The British Parking Association is offering an exciting opportunity for a talented Graduate interested in the emerging topics of Intelligent Mobility, Smart Cities, innovation and technology and how these relate to parking and traffic management issues.
Parking policy has a major influence on people’s travel decisions and therefore on how people move and become mobile. Technology is revolutionising the way people travel. The BPA are keen to connect emerging technology to people's mobility aspirations through developing new parking policy.
You will be involved in a project to establish a research brief that will be used to apply for funding via Innovate UK, the government’s technology and strategy Board. The brief will also assist with the creation of new links with stakeholders such as intelligent mobility groups, mobile phone companies, car manufacturers, intelligent transport providers and academia.
Reporting to the BPA’s Head of Public Affairs and Research, you will be enthusiastic with excellent research, writing and organisational skills and an interest in the fields of innovation, technology and how these are impacting on future travel needs.
This is a paid for position with a remuneration of £10 per hour. The project is expected to last between 4-6 weeks and the position will be based at the BPA’s offices in Haywards Heath, West Sussex. Travel expenses are negotiable subject to the applicant’s location.
To apply for this position, please send a copy of your CV and a brief outline of why you think you would be an ideal fit for this role. Please email email@example.com by the closing date Monday 10th August.
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