• February 24, 2022

    Entry Level and Internship Opportunities- Transpo Group

    The Transpo Group is seeking an entry-level Transportation Engineer (Engineering Design) and a Transportation Engineer or Planner to join their dynamic organization. Transpo Group is an award-winning planning and design firm specializing in transportation planning and engineering. They are an employee-centered firm that attracts the most talented engineers and planners in their industry. 

    Job Responsibilities for Transportation Engineer (Engineering Design):

    • Prepare transportation engineering designs including, but not limited to: traffic signals, ITS, illumination, channelization, roundabouts, signage, bicycle lanes, and pedestrian walkways
    • Learn and apply transportation engineering principles, practices, techniques, and judgment to your work
    • Learn and apply industry (MUTCD, AASHTO, NACTO) and local agency standards
    • Interpret and apply topographic surveys, field notes, and aerial photographs in your work
    • Be curious and ask questions
    • Communicate effectively with project managers and engineers
    • Remain nimble and agile to support the company’s current workload effectively and provide maximum value to project managers
    • Be a self-starter and take initiative for your skill set development and professional growth
    • Demonstrate Transpo Group’s values in your work and interactions

    Job Responsibilities for Transportation Engineer (D&I/Planning):

    • Contribute to multimodal transportation analysis
    • Assist in with technical writing
    • Research, analyze and interpret technical data to identify scope of problems and options for potential solutions
    • Identify specific information from a substantial amount of related data or written information in such sources as legal property descriptions, technical reports, field work, manuals and standard specifications and technical analysis in a broad range of transportation planning and engineering services including analysis of signals, roundabouts, geometric design, transit, bicycle and pedestrian, trip generation, travel demand forecasting, etc.
    • Working knowledge of national standards (HCM, ITE, MUTCD, AASHTO, etc.) and WSDOT and other local agency standards
    • Read and understand the terminology and symbols used in topographic survey maps, GIS, field notes, plans, and aerial photographs to interpret the information for use in planning and designing transportation engineering solutions

    In addition, they are looking for interns as well. While they do not have a specific job posting for that online, students may apply to their general application located here

    More details for the Transportation Engineer (Engineering Design) role can be found here and that for the Transportation Engineer (D&I/Planning) role can be found here