Senior Traffic Engineer, PE & Division Manager

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Technology Professionals
Our client is a $40 million engineering firm serving the civil, architectural, environmental, construction, and surveying sectors. They have thirteen offices in the southeast, one in the northeast, one in the southwest, and are growing explosively due to the volume of work they do for some of America's largest corporations. They offer spectacular benefits, competitive salaries, and plenty of room for advancement and professional development. They currently have an opening for a Senior Traffic Engineer PE for a critical role in their company, which includes Division Manager. The successful candidate will have a minimum of seven (7) years of experience in planning, engineering and design that includes traffic impact studies, simulations/modeling and traffic demand forecasting /transportation planning.
? A B.S./M.S. degree in Civil Engineering
? A minimum of 7 years of experience in applicable civil engineering
? Florida PE certification
? Experience in preparing traffic impact studies including modeling & simulations, Maintenance of Traffic plans, and traffic signal design including signing & marking
? Ability to provide expert testimony and representation at public hearings and meetings
? Ability to market Traffic Analysis and Engineering services and assist in preparation of proposals for public and private sector Clients
? Experience using AutoCAD, Microstation, HCS, and Synchro and other Traffic Engineering software
? Ability to handle multiple project commitments
? Proven ability to support internal teams and serve outside clients directly
? Willingness to work as a team member
? Strong report writing and communication skills

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