Job Ref: 03221 Recruiter: Paul Sinnott
Country: Ireland Location: Dublin
Job Category: Civil Engineering, Salary Range: €Negotiable

Job Description

Traffic Engineer  / Public Transport Stop Officer (Dublin)

Kppm are looking to recruit a Traffic Engineer to work on a Bus Network Redesign for our client an International Engineering company with clients that include: Dublin Bus, Transport Infrastructure Ireland, National Transport Authority, Dublin Airport Authority, Irish Water and Irish Rail (CIÉ), Local Authorities and contractors.

The programme of work is to replace bus stop poles and bus stop customer information to achieve a standard style nationwide, which will provide consistent branding and much enhanced travel information for bus passengers. This programme may require provision of additional bus stop infrastructure, depending on stop location.

To support the delivery of this programme, there is a need for Public Transport Stop Officers.

The Public Transport Stop Officer will be responsible for working across several different departments to coordinate the implementation of a programme for:

•                     Provision of enhanced bus stop infrastructure (in particular stop poles and shelters), and

•                     The provision of travel information at stops and stations, initially focussing on bus stops and shelters

The Public Transport Stop Officer will work in developing and progressing the delivery of the public transport stop enhancement programme nationwide.

Report to the Public Transport Stop Manager.


Responsible for coordinating the development and monitoring the implementation of the projects and programmes for the provision and maintenance of new and existing bus stop infrastructure and of public transport information at all bus stops, Luas stops and rail stations.

May be responsible some or all of the following:

•                     Working with the Public Transport Stop Manager to establish and coordinate the delivery of a programme for new or upgraded bus stop/shelter infrastructure and the provision of customer information at bus stops;

•                     Working with the Public Transport Stop Manager, the Customer Experience team and other staff to develop and implement guidelines and standards for bus stop/shelter infrastructure and customer information;

•                     Working with the Public Transport Stop Manager and other staff to support projects and programmes including bus network redesigns;

•                     Identifying needs for new or upgraded bus stop/shelter infrastructure in a specified area, including changes of locations, and preparing reports for the identifying priorities for improvement;

•                     Procuring design work for new or relocated bus stop/shelter infrastructure;

•                     Managing the delivery of stop infrastructure designs, and internal and local authority or land-owner design approvals as required;

•                     Liaising with the Public Transport Stop Manager, and other consultant or bus operator staff in relation to delivery of bus stop designs, infrastructure supply and installation to an agreed programme;

•                     Coordinating with public transport contract managers and Technology Services Group as required to ensure the timely provision of customer information at new or existing stops and shelters;

•                     Managing one or more of the Stop Infrastructure Service Level Agreements that the is in place with bus operators

•                     Monitoring the implementation of operator programmes for the delivery of new bus stop/shelter infrastructure, the maintenance of existing TFI bus stop infrastructure, and the provision of travel information, including real time information, at all bus stops and reporting on progress to internal NTA stakeholders;

•                     In conjunction with Irish Rail, coordinating, developing and monitoring the implementation of a programme for the provision of travel information at all rail stations, including the provision of panels for the display of travel information as required; and

•                     Other activities in relation to the provision or maintenance of public transport stop infrastructure, or passenger information at stops or stations that may require from time to time.

Education & Experience

•                     Suitable candidates must have a relevant 3rd level Degree with 5-8+ years traffic and / or transportation engineering experience.

This is a Contract for Services role and the hourly rate is €negotiable depending on experience.

For further information or to apply please contact: Paul Sinnott Recruitment Consultant at kppm in Dublin. Phone: 086-0438665 or Email:

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