-Assist in negotiating rates with both customers and transport providers

-Focus on providing efficiency’s within the transport network, in order to maximise profits

Essential Requirements:

-Minimum 3 years’ experience in the preparation of TA’s, TS’s

-Should have the use of junction modelling software (including Junctions 9, LinSig, TRICS, TEMPro/NTEM for development projects in the UK

-Must be able to interpret transport data and have working knowledge of design standards (DMRB, MfS etc.)

-Must have the ability to work with minimum supervision

-Must have a working knowledge of environmental issues relating to transport

-Good communication skills (verbal and written) in English

-Degree (2:1) in a related subject

-Be working towards Chartered Status (ICE or CIWEM)


-Competitive salary

-Flexible start and finish times

-Working from home is an option for the right candidate and typically post any probation period

-Many more benefits included

The salary for this role is £30,000 to £38,000 per annum dependant on experience with excellent benefit programmes available.

Commutable from: Chippenham, Reading, Basingstoke and Slough.