Your work directly impacts on the Environment, Transport and Infrastructure directorate whose purpose is to enable safe, reliable journeys and sustainable, prosperous places now and in the future.
You will be part of the Transport Studies Survey Team, whose core aim is to accurately and diligently collect pedestrian, cyclist and vehicle movement data which provides insight and allows for evidence led improvements through the teams transport modelling.
Your role will involve completing traffic surveys as instructed by the Survey Supervisor. This is often working in teams to conduct manual classified vehicle turning counts, pedestrian counts, queue length surveys and on occasion journey time, interview and origin-destination surveys from the roadside. The results our team produce has provided evidence for the Walton Bridge Scheme which saw the new bridge open in 2013 with monitoring on-going, and the new Runnymede roundabout also continues to require monitoring for analysis of its performance to name just a few.
Successful candidates will need to clearly demonstrate the following skills:
- Excellent time management
- Accuracy in recording information
- Attention for detail
- Use of initiative
- Honest and reliable
- Excellent written and oral communication
- Good teamwork
- Helpful and friendly
The hours of work vary according to the type of work and the requirements of each individual survey. Most Surveys involve early starts and/or late finishes, typically between the hours of 7am and 7pm. So availability to meet the required hours is a necessity.
Surveys are required across the entire county so a driving license and access to a vehicle is preferable. Expenses incurred through mileage and parking for surveys can be reclaimed using Surrey County Councils mileage expense form and claim rate.
For more information please find attached to the bottom of this advert a full job profile.
For an informal discussion contact Kristian Willcox on 01932 794546 or by e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org. I look forward to receiving your application.
The job advert closes at 23:59 on Sunday 01/03/2020.
Interviews will take place between Monday 10/02/2020 and Friday 13/03/2020.
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