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Transport Planning & Data Manager - CMB1061e

Employer
Cumberland Council
Location
Cumbria
Salary
£62,273 - £65,017
Closing date
16 Jun 2024

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Cumberland Council is a dynamic and forward-thinking authority dedicated to enhancing public services, shaping a better future for our communities. Committed to fostering a thriving community, we aspire to develop and maintain excellent services that prioritise the health and well-being of our residents.

Nestled in the heart of a stunning landscape, Cumberland stands as a testament to a picturesque environment that enhances the quality of life for its residents. At the core of our vision is a commitment to people – both within our vibrant communities and among our dedicated staff. Health and well-being are integral to everything we do, underscoring every initiative and ensuring unparalleled support for all residents.

Embark on the journey to a vibrant future with us, where impactful service delivery and active community engagement unfold against the stunning canvas of Cumberland's breathtaking scenery. Together, let's shape a community that's as dynamic and inclusive as our landscape. Be a part of the transformation! #WeAreCumberland

About this opportunity

Are you passionate about Transport Planning?

This is a key post within the Infrastructure Planning and Transport Service. The Infrastructure Planning and Transport Service is responsible for the Council’s engagement in all major projects and strategic transport infrastructure schemes to support delivery of the Council Plan and Local Transport Plan.

The post holder will support the Senior Manager to achieve an integrated approach to transport planning to plan and enable delivery of infrastructure to unlock sustainable development and support economic growth within Cumberland.

The post holder will lead, motivate, and direct the Infrastructure Planning and Active Travel teams to fulfil the Council’s strategic and transport planning function and develop, prioritise, and advise on planning obligations and economic opportunities that contribute to improving the economy of Cumberland and align with the priorities in the Cumberland Council Plan.

The post holder will also act as a lead Council officer on multi-partner project boards delivering major transport infrastructure, economic development, housing, or other Place based interventions ensuring the Council’s objectives are met.

For an informal discussion please contact Graeme Innes, Senior Manager – Infrastructure Planning and Transport, at graeme.innes@cumberland.gov.uk

To apply please click the Apply Now link below.

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