Jacobs Mid-Level Highway/Roadway Engineer in Bingham Farms, Michigan
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We are looking for a driven and passionate Highway/Roadway Engineer with at least 8-12 years of experience to support our growing transportation team in Michigan, Ohio, and Indiana. You will have the chance to work on exciting and engaging large-scale infrastructure projects and utilize your transportation design expertise (roadway, drainage, and sitework layout, preliminary and final design, utility/coordination and client coordination) to serve as a lead engineer and task manager on transportation related projects.
You’ll be part of diverse multi-discipline teams in the delivery of transportation planning and design, and highway design projects. Your leadership ability will give you the opportunity to lead tasks and/or projects and interface directly with our clients. This is an excellent opportunity to advance your career working with our established clients while supported by local and national resources, including Jacobs extensive network of technical experts.
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Join us and we will assist you in continuing the development of your skills and exploring all that you can do across our global company, with opportunities to share your knowledge along the way
Here’s What You’ll Need:
Bachelor’s Degree in Civil Engineering
Registration as a Professional Engineer
DOT and Local Public Agency (LPA) project experience
Demonstrated experience managing various types of roadway design projects including design and plan development of new and rehabilitation highway projects
Proficiency with MicroStation, Geopak, and Open Roads Designer and a variety of transportation engineering analysis and design software required.
Understanding of and practical experience applying the AASHTO design guidelines to transportation projects.
Strong mathematical, analytical, time management skills
Demonstrated strong written and oral communication skills
Ideally, here’s what you’ll also have:
Established local and DOT client relationships
Project Management Experience
An emphasis on transportation projects with prior DOT experience in Michigan, Indiana, and/or Ohio
Experience with multi-discipline infrastructure engineering design and construction projects
Railroad coordination experience
Construction management and/or inspection experience
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