Job Description: As a Traffic Planner with an AICP license you will play a key role in analyzing, designing, and implementing transportation management solutions for a wide range of projects. You will work in collaboration with a diverse team of urban planners, engineers, and transportation specialists to improve mobility, reduce congestion, and enhance the overall quality of life in communities.
Traffic Impact Studies: Conduct comprehensive traffic impact assessments for development projects, including data collection, analysis, and modeling.
Traffic Design: Develop traffic management plans, signalization designs, and traffic control measures to improve safety and efficiency.
Public Engagement: Engage with stakeholders and communities to gather input and feedback, and present findings in a clear and accessible manner.
Compliance: Ensure projects adhere to local regulations, codes, and AICP guidelines while maintaining a high standard of professionalism and ethics.
Data Analysis: Analyze traffic data, trends, and patterns to inform planning decisions and optimize traffic flow.
Collaboration: Work closely with multidisciplinary teams, including urban planners, engineers, and transportation consultants, to provide holistic solutions.
- A Bachelor's or Master's degree in Urban Planning, Civil Engineering, or a related field.
- Active AICP (American Institute of Certified Planners) license is mandatory.
- Demonstrated experience in traffic planning, impact studies, and design.
- Strong knowledge of relevant traffic and transportation software, such as Synchro, VISSIM, and AutoCAD.
- Excellent analytical and problem-solving skills.
- Effective communication and presentation abilities.
- Ability to work both independently and collaboratively in a team environment.
- Competitive salary and performance-based bonuses.
- Health, dental, and retirement benefits.
- Opportunities for professional development and continued education.
- A collaborative and innovative work environment.
- The chance to make a meaningful impact on community development.