A career with Calibro

Senior Transport Consultant

Hopefully you like what you’ve seen about our culture and the way we approach our work with excitement and enthusiasm. If you’re missing this in your current place of employment and want to deliver work you can be proud of, we’d love to talk to you as we have a great opportunity to join our successful Transport Planning team in our Bristol office.

Headed up by Stuart Choak, the team is definitely ‘punching above its weight’; they’re working with almost all PLC housebuilders in the country, with several strategic-level projects comprising over 1,000 dwellings and typical projects being in the 200-600 unit range.

However, the team is proud to have a blend of projects that ensures we are not only able to mentor more junior colleagues and provide them with much needed experience in project management, but that we maintain our ability to find solutions through our analytical approaches which can often avoid potentially costly mitigation.

The team of six has done an amazing job of servicing our existing and new clients, and their successes mean we are now looking for two new amazing individuals to help us take that next step.

What you’ll need to succeed

We’re looking for the best. Our mission and our vision for what we want the business to stand for, means that really want to speak to you if you are either already at the top of your game or want to get there.

In this respect, we’d love you to have a HNC or degree in Transport Planning, Geography, or Mathematics but it’s not essential, as long as you have industry experience. In fact, we’ll even provide all the support you’ll need to gain a formal qualification if you don’t already have one.

You should be experienced in supporting a wider team in the analysis of transport impacts, including the identification of suitable trip generation rates using TRICS and have an understanding of different distribution and assignment techniques.  We would also like you to have experience of using ARCADY and PICADY, and perhaps LINSIG. You are also likely to have some experience in basic junction design (or understanding of the basic elements of the desgin process) and have provided input to written reports.

Above all else, personality is king in our business. We want you to be a confident and self-motivated individual with strong interpersonal and communication skills.

What you’ll get in return

Take a look around our culture page to understand the value we place on our people and how we help them to achieve their full potential with clear, structured mentoring, investment and feedback – its an approach founded on the principles of ‘partnership’.

It goes without saying that we always ensure we offer our people a competitive salary – not just to attract you to the business but also to recognise your on-going contribution and capabilities.

We also provide a great pension scheme, a discretionary twice yearly bonus , and various perks and wellbeing initiatives to ensure you are properly looked after during your time with us. Take a look at our ‘22 for You‘ scheme which we are particularly proud of.

What you need to do now

If you’re excited by the prospects of working with us, use the ‘Apply Online’ feature to send us your CV together with a brief covering letter. Formal, we know, but it gives us a great idea of your technical background before we meet in person and are able to get to know each other properly.

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