Walter P Moore
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Engineer - Traffic
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Walter P Moore is an international company of engineers, architects, innovators, and creative people who solve some of the world’s most complex structural and infrastructure challenges. Providing structural, diagnostics, civil, traffic, parking, transportation, enclosure, and construction engineering services, we design solutions that are cost- and resource-efficient, forward-thinking, and help support and shape communities worldwide. Founded in 1931 and headquartered in Houston, Texas, our 600+ professionals work across 20 U.S. offices and five international locations.
In this position, the Traffic Engineer will work with a team of engineers and technicians designing and producing a variety of traffic engineering design projects. The responsibilities will include assisting in analysis, design and implementation of traffic engineering projects such as traffic impact studies, traffic operations studies, capacity analysis, traffic signal design, signal timing, signing, striping, lighting and traffic control plans.
In this role as a consulting engineer, excellent written and oral communication skills are required. Working knowledge of traffic analysis software (Synchro, HCS, Arc GIS, VISSIM, TransCad) is essential. An understanding of local agency rules and regulations a plus.
Great client service capability is a must. Technical specialization and proactivity are pluses.
- BS or MS in Civil Engineering (transportation emphasis preferred)
- Texas P.E. required, or ability to obtain PE within 6 months
- 5-10 years' industry experience
- Good working knowledge of traffic analysis software, including Synchro, HCS, Arc GIS, VISSIM, TransCad
- Knowledge of State and local rules, regulations, standards, and procedures a plus
- Excellent oral and written communication skills
Walter P Moore is an equal opportunity employer and provides all of its employees with a competitive compensation and benefits package.