Summary of previous positions held

Below are described the posts held and range of duties carried out by John Elliott. This shows the skill set available for any potential clients or customers through JEC:

  • 2002 to date Consultant for the clients as listed.
  • 2008 to 2009 Transport Planning Manager, Canterbury Christ Church University (2 days/week)
    Developing and implementing travel plans for Universities and other associated environmental duties.
  • 2002 to 2004 Director of Parking Services, Legion Group Plc (3.5 days/week)
    Developing and managing the parking division of this not for profit Plc as a main board Executive Director
  • 1998 to 2002 Transport and Planning Manager, Pfizer Ltd
    Head of unit responsible for transport and planning for Pfizer in the UK. Duties included ensuring the ability of the company to develop and continue to expand, liaising and working with Central and Local Government on transport, planning and economic development proposals for the local areas and development and management of transport infrastructure on sites.
  • 1995 to 1998 Assistant Director Environmental Services, London Borough of Barnet.
    Head of multidisciplinary team responsible for policy and the overall client management of Transport, Engineering, Building and Property functions for the council, performed by the in house consultancy team. Barnet is the transport gateway to the north from London, has population of 320,000 and includes substantial commercial centres (e.g. Brent Cross).
  • 1992 to 1995 Head of Traffic Management Division, Sterling Granada Contract Services Ltd.
    Head of division providing Traffic, Transport and Parking consultancy, and On and Off-Street Parking management. Particular responsibilities to build business and establish company as a major player in the field.
  • 1989 to 1991 Director of Technical Services and Planning, Aylesbury Vale District Council.
    Head of multidisciplinary department which included Engineering, Planning, Architecture and the Direct Services Organisation (cleansing, parks, building maintenance etc). The district is one of the largest in area in England and had a population in excess of l50,000 and growing rapidly. This resulted in a large planning workload together with the need for substantial infrastructure provision.
  • 1986 to 1989 Deputy Borough Engineer Surveyor and Planning Officer London Borough of Barking and Dagenham.
    Deputy for large department with responsibilities for Highways, Economic Development, Traffic & Transportation, Property, Building Control, Cleansing, Parks, Leisure, Structures, Mechanical and Electrical Engineering, Transport, Drainage and other Civil Engineering works together with Human Resource, Finance and other supporting functions.
  • 1984 to1986 Head of Policy and Project Assessment Unit, Transportation and Development Department, Greater London Council (GLC).
    Responsible for transport policy development and assessment of projects, preparation or the annual Transport Policy and Programme for the whole of London. Led and controlled the GLC’s case at major public inquiries, prepared and gave evidence for House of Commons Committees and the Standing Advisory Committee on Trunk Road Assessment.
  • 1978 to l984 Principal Engineer (Highway and Traffic Planning) City Engineer’s Department, Westminster City Council.
    Responsible for the management of the teams involved with all aspects of traffic, highway and transport planning and design, including development proposals, environmental improvement, public transport and pedestrianisation schemes for this large local authority for central London.
  • 1975 to 1978 Principal Assistant Engineer (Transportation Planning and Traffic Survey Section), Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea.
    Responsible for section involved with data collection and analysis, transportation modelling and studies and development of Borough Plan including public consultation. Major involvement in Central London Planning Conference and various traffic limitation schemes being considered for London at the time.
  • 1972 to 1975 Assistant Engineer, Scott Wilson Kirkpatrick and Partners (Consulting Civil Engineers / Transport Planners)
    Various traffic, highway, transport planning and other Civil Engineering works and studies, in rural and urban areas including overseas.
  • 1971 to l972 Project Engineer (Operations research / market analysis group) Hawker Siddeley Aviation Limited (became part of British Aerospace)
    Market demand modelling for intercity travel with all competing modes.
  • 1966 to 1971 Trainee (thick sandwich course including university)
    Training and experience in various departments including sales, purchasing, future projects, production engineering and wind tunnel testing.
Glaxo Smith Kline

GlaxoSmithKlineGlaxoSmithKline plc is a global pharmaceutical, biologics, vaccines and consumer healthcare company headquartered in London, United Kingdom.
Website: www.gsk.com
Pfizer

managerPfizer Incorporated is a pharmaceutical company, ranking number one in sales in the world.
Website: www.pfizer.co.uk
Friends of the Earth

staff1Friends of the Earth (EWNI) (England, Wales and Northern Ireland) is one of 70 national groups around the world which make up the Friends of the Earth network of environmental organizations.
Website: www.foe.co.uk
Legion Group

staff2UK's longest established provider of security services and now operate as a division of OCS Group UK Limited, the largest privately owned property services provider in the UK.
Website: www.legion-group.co.uk
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