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Wanted: New Associates in Scotland, Wales, Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland
The Consultation Institute is expecting a higher level of activity in these countries over the next 2 years and wishes to supplement its base of over 30 existing Institute Associates, most of whom are based in England.
Most of our Associates are highly experienced public engagement professionals possessing particular market segment knowledge or particular methodological or thematic expertise. On occasions, they develop and deliver training, but more frequently provide best practice Advice & Guidance to public bodies or anyone seriously needing to consult key stakeholders or the general public. The Institute has well-proven, world-class methodologies for Quality Assurance, Risk Assessment, Stakeholder management and a host of other tasks for which our clients need help.
If you feel you might be interested, and can work on a freelance basis, but within the Institute’s Associate framework, please complete the form below.
Consultation and Engagement Specialist (London/Godalming) WSP
WSP is expanding our consultation team and require an experienced consultation consultant to join a small national team within the transport planning business.
In this role at WSP you will play a pivotal role in advising on appropriate consultation and research methodologies for multi-disciplinary projects, plan and deliver public and stakeholder communication and consultation events, facilitate workshops and focus groups, organise exhibitions and workshops, prepare consultation and communication materials including leaflets, questionnaires, newsletters, briefing notes, press releases.
In addition to managing the preparation and running of events you will also use your analytical skills to rigorously analyse large volume of responses summarised within a data set and interpret findings to develop meaningful conclusions and recommendations for our clients, in a neutral, unbiased manner, and prepare documents suitable for public scrutiny.
We’d love to hear from you if:
- You have strong analytical skills, including SPSS, GIS, and the ability to interpret results and draw conclusions combining various data sources.
- You have solid experience in consultation/engagement roles, preferably in the transport planning sector.
- You are strong in questionnaire design, focus group & workshop facilitation, analysis and reporting.
- You have some Experience in business development and preparing proposals.
- And an understanding of transport planning, including relevant policy/background.
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