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ICE transport panel seeks new members

The ICE is inviting new members to join its transport expert panel.

It is seeking applications from experienced civil engineers, engineering technicians and graduate engineers working in the transport sector.

The panel provides the technical expertise and knowledge to support ICE activity in the transport sector and deliver a wealth of engineering knowledge. This includes producing ICE’ policy statements for all transport sectors; helping to build capacity and skills; producing research and best practice guidance and hosting events and networking opportunities.

The panel meets several times a year, and creates specialist sub-groups to undertake specific projects.

The ICE is looking for chartered civil engineers with strong experience and knowledge of working on transport infrastructure projects, in particular in the areas of active travel, roads and highways, integrated transport planning, devolution and rail systems.

It would also like graduate civil engineers and engineering technicians to come forward to fill the two vacancies for these grades.

It is also strongly encouraging applications from female professionals.

Applicants should submit a copy of their CV and a brief covering letter by 31 October 2015.

This should explain what work the ICE should produce that would be of most benefit to engineers working in the transport sector, and how your knowledge, skills and experience could help with this.

  • For more information or an informal chat, contact or 020 7665 2262.

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