Traffic Management / Design Engineer – Mayo, Ireland

For our Client, we are currently seeking applications for a Traffic Management/Design Engineer to work on a large-scale road project in Mayo. The N5 Westport to Turlough Road Project will include the construction of 20.3km of dual carriageway from Westport to Turlough and a 2.5km single carriageway link to the N59 Westport to Mulranny national secondary road.

The Project will include the following:

  • A 2.3 km upgrade of a section of the N59 at Barleyhill to a Type-3 single carriageway
  • Two compact grade separated junctions including overbridges
  • Six roundabouts
  • Two rail bridges over the Westport to Dublin railway line
  • 11 overbridges, two under bridges and seven farm underpasses
  • Associated earthworks, diversion of services and realignment of existing roads
  • Drainage works, landscaping and ancillary works


Desirable skills/attributes:

  • A minimum of 3 years working in a Traffic and Transportation consultancy environment.
  • Experience using software programs such as Linsig, Junctions 9, VISSIM is desired and or other packages like VISUM, SATURN.
  • Good working knowledge of and hands-on experience with major types of technical analysis including traffic impact analysis, road safety studies, transport corridor studies, transport strategies, capacity analysis and junction design.
  • Strong working knowledge of road and street design in an urban context including DMURS and the National Cycle Manual.
  • Educated to degree level (level 8), preferably level 9
  • Chartered or working towards Chartership.
  • Computer literate and able to work effectively work with the basic Microsoft suite of programmes, MS Project, AutoCAD, etc
  • Full driving licence.
  • The candidate should be self-motivated, enthusiastic, hardworking, flexible, willing to take responsibility and comfortable working as part of team in a collaborative working environment.


If you are interested in the offer, apply via “Aplikuj o pracę” form or send us an email, putting “Mayo, Ireland” in email’s title.