McCormick Taylor

Senior Transportation Engineer

US-PA-Philadelphia
3 weeks ago(1/2/2018 3:21 PM)
Job ID
2018-1328
# of Openings
1
Category
Engineering - Transportation

Overview

McCormick Taylor is seeking a Senior Transportation Engineer to join our Philadelphia, PA office. The primary duties of this role are to serve in a technical leadership role on the engineering development of urban and rural transit projects.  This position requires extensive  experience in transportation design and the candidate must have a thorough understanding of the SEPTA Project Delivery Process, design standards and procedures. Similar PennDOT experience is a plus. Candidate must have proficiency in supervising, managing staff and understanding all aspects of design for the completion of transportation projects.

Responsibilities

  • Serve in a Lead Engineer role including the planning, analysis and design of transportation engineering projects
  • Client interface and staff development
  • Establish and maintain client relationships with new and existing client base
  • Supervise and manage staff in the preparation of engineering studies, analyses, design plans, and reports

Qualifications

  • 10+ years of experience in the design and management of civil engineering and transportation projects for PennDOT and Pennsylvania Turnpike Authority
  • B.S. in Civil Engineering
  • P.E. required
  • Strong communications and technical writing skills
  • Proficient with MicroStation, InRoads, HEC-RAS, MS Office
  • Major design experience is required including familiarity with PennDOT and SEPTA design criteria, standards and procedures.
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills. Ability to effectively communicate thoughts and ideas to peers, senior staff and clients.
  • Experience with proposal writing/preparation
  • Experienced with meeting scope, schedules and budgets on major transportation projects.
  • Proficient at preparing technical scopes of work and price proposals and price negotiations.

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