Hussey Gay Bell is seeking an enthusiastic and detail-oriented Transportation/Traffic Engineer with minimum three (3) years of experience for full-time employment. Successful candidates will design and manage certain aspects of transportation/traffic projects for state and local governments, including the ongoing support of our land development group in the preparation of traffic signal plans, traffic studies, safety analyses and signal warrant studies.
- Preparation of traffic signal plans for state, local and private entities. Experience developing signal plans following Georgia DOT guidelines is a plus.
- Assisting in the design and creation of construction documents on a wide variety of transportation projects.
- Collection, organization, research & analysis of traffic data, round-a-bout studies, signing and marking plans, safety analyses and developing solutions.
- Assignments will also involve tasks associated with assisting in the production of construction documents including design, drafting, quantity computations, specifications, and cost estimates.
Candidate shall, at minimum, possess:
- An undergraduate degree in Civil Engineering from an accredited curriculum.
- A minimum of 3 years of professional work experience in traffic or transportation engineering (this experience to include but not limited to traffic studies, signal warrant analyses and traffic signal design).
- Licensure as a Professional Engineer/Professional Traffic Operations Engineer is preferred or Engineer-In-Training license with the ability to obtain professional licensure in GA within 2 years, if not currently registered.
- Familiarity with AASHTO, and MUTCD publications, specifications and standards, and GDOT design standards and procedures.
- Knowledge and experience in use of traffic engineering and CAD software. HCS, Synchro, CORSIM and MicroStation V8i is preferred. Inroads software experience is a plus.
- Effective planning, scheduling and organizational skills.
- Effective oral and written communication skills.
Candidates will be expected to complete work with some oversight. Occasional travel will be required in completing site visits, conducting plan review meetings, and attending public meetings.