Assistant Traffic Officer
Location West London
Pay rate: £18.80 per hour
Reports to: Principal Traffic Officer

Wanted an Assistant Traffic Officer to implement traffic, transportation, and kerbside projects to ensure the services the Council and Department objectives and responsibilities are met.

To implement integrated transport and traffic schemes to achieve traffic and casualty reduction targets and objectives. Support and fulfil the divisions and teams statutory Traffic and Network Management responsibilities.


  • To design, and t implement, traffic, transport and kerbside projects.
  • To arrange, carry out and analyse the results of all necessary investigations, surveys, feasibility studies and research relevant to departments work.
  • To maintain control of the resources allocated to schemes/projects and ensure the proper supervision and management of such schemes/projects.
  • Respond to inquiries from members of the public, Councillors, stake holders, and other departments and to take appropriate action.
  • Draft reports for review under the guidance of Senior or Principal Officers and support officers in attendance at Committees, Sub-Committees of the Council as required.
  • Keep abreast of technical developments to ensure compliance with statutory
  • Follow council procedures and process on best practice and apply relevant Project and Quality Management frameworks relevant to the work.
  • Participate in a culture of innovation, knowledge sharing and best practice across services and contribute to opportunities for innovation, pilot schemes trials and research.
  • Assist the Team in promoting wellbeing and inclusion.
  • To support engagement and consultation on schemes


  • Experience within or demonstrate an understanding of the Transport and Highways industry
  • Demonstrate an understanding of the policy context and regulatory framework for fulfilling the Traffic Management functions.
  • Ability to support the commissioning of projects from initiation to completion
  • Ability to commission, analyse and monitor traffic and casualty data and trends, and support the delivery of projects to achieve casualty and congestion reduction and better cycling and walking.
  • Ability to manage deliverables and the parameters of cost, scope quality and priority.
  • Ability to communicate both orally and in writing in a balanced, clear, and authoritative way to stakeholders at all levels.
  • Ability to use and understand the potential for information technology in service delivery and in managing complex databases.
  • A degree in Transport or Traffic related discipline or demonstrable equivalent experience.
  • You will demonstrate a commitment to a career in Transport or Highways and a commitment towards achieving accreditation with a relevant professional body

Do you have the skills and experience required for this role?  Are you available and looking for a new challenge?  Submit your CV now for immediate review.  Interviews to take place as soon as possible.