Experienced Transportation Engineer
Tindale Oliver has an opening for a Transportation Engineer (L2) to work full-time from our Tampa, Florida office. Our Transportation Engineering & Safety services blend technical and communication skills to develop solutions to modern mobility problems that improve traffic operation, increase safety, reduce air pollution, and conserve fuel. We are responsive to local and regional land use and livability goals within adopted design criteria. This position may require working two to three days per week on-site at a local client office.
- Conduct range of traffic safety/operations studies and safety program management services.
- Complete detailed drawings from sketches, plans, specification, and written and verbal instructions using computer-aided drafting (CAD) programs. Revise or change drawings, trace and/or copy existing drawings, complete calculations with specific instructions.
- Conduct traffic impact analyses, traffic impact analysis reviews, capacity analyses, design traffic estimates, traffic signal warrant and design, travel demand modeling, traffic simulation modeling, and access analysis/design.
- Support technical analyses in geometric and signal design, signal timing plans, quality/level of service analysis, site impact analysis, transportation engineering, etc.
- Conduct field data collection and summaries of observations.
- Compile and analyze engineering data and prepare written summaries of analyses and conclusions.
- Prepare written reports, memoranda, briefs, summaries, training packages, and presentation materials.
- Work closely with project teams and public sector clients.
- Proven experience with a variety of field concepts, practices, regulations, and procedures.
- Creative and enthusiastic approach to problem-solving.
- Excellent verbal and written communication and organization skills.
- Knowledge of major transportation software such as AutoCAD, Synchro, HCS, Cube/FSUTMS, ArcGIS, and/or MicroStation.
- Demonstrated experience delivering high-quality products, verifying attention to detail, ability to multi-task.
- Experience working with Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT) desirable, including familiarity with FDOT’s engineering guidance including but not limited to Florida Design Manual, Traffic Engineering Manual, FDOT Standard Plans.
- Able to work both independently and collaboratively in a team environment.
- Highly computer-literate, strong Microsoft Office skills.
- Honest and ethical.
- Able to pass a drug test.
- Possess valid driver’s license, reliable transportation.
- Able to push, pull, bend, kneel, crouch, stoop, lift, carry, or otherwise move and position objects weighing up to 25 pounds when stocking supplies and setting up equipment for up to 10% of day.
- Able to sit for up to 75% of day.
- Able to walk and stand for up to 30% of day.
- Able to work at a computer (typing, inputting data, using a mouse, etc.) up to 75% of day.
- Bachelor’s degree in Civil Engineering or Transportation/Traffic Engineering
- Engineering Intern (EI) certification required.
- 3–5 years of relevant work experience.
Since 1989, Tindale Oliver has provided industry-leading transportation, community planning and design, transit, and public finance solutions to public sector clients throughout the US. Our extensive experience has led to a national reputation for exceptional client service and insightful, actionable solutions. We are headquartered in Tampa and have staff/offices throughout Florida and in Maryland. Tindale Oliver is an equal opportunity, drug-free employer committed to diversity in the workplace; EOE/ Minorities/Females/Veterans/Individuals with Disabilities. For more information about Tindale Oliver, visit http://www.tindaleoliver.com/index.html. To apply for this position, visit https://tindaleoliver.applicantpro.com/jobs/.
Roadway Engineer – RS&H
Job Location: US-FL-Tampa
We are currently seeking a Highway Engineer for the Transportation-Infrastructure Practice in Tampa, Florida.
The ideal candidate will demonstrate excellent technical knowledge of roadway design fundamentals and be able to direct and check the work of other staff. The candidate will be knowledgeable on all aspects of roadway plans production, will be able to function as a Roadway Design Task leader on conventional and design-build projects, and may serve as a Deputy Project Manager on small, moderate, or large scoped multi-disciplined projects with the responsibility to act independently regarding technical matters pertaining to roadway design.
- Bachelor’s degree in Civil Engineering from an accredited university
- Minimum of eight years of transportation engineering experience
- Florida Professional registration (PE) or the ability to obtain their PE within 6 months of hire
- Experience in highway design and plan production with the ability to perform planning, conceptual design, preliminary engineering, and final design activities
- Experience in Temporary Traffic Control Design
- Excellent organizational skills with attention to detail and overall quality control
- Proficiency with Microstation SS4/SS10 and GEOPAK
- Proficiency with OpenRoads Designer
- Experience working with the Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT) or alternate DOT experience
- Strong knowledge of design manuals including FDOT Design Manual, FDOT Standard Plans, FDOT Standard Specifications, AASHTO A Policy on Geometric Design of Highways and Streets, and Manual on Uniform Traffic Control Devices
- Experience working and coordinating with large multi-discipline teams
- Excellent written and verbal communication skills
- Working knowledge of 3D workspaces/corridor modeling
- FDOT design experience including RRR and major reconstruction on limited access facilities, rural/urban arterials, and bicycle/pedestrian facilities
- Municipal/Local Government design experience within the State of Florida
- FDOT Temporary Traffic Control Certified
- Design-Build experience
- Holiday Pay
- Paid Time Off
- Medical and Dental
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If this sounds like the role for you and you’re ready to join an amazing team, please apply.
From managed toll lanes and long-range corridor plans, to complex segmental bridges, our teams are providing the highest quality infrastructure and facility solutions. Each day, we partner with transportation agencies and local governments across the country to keep our communities moving. By joining our team, you too can lead the evolution of transportation.
RS&H provides fully integrated architecture, engineering, and consulting services to help clients realize their most complex facility and infrastructure projects for land, air, and space. We are committed to bringing extraordinary solutions to our clients through the promise of imagination, ingenuity, and innovation. With a tradition of excellence that began in 1941, we are consistently ranked among the nation’s top 100 design firms. We attribute our success to an unwavering commitment to our core values of: integrity, quality service, business success and valuing associates.
An Equal Opportunity Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, or protected veteran status and will not be discriminated against on the basis of disability.
Department of Transportation DOT/Engineering Department
Location: 1500 Monroe Street, Fort Myers
Job #: 05506PF
APPLICATIONS MAY BE OBTAINED AND FILED ONLINE AT: http://www.leegov.com
CLOSING DATE: 05/20/21 11:59 PM
Salary: $72,775.56 – $120,000.00 Annually
This position acts as the Department of Transportation’s primary representative for allegations and represents Lee County in Court as a professional engineer. This position is also responsible for the planning of roadway system and program enhancements. The position is also responsible to review construction and development plans.
D UTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
- Responsible for conducting and supervising studies for identifying traffic safety and operation problems and develops remedial actions for identified safety and congestion problems.
- Approves, signs, and seals traffic studies for changes in traffic regulations. Approves, signs, and seals revisions to the operations of traffic signals.
- Approves changes in traffic regulations.
- Represents County at legal proceedings involving traffic safety issues.
- Represents LC DOT at various countywide committees; such as, CTST, TMOC, BPCC, etc. Responsible for the management of traffic volume data collection and road traffic condition data.
- Develops annual traffic count report.
- Supervises traffic crash analysis program.
- Supervises personnel conducting traffic studies, operating the County Traffic Operation Center, and developing signal timing plans.
- Overseeing program staff as well as consulting engineers hired for special projects. Reviews construction plans for consistency with Federal, State, and local standard for traffic control devices.
- Reviews construction plans for traffic safety and operational considerations, including pedestrian, bicycle, and motor vehicles.
- Supervises personnel conducting traffic studies, operating the County traffic operation center, and developing signal timing plans.
- Interacts with constituents, staff, and other agencies to identify concerns and develops remedial actions.
- Develops priorities for the implementation of roadway, traffic signal, and traffic system improvements.
- Directs a staff of professional and technical employees in the planning, coordination, and administration required to effectively manage and lead DOT Operations regarding the maintenance of roads, drainage, canals, tolls, bridges and landscaping; directly supervises senior management and staff.
- Manages DOT yearly budget; reviews, establishes, updates and implements departmental policies and procedures; conducts employee evaluations; inspects job sites; answers after hours and emergency calls; develops and monitors long-and short-term goals, objectives, and strategic plans; identifies operational issues, traffic safety issues, and flood issues.
- Acts as the DOT’s primary representative for allegations and represents Lee County in court as a professional engineer; plans for system and program enhancements; reviews construction and development plans; provides administrative direction.
EDUCATION, EXPERIENCE, LICENSING
Requires any combination of education and/or experience equivalent to graduation from an accredited four-year university or college with a Bachelor’s Degree in Civil Engineering, or closely related field and three years engineering, or closely related experience to include one year of supervisory experience.
A minimum of five years of experience in engineering is preferred.
Possession of a current Professional Engineering License with the ability to obtain a Professional Engineering License in the state of Florida within six (six) months of hire date is rec.
Possession of a Professional Traffic Operations Engineer (PTOE) license is recommended.
Possession of a valid driver’s license and an acceptable driving record is required.
Must be able to pass a criminal background check.
This position requires a candidate who receives a conditional offer of employment to pass a pre-employment drug screening.
Traffic Project Manager
Garrett Engineering Group (GEG) is seeking a talented and motivated Traffic Project Manager to help us meet our Traffic Engineering Department’s goals and objectives. We will consider any viable candidate who is currently residing in the State of Florida. This is a ‘work from home’ position…no relocation necessary!
Job Title: Traffic Project Manager
Location: Work from home as long as within the State of Florida
Education: A BS in Civil or other related Engineering Degree
Compensation: Commensurate with experience
Start Date: Immediately
Submit Cover Letter & Resume to firstname.lastname@example.org
- Ability to proficiently design, manage and QC Traffic
- (Traffic Plans = Signals, Signing and Pavement Markings, Lighting plans)
- Be proficient in Microstation/GeoPak, Visual (or AGi32) and
- Experience and working knowledge of FDOT Design Manual, FDOT Standard Specifications, FDOT Standard Plans, FDOT Basis of Estimates, FDOT Traffic Engineering Manual, FDOT Manual on Uniform Traffic Studies and the Manual on Uniform Traffic Control Devices (MUTCD).
- Ability to oversee and direct traffic engineering projects from manhour negotiations to specifications
- Ability to manage a group of two to three Traffic Engineers. Assigning these individuals tasks and schedules. Holding weekly meetings to monitor the progress of the tasks. Distribute work according to the volume and availability of each
- Ability to clearly communicate with clients to build and maintain good relationships through day-to-day interaction during the design
- Ability to work well with other related disciplines and coordinate design activities for timely completion and within
- Perform field reviews and investigations of the project sites. Perform asset inventories, and coordinate with local and State highway agencies in obtaining as-built and other project related
Additional Responsibilities (Not Required but Desired)
- Ability to proficiently design, manage and QC ITS
- Experience with ITS systems engineering management including requirements analysis, concept of operations, and ITS
- Ability to review and respond to construction related questions such as RFI’s or RFM’s.
- Ability to review shop
- Comfortable with communicating with FDOT during manhour negotiations and miscellaneous meetings either through teleconferencing or face-to-face
- Ability to act as a GEG representative at project meetings and coordination with project sponsors or
- Possess good presentation and marketing
- Experience with Design/Build
- A BS in Civil or other related Engineering
- 5+ years of progressive experience in public traffic/transportation
- Current Florida P.E. registration or ability to obtain within 6
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