Transportation Engineer/Planner in Anchorage, Alaska (Until filled)

Kittelson & Associates has an immediate opening for an entry to mid-level transportation engineer/planner in our Anchorage, Alaska office. We are looking for a talented, energetic professional to join the team and focus on transportation engineering, planning, and research projects throughout Alaska and across our 19 offices in North America.


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Job description

As a transportation engineer/planner you will conduct a wide variety of tasks such as develop and screen improvement multimodal alternatives, perform traffic operations analysis, refine conceptual designs, produce technical reports, developing area and long-range transportation plans, and prepare final roadway design plans. You will also be responsible for the development of cost-effective data collection plans, proposing methodologies and objectively presenting findings while building consensus among stakeholders and the public.

The successful candidate will have a strong desire and the interpersonal skills to interface with clients and will receive mentoring and support from the team to become successful in this role. The successful candidate will be looking for more opportunities to take on additional responsibility as they manage their own career path at the firm.

Job requirements

Required qualifications:

Bachelors of Science in Civil Engineering, Planning, or equivalent.

Technical characteristics:

Ability to use a variety of software programs effectively and make timely and informed recommendations to clients, elected officials, and stakeholders.
Interest in working on a variety of projects, including traffic operations, multimodal corridor studies, transportation impact studies, bicycle and pedestrian facility planning and design, local/regional transportation plans, and final roadway design projects.
Ability to progressively develop project management, mentoring, and marketing skills, and develop solid internal and client relationships.
Strong willingness to participate competitive marketing pursuits.

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