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Employer Gannett Fleming, Inc.
Job Title Structural Engineer
Level Entry (0-5 years)
How to Apply Apply here
Deadline 12/31/2019
Job ID 6237
Description
Gannett Fleming supports heavy construction projects that require unique problem solving, design of specialized equipment, and development of complex phasing. We also provide our traditional design services for buildings, transit stations and facilities, industrial facilities, tunnels, water/wastewater facilities, and dam structures. Our structural engineers deliver value through innovative solutions and quality designs, utilizing building information modeling for collaboration through design and construction. Our structural staff is also experienced with current standards in anti-terrorism force protection, blast design, and progressive collapse.
 
We are currently looking for a Structural Engineer to join our New York, NY office!
This person will be involved in facilities design and rehabilitation with public agencies and private clients.
Come join our team!
 
Responsibilities:
 
Assist with the structural analysis and design of buildings, transportation related facilities as well as industrial facilities using structural steel, concrete and masonry construction materials.
Familiarity with ETABS, SAP2000, RAM Structural System, RAM Concept, STAAD, Mathcad, TEDDS and other structural engineering analysis and design related software.
Perform structural design calculations for steel, concrete and masonry structures
Coordinate structural design with project requirements.
Design of concrete and steel members such as slabs, footings, columns and beams.
Develop structural details.
Possess a basic understanding of codes - IBC, ASCE-7, AISC, and ACI
Assist with other duties assigned by Lead Engineers and/or Project Managers
Perform field inspection of facilities and transit related structures as needed.
 
Minimum Qualifications:
 
Bachelor’s Degree in Civil Engineering with a Structural emphasis is required.
Must have EIT Certification
1-3 years of professional experience preferably within an engineering consulting firm; relevant summer internships may count towards experience
Must be capable of field inspection activity such as climbing ladders and using man lifts.
Must have strong written and verbal communication skills.
Must possess a valid driver's license
 
Preferred Qualifications:
 
Master’s Degree in Civil Engineering with structural curriculum is preferred
Proficiency with Revit, AutoCAD and MicroStation. is highly preferred
Employer Arup
Job Title Intelligent Transportation Systems Leader
Level Experienced (10-15 years)
How to Apply Contact Nick Newell (Apply online and contact Nick.Newell@arup.com) with any questions.
Deadline 10/09/2019
Job ID NEW0000KW
Description
Arup is seeking a talent leader in the Intelligent Transportation Systems (ITS) and/or Mobility Pricing fields. Ideally the candidate would be based in New York City, but location may be negotiable. Arup is a unique global, multi-disciplinary consulting firm, employee-owned and committed to improving our communities. Learn more online at https://www.joinarup.com/job/intelligent-transportation-systems-leader-transportation-planning-new-york-new-york-new0000kw/.
Employer Fitzgerald & Halliday, Inc
Job Title Environmental Project Manager
Level Intermediate (5-10 years); Experienced (10-15 years)
How to Apply Send resume to environmental@fhiplan.com or Claudia Massie, 416 Asylum Street, Hartford, CT  06103
Deadline 08/01/2019
Job ID  
Description
Environmental Project Manager 
Fitzgerald & Halliday, Inc. (FHI) is a team of planners, scientists, engineers, designers, GIS analysts, and administrative personnel dedicated to providing environmental services, mobility planning, community planning, and public involvement services. Now in our 32nd year, and spanning multiple offices in exciting urban centers, we lead and partner on innovative projects across the Northeast and Mid-Atlantic. FHI’s core values guide all we do. We combine our technical planning skills with customized, highly responsive client services. Our staff share a passion, energy, and commitment to improving our communities.   
FHI provides environmental planning, sustainability, resiliency, environmental permitting, and environmental documentation services to state departments of transportation, development agencies, municipalities, airports and other entities. With a focus on strategic planning and supporting technical analysis, FHI helps clients meet regulatory requirements and identify and achieve their project goals. 
 
FHI is seeking an experienced Project Manager for our Environmental Services team. This position will be located in our New York City office. For this position, FHI is seeking someone with 10 years minimum experience with a proven record of leading environmental documentation and permitting projects throughout the Northeast and Mid-Atlantic, including NEPA, SEQRA and CEQR compliance. Candidates for this position should demonstrate their ability to lead project teams, supervise and develop staff, provide excellent client service with innovative and strategic solutions, and conduct business development. In addition, candidates must possess excellent oral and written communication skills. 
 
Responsibilities: 
Manage project teams and technical sub-consultants 
Coordinate with clients 
Prepare NEPA, SEQRA and CEQR documentation 
Guide permitting efforts 
Develop project scopes of work, fee estimates, and schedules 
Plan and participate in stakeholder meetings, public workshops, and public hearings 
Conduct technical analysis and write reports 
Provide quality assurance and control  
Help grow FHI’s Environmental Service Line through identifying and pursuing new business opportunities 
Skills and Abilities: 
Experience leading complex environmental compliance and permitting efforts 
Excellent verbal, written, and interpersonal communication skills 
Leadership and mentoring skills 
Self-motivated 
Highly organized 
Attention to detail 
Capable of coordinating and performing multiple tasks 
Experience with stakeholder facilitation, public presentations, and public hearings 
Ability to problem solve and think creatively 
Ability to travel on project-related business 
Ability to work independently 
Qualifications: 
B.S./B.A. in urban planning, environmental planning, environmental science, or a related field 
10 years of experience in environmental consulting or related field 
Writing samples and references will be required  
 
This is an excellent opportunity for a highly motivated individual who welcomes working in a collaborative environment. FHI is proud to offer rewarding professional experiences with opportunities for professional development. Salary commensurate with experience. Fitzgerald & Halliday, Inc. is an EEO/AA /VEV/Disabled employer. 
 
Employer Arora and Associates, PC
Job Title Electrical Engineer (PIII)
Level  
How to Apply Email resume and cover letter to NJjobs@arorapc.com
Deadline 08/31/2019
Job ID L-2019-1
Description
Responsibilities:
As a member of an interdisciplinary design team:
Design industrial facilities such as motor control centers.
Design roadway and site lighting; electrical circuits; ITS, communications and similar transportation related facilities; 
Design rail electric traction and communications
Prepare design sketches, single-line schematics and construction drawings
Prepare engineering reports and contract documents such as specifications, schedules and cost estimates
Perform field work to investigate existing and construction conditions
Cooperate and coordinate with other design team members
Communicate with counterparts in client organizations
Review contractor submittals such as working drawings and RFIs
Assist in-house managers with proposals by estimating hours and writing scopes of work
 
Requirements:
BS in Electrical Engineering
Five years of progressive EE design experience.
Proficiency with Microstation or Autocad, Word and Excel
Proficiency with Visual Professional preferred
PE license in NJ, NY or PA preferred
Strong written and verbal communication skills
 
Arora and Associates, PC is an affirmative action employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to age,  race,  creed,  color,  nationality,  national  origin,  ancestry,  marital  status, affectional  or  sexual  orientation,  sex,  gender  identity  or  expression,  disability  or religion. Disabled individuals and veterans are encouraged to apply.
Employer PMA Consultants
Job Title Construction Administrator
Level Entry (0-5 years)
How to Apply Apply here
Deadline 09/30/2019
Job ID 2019-MA-028
Description
PMA Consultants is a national Project Management/Construction Management consulting firm consistently achieving top rankings in Engineering News Record (ENR). We specialize in project management and program management with subspecialties in project controls, project scheduling, risk management, and claims avoidance, just to name a few! We are recognized for our leadership and subject matter expertise across a variety of industries.
 
 The PMA Consultants (PMA) Mid-Atlantic Team is a vibrant, dynamic team dedicated to providing exceptional service in owner’s project management, project controls, scheduling, risk management, and claims avoidance to large, complex infrastructure projects. We have been the recipient of a number of awards for projects managed over the years, including ENR top 40 multiple times and various CMAA awards. Our relationships with our clients have been long-standing.
 
Position Summary:
 
Provide administrative support for $2bil Construction project management efforts. Organize and keep track of project details, and document versions, and revisions, meeting submittal deadlines. Produce and collate reports and presentations and coordinate with a variety of stakeholders within the PMA team as well as vendors.
 
 
 Position Requirements:
 
•Business administrative capability typically acquired by a Bachelor’s degree and 3 to 5 years of administrative responsibilities.
•Construction industry experience preferred
•Must have demonstrated capability with Microsoft Office applications such as Excel and Word
•Demonstrated ability to communicate (both written and verbal) in support of team coordination and negotiation duties.
 
 PMA offers competitive wages and comprehensive benefits including medical, prescription, dental, vision, time off with pay, 401(k) with company match, life, disability, and professional development reimbursement. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, or national origin. Qualified female and minority applicants are encouraged to apply.
 
 EOE including persons with disabilities and veterans. 
 
 VEVRAA Federal Contractor. 
 
Employer PMA Consultants
Job Title Construction Change Order Specialist
Level Entry (0-5 years)
How to Apply Apply here
Deadline 09/30/2019
Job ID 2019-MA-022
Description
PMA Consultants is a national Project Management/Construction Management consulting firm consistently achieving top rankings in Engineering News Record (ENR). We specialize in project management and program management with subspecialties in project controls, project scheduling, risk management, and claims avoidance,just to name a few! We are recognized for our leadership and subject matter expertise across a variety of industries.
 
This position is an addition to the team due to growth for a long-term (3 years remaining) $2 billion rail project. 
 
A diverse and inclusive company. PMA encourages and promotes professional development with a shared goal; to bean innovative, trusted, professional project management firm providing exceptional value to all our clients.
 
PMA is committed to this client and transportation project involves 4 years of heavy construction and another year until Final Acceptance.  This is a Design-Build Project, and change management expected to be quite active.  Work location is in Westbury, Long Island, NY
 
Responsibilities:
 
•Effectively communicate with technical leads to fully identify potential changes and scope impacts.
•Ability to identify/understand the status of all outstanding potential changes, keep track of them (we have a tracking system) and report the information at a high level for senior management.
•Review contract language to identify scope changes 
•Prepare request for proposals, providing analysis and review during negotiations, and preparing change orders.
•Persistent and dedicated individual to ensure logs/databases, records/files are accurate and up-to-date.  
 
Requirements:
 
•Bachelor’s degree in Construction Management or other related field
•Two to four years of Experience with the change management process. 
•An understanding of all change issues, and the ability to spot potential inconsistencies, ask questions, and obtain resolution.
•Expert level Excel and Word skills including strong writing skills
 
PMA offers competitive wages and comprehensive benefits including medical, prescription, dental, vision, time off with pay, 401(k) with company match, life, disability, and professional development reimbursement. Qualified applicants will receive consideration without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, sexual orientation, gender identity, veteran status, or disability.
 
EOE including persons with disabilities and veterans. 
 
Employer PMA Consultants
Job Title Construction Claims Manager
Level Intermediate (5-10 years)
How to Apply Apply here
Deadline 09/30/2019
Job ID 2019-MA-020
Description
PMA Consultants is a national Project Management/Construction Management consulting firm consistently achieving top rankings in Engineering News Record (ENR). We specialize in project management and program management with subspecialties in project controls, project scheduling, risk management, and claims avoidance, just to name a few! We are recognized for our leadership and subject matter expertise across a variety of industries.
 
As a diverse and inclusive company, PMA encourages and promotes professional development with a shared goal; to be an innovative, trusted, professional project management firm providing exceptional value to all our clients.
 
Position Summary
 
In this specialized role you will provide construction change and issue resolution management for mega infrastructure construction projects (in excess of $2 billion). These complex projects involve new construction as well as retrofitting into existing facilities, systems installations, architectural finishes, MEP work, and power and security control components. You will be involved with time and materials changes, forward priced and negotiated changes and negotiations. Make merit determination recommendations and develop modification terms. Assist in preparation of positions for negotiations or presentations before the Dispute Resolution Board, the Chief Engineer or in other settlement forums.
 
Position Requirements​
 
•Bachelor's or advanced degree in Engineering, Construction Management, Law, Business Administration or related field
•Must have a minimum of five (5) years of related experience in Change Order Management, including negotiations and cost/benefit analysis
•Demonstrated communication skills, both written and verbal and presentation and negotiation skills
•Demonstrated ability to work in a team environment
•Mastery of Critical Path Method (CPM) a plus.
•Experience working on construction projects valued at $100M or greater
 
PMA offers competitive wages and comprehensive benefits including medical, prescription, dental, vision, time off with pay, 401(k) with company match, life, disability, and professional development reimbursement. Qualified applicants will receive consideration without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, sexual orientation, gender identity, veteran status, or disability.
 
EOE including persons with disabilities and veterans. 
 
VEVRAA Federal Contractor
 
Employer PMA Consultants
Job Title Scheduling Engineer
Level Intermediate (5-10 years)
How to Apply Apply here
Deadline 09/30/2019
Job ID 2019-MA-005
Description
PMA Consultants is a national Project Management/Construction Management consulting firm consistently achieving top rankings in Engineering News Record (ENR). We specialize in project management and program management with subspecialties in project controls, project scheduling, risk management, and claims avoidance, just to name a few! We are recognized for our leadership and subject matter expertise across a variety of industries.
 
Due to a promotion, we have a key role open for Scheduling Engineer for a long-standing client with a number of large-scale complex, capital projects underway in the Metropolitan NYC area.  We value career-minded professionals who aspire to cultivate successful and enduring careers with us, and we have a great track record of working with our staff to nurture meaningful career arcs across industries and geographies.
 
Position Summary:
 
Perform Project Controls/Scheduling activities as part of a smart, seasoned, collaborative team ensuring accurate, timely forecasting and project shepherding. Ensure smooth, effective communication with the client and liaise internally with the executive management team, presenting periodic reporting and updates. 
 
Work with the Project Team to oversee the design and construction work of a complex civil project.  The successful candidate will interact with client and contractor teams to review schedule progress for reporting to key stakeholders.  Assist the management team in developing mitigation strategies to overcome delays to the project if they occur.  Assist other project controls staff in developing and reporting on key performance indicators.  
 
Position Requirements:
 
•Knowledge and capability managing integrated project controls on large-scale construction projects typically acquired by a Bachelor’s degree in a related field and 5 years related experience 
•Demonstrated expertise with Primavera P6 or similar scheduling software
•Demonstrated ability to communicate professionally (both written and verbal) and develop productive relationships internally and externally and develop business opportunities
•Experience negotiating and analyzing delay claims and participating in risk assessments is a plus.
 
PMA offers competitive wages and comprehensive benefits including medical, prescription, dental, vision, time off with pay, 401(k) with company match, life, disability, and professional development reimbursement. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, or national origin. Qualified female and minority applicants are encouraged to apply.
 
EOE including persons with disabilities and veterans. 
 
VEVRAA Federal Contractor. 
 
Employer Envision Consultants, Ltd.
Job Title Document Control Manager - Hoboken, NJ
Level Entry (0-5 years)
How to Apply Apply here
Deadline 06/17/2019
Job ID  
Description
Document Control Manager - AEC Industry
Hoboken, NJ (Field Site)
 
Summary/Objective
The document control manager position is responsible for overseeing all processes involved in the smooth delivery and recording of all project documents. Accountable to implement and maintain the assigned database ensuring the integrity of documents throughout the project’s lifecycle. This position assists in educating staff to ensure configuration document flow runs smoothly in accordance with established document control procedures. Assist the project team members in regular internal departmental audits, document inventories and assurance of parity between the document management system and the project repository. This is a two and a half year construction project.
 
Essential Functions
Ensures the control and integrity of the assigned database and repository document numbering register.
Ensures current master copies of baseline documents are maintained and available on the assigned database; the project document repository system and hard copy files.
Assists in performing regular audits on database systems and procedures and when required, reconcile records by correcting duplication/obsolescence of document numbers and maintaining the necessary cross reference history database.
Assists in the control of new and revised baseline documents, ensuring all current approved documents are available, maintained and accurate.
Maintains contacts and working relationships with external (i.e. contractors, consultant) counterparts to allow smooth flow of information between parties and quality in metadata systems for quick/accurate retrieval of information/data and resolution of inquiries.
Provides support, advice and direction to managers and relevant area leads to ensure all baseline documents are formatted, prepared and approved in accordance with established procedures and guidelines.
Assures document quality to include completeness, accuracy and compliance with established document management policies and procedures.
Assists and supports field site staff when necessary and requested to meet project deliverables.
Competencies
Organizational Skills
Project Management
Thoroughness & Flexibility
Technical Capacity
Customer Service Skills
Ability to work effectively with a Team and as an Individual contributor
Excellent verbal and written communication skills
Preferred Education and Experience
Bachelor Degree in an Engineering, Construction, Business or Information Systems required (Associate Degree in Construction Management will be considered)
2 – 5 years’ working experience in the AEC Industry.
Construction field experience a must (Internships and/or Co-Op Field Experience Accepted)
Must be familiar with Construction Terminology
Experience in the use of Procore Construction Management System and Open Text Enterprise Content Management System (ECMS) a plus
Must be proficient in Microsoft Office Suite (Word, Outlook, Excel, Access) and Adobe
Job Type
Full-Time Position
 
Benefits
Envision Consultants, Ltd. offers a competitive salary and a comprehensive benefits package.
Employer Port Authority of NY & NJ
Job Title Construction Inspector
Level Entry (0-5 years)
How to Apply Apply here
Deadline 05/06/2019
Job ID 34723
Description

Reporting to the Program Manager, the selected candidate will be responsible to monitor, document and administer construction contract work and activities related to the World Trade Center Flood Mitigation and Resiliency Improvements Program, including but not limited to handling and review of design and construction submittals, RFI’s, construction plans and coordination of associated comments and responses; participation in the site coordination and construction meetings and resolution of construction issues; management and scheduling of code required and contract required tests and inspections; handling of construction change orders, review and verification of work-in-place for payment requisitions; preparation of daily narratives and weekly meeting and report updates; scheduling and attendance at partial/final Inspections, coordinating the attendance with other Port Authority departments, handling of non-conformances and punch list work, and assistance in the project and contract close-outs.

Employer R.M. Chin & Associates, Inc. 
Job Title Senior Project Manager
Level Intermediate (5-10 years); Experienced (10-15 years)
How to Apply Eileen Chin, President
Deadline 06/01/2019
Job ID  
Description

R.M. Chin & Associates, Inc. a Chicago based Women/Minority Owned firm with a national presence in aviation is seeking a Senior Project Manager to oversee projects at both LaGuardia and JFK Airports.

Ideal candidate would have:

1. Knowledgeable of airport and airline functions.

2. Knowledge of airline operational needs and construction in an operating airport environment.

3. Knowledge of construction management process

4. Experience in the development of project budgets, schedules and phasing.

Candidate will work directly with airline user groups, external stakeholders and the Port Authority of New York / New Jersey (PANYNJ).

Excellent communications skills are required. Candidate will work directly with the firm's leadership to ensure project success and continued growth opportunities in the NY/NJ area. 

Employer NYC-DOT
Job Title Highway Transportation Specialist
Level Intermediate (5-10 years)
How to Apply Apply here
Deadline 04/30/2019
Job ID 384363  
Description
NYC DOT Division of Traffic Operations is seeking an experienced candidate to serve as a Highway Transportation Specialist in the Signals and ITS unit. The Highway Transportation Specialist will be involved in the development and maintenance of the city’s extensive network of Transit Signal Priority (TSP), Real Time Passenger Information (RTPI) and Wayfinder systems. Under supervision, the Highway Transportation Specialist will develop complex traffic simulation models in Aimsun, VISSIM, or similar software to support Vision Zero and TSP projects throughout New York City. Additional responsibilities include: project scoping and development , cost proposal and contract documents review, technical feasibility planning, operational support and troubleshooting of deployed ITS assets, planning and scheduling of installation or repair work, evaluation of system performance metrics, QA/QC, serve as DOT liaison to partner agencies and elected officials, and other related duties.
Employer NYCEDC
Job Title Analyst - Ports & Transportation
Level Entry (0-5 years)
How to Apply Apply here
Deadline 04/30/2019
Job ID  
Description
This full-time Analyst/Project Manager position will be in the Ports and Transportation Department as part of team of waterfront/waterways and freight planners, alongside passenger transportation planners, and development and infrastructure planners. The position being hired for will work with colleagues to imagine, implement, and problem solve innovative ways to facilitate movement of goods and people in NYC’s complex coastal and urban environment. The team provides waterfront environmental, freight/supply chain, and passenger transportation expertise to the Corporation and agencies across the City. This is a junior project development and management position with considerable responsibility and opportunity for growth. The ideal candidate will have some relevant professional and/or academic experience, interest in waterfront and waterway, transportation, freight, and environmental planning, and an ability to take initiative and quickly increase their expertise and role.
Employer AECOM
Job Title Transportation Planner
Level Entry (0-5 years)
How to Apply Apply here
Deadline 04/30/2019
Job ID 209047BR  
Description
Aecom is seeking a Transportation Planner to conduct alternatives analysis for transportation planning related projects including roadway, transit and aviation projects. Projects may including Transportation Policy Analysis, Transportation & Transit Planning Studies, traffic analysis and policy support tasks. Development of data collection programs for traffic and transit related projects, and research planning alternatives and analyses for transportation related planning projects
Employer NJ Transit
Job Title Manager, Transportation Geographic Information Systems (GIS)
Level Intermediate (5-10 years)
How to Apply Apply here
Deadline 04/30/2019
Job ID  
Description
Serves as GIS technical lead for support of NJ TRANSIT software applications and programs, including Automated Transit Information System (ATIS); Bus Stop Inventory (BSI); the Smart Bus Program; HASTUS Bus Scheduling; Transit Map web application and data input for Google Maps, njtransit.com, and Access Link. Provides technical support and expertise as required.Manages staff, consultants and contractor activity regarding development of geographic bus operations data that serves as key input for software programs throughout the agency. Ensures data output is accurate and data development workflows are completed within prescribed timeframes.Oversight of the following Oracle-based applications are included; 1) geocoding bus operating patterns in Geomedia Transportation Manager; 2) Pattern Stop Process deployment (generate bus stop sequences for each bus operating pattern); 3) GIS Loader deployment (stop to stop distances for input in the Smart Bus Program); 4) Bus Stop Mapping Program (field mapping of new and relocated NJ TRANSIT bus stops); and 5) integration of geocoded bus data with updated versions of the Navteq street dataset using Geomedia Transportation Manager and Fusion software.Prepares schedules, budgets and technical scopes of work for task order solicitation as required for procurement of consultant professional services.Serves as technical liaison with IS staff and consultants for preparation of Oracle SQL procedures, views and scripts as required for support of GIS database applications.Evaluates progress and results, and recommends changes and procedures of assigned projects.Acts as liaison with other departments, agencies and consultants in support of internal and external initiatives.
Employer Stevens Institute of Technology
Job Title Transportation Demand Management Manager
Level Intermediate (5-10 years)
How to Apply Apply here
Deadline 04/01/2019
Job ID  
Description
The Transportation Demand Management Manager (TDM Manager) will be responsible for all aspects of Parking and TDM, including the Campus Shuttle System, to and on campus.
Will manage day-to-day Parking and TDM and develop, monitor, and oversee the effectiveness and the implementation of the University’s programs to reduce single occupancy vehicles arriving at the Stevens campus.
Oversees all aspects of Transportation Demand Management (TDM) programs at Stevens by collecting data to evaluate transportation usage, promoting alternative transportation options, and working with community leaders to communicate effects of transportation issues in the surrounding areas.
Plays a key role in the development and implementation of the initiatives identified in the University’s TDM Plan.
Leads initiatives associated with multimodal transportation needs of the University community.
PRINCIPAL RESPONSIBILITIES (Includes some or all of the following) 1.
Manage all aspects of Parking and TDM on campus, including permitting for faculty, staff, students, guests, and event parking.
Coordinate with Campus Police, the Office of University Events and other stakeholders to ensure parking policies are effectively communicated and enforced.
 
Manage the Campus Shuttle operation, working with our outside vendor to maintain, as well as optimize, the service for a safe, efficient, and effective program.
 
Develops, implements, and oversees TDM programs that increase the use of alternative transportation methods.
Assists in communicating objectives, proposes policy changes, and develops plans and programs that minimize traffic flow and parking demand in and around the campus.
 
Develops and implements surveys or control studies to evaluate proposed and current TDM program components.
Gathers, compiles, and analyzes data to identify a variety of commuting and long-term planning options.
Conducts program analysis to evaluate the attractiveness and effectiveness of TDM programs.
Performs feasibility studies by modeling and forecasting a variety of transportation alternatives and issues.
 
Proactively communicates and promotes alternative transportation initiatives to students and the Stevens community.
Attends meetings, delivers presentations, and/or hosts events that convey alternative transportation programs, options, and incentives.
Works with staff, students and community groups and regional agencies to meet transportation goals.
Promotes Campus Bike and Alternative Transportation incentive programs.
 
Plans and develops program criteria to ensure strategies are meeting program objectives.
Evaluates the TDM plan and develops criteria to ensure that strategies are meeting tangible outcomes in relation to the financial investment required to sustain the program.
 
Works with staff, students, consultants, and the community to ensure TDM goals are aligned with transportation needs; this includes working with various community agencies and groups on alternative transportation options.
Interacts frequently with other college departments and private contractors, develops and maintains a variety of professional relationships.
 
Defines Stevens’ transportation planning problems and priorities and their relationship to areas adjacent to the Stevens campus.
Prepares reports, recommendations, and presentations on TDM program planning, intended outcomes and success measures.
 
Develops an annual and interim Parking and TDM report to summarize population and parking data for the current enrollment year as well as projections for the following years.
Collects and summarizes data on population, parking permit requests, parking supply, parking demand, and TDM policies.
 
Documents and evaluates transportation project needs and costs.
Works with Parking and Transportation partners to develop the program budget.
Conducts analysis of program costs and resources needed to implement new programs.
 
Leads student workers and volunteers in programs that promote TDM projects and incentives.
Requirements:
  • Bachelor’s degree in planning, public administration, or a related field.
  • Three years of experience working in urban, transportation, or land use planning.
  • Relevant experience may substitute for the degree requirement on a year-for-year basis.
  • Demonstrated experience in project planning and coordination.
  • Experience in promoting sustainable initiatives as it pertains to alternative transportation options.
  • Knowledge of commute trip reduction programs, ridesharing systems, regional initiatives, and funding opportunities.
  • Knowledge of team leadership methods, goal setting, and project management theories.
  • Knowledge and understanding of transportation issues and Hoboken’s transportation networks.
  • Knowledge of planning methodologies such as data collection, forecasting, modeling, and alternative analysis techniques.
  • Knowledge of Microsoft Office computer programs.
  • Strong skills in project coordination, program planning, and implementation.
  • Effective written and verbal communications in presenting data, reports, and other information.
  • Strong verbal, writing, interpersonal and analytical skills.
  • Strong commitment to reducing auto trips and promoting transportation options for the Stevens community.
  • Ability to coordinate and work with program committees.
  • Ability to develop and maintain systems.
 
Employer HNTB
Job Title Ground Transportation Project Manager - (GTC) Aviation
Level Experienced (10-15 years)
How to Apply Apply here
Deadline 04/01/2019
Job ID  
Description
Job Summary
 
Responsible for the leadership and management of team in support of the project’s profitable operation. Responsible for proactively managing the projects technical budget (direct labor and expenses, including technical sub-consultants), schedule, technical requirements, contractual obligations, project communications and HNTB’s 4 for 4 (Consistent delivery of quality work, on time, on budget and to the client’s satisfaction on every project) performance. Responsible for gross revenue of $10M-30M.
 
Essential Responsibility
 
  •     Actively manages project scope, schedule and budget. Serves as the primary client liaison to bring the schedule, budgets and scope of work to completion and to the client’s satisfaction.
  •     Implements the firm’s project delivery plan using HNTB’s Sophisticated Delivery Approach (SDA) on each project.
  •     Develops project scope and fee quotation, and assists in the preparation of proposals and contracts.
  •     Provides oversight and monitoring of work to less experienced project managers. Coordinates work efforts and review work performed. Schedules and manages for integration of quality management during all phases of a project.
  •     Oversees project staffing with departments, offices and divisions.
  •     Performs other duties as assigned.
 
Additional Responsibilities
 
  • Manage and oversee the GTC program and projects for the JFK Redevelopment Program
  • Basic Qualification
  • Bachelor's degree in Engineering
  • 16 years related experience
  • In lieu of education, 20 years related experience
  • Preferred Qualification/Skills
  • PE / AICP
  • Aviation / Airport experience is strongly preferred
 
General Work Conditions
 
Combination Office and Field Environment: Most work is performed in an office environment in which there is only minimal exposure to potentially unpleasant working conditions. Incumbent must have the ability to stand and sit frequently and reach horizontally as well as vertically for overhead use. Work may infrequently be performed at client’s job site, construction trailer, and in the field. Work may sometimes require working in inclement weather, working in a construction site, being exposed to heavy construction equipment and doing extensive walking. Adherence to applicable safety protocol is required.
 
Employer VHB
Job Title Transportation/Traffic Engineer
Level Entry (0-5 years)
How to Apply Apply here
Deadline 04/30/2019
Job ID  
Description
 VHB is seeking a highly-qualified Transportation /Traffic Engineer to work in our Hauppauge, NY or our White P lains office. This is an exciting opportunity to work within a dynamic team, across diverse disciplines, giving you exposure to a wide variety of projects in size and scope. VHB is consistently been rated as one of the top Engineering firms to work for up and down the East coast, was awarded “Employer of the Year” by WTS in 2018, and has a 100% CEO approval rating on Glassdoor.
 
Candidates should have a strong background in traffic engineering, traffic operations, and transportation planning to support the development of traffic impact studies and planning studies. In this role, you would perform traffic operation analysis using Synchro and SIM traffic, and support VHB Transportation Project Managers in the preparation of Traffic and Parking analyses. Experience working with both public and private sector clients is a plus.
 
VHB’s passionate professionals include engineers, scientists, planners, and designers who partner with public and private clients in the transportation, real estate, institutional, and energy industries, as well as federal, state, and local governments. Together, we work to improve mobility, enhance communities and economic vitality, and balance development and infrastructure need with environmental stewardship.
 
Employer Federal Highway Administration
Job Title Performance Manager
Level Intermediate (5-10 years); Experienced (10-15 years); Advanced (15 years)
How to Apply Apply here
Deadline 03/07/2019;Default is three months from the date this form is submitted : 03/10/2019
Job ID 525389800
Description
 Lead Transportation Specialist - Planning and Program Development
Employer Jacobs
Job Title various
Level Intermediate (5-10 years); Experienced (10-15 years)
How to Apply Apply here
Deadline 03/31/2019
Job ID  
Description
The Jacobs office in New York City is experiencing an exciting time of growth and we were just named No. 1 in Fortune’s list of 2019 World's Most Admired Companies!   Our employees work to shape the communities we live in by creating world-class projects that transform the future development patterns of those communities so please explore becoming part of the team in one of these capacities:
 
�         Coastal EIT/PE
 
�         Control Systems Field Engineer
 
�         Electrical Engineer
 
�         Geotechnical EIT
 
�         Mechanical Engineer- Mission Critical
 
�         Project Engineer- Green Infrastructure 
 
�         Project Manager- Transit/Rail
 
�         Inside Sales Coordinator
 
�         Insides Sales/Marketing Manager
 
�         Resident Engineering/Project Manager- Green Infrastructure
 
�         Sr Structural Engineer/Manager
 
To learn more about these roles and complete list of our openings, please visit us online and to be considered apply accordingly with your updated resume. 
Employer Northeast Corridor Commission
Job Title Project Manager
Level Intermediate (5-10 years)
How to Apply Apply here
Deadline 02/28/2019
Job ID Project Mgr - 90250665 - New York or Washington, DC (39922)
Description
The Northeast Corridor Commission is seeking a highly motivated candidate to join its hard-working and enthusiastic staff. The Commission was established by Congress in the Passenger Rail Investment and Improvement Act of 2008 to coordinate the agencies that share the region’s core rail network. While the Commission has been administratively hosted by Amtrak since 2011, its staff is an independent team of transportation professionals.
 
This position will support the Commission’s service and infrastructure planning activities. A key focus will be developing plans and processes to support early-phase implementation of the vision for commuter and intercity service defined by the Selected Alternative in the Federal Railroad Administration’s (FRA) NEC FUTURE Tier 1 Environmental Impact Statement. The position will support a consensus-driven planning process for NECC stakeholders, requiring extensive participation by the eight commuter railroads that operate on the Northeast Corridor, Amtrak, state departments of transportation, and USDOT.
 
This position will also support the alignment of service and infrastructure planning activities with ongoing NECC initiatives including, but not limited to, the development of five-year Capital Investment Plans, One-Year Implementation Plans, quarterly and annual reports, and implementation of the NEC Commuter and Intercity Rail Cost Allocation Policy.
 
This position is intended to be located in New York or Washington, DC. 
Employer Jacobs
Job Title various
Level Intermediate (5-10 years); Experienced (10-15 years)
How to Apply Apply here
Deadline 03/31/2019
Job ID  
Description
The Jacobs office in New York City is experiencing an exciting time of growth and we were just named No. 1 in Fortune’s list of 2019 World's Most Admired Companies!   Our employees work to shape the communities we live in by creating world-class projects that transform the future development patterns of those communities so please explore becoming part of the team in one of these capacities:
 
�         Coastal EIT/PE
 
�         Control Systems Field Engineer
 
�         Electrical Engineer
 
�         Geotechnical EIT
 
�         Mechanical Engineer- Mission Critical
 
�         Project Engineer- Green Infrastructure 
 
�         Project Manager- Transit/Rail
 
�         Inside Sales Coordinator
 
�         Insides Sales/Marketing Manager
 
�         Resident Engineering/Project Manager- Green Infrastructure
 
�         Sr Structural Engineer/Manager
 
To learn more about these roles and complete list of our openings, please visit us online and to be considered apply accordingly with your updated resume. 
Employer Fitzgerald & Halliday, Inc
Job Title Transportation Project Manager
Level Experienced (10-15 years)
How to Apply Send resume transportation@fhiplan.com or Claudia Massie, 416 Asylum Street, Hartford, CT  06103.  Fitzgerald & Halliday, Inc. is an EEO/AA /VEV/Disabled employer.
Deadline 02/28/2019
Job ID Transportation Project Manager
Description
Fitzgerald & Halliday, Inc. (FHI) is a team of planners, engineers, designers, scientists, GIS analysts, and administrative personnel dedicated to providing mobility planning, community planning, environmental services, and public involvement services. Now in our 31st year, and spanning multiple offices in exciting urban centers, we lead and partner on innovative projects across the Northeast and Mid-Atlantic. FHI’s core values guide all we do. We combine our technical planning skills with customized, highly-responsive client services. Our staff share a passion, energy, and commitment to improving our communities. 
FHI is seeking an experienced Project Manager for transportation projects in our Mobility Service Line. The best candidate will have a passion for livable communities and safe, efficient, and equitable transportation options. Candidates should be experienced in a variety of disciplines, with emphasis on any combination of transit planning, transportation engineering, and bicycle/pedestrian and multi-modal planning.  Successful candidates will also be strong communicators, comfortable and well-versed in innovative and comprehensive public outreach efforts to support our work.  
 
We are looking for someone with 10 years minimum experience, project management experience, and a proven record of developing and implementing innovative transportation planning projects in a range of physical and institutional environments for public and private sector clients. 
 
Responsibilities include: 
  • Manage all aspects of Mobility projects both in and outside of NYC, including successful management of project budgets, schedules, and high-quality project delivery 
  • Lead transportation planning efforts including public transit operations, roadway design, pedestrian and bicycle facilities, etc. 
  • Author and manage the development of technical analyses, project reports, presentations, and other deliverables 
  • Lead a project team, exhibiting proficiency in public speaking and meeting facilitation for a variety of clients (federal, state, regional, municipal agencies/stakeholder groups) 
  • Collaborate with clients and agencies on project development and planning 
  • Digest complex and multifaceted concepts and direct graphic designers and project staff on development of effective communication tools including infographics, website content, presentations, etc. 
  • Lead business development efforts and proposal activities that includes guiding preparation of proposal and presentation materials 
  • Experience working with disenfranchised and traditionally under-represented populations 
  • Represent and uphold FHI’s core values of collaboration, innovation, and passion to enhance the communities in which we work 
Desired Skills Experience: 
  • 10 years experience in a business/consulting environment, city/regional/urban planning, civil engineering, or related field 
  • Bachelor’s Degree minimum 
  • Leadership and project management experience 
  • Business development experience 
  • Excellent communication skills with strong written, oral, editing, and analytical abilities  
  • Strong interpersonal skills; interested in working in dynamic, collaborative studio environment 
  • Proficient with Microsoft Office Suite; basic understanding of Adobe Creative Suite (InDesign) and visual graphic design a plus 
  • Functional abilities in AutoCAD, ArcGIS, SketchUp, or similar design tools (VISSIM experience a plus) 
  • Knowledge of innovative community engagement tools, including websites and a variety of survey instruments 
  • Background in the transportation industry, urban planning/design, land use, or related field a plus 
  • Willingness to attend evening meetings and travel on project-related business  
  • Multilingual ability an asset 
  • Valid Driver’s License 
This is an excellent opportunity for a highly-motivated creative individual who welcomes working in a collaborative environment. FHI is proud to offer rewarding professional experiences with opportunities for professional development. Salary commensurate with experience.   
Employer Third Track Expansion Design Team
Job Title Recruitment Event
Level Entry (0-5 years);Intermediate (5-10 years);Experienced (10-15 years)
How to Apply The LIRR 3rd Track Expansion Design Team invites you to our upcoming recruitment event Tuesday, February 5th, 2019, 9 am – 12 pm 900 Merchants Concourse, Suite 104 Westbury, NY 11590
Deadline 02/05/2019 ; Default is three months from the date this form is submitted : 02/05/2019
Job ID Recruitment event
Description
We are looking for: 
• Civil Design Engineers (Civil 3D)
• Construction Support Services – Civil Engineers
• Electrical Design Engineers (stations, electrical transmission &
distribution, traction power)
• Design Architects (design with AutoCAD/Revit; contract drawing and
specification preparation; construction support services)
• Construction Support Services – Mechanical Engineers
• Senior Lighting Designer – Revit and lighting calculation skills required
• Lighting Design Assistant – Revit and lighting calculation skills required
• Graphic Designer – Adobe suite (Photoshop, InDesign), and animation
Employer Port Authority of NY & NJ
Job Title Interagency Planning Manager
Level Intermediate (5-10 years)
How to Apply Apply here
Deadline 02/09/2019 ; Default is three months from the date this form is submitted : 02/09/2019
Job ID 33967
Description
The Planning & Regional Development Department is looking for an Interagency Planning Manager to join their team! Reporting directly to the General Manager Regional Transportation Policy, the selected candidate will be responsible for a range of assignments to support effective coordination of the agency’s planning and project development priorities.  
 
This position plays an ongoing role in projecting PANYNJ initiatives and priorities in official regional planning venues, and in assuring that PANYNJ management and line departments are aware of planning and transportation policy initiatives by others, (including Regional and Federal Agencies) that may affect PANYNJ facilities, tenants, and customers.
 
Candidates should have a Graduate degree in urban planning, or related field and a minimum five years of professional experience in planning or related area; with demonstrated experience in regional planning. Candidates with knowledge of NYNJ Region with an emphasis on Transportation Policy are highly preferred
 
Employer United States Department of Transportation
Job Title 2019 Summer Transportation Internship Program for Diverse Groups (STIPDG)
Level Entry (0-5 years)
How to Apply Apply here
Deadline 01/22/2019 ; Default is three months from the date this form is submitted : 01/22/2019
Job ID 2019 STIPDG Internship Program
Description
Internship Period: June 3rd - August 9th, 2019
The Summer Transportation Internship Program for Diverse Groups (STIPDG) provides a unique opportunity to gain valuable professional experience and skills that will complement your academic pursuits. This hands-on program is designed to mentor and cultivate tomorrow's leaders, strengthen their understanding of the transportation industry and prepare them for future public service opportunities.
 
The STIPDG is a paid internship program open to all qualified candidates without regard to their race, gender, color, religion, sexual orientation, national origin, age, physical or mental disability, veteran status, or any other characteristic prohibited by state or local law.
 
The STIPDG accepts students from any and all academic majors. 
(A) THE STIPDG PROGRAM OBJECTIVE
The U.S. Department of Transportation (U.S. DOT), Federal Highway Administration’s (FHWA) Office of Innovative Program Delivery is accepting applications for the 2019  STIPDG Internship Program. The objective of the STIPDG is to provide college/university students with hands-on experience and on-the-job training while working on current transportation-related topics and issues. The STIPDG is open to all qualified applicants but is designed to provide qualified women, persons with disabilities, and members of diverse groups with summer opportunities in transportation where these groups have been under-represented.
Please refer to the information below for the "STIPDG Eligibility Requirements" and the "How to Apply for the STIPDG/Application Requirements.”
 
(B) THE STIPDG ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS
Applicants must be U.S. Citizens.
Applicants must be currently enrolled in degree-granting programs of study at accredited U.S. institutions of higher education recognized by the U.S. Department of Education (visit https://ope.ed.gov/accreditation/search.aspx to verify your school and/or program of study). 
Undergraduate applicants must be juniors or seniors for the upcoming Fall Semester. Undergraduate applicants from Junior, Tribal, or Community Colleges must have completed their first year.
Graduate applicants must be enrolled in the upcoming Fall Semester. 
Law applicants must be entering their second or third year of law school in the upcoming Fall Semester.
Applicants who are scheduled to graduate during the Spring or Summer Semesters of this academic year are not eligible for consideration for the STIPDG unless: (1) they have been accepted for graduate school enrollment; (2) they have been accepted for enrollment at an institution of higher education; or (3) their acceptance is pending. In all instances, the applicant must submit with their completed application, all required documentation (with the school's logo) reflecting their status. There will be no exceptions.
Former STIPDG interns may apply but will not necessarily receive preferential consideration.
 
Applicants will be evaluated based on the "completeness" of the application and the Required Documents listed below. Priority will be given to those with GPA's of 3.0 or better (for the Major and/or Cumulative).
Applicants must be available and able to participate through the duration of the 10-week program.
 
Applicants must submit a completed application, to the webpage listed above, no later than January 22, 2019.
Upon acceptance into the program, participants are required to go through a background investigation to determine suitability to work for U.S. DOT. Participants will also be required to sign a Code of Conduct and a Participant Agreement. 
 
The United States Government does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, national origin, political affiliation, sexual orientation, marital status, disability, age, membership in an employee organization, or other non-merit factor. The STIPDG is open to all applicants based on the eligibility requirements above and based on the merit and completeness of the "Required Documents" requested under section "C." 
 
(C) HOW TO APPLY FOR THE STIPDG/APPLICATION REQUIREMENTS
To receive consideration and review, applicants must complete and submit all required information and documents as listed below to the online application. Refer any questions or inquiries regarding your application to the Washington Center for Internships and Academic Seminars (TWC) at (202) 238-7900 or DOTSTIPDG@twc.edu.
The STIPDG Application - (http://stipdg.e.twc.edu/); fully address the information requested.
Copy of Your Transcript/Grade Record/Report - submit your most recent reflecting your Cumulative GPA. Priority will be given to Applicants with GPA's of 3.0 or better. Unofficial transcripts are acceptable but should clearly display the applicant’s first and last name, and school logo. 
One Reference - print the form contained within the online application, have it completed by a department chair, professor, advisor, or employer to include comments, if possible and submit it with your application.
Your Resume - submit one reflecting work experience, volunteerism, awards, leadership, and extra-curricular activities; preferable supporting the type of transportation experience you are seeking.
A Writing Sample - Undergraduate Students: submit a typed essay, one-page, double-spaced, minimum 12-point type, on your transportation interests, describing how your participation in the STIPDG will enhance your educational and career plans and goals.
Graduate Students: submit a writing sample (not to exceed 2 pages) representing your educational and career plans and goals.
Law Students: submit a legal writing sample (not to exceed 5 pages).
Application documents can also be mailed to:
STIPDG Internship Program
The Washington Center for Internships and Academic Seminars
1333 16th Street, NW
Washington, DC 20036
 
Special Notes/Suggestions:
Applicants who fail to submit a COMPLETE application online by the closing date will not receive consideration, review, or be forwarded for selection.
All applicants are encouraged to mark/identify as many occupations, offices, interests and geographical locations as applicable to your career goals. By marking more than one interest and geographical location, you are increasing your opportunities for placement.
 
(D) HOW THE STIPDG APPLICANTS WILL BE EVALUATED/SELECTED
The STIPDG Program accepts anywhere from 80 to 100 students, including Law, Graduate, and Undergraduate rising juniors and seniors from across the country. Applications will be reviewed and evaluated by the FHWA’s Office of Innovative Program Delivery and U.S. DOT sponsoring offices for merit and completeness of the required documents as listed in section “C.” 
Students apply to the STIPDG program in general and should indicate the following in their online applications: 
Programs/areas of interest; 
Geographic preferences; and 
U.S. DOT Operating Administrations (to learn more about the different U.S. DOT Operating Administrations, please visit https://www.transportation.gov/). 
U.S. DOT sponsoring offices are encouraged to interview candidates either in person, if feasible, or via phone. Please note interviews are not guaranteed. Also, where possible, applicants will be matched to an internship assignment based on the criteria above and/or their academic majors. If students cannot be matched with a project based on the criteria above and/or their academic major, applicants may be considered for other internship assignments.
U.S. DOT sponsoring offices will provide their selections to FHWA’s Office of Innovative Program Delivery. Selected applicants will receive a written offer letter via email and have three (3) business days to either accept or decline the offer. Note: Program participants will be required to sign a Code of Conduct and Participant Agreement.
 
(E) THE STIPDG DEADLINE FOR SELECTING PARTICIPANTS
Selections will begin no later than mid-March and continue until all internship positions have been filled. All students will be notified of their status in writing via email no later than May 1. 
 
(F) About the STIPDG PROGRAM EXPERIENCE: BENEFITS
The STIPDG is a critical component of the U.S. DOT/FHWA's student recruitment efforts. The STIPDG is committed to ensuring a quality experience in transportation. The program is unique because of the many program benefits and features that are listed below.
STIPDG PARTICIPANTS' BENEFITS
STIPDG Stipends: The STIPDG experience is a special training opportunity and not a Federal job; participants are employees of TWC. Law and Graduate participants will receive a total stipend not-to-exceed $5,000, and Undergraduate participants will receive a total stipend not-to-exceed $4,000, for their 10 weeks. The bi-weekly stipends are subject to taxation in accordance with the Internal Revenue Service, and are distributed via the payroll account of TWC. TWC also will be responsible for forwarding a W-4 and I-9 to all STIPDG participants for that tax year.
 
STIPDG Housing: During the program, participants will reside in housing procured by TWC. TWC is responsible for coordinating and paying for all housing for STIPDG participants. TWC, not the student, is responsible for all STIPDG housing arrangements. TWC verifies with the FHWA that the housing is decent, safe, FEMA-approved, and ADA-compliant and accessible. Housing will be in close proximity to the worksites for approved assignments and can include placement in the Washington, D.C. area or throughout the United States. Actual housing accommodations will vary by location and can include college/university quarters. Housing accommodations can and typically do require shared-living arrangements with other interns. Participants may opt not to accept the shared housing, but will not be reimbursed by TWC, U.S. DOT, FHWA, or other participating sponsoring offices, for housing obtained independently. Housing is provided solely for STIPDG participants and cannot be used for non-participants. Participants who fail to honor the STIPDG housing requirements will forfeit all remaining stipends and other related benefits and will be immediately removed from the program.
 
STIPDG Transportation and Related Travel: Through TWC, the STIPDG Program pays for all travel and transportation expenses associated with relocations for participants whose permanent residence is more than 50 miles (one-way) away from their assignment location. TWC, not the student, will be responsible for procuring and securing, all primary transportation and travel related to the participants' assignments. This specifically includes travel expenses to and from the participants' homes to their assigned summer assignment locations and back; and travel associated with approved conferences, workshops, and field trips specific to the assignments. Again, this only applies when the assignment is more than 50 miles (one-way) from the participants' residence.
 
A Special Note Regarding College Credit: Colleges/Universities with students selected for the STIPDG are encouraged to grant three (3) academic college credits to the interns upon the completion of the program. However, the college or university officials at each institution are the authority on final decisions. Students should discuss arrangements with their institutions, prior to starting the program.
For further information about the STIPDG, Contact: 
Program Manager,
Yolonda Jordan, (703) 235-0527
Yolonda.Jordan@dot.gov
Employer Port Authority of NY & NJ
Job Title Summer Intern (Various Departments)
Level Entry (0-5 years)
How to Apply Apply here
Deadline 01/31/2019 ; Default is three months from the date this form is submitted : 01/31/2019
Job ID 33866
Description
Responsibilities: 
The Port Authority offers 12-week paid summer internships to students that provide the opportunity to work with knowledgeable and experienced professionals on assignments critical to operating, maintaining, and expanding the transportation infrastructure for one of the greatest economies in the world.
Assignments include hands-on projects to cultivate technical, writing, communication and team-building skills. The diversity of our businesses creates a variety of opportunities for students to gain exposure to the work of a first-class public agency.
 
The Port department is looking for a summer intern to join their team in the XX unit! Specific responsibilities include but are not limited to:
The intern will work with Port Rail Program staff to engage in business development efforts for New York New Jersey Rail, LLC, a short line railroad wholly owned by the Port Authority.
 
The intern will also support efforts to bring new rail facilities online, with responsibilities including but not limited to contract development, data analysis, technology integration, among others.
 
The Port Department develops and manages competitive port infrastructure and service by providing leadership to expedite movement of cargo in a secure, environmentally and financially sound manner.
 
Qualifications: 
-Students must be enrolled in an undergraduate or graduate program for the upcoming Fall 2019 school semester.
-We are seeking interns who are talented, driven and who have a genuine interest in contributing to the success of the New York/New Jersey region.
-We welcome applications from a diverse range of University disciplines and concentrations.
-Successful candidates will be self-starters with excellent communication, research and applicable technical skills.
 
Desired: 
-Writing and presentation skills
-Advanced Excel skills
-Other technical skills (Tableau, Power BI, R, etc. always help)
-Willingness to learn about how railroads work
 
About the Program:
Interns have the opportunity to support their departments with critical projects such as analyzing regional demand data for our airports, conducting interview assessments, development of our annual budget, designing sustainability initiatives, and developing operational plans for retail development.
On the job, learning is supported by networking sessions with senior management, intern meet and greets and facility tours; broadening your understanding of the agency.
 
About The Port Authority: 
Founded in 1921, the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey builds, operates, and maintains many of the most important transportation and trade infrastructure assets in the country. The agency's network of aviation, ground, rail, and seaport facilities is among the busiest in the country, supports more than 550,000 regional jobs, and generates more than $23 billion in annual wages and $80 billion in annual economic activity. The Port Authority also owns and manages the 16-acre World Trade Center site, where the 1,776-foot-tall One World Trade Center is now the tallest skyscraper in the Western Hemisphere.
 
EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER 
The Port Authority of New York & New Jersey/Port Authority Trans-Hudson (PATH) is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
Employer New York City Department of Transportation
Job Title School Safety Project Manager
Level Entry (0-5 years)
How to Apply Apply here
Deadline 01/31/2019 ; Default is three months from the date this form is submitted : 02/15/2019
Job ID Job Id 365620 at http://nyc.gov/jobs 
Description
The New York City Department of Transportation is seeking a candidate to serve as project manager for the School Safety unit of Research, Implementation and Safety (RIS) within the Division of Transportation Planning & Management. School Safety is responsible for improving safety at intersections and corridors throughout New York City near schools. 
 
The project manager will be responsible for developing street improvement projects to improve safety in the vicinity of schools. Tasks will involve planning, research, design, data analysis, project management, implementation coordination and field work. The selected candidate will also be required to perform community outreach, including meeting with school officials, Community Boards, inter-and intra-agency members, and other stakeholders, as well as preparing and giving presentations to various groups. This is an opportunity to work with a team dedicated to improving school safety, accessibility and walkability throughout New York City. The candidate will be asked to work collaboratively and inclusively, seeking to cultivate continued professional development and effectively communicate with all stakeholders. Key tasks for this position include performing research and crash analysis to identify high crash locations near schools and developing projects to enhance safety for all road users; designing and implementing these street improvement projects; analyzing traffic data, preparing reports/graphics and creating maps; conducting on-site evaluations of safety and traffic conditions; providing technical assistance to senior staff; tracking and coordinating project planning and implementation including both DOT in-house and capital project work conducted by the Department of Design and Construction; and applying for and secure funding for projects and tracking grant funding and group budget.
 
Proficiency in Microsoft Word, PowerPoint, Excel, and Adobe Suite required. Familiarity with ArcGIS, AutoCAD, HCS, and SYNCHRO preferred. Knowledge of traffic calming, urban design, pedestrian-oriented design, complete streets, and traffic engineering strongly preferred. Excellent writing, editing, and oral presentation skills are necessary. Valid NYS Driver's License is required.   
 
Employer Dewberry
Job Title Marketing Pursuit Manager
Level Intermediate (5-10 years); Experienced (10-15 years)
How to Apply Apply here
Deadline 03/25/2019 ; Default is three months from the date this form is submitted : 03/29/2019
Job ID 6532
Description
Dewberry is looking for a Marketing Pursuit Manager located in Bloomfield, NJ. The successful candidate will support pursuit/proposal efforts and perform a variety of functions in a fast-paced consulting environment. Successful candidates will possess excellent writing and proofreading skills, a positive attitude, strong work ethic, strong sense of professionalism, and the ability to work within a team. 
 
Responsibilities:
  • Preparing proposals and presentations from the initial stage to final production and delivery.
  • Analyzes solicitation requirements, prepares proposal plan to include proposal components (graphics, resumes, narrative, etc), outlines, tasks, schedules and responsibilities.
  • Supporting pre-RFP capture activities by market research, collecting and analyzing preliminary documentation, and planning and facilitating capture strategy meetings.
  • Working with engineering, business development and operations personnel to implement pursuit win strategies, appropriately incorporate sales messages, and produce professional proposals and oral presentations.
  • Manages multiple proposals and qualifications submissions simultaneously in an effective and efficient manner under tight deadlines. Understand how to manage time appropriately.
  • Complying with our corporate standards to present a consistent appearance and style for external marketing communications, including qualification packages, presentation graphics, advertisements, and awards submissions.
  • Writing/editing sales materials including project descriptions and resumes.
  • Maintaining the company’s Customer Relationship Management (CRM) database.
  • Position may involve working overtime as necessary to meet pursuit deadlines.
 
Qualifications:
  • BA or BS degree preferred.
  • Minimum of 8 years of experience in A/E/C industry or marketing professional services preferred.
  • Proficiency with Microsoft Word, Excel and PowerPoint required.
  • Familiarity with Adobe Creative Suite and DELTEK Vision preferred.
  • Excellent writing skills required.
  • Time management skills required.
  • Strong interpersonal skills required.
Employer Port Authority of NY & NJ
Job Title Manager, Policy and Projects
Level Intermediate (5-10 years)
How to Apply Apply here
Deadline 12/31/2018; 12/03/18-Default is three months from the date this form is submitted
Job ID 33467
Description Job ID: 33467
Department:
Location: 4 World Trade Center

Responsibilities

Reporting to the Assistant Director of Policy and Projects, the Manager, Policy & Projects will drive analyses and reporting of key leasing and property performance metrics, administer technology systems, and implement guiding policies and procedures that are prudent or advantageous to the department and its clients and partners.  The selected candidate will contribute to a broad array of projects – from land use actions and value capture mechanisms to agreements related to advertising rights.

Responsibilities

  • Oversee performance reporting of real estate leasing activities and analyses of financial and commercial real estate (CRE) market trends; optimize the department’s portfolio strategy with reliable market intelligence that defines key performance indicators for internal line departments and external markets and submarkets, including current and projected rents, vacancy rates, and inventory growth
  • Transform leasing and property data into meaningful presentations or analyses for a wide variety of audiences
  • Implement and sustain process improvements through interdepartmental collaboration to drive achievement of organizational goals and departmental metrics for the creation of dashboards and reporting metrics
  • Act as Subject Matter Expert (SME) and point-of-contact for technology systems, including but not limited to:
  • Oversight of administrative responsibilities, such as creating and maintaining security access protocols
  • Managing interfaces between SAP Real Estate Module (SAP/RE), Yardi Voyager and/or other technology systems
  • Establishing and maintaining critical business processes, procedures and workflows for technology systems and real estate transactions
  • Troubleshooting problems for technology systems, such as reporting and workflow errors
  • Managing systems training and controls for end-users
  • Developing and maintaining documents, such as end user forms, tutorials and instruction manuals.
  • Performing SAP/RE disaster recovery testing
  • Managing data integrity for the technology systems
  • Develop, implement and sustain business processes, policies and procedures that insure efficiencies, consistency, and precision in compliance with state regulations and Port Authority policies and procedures
  • Oversee the implementation of corrective actions or remediation resulting from internal and external audits, including training, developing new policies or procedures, and assessment of alternative solutions.
  • Promote research and analysis of land use actions, policies and value share mechanisms that extract value for projects and initiatives
  • Support the execution of advertising objectives, goals and budgets by analyzing and communicating marketing, advertising and sales trends
  • Formulate and manage Requests for Proposals (RFP) and contracts, including technology systems for leasing and property management and advertising rights on Port Authority assets
Qualifications

Candidates must present the following qualifications to be considered eligible for this position:

Bachelor’s degree or higher in public administration, business administration, planning or related field.
Minimum of 5 years of experience in collecting and analyzing qualitative and quantitative data, creating reports and dashboards, and policy analysis
Desired

Ideal candidates will present the following profile:
  • Strong problem solving and technical aptitude with demonstrated proficiency in software applications and systems, preferably Yardi Voyager and SAP/RE or with an Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) software system
  • Advanced proficiency in MS Office (Excel, PowerPoint, Word)
  • Excellent written and oral communication skills
  • Strong presentation and facilitation skills
How To Apply

Interested candidates should apply to this job by clicking on the Apply Now button and submitting a combined cover letter and resume.

Only applicants under consideration will be contacted.

About The Port Authority

Founded in 1921, the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey builds, operates, and maintains many of the most important transportation and trade infrastructure assets in the country. The agency's network of aviation, ground, rail, and seaport facilities is among the busiest in the country, supports more than 550,000 regional jobs, and generates more than $23 billion in annual wages and $80 billion in annual economic activity. The Port Authority also owns and manages the 16-acre World Trade Center site, where the 1,776-foot-tall One World Trade Center is now the tallest skyscraper in the Western Hemisphere.

EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER

The Port Authority of New York & New Jersey/Port Authority Trans-Hudson (PATH) is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
Employer Port Authority of NY & NJ
Job Title 2019 Leadership Fellows Program
Level Entry (0-5 years)
How to Apply Apply here
Deadline 12/04/2018 Default is three months from the date this form is submitted
Job ID 33238
Description  Responsibilities

The Port Authority of NY & NJ is looking for career-minded individuals with a passion and commitment to public service to join our distinguished rotational program for graduate students who expect to receive their degree in Fall 2018 or Spring 2019. This is your chance to join the Port Authority as we connect the region in new ways for generations to come.

If you have ever flown out of JFK, biked across the George Washington Bridge, or captured that perfect picture of the World Trade Center, then you have witnessed just some of what the Port Authority of New York & New Jersey does. We run some of the busiest and most critical transportation facilities in New York-New Jersey metropolitan region. It takes a dedicated team of over a thousand men and women to operate these facilities safely, efficiently, and with a high standard of customer service. Our nearly 8,000 employees are committed to the work they do – work that moves millions of people and supports billions of dollars in economic activity each year.  

About the Program:

The Port Authority of New York and New Jersey’s Leadership Fellows Program is a distinguished program for graduate students who expect to receive their degree in Fall 2018 or Spring 2019.
The Leadership Fellows Program is a two-year rotational program that offers on-the-job experience in approximately four different business functions. Leadership Fellows have an opportunity to explore many different areas such as operations, finance, transportation, human resources, etc. The Leadership Fellows Program is designed to build a strong foundation of business acumen, adaptability, and knowledge of the Port Authority as a whole.
Past Leadership Fellows have contributed to key regional capital programs, learned the nuts and bolts of policy development, and managed the challenges of daily operations at our transportation facilities. The breadth and depth of these experiences are critical in preparing Leadership Fellows to be future leaders within the agency.
Leadership Fellows are presented with a variety of developmental opportunities that range from one-on-one coaching to structured mentoring and various targeted training programs.
After successful completion of the program, Leadership Fellows will be considered for key positions in areas such as policy analysis, finance, capital programs, or related business functions.
Qualifications

General Skills

Leadership Fellows are selected based on academic achievement, analytical and communication skills, and work experience.
The selection process for the program is highly rigorous and consists of multiple rounds of interviews, including a qualitative interview, a competency-based panel interview, and multiple assessment exercises.
Academic Skills

Students graduating with a graduate degree in fall 2018 or spring 2019 are eligible to participate in the Program.
Candidates should possess a record of academic achievement in the areas of public administration, business administration, public policy, urban planning, public finance, economics, transportation management, or a related discipline.
Professional Skills

Candidates must have a clear interest in a career in public service management
Candidates must demonstrate excellent problem solving, analytical, quantitative, written and oral communication, and interpersonal skills with a strong customer service orientation and political acumen.
Candidates must be flexible and enthusiastic about experiencing all the Port Authority has to offer, including areas that are not necessarily aligned with their professional backgrounds.
At least one year of work experience and/or internships in public service, transportation, government, or related fields is preferred
Compensation & Benefits

The Port Authority of New York and New Jersey offers a competitive salary, an outstanding benefits package and a professional environment that supports development and recognizes achievement.

How To Apply

To apply, candidates should click on the Apply Now button and complete the application workflow.

Applicants should take care to ensure the system accurately records all of their education and employment history and that they have uploaded their answers to the essay questions during Step 6.

The deadline to apply is Monday, December 3, 2018 at 11:59pm EST.

Timeline: First-round interviews for the Program will begin in January. Second-round interviews will take place in February. Final selections and offers to selected candidates will be made in March. Our 2018 Leadership Fellows cohort will begin in July. This timeline is subject to change.
Instructions:

To be considered for the position you must respond to the both of the essay questions below in one document.
Please ensure that you upload one document containing both answers to the required essay questions on Step 6 of the application.
Each essay response cannot exceed 250 words.  Only applicants under consideration will be contacted.
Applications that do not include a resume and an essay response will be considered incomplete and will not be moved forward in the selection process.
As part of our interview process, your essay will be evaluated for further candidacy consideration.

Essay Questions

Describe how you have used your leadership abilities to promote a positive culture in your school or organization.
If you were presented with an opportunity to work in a managerial/leadership capacity at your school or organization, what steps would you take and what skills would you apply in developing others?
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Employer Regional Plan Association
Job Title Transportation Planner
Level Entry (0-5 years); Intermediate (5-10 years)
How to Apply Apply here
Deadline 09/30/2018
Job ID  
Description Regional Plan Association is seeking a self-motivated, dynamic individual for the position of Associate Planner for Transportation. The primary responsibilities for the position are to produce analyses, plans and reports on multi-modal transportation systems in the New York-New Jersey-Connecticut metropolitan area, including transit, aviation, freight, roadway, bicycle and pedestrian services. The Associate Planner will report to the Senior Vice President & Chief Planner, and work closely with a staff of interdisciplinary professionals.

The planner will undertake research, collect and analyze data, conduct policy research, organize public meetings and workshops, conduct policy and produce original reports and research findings. The position is an opportunity to work with a talented staff to develop research-based, multi-modal solutions for moving people and goods in one of the world’s most dynamic economies, one that is challenged by obsolete infrastructure, growing inequality and climate change. In particular, the Associate Planner for Transportation will help advance the goals and recommendations of RPA’s Fourth Regional Plan for creating a more prosperous, equitable, healthy and sustainable region. The planner will work with other research staff to integrate transportation planning with the organization’s housing, economic development, environmental, energy and neighborhood planning.

We are looking for someone who shares our passion for fostering equitable, healthy, sustainable cities and communities. We encourage a challenging, collaborative and fun work environment. We also believe in work-life balance.

General responsibilities will include:
  • Organizing, researching, and writing policy reports on transportation-related issues
  • Conducting in-depth data, operational, financial and systems analysis
  • Helping to manage ad-hoc committees of RPA board members and other stakeholders
  • Organizing meetings, forums and events
  • Representing RPA to our partners at meetings, charrettes, and conferences
  • Supporting local community-planning projects, which could involve analysis, public engagement, and/or design initiatives
  • Delivering public testimony, preparing presentations, and writing articles designed to highlight research and affect public policy
  • Thinking creatively about tools, data and strategies to support RPA's ambitious planning and policy work is encouraged

Qualifications
  • A minimum of three years of work experience.
  • Graduate degree, preferably with a concentration in urban studies, urban planning, economics, geography, political science, architecture, sociology or other relevant field of study
  • Knowledge of local land use and planning issues
  • High proficiency with Geographic Information Systems (GIS), as well as data-analysis programs such R or SPSS A demonstrable track record finding, analyzing and presenting data in a compelling way
  • Excellent organizational, analytical, design, writing and presentation skills, as well as experience in a collaborative working environment Enthusiasm and willingness to take on considerable responsibility in a fast-paced office environment
  • Fluency in Spanish a plus
Employer LTK Engineering Services
Job Title Electrical Engineer
Level Entry (0-5 years); Intermediate (5-10 years)
How to Apply Apply here
Deadline 12/01/2019
Job ID  
Description

LTK ENGINEERING SERVICES, one of the nation's most respected consultants to the railroad and rail transit industries, is currently seeking candidates for the following position:

ELECTRICAL ENGINEER

Location: AMBLER, PA

Minimum Qualifications:

A candidate should possess a BS or MS degree in Electrical Engineering and a minimum of 2-5 years of experience. Relevant experience in rail vehicle engineering is a plus. An EIT or a PE certificate is preferred, but not essential. Highly-developed analytical skills are essential. Must be willing and able to solve unique problems through self-motivated learning and research. Candidates must possess excellent written and oral communications skills

LTK is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer, offering attractive professional development and advancement opportunities, as well as a competitive compensation and benefits package. Qualified individuals are encouraged to submit a cover letter and resume.

Employer LTK Engineering Services
Job Title Rail Transit Vehicle Electrical Engineer
Level Entry (0-5 years); Intermediate (5-10 years)
How to Apply Apply here
Deadline 12/01/2019
Job ID  
Description

LTK ENGINEERING SERVICES, one of the nation's most respected consultants to the railroad and rail transit industries, currently has an opening for the position listed below. Candidates must possess excellent analytical, written and oral communication skills and work well in a team. A PE registration is desirable but not required. Where appropriate, relevant professional experience will be considered as a substitute for academic degree requirements.

RAIL TRANSIT VEHICLE ELECTRICAL ENGINEER

Location: San Francisco, CA

Minimum qualifications include a BSEE degree and 3 years of related experience.

Experience should include design and/or engineering support of rail vehicle controls, power and control distribution wiring and components, familiarity with some or all of the significant rail vehicle subsystems such as traction drives, power converters, brakes, network-based communication and passenger information systems, HVAC, Lighting, Door controls.

Equivalent experience with similar equipment design and application in related industries including but not limited to military ground vehicles, aerospace, automotive/bus, marine installations, and industrial machinery will be considered, as applicable.

Travel is required, including domestic short and long distance and international trips.

LTK is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer, offering attractive professional development and advancement opportunities, as well as a competitive compensation and benefits package. Qualified individuals are encouraged to submit a cover letter and resume.

Employer LTK Engineering Services
Job Title Railroad and Rail Transit Signal/Train Control Engineer
Level Intermediate (5-10 years); Experienced (10-15 years)
How to Apply Apply here
Deadline 12/01/2019
Job ID  
Description

LTK ENGINEERING SERVICES, one of the nation's most respected consultants to the railroad and rail transit industries, currently has an opening for the position listed below. Candidates must possess excellent analytical, written and oral communication skills and work well in a team. A PE registration is desirable but not required. Where appropriate, relevant professional experience will be considered as a substitute for academic degree requirements.

Railroad and Rail Transit Signal/Train Control Engineer

Location: Chicago

Requirements

The ideal candidate has a Bachelor’s or Master’s degree in Electrical Engineering and 5 to 15 years of relevant experience including design, installation, system test, and operation and maintenance of railroad and/or rail transit signal systems. Design experience should include all signal systems including automatic train control systems, microprocessor and relay based interlockings, positive train control, block signal systems, and highway crossing warning systems. Candidates must be skilled in the preparation of contract drawings, specifications, cost estimating, field verification, inspection and testing (FRA & Transit). A plus is Project Management experience and a Professional Engineer license.

We are seeking a results-driven engineering professional with excellent written and verbal communication skills, and the ability to work well in a team environment. Candidates must be also be detail-oriented with excellent organizational skills, the ability to work on multiple projects simultaneously while meeting deadlines and maintaining a high level of quality, as well as the ability to work independently with minimal supervision.

Responsibilities

Responsibilities include, but are not limited to:

Prepare designs for grade crossing warning systems in accordance with state and federal regulations. Prepare designs for signal system logic including both microprocessor and relay based systems. Develop signal system block designs based on train performance criteria, product specifications, and train schedule headway and run time analysis. Prepare signal system-related drawings (Route and Aspect, Track and Signal, Typical and Detailed Circuit\s, etc.) Develop material and construction specifications and quantity estimates. Perform field inspections, reporting and assist in signal testing. Work with clients and incorporate their signal requirements for Contract Documents. Salary is commensurate with qualifications and experience.

LTK is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer, offering attractive professional development and advancement opportunities, as well as a competitive compensation and benefits package. Qualified individuals are encouraged to submit a cover letter and resume.

Employer LTK Engineering Services
Job Title Traction Power Engineer
Level Intermediate (5-10 years); Experienced (10-15 years)
How to Apply Apply here
Deadline 12/01/2019
Job ID  
Description

LTK ENGINEERING SERVICES, one of the nation's most respected consultants to the railroad and rail transit industries, is currently seeking candidates for the following position:

TRACTION POWER ENGINEER

Possible office locations: Boston, Los Angeles & Philadelphia (Ambler, PA)

Requirements

The ideal candidate has a Bachelor’s or Master’s degree in Electrical Engineering and a minimum of 5 years of experience with AC and DC traction power system design including the design of 600/750 volt DC rail transit traction power substations, including switchgear, transformers, rectifiers, and overhead catenary/third rail power distribution systems. A PE or EIT is desirable but not required. Experience with the U.S. transit/transportation industry is an advantage. Relevant experience may be considered as a substitute for degree requirements.

Candidates with the following skills/experience are preferred:

Knowledge of power analysis software, such as ETAP and SKM Systems Analysis. Knowledge of the National Electric Code. Familiarity of CSI MasterFormat specifications. Proficiency in AutoCAD and/or Microstation. Good understanding of traction power substation communication and SCADA. Experience in factory and field testing and commissioning. We are seeking a results-driven engineering professional with excellent written and verbal communication skills and the ability to work well in a team environment. Candidates must be also be detail-oriented with excellent organizational skills, the ability to work on multiple projects simultaneously while meeting deadlines and maintaining a high level of quality, as well as the ability to work independently with minimal supervision.

Responsibilities

Responsibilities include, but are not limited to:

Design traction power substations, site plans, conduit layouts, grounding systems, and distributions systems. Design of traction power systems in maintenance facilities, including auxiliary power supply systems and control circuits. Perform load flow simulations and prepare reports. Develop contract documents including specifications and drawings. Develop cost estimates. Review project submittals and RFIs. Coordinate with other engineers for systems integration and design. Provide installation, testing and commissioning support to clients. Salary is commensurate with qualifications and experience.

LTK is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer, offering attractive professional development and advancement opportunities, as well as a competitive compensation and benefits package. Qualified individuals are encouraged to submit a cover letter and resume.

Employer LTK Engineering Services
Job Title Software Test Engineer
Level Entry (0-5 years); Intermediate (5-10 years); Experienced (10-15 years)
How to Apply Apply here
Deadline 12/01/2019
Job ID  
Description

LTK ENGINEERING SERVICES, one of the nation's most respected consultants to the railroad and rail transit industries, is currently seeking candidates for the following position:

SOFTWARE TEST ENGINEER

Location: AMBLER, PA

Requirements

To excel in this position you’ll need excellent verbal and written communication skills and the ability to work well both independently with minimal supervision and on small teams. You will be detail-oriented with excellent organizational skills, and you will have a particular aptitude for testing and finding problems with software. You will have familiarity with high-level programming, and with version control, build and test automation, and bug tracking tools. A science, engineering or mathematics background with a Bachelor’s degree in an appropriate field is desired. We will be especially interested if you have experience in and/or a degree in electrical engineering.

Responsibilities

You’ll be part of a team responsible for testing our proprietary rail simulation software TrainOps� (www.trainops.com) working closely with other software test engineers and developers to ensure a top-quality product. You will design functional, output, and stress tests that explore every corner of the system, prepare and execute test plans, and use our custom test database to perform automated regression testing.

LTK is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer, offering attractive professional development and advancement opportunities, as well as a competitive compensation and benefits package. Qualified individuals are encouraged to submit a cover letter and resume.

Employer LTK Engineering Services
Job Title Software Test Engineer
Level Entry (0-5 years); Intermediate (5-10 years); Experienced (10-15 years)
How to Apply Apply here
Deadline 12/01/2019
Job ID  
Description

LTK ENGINEERING SERVICES, one of the nation's most respected consultants to the railroad and rail transit industries, is currently seeking candidates for the following position:

SOFTWARE TEST ENGINEER

Location: WHITE RIVER JUNCTION, VT

Requirements

To excel in this position you’ll need excellent verbal and written communication skills and the ability to work well both independently with minimal supervision and on small teams. You will be detail-oriented with excellent organizational skills, and you will have a particular aptitude for testing and finding problems with software. You will have familiarity with high-level programming, and with version control, build and test automation, and bug tracking tools. A science, engineering or mathematics background with a Bachelor’s degree in an appropriate field is desired. We will be especially interested if you have experience in and/or a degree in electrical engineering.

Responsibilities

You’ll be part of a team responsible for testing our proprietary rail simulation software TrainOps� (www.trainops.com) working closely with other software test engineers and developers to ensure a top-quality product. You will design functional, output, and stress tests that explore every corner of the system, prepare and execute test plans, and use our custom test database to perform automated regression testing.

LTK is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer, offering attractive professional development and advancement opportunities, as well as a competitive compensation and benefits package. Qualified individuals are encouraged to submit a cover letter and resume.

Employer LTK Engineering Services
Job Title Staff Consultant/Engineer
Level Intermediate (5-10 years)
How to Apply Apply here
Deadline 12/01/2019
Job ID  
Description

LTK ENGINEERING SERVICES, one of the nation's most respected consultants to the railroad and rail transit industries, is currently seeking candidates for the following position:

Staff Consultant/Engineer

Location: Seattle, WA

Staff Consultant Positions are targeted for the Revenue Systems & Technology Practice in several markets. Candidates must possess excellent analytical, written and oral communication skills, and work effectively in a team environment. Minimum qualifications include an undergraduate degree in engineering, information technology, finance or economics and 5 years of related technical or operational experience in the design, specification, manufacture, test, and implementation of transit payment, CAD/AVL, intelligent technology or related electronic systems. Professional registration of any type or an advanced degree would be a plus.

Relevant payment systems experience includes fare collection hardware, fare media and products, mobile payments, PCI, legacy and account-based systems, open payments, closed-loop payments, website development, systems integration, financial integration, etc. Experience in the preparation of specifications, review of design documents, testing, would be a plus.

Duties include providing technical and analytical support to our valued clients, team members, project managers and technical leads.

LTK is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer, offering attractive professional development and advancement opportunities, as well as a competitive compensation and benefits package. Qualified individuals are encouraged to submit a cover letter and resume.

Employer LTK Engineering Services
Job Title Staff Consultant/Engineer
Level Intermediate (5-10 years)
How to Apply Apply here
Deadline 12/01/2019
Job ID  
Description

LTK ENGINEERING SERVICES, one of the nation's most respected consultants to the railroad and rail transit industries, is currently seeking candidates for the following position:

Staff Consultant/Engineer

Location: Denver, CO

Staff Consultant Positions are targeted for the Revenue Systems & Technology Practice in several markets. Candidates must possess excellent analytical, written and oral communication skills, and work effectively in a team environment. Minimum qualifications include an undergraduate degree in engineering, information technology, finance or economics and 5 years of related technical or operational experience in the design, specification, manufacture, test, and implementation of transit payment, CAD/AVL, intelligent technology or related electronic systems. Professional registration of any type or an advanced degree would be a plus.

Relevant payment systems experience includes fare collection hardware, fare media and products, mobile payments, PCI, legacy and account-based systems, open payments, closed-loop payments, website development, systems integration, financial integration, etc. Experience in the preparation of specifications, review of design documents, testing, would be a plus.

Duties include providing technical and analytical support to our valued clients, team members, project managers and technical leads.

LTK is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer, offering attractive professional development and advancement opportunities, as well as a competitive compensation and benefits package. Qualified individuals are encouraged to submit a cover letter and resume.

Employer LTK Engineering Services
Job Title Staff Consultant/Engineer
Level Intermediate (5-10 years)
How to Apply Apply here
Deadline 12/01/2019
Job ID  
Description

LTK ENGINEERING SERVICES, one of the nation's most respected consultants to the railroad and rail transit industries, is currently seeking candidates for the following position:

Staff Consultant/Engineer

Location: Washington, DC

Staff Consultant Positions are targeted for the Revenue Systems & Technology Practice in several markets. Candidates must possess excellent analytical, written and oral communication skills, and work effectively in a team environment. Minimum qualifications include an undergraduate degree in engineering, information technology, finance or economics and 5 years of related technical or operational experience in the design, specification, manufacture, test, and implementation of transit payment, CAD/AVL, intelligent technology or related electronic systems. Professional registration of any type or an advanced degree would be a plus.

Relevant payment systems experience includes fare collection hardware, fare media and products, mobile payments, PCI, legacy and account-based systems, open payments, closed-loop payments, website development, systems integration, financial integration, etc. Experience in the preparation of specifications, review of design documents, testing, would be a plus.

Duties include providing technical and analytical support to our valued clients, team members, project managers and technical leads.

LTK is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer, offering attractive professional development and advancement opportunities, as well as a competitive compensation and benefits package. Qualified individuals are encouraged to submit a cover letter and resume.

Employer LTK Engineering Services
Job Title Staff Consultant/Engineer
Level Intermediate (5-10 years)
How to Apply Apply here
Deadline 12/01/2019
Job ID  
Description

LTK ENGINEERING SERVICES, one of the nation's most respected consultants to the railroad and rail transit industries, is currently seeking candidates for the following position:

Staff Consultant/Engineer

Location: Los Angeles, CA

Staff Consultant Positions are targeted for the Revenue Systems & Technology Practice in several markets. Candidates must possess excellent analytical, written and oral communication skills, and work effectively in a team environment. Minimum qualifications include an undergraduate degree in engineering, information technology, finance or economics and 5 years of related technical or operational experience in the design, specification, manufacture, test, and implementation of transit payment, CAD/AVL, intelligent technology or related electronic systems. Professional registration of any type or an advanced degree would be a plus.

Relevant payment systems experience includes fare collection hardware, fare media and products, mobile payments, PCI, legacy and account-based systems, open payments, closed-loop payments, website development, systems integration, financial integration, etc. Experience in the preparation of specifications, review of design documents, testing, would be a plus.

Duties include providing technical and analytical support to our valued clients, team members, project managers and technical leads.

LTK is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer, offering attractive professional development and advancement opportunities, as well as a competitive compensation and benefits package. Qualified individuals are encouraged to submit a cover letter and resume.

Employer LTK Engineering Services
Job Title Staff Consultant/Engineer
Level Intermediate (5-10 years)
How to Apply Apply here
Deadline 12/01/2019
Job ID  
Description

LTK ENGINEERING SERVICES, one of the nation's most respected consultants to the railroad and rail transit industries, is currently seeking candidates for the following position:

Staff Consultant/Engineer

Location: Philadelphia, PA

Staff Consultant Positions are targeted for the Revenue Systems & Technology Practice in several markets. Candidates must possess excellent analytical, written and oral communication skills, and work effectively in a team environment. Minimum qualifications include an undergraduate degree in engineering, information technology, finance or economics and 5 years of related technical or operational experience in the design, specification, manufacture, test, and implementation of transit payment, CAD/AVL, intelligent technology or related electronic systems. Professional registration of any type or an advanced degree would be a plus.

Relevant payment systems experience includes fare collection hardware, fare media and products, mobile payments, PCI, legacy and account-based systems, open payments, closed-loop payments, website development, systems integration, financial integration, etc. Experience in the preparation of specifications, review of design documents, testing, would be a plus.

Duties include providing technical and analytical support to our valued clients, team members, project managers and technical leads.

LTK is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer, offering attractive professional development and advancement opportunities, as well as a competitive compensation and benefits package. Qualified individuals are encouraged to submit a cover letter and resume.

Employer LTK Engineering Services
Job Title Rail Operations Analyst
Level Entry (0-5 years); Intermediate (5-10 years); Experienced (10-15 years)
How to Apply Apply here
Deadline 12/01/2019
Job ID  
Description

LTK ENGINEERING SERVICES, one of the nation's most respected consultants to the railroad and rail transit industries, currently has openings for the position listed below. Candidates must possess excellent written and oral communications skills, work well in a team. Where appropriate, relevant professional experience will be considered as a substitute for academic degree requirements.

RAIL OPERATIONS ANALYST

Responsible for supporting studies and analyses of travel time, rail system capacity, network improvements, traction power system performance and signal block layout/control line optimization under the direction of Project Managers, Project Directors and Senior Rail Operations Analysts. The Rail Operations Analyst will be part of LTK's Rail Operations and Simulation practice. This position can be located in any of the firm's permanent office locations in North America, with preference given to LTK locations in Ambler, PA; Brooklyn, NY; Newark, NJ; San Francisco, CA or White River Junction, VT.

The Rail Operations Analyst will also develop rail service and operating plans, as well as support the pursuit of new business opportunities. The Analyst should be comfortable authoring technical reports, creating presentations and developing proposals for new assignments.

The position requires academic and/or practical industry experience in rail operations, including service plan and operating plan development. Proficiency with office productivity software (Microsoft Word, Excel, Access, PowerPoint) is required. Experience with using software (such as Berkeley Simulation Systems’ RTC, Systra’s RailSim and/or Transportation Decision System’s OnTrack software) to simulate train performance, evaluate rail network operations and capacity, and assess traction power systems is highly desirable. The position requires an undergraduate degree in an appropriate field.

LTK is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer, offering attractive professional opportunities and competitive compensation and benefits packages.

Employer LTK Engineering Services
Job Title Rail Operations Analyst
Level Entry (0-5 years); Intermediate (5-10 years)
How to Apply Apply here
Deadline 12/01/2019
Job ID  
Description

LTK ENGINEERING SERVICES, one of the nation's most respected consultants to the railroad and rail transit industries, currently has openings for the position listed below. Candidates must possess excellent written and oral communications skills, work well in a team. Where appropriate, relevant professional experience will be considered as a substitute for academic degree requirements.

RAIL OPERATIONS ANALYST

Responsible for supporting studies and analyses of travel time, rail system capacity, network improvements, traction power system performance and signal block layout/control line optimization under the direction of Project Managers, Project Directors and Senior Rail Operations Analysts. The Rail Operations Analyst will be part of LTK's Rail Operations and Simulation practice. This position can be located in any of the firm's permanent office locations in North America, with preference given to LTK locations in Ambler, PA; Brooklyn, NY; Newark, NJ; San Francisco, CA or White River Junction, VT.

The Rail Operations Analyst will also develop rail service and operating plans, as well as support the pursuit of new business opportunities. The Analyst should be comfortable authoring technical reports, creating presentations and developing proposals for new assignments.

The position requires academic and/or practical industry experience in rail operations, including service plan and operating plan development. Proficiency with office productivity software (Microsoft Word, Excel, Access, PowerPoint) is required. Experience with using software (such as Berkeley Simulation Systems’ RTC, Systra’s RailSim and/or Transportation Decision System’s OnTrack software) to simulate train performance, evaluate rail network operations and capacity, and assess traction power systems is highly desirable. The position requires an undergraduate degree in an appropriate field.

LTK is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer, offering attractive professional opportunities and competitive compensation and benefits packages.

Employer LTK Engineering Services
Job Title General Application
Level Entry (0-5 years); Intermediate (5-10 years); Experienced (10-15 years); Advanced (15 years)
How to Apply Apply here
Deadline 12/01/2019
Job ID  
Description

LTK Engineering Services, one of the nation’s leading rail systems consulting firms, has participated in the planning, design, development and improvement of nearly every rail system in North America. From new starts to system upgrades, our mission is to provide engineering excellence in every project we undertake, ensuring that our clients’ rail systems are solid investments for the future.

Employer LTK Engineering Services
Job Title Rail Operations Analyst
Level Entry (0-5 years); Intermediate (5-10 years); Experienced (10-15 years)
How to Apply Apply here
Deadline 12/01/2019
Job ID  
Description

LTK ENGINEERING SERVICES, one of the nation's most respected consultants to the railroad and rail transit industries, currently has openings for the position listed below. Candidates must possess excellent written and oral communications skills, work well in a team. Where appropriate, relevant professional experience will be considered as a substitute for academic degree requirements.

RAIL OPERATIONS ANALYST

Responsible for supporting studies and analyses of travel time, rail system capacity, network improvements, traction power system performance and signal block layout/control line optimization under the direction of Project Managers, Project Directors and Senior Rail Operations Analysts. The Rail Operations Analyst will be part of LTK's Rail Operations and Simulation practice. This position can be located in any of the firm's permanent office locations in North America, with preference given to LTK locations in Ambler, PA; Brooklyn, NY; Newark, NJ; San Francisco, CA or White River Junction, VT.

The Rail Operations Analyst will also develop rail service and operating plans, as well as support the pursuit of new business opportunities. The Analyst should be comfortable authoring technical reports, creating presentations and developing proposals for new assignments.

The position requires academic and/or practical industry experience in rail operations, including service plan and operating plan development. Proficiency with office productivity software (Microsoft Word, Excel, Access, PowerPoint) is required. Experience with using software (such as Berkeley Simulation Systems’ RTC, Systra’s RailSim and/or Transportation Decision System’s OnTrack software) to simulate train performance, evaluate rail network operations and capacity, and assess traction power systems is highly desirable. The position requires an undergraduate degree in an appropriate field.

LTK is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer, offering attractive professional opportunities and competitive compensation and benefits packages.

 

 
 
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