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Entry Level Transit Safety Engineering Graduate

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  • The candidate must have either a bachelor's degree or relevant experience in transportation safety and security, along with hands-on experience in a transit safety and/or security environment. They need to be Transit Safety and Security Program (TSSP) Certified and have experience with the Microsoft suite. Ideally, they would have experience working with local clients in the transit safety field, be able to coordinate work for public sector clients, and reside in the Baltimore, MD/Washington DC area. Knowledge and experience with safety and security programs, policies, and procedures to meet FTA requirements is also required.
  • The candidate will assist in the development of safety programs, review engineering designs, coordinate work activities, support public sector clients in various safety areas, implement quality control processes, and assist senior staff with plan design reviews and system testing.
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Graduate Job



  • This position will help lead systems safety programs for major transportation clients with a primary focus on public rail and transit clients. You will have the opportunity to work with senior public-sector transportation managers on complex safety, environmental and security related tasks and be a part of our team of experts in safety certification, quality assurance, transportation security and environmental compliance. This role involves working in office environments at the client site 2-3 days a week and at manufacturing facilities as required.


  • Bachelor’s degree OR, high school diploma plus additional experience in the areas of transportation safety, security or both.
  • Hands-on experience in a transit safety and/or transit security environment is required
  • Transit Safety and Security Program (TSSP) Certified is required
  • Microsoft suite experience
  • Ideally you'll have:
  • Transit Safety experience with local clients including the Maryland Transportation Authority (MTA) and Washington Metro Area Transit Authority (WMATA)
  • Proven ability to work across multiple disciplines to coordinate work on behalf of public sector clients
  • Residence in the Baltimore, MD/Washington DC Area
  • Experience with safety and security programs, policies, standard operating procedures and/or emergency preparedness documents or programs to meet the Federal Transit Administration’s (FTA) requirements, with a focus on Safety Management Systems (SMS), System Safety Program Plan(s) (SSPP) and System Security Plan(s) (SSP).

Education requirements


Area of Responsibilities



  • Assist with the development of Safety and Security Programs in accordance with FTA and FRA guidelines, rules and regulations
  • Assist in planning, organizing and controlling the work activities of an engineering function.
  • Review and approve engineering designs. Support the development of new methods or techniques.
  • Lead, or coordinate, work of staff and subcontractors to assist public sector clients in two or more of the following areas: Systems Safety Engineering; Fire/ Life Safety; Safety training; Safety certification; Emergency procedures, plans and drills; Environmental engineering/management studies; Risk management and acceptance.
  • Implement Quality Control processes and safety database improvement.
  • Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of system engineering and integration, from a safety and security perspective,
  • Assist senior level staff with plan design reviews, inspection reports audits, safety and security reviews testing and verification of the system readiness for revenue service


Work type

Full time

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