Highway Design Engineer
VHB Engineering NC, P.C. is looking to expand its Transportation team in North Carolina and is seeking a Highway Design Engineer to work in our Raleigh, NC office. This person will work within a team of professionals to support our roadway design and planning projects. The successful candidate will have a strong civil engineering background and possess excellent verbal, written and interpersonal communication skills. Candidates should have between 1 to 5 years of civil engineering experience with a BS in Civil Engineering. Strong CAD skills (Microstation, GeoPak) are preferred. Proficiency in horizontal and vertical roadway layout and grading is also preferred, along with a basic understanding of drainage design and stormwater management, State and local permitting processes, and traffic and intersection design criteria. Experience working with NCDOT and local government is a plus.
Please submit online application at the following link: VHB Careers. For questions about the position, please contact Julie Johnson at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please visit our Careers page at http://www.vhb.com for more information.
Mid-Level Transportation Planning Manager
Stantec's Raleigh, NC office is currently looking for a Mid-Level Transportation Planning Manager
Under the direction of the Transportation Planning Office Leader, the incumbent will be expected to perform professional level planning, analysis, project management, meeting facilitation, and management tasks. Project work will include supporting Transportation Planning efforts for corridor studies, multimodal system-level plans, small-area plans, congestion management plans, and other transportation projects as needed. This person will also be expected to support some Land Use Planning or Environmental Planning work as the need arises. While project management, task management, and oversight constitute a large portion of the duties of this position, some focus will be on mentoring junior planning staff members, traveling to conferences and project meetings, preparing proposals, and marketing planning services to clients as well.
The ideal candidate for this position will be a team player, self-starter, have demonstrated experience working with Transportation Planning projects, and familiarity with the North Carolina Transportation Planning market. Substantial experience with either GIS or graphic design software is essential, while a track record of positive client interactions will be very important. A friendly, outgoing demeanor and the ability to work well the diverse members of the public will also be helpful. Spanish language proficiency would be an added bonus. As we are also growing our Land Use Planning practice, it is essential that this person have a good understanding of the relationship between transportation and land use and can apply quantitative methods to complex transportation and land use projects.
Stantec offers an excellent benefits and compensation package including medical, dental, vision, 401(k) matching, wellness program, paid vacation and holidays, stock purchase plan, and pre-tax health plans.
Stantec Consulting Inc. is an equal opportunity employer.
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Traffic Engineer - Richmond, VA
Kimley-Horn, named on the 2014 FORTUNE 100 Best Companies to Work For List, is conducting a national search for a passionate, licensed civil engineer to join our growing Traffic Operations team in our Richmond, Virginia office. This individual will profitably manage transportation tasks and projects. They will also have opportunities to develop and grow their own projects and clients. This role will require an individual with an interest in growing and mentoring staff, developing and maintaining client relationships, and supervising task and project production. Management responsibilities will include: helping the team to meet or exceed client expectations, assisting in the identification and tracking of new project leads, writing proposals and scopes of work, establishing budgets, and ensuring quality and timeliness of deliverables. Prior transportation engineering experience in Virginia is not a requirement.
- At least four years of experience in transportation engineering
- Ability to effectively communicate at all levels of an organization
- Ability to manage & mentor staff
- Ability to interact comfortably with clients
- Excellent presentation skills
- Strong writing skills
- Outstanding organizational skills and an ability to work independently
- Simulation and ITS experience
- Signal design experience
- Writing proposals, scopes of work, and budgets for projected work
- Ability to win work, manage projects from TIAs to large tasks and see them through to completion
- Professional Engineering Registration, or the desire and ability to obtain
- CADD skills
Min. Experience: 4
Min. Education Level: Bachelor's Degree
Required Major: Civil Engineering
Professional Registration: P.E. - Professional Engineer
Desired Qualifications. Knowledge of Synchro and/or other traffic analysis software applications. Prior Virginia-focused transportation engineering experience is not required.
To apply: Richmond Traffic Engineer
Traffic Signal System Engineer and Traffic Signal System Analyst
The Department of Public Works is looking for a Qualified Traffic Signal System Engineer and Traffic Signal System Analyst to join the Traffic Engineering Division.
Traffic Signal System Engineer: Will administer, operate, optimize, and maintain the Chapel Hill-Carrboro area computerized traffic signal system. This position will be primarily responsible for administering the signal system from a Traffic Management Center and managing signs and markings daily operations. Other major duties include, but are not limited to, developing and optimizing traffic signal timing and coordination plans; preparing intersection improvement reports, plans, and specifications; and administering street lighting requests. The position is responsible for directly supervising five signal employees and three signs and marking technicians.
Traffic Signal Systems Analyst: Primary duties include: administering the signal system, developing and optimizing signal timing and coordination plans; preparing intersection reports, plans, and specifications; and preparation of NCDOT quarterly reports.
Traffic Signal System Engineer: Qualified candidates will possess a Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university with a major in Civil Engineering or related field and at least three years of progressive signal system engineering/traffic engineering experience, or equivalent combination of education and experience. Experience is required in various transportation software packages (Signal System Central Software, Synchro, HCS, etc.)
Traffic Signal Systems Analyst: An Associate degree from an accredited college or University with major course work in civil engineering, electrical engineering, computer programming, or a related filed required. Minimum of three years’ experience in related field or an equivalent combination of education and work experience.
Pre-hire drug test, background check, and possession of a valid NC Driver’s License required. Salary dependent on qualifications. We offer competitive pay and benefits. Please note that this vacancy announcement is subject to close at any time based on the volume of applications received. For full consideration, apply immediately. EOE/M/F/V/D
For application and other details, visit http://townofchapelhill.org/index.aspx?page=218.
The City of Winston Salem is recruiting for a Transportation Engineer position. This position is responsible for a variety of traffic and transportation engineering work for the City of Winston Salem and the Winston-Salem Urban Area Metropolitan Planning Organization.
For more information visit www.cityofws.org and click the jobs link.
NCSITE Executive Associate
The North Carolina Section of the Institute of Transportation Engineers (NCSITE) is seeking to contract with an individual, a public agency or a private company to provide the services of an Executive Associate. The NCSITE Executive Associate will provide part-time administrative services on an as-needed basis and will not be an employee of NCSITE. The initial term of services will be for one year, which includes a 90-day trial period, with an option to continue services for a second year.
Compensation will be on a time and materials basis and is not expected to exceed $11,500 on an annual basis. The anticipated hourly rate range is $25-$35 per hour depending upon on the candidate's qualifications, experience and salary history. Because Board of Directors Meetings and the Section Annual Meeting are typically held in Raleigh and given that most Board Members work in the Research Triangle area, priority consideration will be given to candidates who work and/or reside in the Research Triangle area of North Carolina to minimize travel to and from meetings and facilitate coordination with NCSITE leadership.
View RFP and Job Description for this position. If you have any questions, please contact Todd Delk.
Transportation Engineer - North Charleston, SC
About Stantec. The Stantec community unites more than 13,000 specialists working in over 200 locations. We collaborate across disciplines and industries to make buildings, infrastructure, and energy and resource projects happen. Our work—professional consulting in planning, engineering, architecture, interior design, landscape architecture, surveying, environmental sciences, project management, and project economics—begins at the intersection of community, creativity, and client relationships.
About the Job. Transportation engineer with 3-8 years experience in traffic studies and/or design, traffic analysis and forecasting, CAD drafting, design calculations, data collection, report writing, and other technical assignments as steps towards professional development and registration as a Professional Engineer. Field work and limited travel may be required.
Capabilities and Credentials. Completion of a four (4) year college level academic program in Civil Engineering with a Bachelor of Science degree is mandatory. Course work with emphasis in disciplines related to transportation engineering within the four year program is preferred. Registration as an Engineer is preferred, but not mandatory. Experience with CAD and traffic analysis software is a plus, but not necessary.
Compensation & Benefits. Your well-being, both health and financial, is the focus behind our competitive, flexible benefits plans and compensation programs. We’ve designed opportunities for you to Live Well, Save Well, and Spend Well with our benefits package. Throughout the life of your career, you can use our programs to make decisions focused on health and wellness, retirement, and company ownership. Our culture of “living well” extends beyond just great health benefits. As a Stantec employee, you can get rewarded for participating in wellness-related activities, including charitable community-based fitness events.
How to Apply. Apply and submit your resume online at www.stantec.com. Reference Job ID # 2013-17814.