Schedule Compilers and Trainee Compilers


About this job

Go-Ahead London is the capital’s largest bus company.  Operating from 16 garages we employ around 7,300 staff and utilise approximately 2,200 buses on Transport for London (TfL) services.  We are now looking for enthusiastic individuals to join our busy schedules department as either a Trainee or an experienced Schedule Compiler.  

As a skilled schedule compiler, you will demonstrate practical knowledge and expertise of compiling bus schedules.  As a Trainee you must demonstrate a willingness to learn.  These roles typically suit people with an enquiring mind and positive attitude.   Both offer a rewarding career in a department at the heart of Go-Ahead London.

You will be required to work as part of a team, estimating resource requirements, compiling timetables, duty schedules, rotas and schedule statistics.  Schedules must be cost effective and it is important to ensure operational, financial and statutory compliance. 

We are looking for individuals who possess the following skills and experience:
• Attention to detail and numerate with a natural aptitude for problem solving
• Able to persevere and complete work within strict timescales
• A willingness to learn and take on new ideas
• Use innovative thinking and challenge conventional working
• The ability to listen, understand and deliver key specifications
• A good geographic knowledge of London
• An understanding of the TfL contracted bus market
• An ability to understand a wide range of staff agreements
• Able to communicate clearly both verbally and in writing
• Strong IT skills with an ability to quickly learn new applications

We offer a competitive salary plus 25 days’ holiday and travel pass.  If you are interested in applying for either role, please do so online with a covering letter attached to your CV so it is one document.

Please clearly advise any dates when you are not available to attend an interview. 

Closing date for applications is Friday 24 May 2019.

Go-Ahead London values diversity and promotes equality and we encourage and welcome applications from all sections of the community.