I blame president blairs
cycling officers, why do you need a degree.
apply anyway; explain in your covering letter about lack of degree
Bugger all knowledge of transport systems but what's to know. They're all just big hard things that cars go up and down, what else is there.
I strongly recommend rewording this!!
Experience will count for a lot, possibly more than a degree. Saying a degree is desirable/required is so that you get a reasonably educated person who can carry out tasks like writing reports, work to deadlines etc applying.
I used to be an LA (local authority, not Los Angeles...that would've been awesome) Cycling Officer and really enjoyed it, wish I was still doing it rather than 'general' highways design I do now.
If you want the job, don't be a pessimist and apply for it and see what happens, you'll almost definately get an interview at the very least IMHO.
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