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Senior Engineer/Transport Planner

Employer
Salford City Council
Location
Salford, Greater Manchester
Salary
Grade 4B, £44,428 - £47,420 per annum
Closing date
5 Mar 2024

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Sector
Traffic Management, Transport Planning
Job role
Engineer
Contract Type
Full time

Join our Infrastructure Team to support in the development of a range of transport and infrastructure projects in Salford.

The wide range of projects in our current pipeline involve improvements to walking and cycling facilities, public transport and the existing highway network in addition to innovative and sustainable transport solutions alongside maximising opportunities to deliver growth across the city. You will have the opportunity to work with people both within the council and from external organisations and will be involved in securing funding, developing an ongoing pipeline of work, guiding the direction of projects and representing Salford at a Greater Manchester level.

You will be joining our friendly and enthusiastic teams delivering projects from concept to completion.

Salford City Council will support you in any further professional progression and actively encourages continued professional development. We are looking for experienced individuals with a positive outlook who enjoy the challenge of delivering schemes from inception through to completion in accordance with current design standards and guidance.

Our values are orientated around team culture and people; creating a supportive working environment and giving you the chance to use your existing skills and develop new ones within a high-profile organisation.

Hybrid and flexible working arrangements are in place, giving teams the opportunity to work in a way that suits them, enabling individuals to balance the level of service expected with home life.  

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