American Structurepoint

  • Traffic Staff Engineer

    Job Locations US-IN-Indianapolis
    Job ID
    2019-1353
    Category/Group
    Traffic Group
    Employment Type
    Regular Full-Time
  • Overview

    American Structurepoint is constantly defining the built environment by creating an atmosphere of creativity, responsibility, diversity, accountability, and entrepreneurship. We believe that innovation comes from a constant flow of diverse ideas. The phrase "because that’s how we’ve always done it" is never a part of our conversations. We encourage our experts to try new things and explore ideas that can help our clients achieve their goals, even if those ideas are unconventional. We are looking for innovative, creative, and passionate professionals who seek excellence in all they do to serve their clients. We invite you to explore the following exciting opportunity to join our team:

     

    The largest team of traffic engineers in Indiana is looking to expand.  We are seeking an engineer who is willing to learn and wants to be exposed to any and all traffic engineering services.

     

    Group: Traffic

    Position: Staff Engineer

    Location: Indianapolis, IN

     

     

     

     

    Responsibilities

    Traffic Studies:

    • Traffic Impact Studies
    • Corridor Studies
    • Signal Warrant Studies
    • Thoroughfare Plans
    • Safety Studies
    • Feasibility Studies

    Traffic Design:

    • Traffic Signal Design
    • Roadway Lighting Analysis & Design
    • Signing & Pavement Marking Design
    • ITS Civil Works Design

    In-Field Traffic Engineering Services:

    • Road Safety Audits
    • Traffic Signal Retiming

    Qualifications

    • BSCE degree or higher
    • 0-4 years of traffic engineering experience
    • Effective verbal and written communication skills
    • Traffic analysis software experience
    • CAD experience
    • Working knowledge of design standards & guidelines

     

     

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