As a Traffic Engineering Project Manager, you will play a pivotal role in designing and implementing traffic projects in Sacramento. Your primary responsibilities will include:
Project Management: Lead and manage traffic engineering projects from concept development to completion, ensuring they are delivered on time and within budget.
Traffic Studies: Conduct comprehensive traffic impact assessments, traffic flow analyses, and safety studies to identify key areas for improvement and propose effective solutions.
Transportation Planning: Collaborate with urban planners and local authorities to devise sustainable transportation plans that align with the city's long-term growth objectives.
Proposal Development: Prepare persuasive project proposals, showcasing our firm's capabilities and unique approaches to traffic engineering challenges.
Client Engagement: Establish and maintain strong relationships with clients in the Sacramento area, understanding their needs, and presenting our services effectively to win new work.
Regulatory Compliance: Ensure that all traffic engineering projects comply with local, state, and federal regulations and safety standards.
Team Collaboration: Work closely with a multidisciplinary team of engineers, planners, and designers to integrate traffic solutions seamlessly into broader infrastructure projects.
Bachelor's Degree: A degree in Civil Engineering or a related field with a focus on transportation engineering.
Professional Experience: A minimum of 3 years of relevant experience in traffic engineering and project management, with a successful track record of winning and delivering projects in California.
Technical Proficiency: Profound knowledge of traffic engineering principles, traffic analysis software, and traffic signal design.
Communication Skills: Exceptional verbal and written communication abilities to effectively present complex technical information and proposals to clients and stakeholders.
Leadership: Proven leadership skills with the ability to lead project teams and foster a collaborative work environment.
Innovation: A creative and forward-thinking mindset, continually seeking innovative approaches to traffic challenges.
License: Possession of a Professional Engineer (PE) license in the state of California is REQUIRED.