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08-01-2024 02:01
Transport Infrastructure Ireland (TII)


Transport Infrastructure Ireland (TII) was set up to deliver and operate safe and efficient light rail and national road networks.  TII’s mission is to deliver transport infrastructure and services that contribute to the quality of life of the people of Ireland and support the country’s economic growth.

In 2021 TII was delegated additional functions in relation to Active Travel and Greenways. TII is progressing a National Cycling Strategy, is now the Approving Authority under the Public Spending Code for rural Greenways and is actively engaged in the planning and design of other active travel facilities.

TII delivers on Government Policy as set out in the National Planning Framework, The NDP 2021 to 2030, The National Investment Framework for Land Transport, The Climate Action Plan 2023 and The Road Safety Strategy 2021 to 2030.

TII’s ability to deliver and operate light rail and road networks efficiently is recognised, as evidenced by the portfolio of National Development Plan (NDP) 2021 to 2030, entrusted to TII and its partners to deliver.

There are three key areas under the remit of TII:

  • Investment in public transport infrastructure to be delivered on behalf of the National Transport Authority (NTA) in line with the Transport Strategy for the Greater Dublin Area 2022-2042. This Strategy commits to the undertaking of appraisal, planning and design of Luas network expansion to Bray, Finglas, Lucan and Poolbeg. Importantly, the Plan also sets out a firm commitment to deliver a metro rail system known as MetroLink that will run from Swords to Charlemont, connecting Dublin Airport with the city centre and providing interchanges with other public transport services including Iarnrod Eireann at Glasnevin, the DART at Tara Street and Luas at O’Connell Street and Charlemont. TII also delivers light railway infrastructure being planned in other cities. Currently TII is working in partnership with the NTA on the planning and design of Cork Light Rail Transit, which is expected to operate initially as a bus rapid transit system.


  • Investment in national roads, active travel and Greenway infrastructure will be delivered in accordance with the guiding principles of the Department of Transport, National Investment Framework for Transport in Ireland and the Strategy for Future Development of National and Regional Greenways. The major roads, active travel and Greenways projects to be delivered and funding provisions are set out in the NDP 2021 to 2030.
  • Investment in maintenance and renewal expenditure will need to increase over the lifetime of the NDP to meet the required investment levels for the current transport network and for new projects as they come into service.

TII’s ambitious plans for infrastructural delivery will drive Ireland’s long term economic, environmental and social progress across all parts of the country over the next decade. The NDP, which is aligned with the delivery of the objectives of the National Planning Framework (NPF), sets out a roadmap and the level of investment which will underpin the NPF and drive its implementation over the next ten years.

To find out more about TII visit .

Essential Requirements


Each candidate must be of good character.


A candidate for and any person holding the role must be fully competent and capable of undertaking duties attached to the role and be in a state of health such as would indicate a reasonable prospect of ability to render regular and efficient service.

Education & Experience

The successful candidate will be required to demonstrate the key competencies for this Grade 3 position as identified in Appendix A, as well as the following experience and job-specific requirements:

  • A minimum Level 8 third level qualification in Geomatics is essential.
  • A minimum of 2 – 3 years’ relevant and satisfactory experience of working in the geospatial and construction environment.
  • Membership of the Society of Chartered Surveyors in Ireland (SCSI/RICS) or working towards membership.
  • A good knowledge and practice of 3D survey processing using, but not limited to, SCC, Trimble Business Centre, Trimble Realworks, StarNet, AutoDesk, MicroStation, MXROAD, CloudWorks, FaroScene, GRPwin, Sensefly EMotion, Pix4D, GeoSlam, Revit, Civil 3D, NavisWorks.
  • Intermediate to advanced level MS Office experience – particularly Word, Excel, and Outlook (PowerPoint would also be an advantage). Working experience of MS Teams or similar shared platforms is required plus a proven aptitude to pick up other software quickly.
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills, in particular report writing and strong interpersonal skills.
  • Highly organised, with strong attention to detail and good numerical and analytical skills.
  • Experience of working with diverse teams.
  • Experience of planning, undertaking, and delivering upon multiple concurrent tasks as assigned.
  • Understanding and sensitivity in dealing with others, discreet and persuasive when communicating in genera
  • Ability to work on own initiative, with strong multitasking capabilities.
  • Ability to work to tight deadlines and prioritise tasks effectively.
  • Demonstrate a good understanding of, or the ability to quickly learn, the public sector working environment.
  • Fluency in the English language, both written and oral.
  • Full clean EU driving licence for Class B vehicles.
  • Own vehicle desirable with relevant insurance. Relevant mileage will be paid based on TII & current public sector policies.

To apply

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The closing date for applications is 12pm Friday 26th January 2024

Transport Infrastructure Ireland is committed to a policy of equal opportunity.

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