Protocol are pleased to present a rare opportunity for an experienced Transport Planning Technician to advance in their career and earn extra income as an assessor for a college in Nottinghamshire, who are well known as specialists in the industries in which they work, with very strong industry links – ensuring learners are continually studying towards a truly employable career.
This is the ideal role for an individual who is already employed in a transport planning department and who is looking to expand their abilities and earn alongside their current duties. The college require a transport co-ordinator or planning officer for 1-2 days per week (or 1 day if job share) to support their learners around the country to complete their level 3 Transport Planning vocational qualifications. The college are happy to discuss working pattern and rates with the right candidate and they are looking to interview candidates as soon as possible, so don’t hesitate to apply today! This contract will run for a minimum of 2 years.
The ideal person for this role will be able to support the delivery of the following criteria as part of the course:
1. The policy, legal and regulatory context within which transport planners work. 2. The collection and analysis of data, including new data obtained through transport and traffic fieldwork. 3. Transport and traffic models, forecasting. 4. The assessment of transport and traffic policies, plans and projects conforming with formal requirements, 5. Techniques for, and interpretation of, stakeholder and public engagement, 6. How to work effectively and contribute to transport planning by the correct use of resources and time. 7. how to communicate effectively, in a range of contexts including presentation of data, written reports and oral communication. 8. the corporate policies of the organisations with which they work as well the code of conduct of the relevant professional body. 9. safe working practices and how to comply with them. 10. Their own contribution to sustainable development, including economic, environmental and social well-being and have an understanding of sustainability and environmental policies and their impact on transport planning. 11. sources of and approaches to Continuing Professional Development (CPD).
- To travel as needed to students in their workplaces (primarily in Manchester and London) 1 or 2 days per week
- To provide training and to assess against the competencies defined within the Level 3 transport planning qualification. (https://www.instituteforapprenticeships.org/apprenticeship-standards/transport-planning-technician/)
- To deliver first hand industry knowledge to students embarking on their career in transport planning.
The person & qualifications
- Strong work experience in the transportation planning setting.
- A teaching or assessing qualification would be beneficial but not mandatory.
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