7 months ago
Traffic Engineer: 12mth + Contracts; Manchester; Rate £Negotiable
Key Skills: Traffic Engineer, AutoCAD, TRO, Scheme Assessment and Development, Design
We are seeking a Senior Traffic Engineer to work within our clients Traffic and Transportation team providing assistance in the preparation of a number of major and prestigious, cycling and pedestrian schemes; the development of these schemes and other projects from inception through to delivery.
Duties will include:
·Organising statutory undertakers’ diversions resulting from highways schemes (obtaining quotes, organising payments to stats);
·Liaising with stats and contractors to plan, schedule works around highways works;
·Organising contractor meetings/ Record keeping stats site works;
·Checking highway drainage designs (clash detection) against proposed diversions/assisting site team when necessary;
·Organising Temporary TROs with legal, agreeing TM and diversion routes with GMRAPS manger on behalf of SMBC/stats contractors;
·Liaising with design team, checking TRO sign designs and schedules prior to contractor issue;
·Instructing legal to advertise TTROs and Permanent TROs;
·Liaison with site team, checking sign/line installations (instructing remedials if incorrect), to ensure all correct TRO signs /lines in place prior to Sealing PTROs;
·Organising mapping of TROs;
·Prepared /Submitted Section 106 applications to United Utilities for sewer connections on behalf of design teams;
·Preparing responses to public enquiries /complaints;
You will be an experienced Senior Traffic/Highways engineer qualified to HNC/Degree level in a relevant subject.
If you are interested in this vacancy please contact Mike Kelly or James Walker
We are an Equal Opportunities Employer and we positively welcome applications from all candidates regardless of age, disability, gender reassignment, marriage and civil partnership, pregnancy and maternity, race, religion or belief, sex and sexual orientation.
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