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DRMPTransportation Leader

DRMP, Inc. – Build Your Future on Our Foundation of Excellence. We currently are seeking a Transportation Leader to lead and grow our expanding North Carolina transportation practice as well as manage major transportation projects. This position will be based in our Cary, North Carolina office and an integral part of our Transportation Division and Southeast Area Operations. Candidate will be responsible for collaborating with multiple disciplines in establishing and enhancing client relationships focused primarily with NCDOT. Candidate will also be responsible for identifying, hiring and developing local engineering staff; leading multi-disciplined project teams, providing contract administration, and managing team resources on major transportation projects; and identifying leads, strategizing pursuits and preparing proposals for Transportation projects in North Carolina.

Requirements: Candidates must be a registered North Carolina PE with 10 years of experience in the NCDOT market, 5+ years in staff management, expertise in Transportation engineering or related field (Roadway, Traffic, Structures), and strong relationships within NCDOT and its consultants.

Full Time Position, excellent benefits, salary based on qualifications; valid driver license required, EEO, Drug Free Workplace.

DRMP is a multi-discipline civil engineering and surveying firm providing consulting services to clients in the public, private, and industrial sectors in the development of infrastructure and has been in business since 1977. DRMP provides a full-range of civil engineering services, including Transportation, Land Development, and Structural Services, as well as Planning, Surveying and Mapping, Construction Engineering Inspection, Ecological, Utilities, and Water Resources services.

Our firm has offices throughout Florida and North Carolina. Today, DRMP is ranked among Engineering News-Record’s “Top 500 Design Firms” in the United States. E-mail resume to humanresources@drmp.com (www.drmp.com).

City of High PointTransportation Technician

The City of High Point, North Carolina (pop. 107K) is seeking applicants to fill a Transportation Technician position within the Transportation Department. Successful candidate will use AutoCAD, GIS base mapping, field surveys, and other data; prepare plans for sidewalk, pavement markings, traffic signals, bike lanes, and intersection improvement projects; calculate quantities and cost estimates; prepare collision diagrams used in crash analysis and accident reporting; maintain computerized database of traffic crashes; prepare charts, graphs, and tables from information database as needed; collect and process field data for various engineering, planning, and traffic operations studies, installs and monitors operation of automatic traffic data collectors on streets; and perform traffic studies necessary for determining roadway improvement needs, including road safety audits, intersection evaluations, travel time and speeds studies. Position requires Associates Degree in Engineering and AutoCAD, GIS Software and Microsoft Office Products experience is preferred. Work Zone Safety certification desirable within one (1) year of hire. Possess an acceptable valid NC driver's license; have good computer skills including spreadsheets, database, word processor, AutoCAD, and ability to prepare, read, comprehend, and apply content of technical documents.

Starting salary from $34,498 annually with excellent benefits. Obtain required City application form on or before closing date of July 25, 2014, from City of High Point, Human Resources Department, 211 South Hamilton Street, High Point, NC 27260 or apply online: http://www.highpointnc.gov/person/jobs.cfm. The City of High Point is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

City of CharlotteTransportation Analyst

The City of Charlotte, NC is excited to announce a Transportation Analyst position available with the Charlotte Department of Transportation. This position provides the opportunity to work with many facets of the Planning and Design Division. The Transportation Analyst will provide both technical and administrative assistance to support various transportation planning, design, and modeling projects and initiatives. Duties include data collection/research/analysis; assistance developing and producing plans, reports, and presentations; assistance preparing grants, contracts, and invoicing; assistance developing and managing the division’s budget; assistance with MUNIS related activities; and any other assigned technical or administrative tasks. This position requires strong organizational and oral and written communication skills. Applicant must be a high school graduate or equivalent and have three years of experience in transportation or urban planning / design / modeling. A two year degree in a related discipline may be substituted for two years of experience. A college degree in civil engineering, transportation planning, urban studies, mathematics, geography or other related discipline is preferred.

Market Rate: $54,371

Applications must be submitted on-line at www.charmeck.org, reference Job ID # 119562. Applications must be submitted by August 3, 2014.

 

Virginia Department of TransportationSr Traffic Engineer - Salem and Lynchburg Districts #17769

The Virginia Department of Transportation (VDOT) is responsible for building, maintaining and operating the state’s road, bridges, tunnels and ferries. Through the Commonwealth Transportation Board, it also provides funding for airports, rail, and public transportation. Virginia has the third largest state-maintained highway system in the country covering 58,321 miles of interstate, primary, secondary and frontage roads. VDOT has about 7,500 employees making it one of the largest state agencies in Virginia.

One vacancy each in SALEM and LYNCHBURG.

VDOT is seeking a Licensed Professional Engineer in SALEM and in LYNCHBURG to support the Area Traffic Engineers and the Southwest Regional Operations (SWRO) organization. The selected candidate will perform and supervise technical traffic engineering activities including the review and development of traffic control device plans, transportation management plans, and engineering studies including speed limit, through truck restrictions, traffic calming, safety studies, crash analysis, and other Manual of Uniform Traffic Control Device (MUTCD)-specific functions. This position is responsible for signing and sealing professional engineering plans and studies in accordance with policy. The selected candidate will also manage task orders being performed by consultants. Provides optimum customer service and proactive solutions for Regional traffic needs. Analyzes and solves complex and politically sensitive traffic engineering problems. Provides expert technical guidance to internal/external customers.

Why Choose VDOT: In addition to a rewarding work experience, VDOT offers core benefits including competitive health and life insurance programs, pre-tax spending accounts, and leave programs. Employees participate in a State Retirement Plan; a tax deferred Retirement Savings Plan with employer matching provision also available. Also, the State funds a Short and Long Term Disability Program. Miscellaneous benefits include paid holidays, training and tuition assistance programs, wellness programs, etc.

The Virginia Department of Transportation (VDOT) is an Equal Opportunity Employer. For more details and to apply, visit www.vdot.jobs.

 

City of CharlotteTransportation Planner I

The City of Charlotte, NC is excited to announce a position available with the Charlotte Department of Transportation. The City is hiring a Transportation Planner I who will help advance Charlotte’s nationally-recognized “complete streets” philosophy to make Charlotte a more livable, walkable city. The Transportation Planner I will assist in integrated transportation and land use planning and implementation efforts, including area plans, rezoning assessments, multi-modal plans, and other policy development or analytic activities. Duties include assistance in data collection/provision/analysis and presentation; assistance developing and producing plans and reports; fieldwork and public involvement processes related to above efforts and any other assigned planning tasks. Requires a four-year degree in transportation or urban planning, engineering, geography or related field, preferably supplemented by an advanced degree or comparable experience; GIS experience/training; ability to develop/manage databases; excellent oral and written communication skills and knowledge of principles and practices of transportation planning. This position requires extensive contact with citizens, staff from a variety of agencies, developers, and consultants in a one-on-one or group setting and ability to work independently or in a team environment.

Salary Range: $51,000 - $56,651. Applications must be submitted on-line at www.charmeck.org, reference Job ID # 119503. Applications must be submitted by July 2, 2014.