Jacobs Multi-Modal Transportation Planner in San Diego, California
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Thriving communities. Healthy cities. A brighter future. At Jacobs, we’re putting our knowledge and imagination together to shape the next generation of innovative transportation solutions, especially in public transit. If you want to join a company invested in you, your success, and the global community then join us as a Multi-Modal Transportation Planner.
When you join us, you’ll support a variety of transportation plans including multi-modal corridor planning studies, feasibility studies, service planning studies, long-range plans and other plans/programs. This is your opportunity to work on engaging plans, projects and programs. You will be part of a multi-disciplined, highly skilled, and diverse team of planners, engineers, designers, scientists and environmental specialists leading projects locally and nationally. This is an opportunity for motivated people to influence and provide leadership as part of the growing Jacobs’ transportation and land-use planning practice.
In this role you will:
Conduct planning studies, stakeholder engagement plans, and prepare planning deliverables for:
multimodal transportation systems
transit networks, facilities, and corridors
active transportation networks, trails and paths
sustainable transportation/traffic development
emerging mobility and innovative technology
local land use planning
social and economic inclusion
Prepare a range of transportation planning documents, including long range regional transportation plans, transit plans, facility plans, service plans, and environmental studies
Prepare needs analysis, alternatives development and evaluation, and short- and long-range strategies supporting agency staff to deliver projects and programs
Engage with clients, subconsultants, and stakeholders
Support business development pursuits and help build client relationships
Help build the transportation planning team
Jacobs Planners have opportunities to grow their technical and project management expertise as they tackle complex transportation problems. Jacobs invests in its people and teams, providing ongoing professional education, worldwide communities of practice to enhance your skills and connections, and an inclusive set of employee networks to help you challenge today and reinvent tomorrow.
Here’s What You’ll Need:
Bachelors or master’s degree in planning, policy, engineering or related field
At least 0-3 years of experience in transportation and land use planning, analysis, and studies
Experience in planning land use, active transportation, transit, and/or multimodal corridors
Ability to actively participate in diverse teams and contribute to a secure and empowering work environment built on equity and inclusion
Ability to effectively manage time to deliver tasks accurately and on schedule.
Ideally, you’ll also have:
Advanced technical writing abilities
Experience facilitating discussions and presenting complex information
Basic to advanced knowledge of ESRI ArcGIS applications, Adobe Creative Cloud applications, and Microsoft office.
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