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Civil Engineer I/II (Transportation Design)

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Toole Design Group

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21d ago

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Austin

AI generated summary

  • You must have a Bachelor's or Master's in civil/transportation engineering, 0+ years (Engineer I), 2+ years (Engineer II) of design experience, skills in MicroStation/AutoCad, a passion for active transportation, and excellent communication abilities.
  • You will brainstorm creative solutions for quick-build transportation projects, collaborate with an interdisciplinary team, develop project scopes and concept plans, use drafting programs like MicroStation, and work closely with City of Austin leaders to deliver high-quality infrastructure designs.

Graduate Job

Engineering•Austin

Description

  • Toole Design Group in Austin, TX is looking to hire a passionate and talented full-time Engineer I/II to join our team as part of the City of Austin's Active Transportation and Street Design Division (ATSD). Do you have a strong background in civil engineering with roadway/bikeway design or site development experience? Are you passionate about sustainability and the opportunity to work on challenging multimodal projects and construction management that make communities more livable and equitable? Do you enjoy seeing your projects get built and want to take part in big changes happening in Austin? If so, please consider joining our Austin team.
  • This Engineer I/II position with a focus on multimodal roadway design and active transportation earns a competitive salary and great benefits, including medical, dental, vision, life insurance, disability, a health savings account (HSA), and a flexible spending account (FSA). We practice what we preach and ensure that our employees also have access to transportation by providing them with financial incentives to bike, walk, or use transit for a better quality of life!

Requirements

  • A Bachelor's or Master's degree in civil/transportation engineering
  • 0+ years (Engineer I), 2+ years (Engineer II) of transportation facility design experience, with a demonstrated interest in developing construction documents
  • Experience with Computer Automated Design (MicroStation/AutoCad)
  • Interest in multimodal and active transportation issues and design (specifically for bicycle, pedestrian, Safe Routes to School, and/or transit integration) for all ages and abilities
  • Excellent task and time management skills
  • Excellent communication skills
  • Experience with the Microsoft Office suite of applications
  • You'll be great here if:
  • You enjoy participating in multi-disciplinary teams
  • You are passionate about sustainability and the opportunity to work on challenging multimodal projects that make communities more livable
  • You enjoy producing high-quality work products and seeing your projects get built
  • You have strong communication skills, whether written, verbal, or graphically

Education requirements

Bachelors
Masters

Area of Responsibilities

Engineering

Responsibilities

  • You are at the forefront of brainstorming creative solutions for challenging quick-build projects. Like larger capital projects, which are predominantly constructed with asphalt and concrete materials, quick-build projects are meant to be built quickly using a variety of materials, flexible delivery processes, and funding mechanisms that are developing rapidly. As a member of the augmented staff team, you will support an interdisciplinary team to deliver quick-build multimodal transportation infrastructure projects in a wide range of contexts, from roadway reconfigurations in highly urban settings to full intersection reconstructions to better serve all users. You will share your knowledge with a diverse team to develop project scopes, concept plans, and ultimately deliver final construction plan documents. You will use drafting programs such as MicroStation to fulfill project deliverables, while ensuring that our projects are consistently of the highest quality. You will also have access to key department leaders within the City of Austin's transportation department, who will help to set clear project goals and outcomes.
  • Rapid implementation is exciting and fast-paced, but you get to work with a close-knit, motivated team that is passionate about the work they do. You will get to see your projects evolve from paper to pavement, transforming the City of Austin and getting to use the facilities you helped design.

Details

Work type

Full time

Work mode

office

Location

Austin