Pape-Dawson Engineers

Engineer I - Transportation Planning and Design

US-TX-San Antonio
2 weeks ago
Job ID
2017-1593
# Positions
2
Category
Engineering - Transportation

Overview

Under the guidance of a licensed engineer (P.E.) and as a member of a project team, this position is responsible for providing advanced technical support in the development and design of road and highway projects.

Responsibilities

  • Assist a Project Manager in the development and design of road and highway projects to include plans, specifications, and estimates
  • Consult with Project Manager in the review of detailed plans, specifications, and estimate of cost to ensure conformity with the project scope and design standards
  • Develop feasible design alternatives and compare significant parameters such as typical sections, horizontal and vertical alignments, right-of-way requirements and cost
  • Identify and analyze the principle design features and major design alternatives that satisfy a project’s purpose and need
  • Review design details, and coordinate technical recommendations, assess the cost-effective constructability of the project and generally evaluate the project
  • Produce detailed, final design plans, specifications and estimates in accordance with AASHTO, FHWA, TXDOT

Qualifications

  • Bachelor of Science degree in civil or transportation engineering from an ABET accredited college or university
  • Previous experience in TxDOT and county roadway schematic design and PS&E through internships is preferred; not required
  • Working knowledge in Microstation, GeoPak, MS Office Suite and scheduling
  • Effective communication skills, both oral and written,with all level of employee in an organization
  • Self-starter capable of competing tasks
  • High level of accuracy in work product
  • Must be able to work from 8 am to 5 pm, Monday through Friday, with overtime as needed to meet project deadlines

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