McCormick Taylor

  • Traffic Engineer

    Job Locations US-MD-Baltimore
    Posted Date 3 months ago(1/19/2018 9:15 AM)
    Job ID
    2017-1296
    # of Openings
    1
    Category
    Engineering - Traffic
  • Overview

    McCormick Taylor is looking for exceptional candidates for the position of Traffic Engineer for our Baltimore, MD office.

    Responsibilities

    This individual will primarily be helping with various tasks on traffic engineering projects. The primary duties of the Traffic Engineer include working as part of a traffic team, under the direction of the project manager on a variety of traffic forecasting, analysis and design needs for a variety of transportation projects.  Projects are likely to range from small scale studies and/or designs for rural or isolated intersections, to the development of complex solutions for urban arterial networks and major freeway systems.  The position will entail traffic engineering design, traffic signal design, traffic impact analysis, capacity analysis, operational analysis, traffic simulation modeling, access analysis/design and crash /safety studies.

    Qualifications

    • The successful candidate should possess at least 4+ years of experience or equivalent working knowledge/experience in the field of traffic engineering
    • Experience and knowledge of Maryland guidelines and requirements
    • The candidate must have hands-on experience with common traffic engineering software including Synchro, HCS, Microstation
    • In addition, the candidate will be expected to be proficient in Microsoft Office software including Word, Excel and Power Point at a minimum

     

    Education Required:

    • The successful candidate must possess a BS degree in Civil Engineering with Traffic Engineering electives, from an accredited institution
    • An Engineer-in-Training (EIT) or Fundamentals of Engineering (FE) certification is required
    • PE preferred

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