Transportation Planner (Part-Time)
The Transportation Planner, under the direct supervision of the Director of Transportation, is responsible for performing transportation-related professional and technical work independently and in teams. Such work may include preparing and developing plans and reports, creating maps, conducting field work, maintaining databases, analyzing and interpreting transportation information, presenting information to stakeholders, and representing the Commission to local or state organizations. The Transportation Planner needs to maintain current knowledge on federal and state transportation legislation, technical transportation analysis methods, and software skills such as those related to MS Office and Geographic Information Systems (GIS).
The ideal candidate will possess knowledge of regional multimodal transportation planning theories, principles, practices and techniques, and be dedicated to further developing a career in transportation planning.
Preferred candidate will have or be pursuing a degree from an accredited college or university in transportation planning, transportation policy/administration, transportation or civil engineering (or a closely related field), and the interest and motivation to further a career in transportation planning.
This position will be part-time at 20 hours/week. Salary will be negotiated depending on qualifications.
Submissions are requested by Friday, September 13.
Position is open until filled. EEOC