Transportation Engineer

Company Name:
Your Opportunity:
Whatever the distance, wherever the destination--our designs lead you there. Our Transportation group provides comprehensive planning, design, and engineering services for all phases of airport, bridge, rail, roadway, and transit projects. Join our team and help us keep communities connected.
Your Duties:
The South Burlington, VT Office of Stantec Consulting Engineers is looking for a qualified candidate for the position of Traffic Engineer. This is an exciting opportunity to become part of a dynamic team of transportation engineers who specialize in taking a project from conception to construction.
The ideal candidate will have a BS in Civil Engineering and 3+ years experience in transportation planning and engineering. Qualified candidates should have a familiarity with VTrans and Federal design standards, HCM, HCS and Traffic signal design . Desirable software skills include Synchro/Sim Traffic, VISSIM, ArcGIS and Microstation.
Responsibilities will include, but not be limited to, preparation of traffic impact studies; traffic signal plans; traffic control plans; and signing and pavement marking plans. Candidates will also be responsible for traffic data collection; traffic modeling and simulation; preparation of technical reports and documents; and review of transportation and land use reviews applicable to land development projects. Good oral and written skills are a necessity.
Your Capabilities and Credentials:
BSCE minimum
EI minimum
3+ years transportation planning and engineering
Familiarity with VTrans and Federal design Standards, HCM, HCS and Traffic Signal Design
VISSIM, Synchro, ArcGIS Perfered and Microstation and Inroads experience a plus
Job ID: 2014-18220
# of Openings Remaining: 1
Location: US-VT-South Burlington
Experience (Years): 3
Posted Date: 2/10/2014
Discipline: Transportation Infrastructure Engineering

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