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Senior Traffic EngineerWe are seeking a highly motivated and experienced traffic engineer to join our team (position can be based in Madison, Milwaukee, or Wausau). This position offers an excellent growth opportunity for a talented engineering professional with a passion for assuming new challenges. The senior traffic engineer will be responsible for providing technical design, project management, and quality control for a wide range of traffic engineering projects and assignments. In addition, the senior traffic engineer will provide leadership and mentoring of engineers and technicians, client management, and business development aimed to grow our traffic engineering practice.
We offer competitive pay, full benefits, flexible work schedules, a business casual dress code, company-sponsored social events and a friendly work environment. Please submit your resume and cover letter to:
EMCS, Inc. – Human Resources
1300 W. Canal Street, Suite 200
Milwaukee, WI 53233
Senior Project Engineer - Traffic
KL Engineering, Inc. is an award-winning civil engineering consulting firm, based in Wisconsin. Our headquarters are in Madison with additional offices in Menomonie and Green Bay. We specialize in transportation engineering, offering services in the areas of planning, design, municipal, environmental, survey/GIS and construction management. We provide our clients with [A] Better Experience and work from an unwavering customer service ethic.
We are seeking a talented full-time Senior Project Engineer to join our Traffic Engineering team in our Madison location. The candidate qualified for this position will have a BS or MS in Civil Engineering with an emphasis in traffic engineering, course work or related experience in traffic analysis, transportation planning, trip generation, traffic signal design, preparation of traffic impact studies, and traffic forecasting and modeling. The candidate must also have strong technical and oral communication skills, including public speaking, and the ability to coordinate and present technical information at public meetings. Experience with traffic engineering software (HCM, Synchro/SimTraffic, VISSIM, SIDRA) is desirable. Successful completion of the P.E. exam, or ability to obtain within six months is required.
Responsibilities for this role include project management, technical design, leadership and mentoring, and quality control. Specific tasks include the completion of traffic studies, including traffic circulation studies, Intersection Control Evaluation reports, capacity analyses, and traffic impact reports; technical writing and documentation for traffic reports; crash analyses and safety studies; signal operation analyses and design; traffic management plans; and preparation of plans, specifications and estimates for traffic related projects. The qualified candidate will also be responsible for working directly with clients in the project development stage and throughout the project.
In addition to providing excellent career growth potential, we offer a competitive salary and full benefits with a casual work environment. We are an equal opportunity employer. Women and minorities are encouraged to apply.
Please submit your resume and cover letter to:
WisDOT Job OpportunitiesThe Wisconsin Department of Transportation frequently has several engineering positions available throughout the state. Please see the link below for specific job details and application deadlines. New positions are being added throughout the year, so be sure check back frequently for updates.
State Traffic Engineering Analysis and Data Management Engineer & Traffic Operations Engineer
The Department of Transportation (DOT), Division of Transportation System Development (DTSD) is currently seeking individuals who are ready to take on a lead role in the delivery of the state’s transportation traffic program. The Bureau of Traffic Operations (BTO) is currently looking to fill the following vacancies: State Traffic Engineering Analysis and Data Management Engineer and Traffic Operations Engineer. Headquarters are Madison. Current Vacancies:
State Traffic Engineering Analysis and Data Management EngineerThis position has a critical role in providing advanced level technical support for improvement programs, traffic analysis and modeling, and traffic management across the department as well as throughout the state of Wisconsin. This position represents BTO’s Traffic Section on a broad range of committees tasked with facilitating programs relating to DOT’s improvement program and traffic engineering program. This position is responsible for initiating, planning and implementing traffic analysis tools and requirements associated with traffic modeling and traffic engineering.
Traffic Operations EngineerThis position is responsible for providing advanced level technical support for intersection/interchange operations, the speed management program, and freight operations. This position will also provide comments and guidance to the regions throughout the intersection control evaluation (ICE) process. This position initiates, plans, and implements special traffic studies in areas related to this position. The State Traffic Operations Engineer will act as a bureau liaison for major/mega projects. This position represents BTO’s Traffic Section on a broad range of committees concerned with programs relating to intersection operations, safety, speed management, and freight.
How To Apply: To apply for this recruitment, go to https://wisc.jobs/public/job_view.asp?annoid=75519&jobid=75034&org=395&class=26763&index=true.
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