Want to be part of a thriving team that is supporting some of the biggest and most exciting developments in the country? If so, we’d love to hear from you!
We’re based in Dublin, just a stone’s throw away from the Tolka river. With a collaborative team of over 80 professionals spanning various disciplines, our exciting portfolio encompasses a wide spectrum of medium- to large-scale projects across diverse sectors including commercial, residential, retail, and education.
About the Role
You’ll be responsible for planning and managing the execution of traffic and transportation work as part of our busy development engineering team and you’ll be advising on any traffic and transportation-related matters. This will include the assessment of various development projects including medium and large-scale residential and mixed-use development, urban renewal, business and industrial parks, schools, offices, retail development, and infrastructure schemes in both urban and rural settings.
The role will include transport feasibility studies, traffic and transportation impact assessments, road and active travel appraisals, junction and road capacity assessments, parking and cycle assessments, sustainable travel planning, traffic forecasting, construction traffic management planning, public realm improvements and providing traffic and transportation-related consultancy generally.
You’ll have excellent communication skills, both written and verbal, and you will preparate technical reports to a high standard. You’ll ideally have a minimum of a Level 8 qualification in Civil or Transportation Engineering or a related discipline from a recognised third level institution, along with at least five years’ experience in the field of traffic and transportation consultancy. You will also be fully conversant with industry standard traffic modelling software including LinSig, TRANSYST, Arcady, Picady, Oscady and have sufficient competence to advise others on the use of the software. You will also have a detailed knowledge of all applicable standards and guidelines in Ireland.
Experience in road safety assessment, DMURS compliance assessment and in advising designers on road and junction safety matters would be beneficial but is not essential.
This role not only opens the door for the right candidate to play a key role as part of a dynamic and progressive engineering team that is planning some most exciting developments in the country, it also offers the opportunity to advance their career in a relatively short period of time.
Waterman Moylan offers a competitive salary commensurate with experience and ability, in addition to a benefits package which includes a basic annual leave allowance of 24 days, employer pension scheme, health insurance, permanent health insurance, life insurance, professional association membership fees and CPD fund, among other benefits.
To apply, please send your CV and a covering letter explaining why you’d be a great fit for our team to firstname.lastname@example.org, or complete and submit the form below.
All applications will be treated in confidence. Waterman Moylan is an equal opportunities employer and values diversity.