Support and lead exciting transportation projects and have a hand in transforming tomorrow.
As the Highway/Roadway Design Engineer in our Santa Ana office you will have the chance to work on significant transportation projects of varying size in Southern California. Working with other team members, you will utilize your skills and lead design teams on transportation planning, design and construction in connection with a wide range of multi-disciplined projects. In this position you will be exposed to a wide-range of projects involving safety studies, multi-modal roadway planning, highway design, transit design, and construction. Our ideal candidate is a self-motivated professional with 3-8 years of related experience in preparing preliminary design, final design plans, specifications, and cost estimates along with a BSCE. Registration as a PE is required. This position also requires a technical design background in highway design and transportation engineering. Knowledge of and experience using CADD/Design Software (MicroStation, InRoads, AutoCAD, Civil3D) is a plus. Our ideal candidate has strong written and oral communication skills, is positive, and self-starter, as well as a desire to grow personally as well as professionally.
Our Highway/Roadway Design Engineers: • Perform engineering design tasks for roadway projects from conceptual design to final design. This includes having a good working knowledge of the entire project life cycle. • Develop specifications, cost estimates, and prepare final bid packages • Have a strong working knowledge of roadway design software tools and be able to mentor and develop junior staff while providing valuable input into design Best Practices. • Have strong written and oral communication skills and a positive team-oriented attitude • Lead and coordinate design activities between staff, subcontractors, and clients • Identify schedule and cost variances and develop recommendations for corrective action • Participate in project decisions regarding technical approaches, cost and scheduling performance