Strategic Transport Project Development Officer

Location
Kingston upon Hull, East Riding of Yorkshire
Salary
£36.153 - £39.002
Posted
10 Jan 2019
Closes
03 Feb 2019
Ref
HUL/18/0836
Job role
Officer
Contract Type
Full time

Salary details: £36.153 - £39.002

Reference: HUL/18/0836

Occupational group: Transport/Traffic

Job term: Full Time

Appointment type: Permanent

Hours: 37

Division: Regeneration & Partnerships – Directorate

Closing Date: 03 February 2019

Shortlisting date: 18 February 2019

Proposed Interview Date: 11 March 2019

Place of work: 2nd Floor Earle House, Hull HU2 8JY

For an information discussion please contact Paul Robinson, Team Leader Transport Strategy & Development

Contact telephone: 01482 613055

About Hull

The city of Hull is undergoing resurgence with ongoing public and private sector investment in the city. Following a successful year as UK City of Culture, Hull City Council is continuing its multi-million pound investment in the City’s infrastructure. An increased capital programme means that we have a number of exciting opportunities available within the Highways team and you will play a key role in developing the infrastructure and delivering our aspirations for economic growth and sustainable travel. You will be part of an award-winning Major Projects and Infrastructure team that is transforming the city with its proactive approach and partnership working. Based at offices in the city centre, the Council has flexible working arrangements and is moving towards more smart and agile ways of working.

This role will lead on the identification, initiation, feasibility and development of options for strategic transport improvements across the city. You will be working with the wider team to develop comprehensive bids, ensuring that the appropriate level of appraisal has been undertaken, to secure funding to deliver the transport aspirations of the City. 

The Role

You will be able to demonstrate:

  • Experience of developing briefs, businesses cases and funding bids.
  • An ability to analyse problems and information and develop innovative solutions
  • An understanding of the wider transport context within which schemes will need to be developed.
  • Experience of designing schemes or ability to develop schemes.

Closing date Sunday 3rd February 2019

Interview date provisionally set for w/c 11th March 2019

For an informal discussion please contact:  Paul Robinson, Team Leader Transport Strategy & Development

Email: paul.robinson@hullcc.gov.uk,

Tel: 01482 613055