Traffic Engineer & Traffic Analyst
Washington County’s Department of Land Use is looking for traffic engineering professionals who are passionate about transportation safety, traffic operations, and mobility and who are interested in utilizing their skills to make a difference and improve communities. If you are interested in working in a dynamic and collaborative environment with an innovative and highly professional team, then apply today for Traffic Engineer and/or Traffic Analyst!
TRAFFIC ENGINEER / Salary: $8,157.41 - $10,408.25 monthly
The Traffic Engineer provides advanced level professional traffic engineering work. The Traffic Engineer plans, organizes, and supervises the preparation of design plans, traffic investigations and reports, and traffic control programs. The ideal candidate has five (5) or more years of traffic signal timing experience as well as a thorough understanding of the systems, software, techniques, and technology used to manage a large network of traffic signals. For a complete list of essential duties, click here.
- A Bachelor’s degree in Structural or Civil engineering or a closely related field. AND
- Four (4) years of responsible experience in traffic engineering.
- Professional Engineers License (Issued by Oregon State Board of Examiners for Engineering and Land Surveying) in civil or structural engineering is required within six months of start date.
- Must possess a valid driver’s license and have an acceptable driving record per Washington County policy.
TRAFFIC ANALYST / Salary: $42.64 - $54.41 hourly
The Traffic Analyst provides transportation network analysis by preparing technical studies and reports; reviewing the work of Engineering Technicians; supporting the work of higher-level staff; and coordinating county and regional transportation planning programs. The ideal candidate is familiar with the principals and practices of traffic engineering, transportation planning, and data analysis. They should have experience with computer modeling and practical experience in Traffic Engineering and Traffic Operations. For a complete list of essential duties, click here.
- Associate's Degree in civil engineering, transportation engineering, transportation planning, or related field; AND
- Four (4) years of experience in traffic analysis, computer modeling, and/or network simulation. OR
- Bachelor's Degree in civil engineering, transportation engineering, transportation planning, or related field; AND
- Two (2) years of experience in traffic analysis, computer modeling, and/or network simulation.
- Must possess a valid driver's license and have an acceptable driving record per Washington County policy.
What we’re looking for in our next Traffic Engineer and Traffic Analyst:
- Motivated and Passionate – You are a self-starter and self-motivated. You are passionate about traffic safety and improving transportation systems to better serve communities.
- Collaborative – You thrive at establishing and maintaining collaborative and cooperative working relationships with individuals and groups who come from diverse backgrounds.