The Senior Transportation Planning Manager is a full-time, salaried position with traditional weekday office hours and some evening meetings, travel, and events outside of regular office hours. Primary duties consist of the development, maintenance, and implementation of Tri-County’s management systems activities for pavement, safety, and congestion. This position is also responsible for ensuring the realization of investment priorities outlined in the agency’s long-range Metropolitan Transportation Plan (MTP) as projects are implemented through the Transportation Improvement Program (TIP). In addition, this planning manager conducts a variety of technical transportation planning work tasks in support of the development of products and deliverables that plan for a safe, reliable, efficient, and seamless multimodal transportation network for the region.
A bachelor’s degree is required; civil/traffic engineering, transportation planning, urban or regional planning, geography, or related field preferred.
This mid-level technical position requires a minimum of 5 years’ professional experience directly related to transportation planning, traffic engineering, urban planning, data management, or related fields. A thorough understanding of urban transportation planning principles, preferably obtained within a MPO or equivalent environment, is a plus.
Additional Salary Information: Benefits include medical and dental insurance coverage, group life insurance, long- and short- term disability insurance, and a retirement plan.