Sustrans South Network Development Team – Paid Posts

We have been working with Sustrans and they have asked if we would let Disabled people know about these roles because they are keen to have a more diverse workforce and are aware that there is nothing to beat employing people with ‘lived experience’ if they are to create inclusive design solutions. 

The team is growing and recruiting to quite a few new roles at the moment. Specifically:

·         Network Development Manager

·         Senior Technical Officer

·         Senior Network Development Manager

Network Development Manager, England South

Two year fixed term contract

London, Reading or Bristol (negotiable)

37.5 hours per week – happy to talk flexible working

£27,528 per annum

Closing date: 9am on Monday 1 March 2021

Reference: SUS3119

About the role

Your role as Network development manager puts you at the centre of delivering our “Paths for Everyone” and “Liveable Towns and Cities” visions – helping us to create healthier places and happier people across the UK.

Using both skills you have and skills you’ll develop in the role, you will plan, develop and construct walking and cycling routes, working closely with project partners, key stakeholder and members of the public.

A truly varied role: one day you could be out on-site exploring options for a new route; the next you could be working collaboratively with team colleagues across the region to meaningfully engage with local communities; another day, writing compelling reports and feasibility studies for clients.

There will be regular travel for site visits and meeting colleagues, partners and clients across the South of England to places such as Bristol, Plymouth, Southampton, Guildford and Reading.

About you

We are looking for someone with direct or transferable experience of transport planning or design and of managing projects.

If you are passionate about health, sustainability or the environment and want to work somewhere you can make a big impact, then please apply today!

Interviews

Closing date for the receipt of completed applications is 9am on Monday 1 March 2021.  Interviews will take place via MS Teams on Monday 8 March 2021.

Senior Technical Officer, South England

Two year fixed term contract

London, Reading or Bristol (negotiable)

37.5 hours per week – happy to talk flexible working

£27,528 per annum

Closing date: 9am on Tuesday 2 March 2021

Reference: SUS3120

About the role

Our Senior Technical Officers plan, design and deliver accessible walking and cycling routes for everyone.

This role is at the centre of delivering our Paths for Everyone and Liveable Towns and Cities visions for healthier places and happier people across the UK.

Using both skills you have and the skills you’ll develop in the role, you will be supporting a small team to develop creative and innovative design solutions for walking and cycling infrastructure.

A truly varied role: one day you could be using GIS to develop engaging and insightful maps and analysis, the next you could be working collaboratively with team colleagues across the region to meaningfully engage with local communities; another day getting out on-site to explore options for a new route; the next writing compelling reports and feasibility studies for clients.

There will be regular travel for site visits and meeting colleagues, partners and clients across the South of England to places such as Southampton, Reading, Brighton and Kent.

About you

We are looking for someone with direct or transferable experience of GIS mapping, CAD or graphics software and designing for active travel in areas such as transport or spatial planning, design or engineering.

If you are passionate about health, sustainability or the environment and want to work somewhere you can make a big impact, then please get in touch.

Interviews

Closing date for the receipt of completed applications is 9am on Tuesday 2 March 2021.  Interviews will take place via MS Teams during the week commencing Tuesday 9 March 2021.

Senior Network Development Manager, England South

Two year fixed term contract

London, Reading or Bristol (negotiable)

37.5 hours per week – happy to talk flexible working

£31, 369 per annum

Closing date: 9am on Wednesday 3 March 2021

Reference: SUS3118

About the role

We now have an exciting opportunity to join our network development team.

Your role will put you at the centre of our “Paths for Everyone” and “Liveable Towns and Cities” programmes, with projects, focused on getting more people walking and cycling by improving the National Cycle Network and working with local communities, reshaping their streets and encouraging greater active travel.

Using both skills you have and skills you’ll develop in the role, you will manage a small team to plan, develop and construct walking and cycling routes; as well as leading on the delivery of walking and cycling routes yourself.

A truly varied role: one day you could be out on-site exploring options for a new route; another you could be working collaboratively with team colleagues across the region to meaningfully engage with local communities; the next you could be leading a team meeting; another day, putting the finishing touches to compelling reports and feasibility studies for clients.

There will be regular travel for site visits and meeting colleagues, partners and clients across the South of England to places such as Bristol, Plymouth, Southampton and Reading.

About you

We are looking for someone with direct or transferable experience of transport planning or design, and of managing people and projects.

If you are passionate about health, sustainability or the environment and want to work somewhere you can make a big impact, then please get in touch!

Interviews

Closing date for the receipt of completed applications is 9am on Wednesday 3 March 2021.  Interviews will take place via MS Teams on Wednesday 10 March 2021.

Please go to https://www.sustrans.org.uk/job-vacancies/?location=null&jobvacancyrole=null to apply.

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