Full-Time Network Planner (Berkshire)
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|Job Location||England, United Kingdom|
|Job Categories||Network Planner.|
|Salary||£30k - £35k.|
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£30K – £35K subject to experience
We are looking to recruit a Network Planner who will own the planning and development of the company’s bus networks in a commercial astute way that maximises revenue growth, operational efficiency, punctuality and reliability, robustness and budget adherence.
We are looking for someone with a flair for creating cost effective and robust timetables and duties while meeting legal and contractual conditions, and a proven track record of at least five years.
You will take a proactive approach to reviewing existing timetables and schedules and play an active role in monitoring the operation and commercial success of services, negotiating and implementing changes as appropriate and developing the business case for new ideas.
In addition, you will need to have the following:
- Knowledge and understanding of best practice in bus operations
- Strong analytical skills with the ability to research and interpret data
- The ability to work to tight timescales
- Strong influencing and negotiating skills
- Excellent written and verbal communication skills
Reading Buses is a multi-award-winning independent bus company based in Berkshire. We are seeing consistent customer growth year on year and have expanded the footprint of our operation into London, Heathrow and Slough as well as the recent acquisition of Newbury and District Bus Company consolidating our provision of services in West Berkshire.
If you have a passion for the bus industry, if you are creative and ambitious then this could be the next step in your career.
Please apply to Caroline Anscombe, HR Director at email@example.com with your CV and a covering letter explaining why you are perfect for this position.
Closing date for applications is 19 November 2018.