Transport Modeller

£30 - £40k
4 Jul 2012

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This is a chance to play a vital role in planning London’s transport of the future. You’ll be joining an entrepreneurial organisation with an international reputation for innovation, adding some unique experience to your CV and growing both personally and professionally.

About us

A rich heritage. A strong commercial focus. An iconic brand. They all add up to make Transport for London a unique public service – and a great place to develop your career.

The role

You’ll be part of a flexible pool of modellers and planners running LTS, LoRDM, Railplan and various Highway Assignment models in our strategic modelling team. Key tasks will include developing enhancements, preparing test specifications, running the models and interpreting results to inform decision making. Additionally, you’ll provide analysis for the Mayor’s Strategies, policies and projects and other initiatives, identify future improvements and contribute to briefings and reports.

What you’ll need

Qualified by degree or equivalent experience, you’ll have experience of undertaking transport policy related analyses, applying transport modelling techniques to transport issues and analysing personal travel survey data. This will have helped you develop a good knowledge of demand or assignment transport modelling software packages such as 4 stage strategic demand models, EMME and Saturn, and you will have some experience in use of GIS packages. Your excellent communication, relationship-building and problem-solving skills will be complemented by your conceptual thinking ability and flexible approach.

Excellent benefits include:

• 30 days holiday plus public and bank holidays
• Final salary pension scheme
• Free Tube travel and travel concessions including discounted Eurostar travel
• Private medical benefit

Closing date: Wednesday 4th July 2012

We aspire to be as diverse as the city we serve; we welcome applications from all sections of the community.
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