The City of Mill Creek is seeking an experienced Supervising Engineer to assist the Director of Public Works and Development Services with the implementation of projects and programs related to transportation and traffic engineering, surface water management, development review, and capital projects.
Minimum Requirements: A Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering or a related field and at least six years of applicable experience, or an equivalent combination of education and experience. Must be currently licensed as a Professional Engineer in WA State, or currently licensed in another state and eligible for licensure in WA by comity within 120 days of hire.
Engineering experience in a local government agency along with supervisory experience is strongly preferred.
As a Transportation/Traffic Engineer, you’ll have the chance to work on challenging and exciting multimodal transportation projects that focus on traffic operations, transportation planning, and traffic design. You will have the opportunity to work with a collaborative, experienced, and diverse team on shaping the way people travel. Working with other members of the team, you’ll work on complex transportation projects to include traffic operational analysis for urban arterials and intersections, freeway mainline and interchanges, transit studies, and corridor studies. You will enhance your experience working on major transportation projects including bus rapid transit studies and corridor studies, managing projects/schedules/budgets, and communicating results to clients and stakeholders.
In this position, you will have the opportunity to provide senior transportation engineering and planning expertise and manage project scopes, schedules, budgets and deliverables. You will present results to external clients and stakeholders as well as demonstrate the ability to lead internal tasks, provide senior quality review on projects, provide oversight of project deliverables, and mentor staff.
As a Senior Transportation Engineer/Project Manager you will be asked to:
• Demonstrate successful leadership in a working team environment
• Ability to communicate effectively verbally and with strong writing abilities
• Use your technical skills in traffic analysis and modeling, transportation planning, and/or traffic engineering on a variety of projects
• Coordinate the planning, staffing, scheduling, budget management, quality control, organization of subconsultants and internal technical and support staff
• Participate in project decisions regarding technical approaches, cost, and scheduling performance
• Lead effective client and stakeholder meetings and presentations
• Maintain a close relationship with clients and track upcoming project opportunities and collaborate on project pursuits to win work
• Mentor and grow mid-level staff
SDOT is offering an exceptional opportunity to join our team as the Sound Transit Program Director. In November of 2016, voters approved Sound Transit’s ST3 plan, which includes funding to design and construct light rail between West Seattle, downtown Seattle, and Ballard, as well as implementing station access improvements and encouraging transit-oriented development around the new stations. The West Seattle to Ballard light rail project will be implemented by Sound Transit. This position will oversee SDOT’s work in helping Sound Transit implement the project, and their overall work program within the City of Seattle. This position will advise the SDOT Director, Mayor, and Council members on transportation policy and program issues related to the buildout of Sound Transit projects valued at billions of dollars. The person in this position will be required to develop and maintain excellent working relationships with senior staff in other SDOT divisions, other City departments, and other public agencies and private organizations. The Program Director will need to address complex issues that involve multiple, conflicting goals and shifting priorities, move quickly between complex detailed technical issues and broad policy issues, and function effectively with a high degree of independence and initiative.
The City of Issaquah is seeking an individual to join our team as a Transportation Engineer II who enjoys working with others, getting things done, and serving the public. This role is multi-faceted and ideal for someone who enjoys a combination of field and office work. Major responsibilities include participation in collaborative work teams to complete capital improvement projects; managing responses to citizen requests or complaints regarding roadway issues including speeding, traffic volumes, crosswalks, bike lanes, and parking; and collaboration with other City Departments. The work requires excellent interpersonal and project management skills.
Transpo Group is looking to hire an Experienced Transportation Engineer who would like to join our consulting firm. Transpo Group is an award-winning planning and design firm specializing in transportation planning, traffic engineering and ITS. If you have a passion for excellence in this industry and are looking for a place to influence and lead exciting and challenging projects, Transpo Group wants to hear from you. To view position details for this roles and others, please visit our Careers webpage at http://www.transpogroup.com/jobs.html.