Job Opportunities

Position:  Transportation Planner/Engineer

McMahon Associates, Inc. is seeking a full-time Transportation Planner/Engineer with three to seven years of experience to work in the Exton, PA, office. The candidate will assist project managers on all aspects of transportation planning projects, including proposals, field work, research, analyzing data, developing solutions, preparing maps and graphics, drafting reports and documents, soliciting feedback from the client and public, and presenting recommendations. For more information about this position and other current job opportunities, please visit our website.

 

Position:  Transportation Planner or Engineer

Drive is currently seeking a candidate with 3 to 6 years experience in the Oil and Gas Industry for an on-site office assignment related to the roadway impacts caused by Marcellus Shale and other drilling/heavy user activity. Candidates should have a thorough understanding of Oil and Gas activities as it related to transportation engineering, including hauling, utilizing posted and bonded roadways, roadway maintenance and PennDOT’s policies and procedures. Assignment would begin immediately with one year duration with opportunity for more progressive assignments. For more information on the Transportation Planner/Engineer position or on how to apply, please check out our website.

 

Position:  Entry Level Traffic Engineer

WRA is currently seeking a traffic engineer in its York, PA Office. We are a rapidly growing company, selected as the 2016 Design Firm of the Year by ENR MidAtlantic, ranked 118 by ENR, and have doubled both the number of employees and offices in the last 10 years. Our clientele includes a wide range of state and local agencies. Our Traffic Department works on projects within the mid-Atlantic region (PA, MD, DE, VA) as well as nationally. The work we do is challenging, interesting, and in many cases, on the leading edge of traffic engineering applications in the industry. Our traffic engineers conduct traffic safety/operations and planning studies; design traffic signals, signing, markings, roadway/parking lot lighting, work zone traffic control, and ITS devices; and develop or apply Synchro, SimTraffic, VISSIM, and VISUM models. For more information and how to apply, please visit click HERE.

 

Position:  Commute Options Manager

This position serves as program manager, responsible for the day-to-day administration and long-term success of Transportation Demand Management (TDM) at Princeton University. The Commute Options Manager will oversee and deliver multiple ongoing campus outreach and marketing campaigns to present transportation choices to the University community. The successful candidate must possess and develop a strong understanding of the functions of TTPS and the broader transportation network in the Central New Jersey and the greater Philadelphia and New York areas. This position will also manage TTPS social media and other traditional and web-based communications tools. The Commute Options Manager will work closely with the TTPS Director, Customer Service Manager, and the Data Analyst and Technology Manager to deliver services collaboratively, leveraging new opportunities to promote TDM that emerge among workgroups. For more information, how to apply, or to make a referral please visit our website and search for for Requisition #2017-7776.

 

Position:  Data Analyst and Technology Manager

Reporting to the Director of TigerCard, Transportation and Parking Services (TTPS), and the Associate Director of Information Technology, the Princeton University Data Analyst and Technology Manager plays a pivotal role in improving departmental and program operational efficiency through the use of existing and new technology and data analysis. The manager is expected to develop the analytical framework, data architecture, identification of applications and tools for data-driven decision making, supporting the TTPS operations. This position will be responsible for creating and interpreting analytic tools and dashboards to enhance the University’s parking and transportation programs with efficient and effective service, supporting the mission of TigerCard, Transportation and Parking Services. The successful candidate will need to develop a strong understanding of the functions of TTPS and University Services IT (USIT) and develop working relationships with the Office of Informational Technology (OIT), University Services units, and other departments across campus. The manager will need to engage in and understand the rapidly advancing and innovative industries of transportation and parking.. For more information, how to apply, or to make a referral please visit our website and search for for Requisition #2017-7726.