Livingston James supporting Transport for Edinburgh to deliver on its public transport vision


*Please note these opportunities are now closed to further applications. Should you be interested in similar roles and wish to have an exploratory discussion, please contact Douglas Adam at [email protected].


Transport for Edinburgh’s vision is to provide world-class integrated, environmentally-friendly and socially-inclusive transport, which plays a central role in the future success of Edinburgh and the Lothians.  Last year six million new passengers used Lothian Buses and Edinburgh Trams Services and both organisations enjoyed equally impressive passenger satisfaction rates.

Livingston James are delighted to be supporting Transport for Edinburgh, Lothian Buses and Edinburgh Trams to recruit into three key board roles…


Chief Executive Officer – Transport for Edinburgh

Provide strategic direction and serve as a forceful advocate for the multi-stakeholder efforts required to integrate Edinburgh’s and the surrounding region’s transport resources into a world-class network”.


Managing Director – Lothian Buses

Provide leadership and continuously develop this award-winning company and its associated subsidiaries, in order to deliver continued profitability whilst also driving improvements in the customer experience


General Manager – Edinburgh Trams

Develop and execute each year’s business plan in order to provide the City of Edinburgh with a safe, reliable and sustainable tram service that contributes to an increase in the percentage of trips made by modes other than the private automobile.


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