Aug 012016

Chair and Deputy Chair of the Cycling and Walking Investment Strategy Expert Committee.

Recruiter: Department For Transport
Location: London (Greater)
Salary: Competitive
Posted: 27 Jul 2016
Closes: 24 Aug 2016
Job Function: Chair
Industry: Public

The Secretary of State for Transport is seeking applications for both the Chair and Deputy Chair of the Cycling and Walking Investment Strategy Expert Committee.

The Secretary of State is responsible for setting and delivering the Cycling and Walking Investment Strategy as set out in the Infrastructure Act 2015.  The draft Strategy sets out the Government’s ambition for creating a walking and cycling nation, a target to double cycling activity by 2025, supported by a number of cycling and walking objectives. It was published for consultation on 27 March 2016 and can be accessed via the following link:-

Further details of the skills we are looking for are set out in the application pack, which can be downloaded using the web link below.

Further information can be obtained from:

Ruth Fagan

Department for Transport

2/14, Great Minster House,

33 Horseferry Road, London SW1P 4DR

Telephone 020 7944 3481, or by email to If submitting your application by email please use the subject EXPERT COMMITTEE CHAIR 2016 to ensure that it can be correctly dealt with.

Further details and the application pack are also available on the web at:

Final applications must be submitted by 23.00 on 24 August 2016

We anticipate that interviews will be held during w/c 3 October (dates are subject to change), at the London offices of the Department for Transport.

Please note: feedback on written applications will not be provided. We will notify you within 4 weeks of the closing date regarding whether or not you are being invited to  interview. As an equal opportunities employer, the Department for Transport welcomes applications from candidates regardless of their ethnic origin, religious belief, gender, sexuality, disability, marital status, age, race, and employment status.

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