FREE TO USE PICS. 22/6/2023. Transport, Planning & Engineering (TP&E), at their site near Penpont, Dumfriesshire.

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About TP&E

We apply all round engineering excellence to the specific field of infrastructure for walking, wheeling and cycling to benefit people and the environment.

We believe in putting people first over profits. We are a social enterprise, established by Cycling Scotland in 2006, and this enables our profits to go directly towards supporting growing projects to expand local cycling and walking routes all over Scotland.

Working for TP&E

You’ll have the opportunity to work on every aspect of project delivery from inception to construction, combining established skills in all areas of engineering while specialising in the growing active travel industry.

Our Engineers are empowered to work independently with responsibility for individual projects and as a senior member you will support and be part of a culture in which we learn and develop together. The role is a full-time, permanent contract however, a part-time arrangement will also be considered.

Working alongside Cycling Scotland colleagues, you will also be involved in a wider team of people who are passionate about cycling and committed to creating opportunities for everyone to be more active.

From our staff

Simon, TP&E Engineer

Working at TP&E is different because of the broad range of what you’re doing. It’s everything that a civil engineer does from technical drawing, the tender process, site supervision to talking to clients and stakeholders. You’re seeing projects through from the early stages to delivery. There aren’t many places that can give you that range of experience. It makes you a much more well-rounded engineer.

Reuben, TP&E Engineer

I feel like I have an impact and play an influential role in the outcome of a project. You get to see your design come to life before your eyes and then see people using it. I appreciate that it gives me a connection to the end user which engineers wouldn’t always get.