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Economic & Planning Systems EPS is seeking an individual to join our Denver team! EPS staff work with a range of quantitative methods but also see the “big picture.” Associates have strong communication skills (written and verbal) with colleagues, clients, stakeholders, and the public. Associate Consultants have strong time management skills, are self-motivated, have excellent attention to detail, and are critical and analytical thinkers. Our business requires that we plan and execute project tasks with precision, manage our efforts to meet deadlines, and professionally represent the firm at all times.
Associates collaborate with EPS principals, staff, and collegial firms to complete consulting assignments through economic and financial analysis, data collection and research, stakeholder engagement, and qualitative analysis to projects related to pressing urban issues such as urban revitalization, affordable housing, equitable urban investment, transit-oriented development, and open space and conservation planning. The Associate Consultant serves as a Project Manager and primary analyst on assignments and is directly engaged in project research, data analysis, analytical interpretation, and reports and presentations.
EPS promotes a collaborative professional environment and recognizes that diverse perspectives strengthen our understanding of issues and our services to our clients and their communities. We are passionate about work that results in strategies to promote great and sustainable places, and helps communities expand in an equitable and sustainable way by planning for healthy, diverse neighborhoods, balanced economic growth, affordable housing, enhanced transit and public services, and innovative land use investments. We are committed to a healthy work-life balance and invest in our staff through on-the-job training, lunch-and-learns, staff retreats, and social events, with the goal of developing well rounded consultants experienced in the full range of services offered by the firm.
City of Grand Junction We are #HIRING for a Mobility Planner!
As our City increases its focus on equitable multimodal programs, we are looking for someone with a background in mobility program strategies and planning to join our Community Development team!
Interested in a fantastic work-life balance, great benefits, and a stellar work culture? Join our team today!
Associate Planner, Senior Planner, Principal Planner
City of Grand Junction Our Community Development team is growing!
We have three opportunities for #Planning and #CommunityDevelopment professionals to make a direct impact on our City’s growth and development.
Enjoy over 300 days of beautiful #Colorado sunshine, a 6% Retirement match, and a positive workplace culture dedicated to serving our 70,000+ residents.
Apply today: https://bit.ly/3x0J3fm
Town of Pagosa Springs Come join the Planning team in beautiful Pagosa Springs in Southwest Colorado. The ideal candidate will have work experience in at least one of the following areas: Client consultations Zoning and Land use research Project review Report writing and presentation Compliance investigations For more information and the full description and information on benefits and salary, please visit the link or contact us.
Entry-Level Associate or Associate
Clarion Associates We are actively seeking a full-time entry- or mid-level associate in our Denver office with experience and interest in the following core practice areas:
-Development Codes. This practice area involves drafting innovative and user-friendly zoning and land use regulations to implement local plans, as well as research and analysis of trends and best practices; preparation of community outreach materials and participation in public meetings; and preparation and proofreading of complex and graphic-rich code documents. A law degree or experience with regulatory drafting is a plus, as is experience creating graphics to convey complex regulatory concepts. -Comprehensive Planning. This practice area involves research and analysis of trends and best practices; preparation of community outreach materials and participation in public meetings; advanced GIS analysis and mapping; and preparation of complex and graphic-rich plan document.
See full position descriptions in link provided.
We are currently seeking a passionate and committed Design Justice Architect to join us in our design justice work. We are a small, versatile team of designers who make a big impact through architecture, urban planning, and community advocacy. We work on a diverse range of projects that use design in the built environment as a tool to advance social equity. These project types include affordable housing, housing solutions, education, equitable development, advocacy and policy, community space, equitable transit, social justice, healthy food access, and land use & real estate.
Historic Preservation Planner (Planner I, II, or Senior)
City of Littleton The City of Littleton has an opening for an experienced Planner with a focus on Historic Preservation. The Historic Preservation Planner will have the opportunity to work on a variety of upcoming projects including the development of a Historic Preservation Plan, a corridor study of Littleton Blvd, website development, and updates to include the Littleton Legacy List. Home to a charming and historic downtown, the City of Littleton is a vibrant community south of Denver and is consistently voted as one of America’s Best Small Cities. Visit careers.littletongov.org.
ECO Transit Planning and Development Manager
Eagle County Regional Transportation Authority (ECO Transit) The Planning and Development Manager manages multi-modal transportation planning, implementation, analysis, and outreach efforts, with a special focus on public transit, pedestrian and bicycle-related infrastructure and needs. Coordinates grant writing and administration through project completion while ensuring local, state and federal compliance. Oversees Transit/Trails Maintenance and Fleet Asset Supervisor positions.
TischlerBise, Inc. TischlerBise is seeking Fiscal/Economic Analysts assists with and leads fiscal and economic land use impact analysis for clients throughout the nation. Positions are available in our Boise and Bethesda offices.
These positions assist with and leads fiscal/economic land use impact analysis, impact fee, market assessment and infrastructure financing studies across the United States. Perform impact fee and other revenue strategy studies. This includes quantitative analysis, such as capital facility projections, and qualitative elements, such as presentations with stakeholders and municipal leaders.
Conducts growth alternatives analysis. This work may include variations in absorption schedules, comparison of alternative land use plans, or a comparison of alternative development patterns. Evaluates the fiscal impacts of all anticipated development within the analysis area over a defined period.
Performs specific project evaluations to help a client better understand the demands for services and resulting fiscal consequences of different rates of absorption and/or mix of development. Complete economic market studies by synthesizing primary and secondary residential and nonresidential data. Uses project management skills to plan for and execute projects. Works on small teams or is individually responsible for projects. Works cooperatively with the entire TischlerBise team.
Requirements Required Knowledge, Experience, And Training Possess excellent analytical, writing and presentation skills, with prior experience developing complex Excel spreadsheets and conducting GIS analysis. Comfortable working in a small team environment or individually. Strong project management skills. Good time-management skills Ability to multi-task. Strong interpersonal and communication skills. Bachelor’s degree in urban studies, urban planning, economics, finance, or public administration is required. Master’s degree preferred.
Associate & Senior City Planners
City of Denver Community Planning & Development Dept. Associate planner for commercial zoning team (plan review); senior city planner for urban design (development review & plan implementation). JOIN CPD STAFF FOR BREAKFAST to learn more about City of Denver job opportunities for city planners. Thursday 9/29 - 7:30-8:30 am, outside Grand Ballroom in conference hotel.
DRCOG- Denver Regional Council of Governments The Denver Regional Council of Governments serves as a visionary leader along Colorado’s front range. We tackle the BIG issues, like growth and development, transportation and meeting the needs of older adults. The Regional Planning and Development Division at DRCOG is adding a new Program Manager for Regional Planning and Implementation. This position will lead a team of planners partnering with local governments and other stakeholders to implement Metro Vision, the Denver region’s long-range plan, while also stewarding its ongoing evolution.
Town of Erie What you will be doing: Under general direction of the Planning Manager/Deputy Director of Planning & Development or Planning & Development supervisor as assigned, the Planner processes land use applications pursuant to the Town code and prepares detailed analysis reports during the development review process. Assists in the preparation of planning documents for the Town. Interacts with the public, landowners, developers, Town staff, Planning Commission, Board of Trustees, and other Advisory Boards, to assist in the understanding and to advise in the use of the Comprehensive Plan, and Municipal Code within the Town of Erie; and performs related work as required.
Planner II/Assistant Planner
Town of Carbondale The Town of Carbondale is hiring a Planner II or Assistant Planner. The Planner II or Assistant Planner provides a variety of technical expertise and professional assistance in the areas of current planning, long-range planning, special projects, zoning administration and enforcement. The Planner II or Assistant Planner provides professional assistance to the public, elected officials, city staff and appointed board members.
The position reports to the Planning Director. The salary range is $60,132 to $88,479 and includes a generous benefit package.
The full job description can be found at the Town of Carbondale’s website: https://carbondalegov.org/residents/employment_opportunities/index.php
Associate Program Director
Sonoran Institute Are you passionate about helping communities in the West become resilient to existing and future water challenges? Sonoran Institute is seeking an enthusiastic and committed Colorado-based (remote) Associate Director to join our Growing Water Smart team. Sonoran Institute’s “Growing Water Smart” (GWS) program trains and assists communities in ensuring that land-use planning, which largely determines future water demand related to urban growth and development, is sensitive to future water conditions and makes the most strategic and equitable use of that water.
The Associate Director is responsible for building and managing projects such as our multi-day Growing Water Smart workshop and community implementation grants, our Peer-to-Peer Network of land use planners and water resource managers, and the creation of additional cutting-edge resources to support local governments and water providers in achieving water-smart growth. This includes organizing, marketing, attending, and/or facilitating events that encourage communities to use less water and approach water management holistically. The Associate Director will lead Colorado-based program activities as well as supervise and/or support program activities in Arizona, California, along the US-Mexico border and in other emerging geographies.
Come join an organization whose mission is to connect people and communities with the natural resources that nourish and sustain them. We envision resilient and sustainable communities living in harmony with the natural world, where flowing rivers and healthy landscapes enable all people and nature to thrive. Our work transcends borders, bringing together diverse communities to promote civil dialogue about complex conservation issues that know no boundaries. All aspects of our work are guided by inclusivity and collaboration to create positive environmental change in the western United States and northwestern Mexico.
Town of Vail The Town of Vail is now recruiting a Planner to join our Community Development Department. We are looking for a self-motivated, dedicated individual with an exceptional work ethic who has demonstrated abilities in handling multiple projects and a heavy workload to join our high performing team.
Specific responsibilities include: Responding to zoning and development questions; reviewing and analyzing development and architectural plans for compliance with all Town of Vail development standards and guidelines; providing professional counsel and expertise to applicants, the public, and decision making boards; offering solutions to planning issues; writing technical reports, performing complex research, making presentations to decision-making boards. The Town is seeking a Planner l or Planner ll (depending on qualifications).
Skills/Requirements: The ideal candidate for this position must have excellent communications skills (both oral and written), an ability to accurately read and interpret architectural plans, a working knowledge of urban planning/design principles and the demonstrated ability to apply this knowledge within the development review process, development review project management, code enforcement/compliance, excellent facilitation and problem solving skills, a commitment to providing extraordinary service to our customers, and be able to perform at a high level in a value-based and team-oriented environment.
Year-Round Benefits The Town of Vail offers an excellent benefits and compensation package to our Full-time employees. This includes health and dental coverage, town funded retirement, 457 pre-tax savings plan, life/survivor insurance, tennis pass, golf pass, and other ski pass/wellness benefits.
Education/Requirements Bachelors in Land Use/Urban Planning or related field and a minimum of 6 months of practical experience. A Masters Degree in Urban Planning or related field is preferred.
Pay Range $63,036 - $88,250
Senior City Planner
City of Boulder Work on exciting policies ranging from transit-oriented land use planning, creative reimaging of industrial mixed use areas, and coordinating with other departments to implement goals of the Boulder Valley Comprehensive Plan. Join our team and enjoy all Boulder has to offer!
Senior Planner/Urban Designer
Cushing Terrell Cushing Terrell is seeking a Senior-level Urban Planner/Urban Designer in our Denver location. This is a unique opportunity for the right planning/design professional, with at least 10 years of experience, looking to take the next major step in their career. You will lead a small team of planning and design professionals within an award-winning great big little firm. This position will frequently work with multi-disciplinary teams on a range of projects from long-range comprehensive plans, area and district plans, master plans, TOD projects, and some private sector development work. Ideal skills include visioning, land use planning, technical urban design, site design, and community engagement. Learn more at the link below, or stop by our exhibitor booth to meet the team!
Gunnison County Reporting to the Assistant County Manager (ACM) for Community and Economic Development, the new Planning Director will focus on leading current land use planning, code updates and revisions, as well as supporting larger regional efforts related to recovery/resiliency, climate change, and comprehensive planning. The new Director will play an important role in continuing to promote the professional and high-performing organizational culture of Gunnison County.
The Community and Economic Development Department operates with a 2022 budget of $1,164,640 and a team of eight FTEs. Services include: Current Planning (land use permitting); Oil and Gas Projects; Long Range Planning; Building; Environmental Health; and Licensing Marijuana Cultivation, Manufacturing, and Testing.
Transportation Planner II
AECOM AECOM ’s Transit and Rail Division is actively seeking a creative, highly talented Transportation/Transit Planner for immediate employment in the Denver, CO office.
The appropriately qualified applicant will be able to demonstrate an educational and career path in transit or transportation planning, with proven experience of contributing to planning efforts related to transit, transportation and/or community planning, active transportation projects. The ideal candidate will demonstrate an ability to be highly organized, work well independently and with team, and the ability to communicate clearly. AECOM is proud to provide our employees with exciting, diverse, and challenging opportunities. The selected candidate can look forward to contributing to projects that include multimodal corridor studies, environmental and transit-specific planning.
The ideal candidate:
Ability to work collaboratively with strong, dynamic teams.
Develops reports, graphics, and technical memoranda as assigned
Possesses technical excellence in transit and transportation planning.
Reviews and produces comprehensive transportation and transit planning studies.
Participates in meetings and presents project findings to staff with advisory boards and elected officials.
Interprets and applies applicable government codes, ordinances, and regulations.
Acts as a liaison between community groups, government agencies, developers, and elected officials.
Conducts extensive research in specific or general project areas, writes and presents formal and technical reports, working papers and correspondence.
Experience with contributing to the development of long-range transportation plans for transit agencies.
Experience working on transportation and transit projects in compliance of local, state, and federal regulations including the National Environmental Policy Act and Federal Transit Administration funding requirements
City of Greeley Job Description
Salary Range: $78,299.33 - $113,534.03 annually
Hiring Range: $78,299.33 - $95,916.68 annually
The Chief Planner provides leadership in the day to day operations of the Planning Division of the Community Development Department. This position leads the Division’s Long Range and neighborhood Planning functions and supervises Planning staff members assigned to those functions. In the absence of the Planning Manager, the Chief Planner assumes their responsibilities, including supervision of all other Planning staff members. Receives and responds to citizen and applicant inquires, and makes presentations to the community, Planning Commission, and City Council.
The Chief Planner explains complex procedures; negotiates policy and land use related items, seeks solutions to issues and concerns, and researches and reports on requests and special projects. Regularly updates the City’s Comprehensive Plan, conducts and prepares neighborhood studies and plans. Provides the City’s Annual Growth and Project Report (including quarterly updates), Development Code amendments and strategic annexations and zonings. Coordinate the yearly performance reviews with the Planning Manager.
The Chief Planner reviews and processes land use and zoning requests; receives citizen and applicant inquiries; provides information by telephone and in person; explains complex procedures, regulations, and code requirements; may conduct site inspections associated with land development or use requests; manages files for assigned current planning and other land use applications and requests; negotiates with applicants to seek solutions to issues or concerns using individual judgment; researches and reports on requests and special projects; attends meetings, and makes presentations.
Planner I/ II/III/Senior
Town of Breckenridge https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/breckenridgeco/jobs/3719740/planner-i-ii
City of Commerce City The Planner II / III performs advanced and high level long range and current planning activities; trains junior staff; and collects, analyzes and prepares data required in the development of current planning cases and comprehensive and project planning assignments. This is a senior-level professional and technical planning position providing staff support to the Planning Manager, Director of Community Development, City Manager’s Office, City Council, and the various Community Development Boards and Commissions. Work is performed with a reasonable degree of latitude for independent, mature judgement.
The hiring range for Planner II $28.20 - $35.25/hourly; $58,654 - $73,371/annually The hiring range for Planner III is $34.61 - $43.26/hourly; $71,987 - $89,984/annually.
Community Builders We are seeking a new team member to lead with and assist other project managers with different types of projects, helping communities address tough issues such as economic diversification, community revitalization, building complete streets, brownfield redevelopment, and more. This person will collaborate with community partners across the American West to design inclusive project processes that lead to real solutions. We are looking for someone who can lead projects collaboratively, taking ownership of their role while effectively utilizing their team and delegating as needed. This person must also be able to collaborate with a variety of external partners, maintaining strong relationships and effective communication between local communities, funders, and other partners.
What you might do in a day… Design a facilitated workshop for local leaders to help them understand how community and economic development are closely related and apply these concepts to their town. Summarize and present the findings of a public engagement process to a City Council. Lead an internal work session to develop a project approach for a new community we are working with. Coordinate a training session for local stakeholders on brownfields resources and revitalization opportunities. Facilitate a call with a local team to check in on the project process and communicate next steps. Help create, through writing and visualizations, a community plan that synthesizes community input, analysis, and strategies. Manage all or portions of a community assistance project. Design graphically engaging tools, such as posters, presentations, or infographics, for a project or community workshop. Research a topic and provide a summary in clear language and infographics. Take meeting notes and concisely summarize and distribute them to community partners. Guide a community team through the steps of a toolkit for integrated transportation and land use planning.
Community Builders We are seeking a new team member to help manage or assist with different types of projects, helping communities address tough issues such as economic diversification, community revitalization, building complete streets, brownfield redevelopment, and more. The Project Associate role blends task execution as well as project coordination and management. We are looking for someone who is eager to learn, willing to hop in and help, and can take direction from more senior staff and apply that to future situations. This person must also be able to collaborate with a variety of external partners, cultivating strong relationships and maintaining effective communication with their team and external partners.
What you might do in a day… Coordinate a training session for local stakeholders on brownfields resources and opportunities. Plan logistics for an in-person site visit to one of our community partners Facilitate a call with a local team to check in on the project process and communicate next steps. Help create, through writing and visualizations, a community plan that synthesizes community input, analysis, and strategies. Manage all or portions of a community assistance project. Design graphically engaging tools, such as posters, presentations, or infographics, for a project or community workshop. Summarize the findings of a public engagement process in a memo or presentation. Research a topic and provide a summary in clear language and infographics. Take meeting notes and concisely summarize and distribute them to community partners. Guide a community team through the steps of a toolkit for integrated transportation and land use planning.
Planner/Community Services Officer
Clear Creek County Primarily responsible for managing the County’s short term rental program and code enforcement program. Process permit approvals, monitor permits for compliance, monitor status and compliance of code violation cases, develop plans of compliance.
Fehr & Peers At Fehr & Peers, we are a diverse group of individuals with one thing in common—a passion for transportation. We highly value that same passion in candidates for our team. Our Entry-Level Engineers and Planners may expect to build a career foundation through a wide variety of experiences. Our emphasis on the early development of project management and technical skills provides the tools for success as well as a foundation for increasing career growth. These opportunities for personal and professional growth are maximized through experience in both planning and engineering project work and by exposure to a multitude of project types and tasks.
Toole Design Toole Design Group in Denver, CO is looking to hire an experienced and talented full-time Planning Manager. Do you have a strong background in urban/regional planning with a successful track record of project management on multimodal transportation plans and projects? Do you enjoy supervising a team in advancing cutting-edge transportation projects that center social and environmental equity? Do you love mentoring other planners and bringing out the best in them? If so, please consider joining our Denver team.
Toole Design Toole Design Group in Denver, CO is looking to hire an experienced and talented full-time Senior Planner. Do you have a strong background in multimodal transportation planning? Are you passionate about creating innovative and impactful plans, policies, and programs? Would you like to join a team that is at the forefront of making communities safer, healthier, and more equitable? If so, please consider joining our Denver team.
La Plata County Community Development Dept. Principal Planner Community Development Department Position Closes: 4 pm Friday, October 21, 2022 Salary: $85,000 – 90,000 Annually DOE Status: Full-time with our full benefits package including medical, dental, vision, retirement, 39+ paid vacation/holiday days, 13+ paid sick days & paid parental leave benefits To apply: Visit co.laplata.co.us/jobs and apply online Provides leadership and management of the current planning division including staff supervision, project management and processing of development proposals. Excellent written and oral communication skills including presentation skills are required. The ideal candidate will demonstrate proven skills in team building, conflict resolution and a focus on excellent customer service. Requires BA or Master’s Degree in Urban or Regional Planning, or related field and 6 or more years of progressively responsible experience. A.I.C.P. preferred
Landscape Architect / Designer
Clauson Rawley Associates Inc Landscape Architect/Designer—prepares site plans and planting plans for residential, commercial, and public sector projects. Should be proficient in Sketch-Up and AutoCAD and have good familiarity with plant materials and hardscape design concepts. Other design programs, such as Lumion, Rhino or InDesign, and good free-hand sketching would be a plus. Candidates should have good presentation skills and be able to work collaboratively with other disciplines. Able to provide marketing support for client development. Applicants should have 3-5 years of experience and either have licensure or be well on their way. Starting salary $60,000-$75,000 depending on qualifications and experience. Relocation benefits are provided as well. Please provide portfolio (not exceeding 20 MB), cover letter and resume to firstname.lastname@example.org .
Clauson Rawley Associates Inc Senior Planner—manages zoning and land use analysis, prepares applications for land use approvals, prepares comprehensive and master plans. Applicants should have a good understanding of land use codes and site design principles, as well as approval processes. Applicants must have good writing and public presentation skills; familiarity with MS Office Suite programs, particularly Word, Excel, and PowerPoint. Sketch-Up, GIS, AutoCAD or InDesign would be a plus. Able to provide marketing support for public and private sector projects. Requirements include a BA, MA, MLA (Planning, LA, Env. Studies) and 4 years’ experience in municipal or private office. Applicants should have AICP certification or be in process for obtaining certification. Starting salary $60,000 to $89,000 depending on qualifications and experience.
This is a hybrid office with the opportunity for remote work. Some client work will require local site visits. We meet at least one day per week in office for project review and collaboration. We provide financial support for learning new skills and rapid advancement, including potential employee ownership based on experience and performance. We believe in improving our client’s products, making the world better. We provide competitive salaries and benefits including relocation bonus, fully paid health insurance, 401k with 4% company match, ski pass. Apply now to email@example.com with letter, resume, work samples.
Valerian LLC Salary: $55k – $80k per year commensurate with experience
Valerian is growing and is currently searching for a versatile landscape architect/designer who wants to thrive in a small firm and add to our talented team. Valerian is a place for individuals to grow and expand their experience to include a wide range of project types. We offer a generous benefit package with work life balance and work from home options as a key component to our office culture.
Valerian is an award-winning Landscape Architecture, Planning, and Irrigation Design firm that is recognized for our green infrastructure, parks and open space, private development, and urban design projects. Our portfolio is most noted for our many stream corridor and drainageway projects with a focus on inclusively engaging all visitors with their environment. The projects Valerian works on blend creativity, artistry, and science-based design to develop interesting and sustainable landscapes that encourage people to interact with their physical environment.
The ideal candidate should have the following characteristics:
The candidate must be an eager self-starter, energetic and can work independently and in a team setting on multiple projects at the same time. A degree in Landscape Architecture, Urban Planning or similar with a minimum of 2-8 years of experience in a landscape architecture firm – required Strong graphic ability with experience in Lumion – required A proven knowledge of construction documentation – preferred A working understanding of the Colorado native plant palette and environmental design Skilled in AutoCAD, Adobe Creative Suite, SketchUp, and Microsoft Office -required Experience with LandFX – preferred but not required Eagerness to work on stream corridor, green infrastructure, and urban design projects – Required Please submit a cover letter, resume, work samples, and two references to firstname.lastname@example.org
Transportation/Land Use Planner
Bohannan Huston Bohannan Huston is currently seeking to hire qualified Transportation/Land Use Planners to work in our Englewood, CO or Albuquerque, NM office, with both mid-level and senior-level opportunities available!
Bohannan Huston’s planning team participates in a variety of local and regional planning activities, including master transportation plans, corridor and streetscape studies, bicycle and pedestrian plans, comprehensive plans, long-range capital plans, affordable housing initiatives, broadband strategic plans, and more. Integral to many of these projects are robust outreach and stakeholder engagement initiatives.
Dynamic Planning + Science Want more diversity in your planning work? Want a more flexible job environment and schedule? We’re looking for someone who’s interested in a variety of planning topics to join our small team! We focus on data-driven planning for hazard mitigation, housing, development review, resilience/climate change, and more to help small communities CO and CA.
Town of Mountain Village Senior planner position: land use, design review, code amendments - housing available with the position - salary scale just adjusted upwards as of Oct 1 - ready to live in the mountains? Ski in and ski out from work?
CREA Affilates 1. Experience in land use and comprehensive planning. 2. Experience in analyzing and writing codes. 3. Experience in working with public agency staff . 4. Good working knowledge of Washington state and city codes. 5. Excellent verbal and written communication skills; a true team player. 6. Superior interpersonal skills. 8. Experience in client management and business development. 9. Proficiency in GIS (be explicit about skill level: beginner, intermediate, advanced).
Cambridge Systematics The Transportation Analyst works under the general supervision of a Project Manager on assignments such as statewide and regional planning studies, multimodal corridor studies, financial and economic analysis, transportation policy analysis, environmental analysis and others. They handle assignments of a quantitative and qualitative nature; learn to use, understand, appropriately apply new technical tools; and begin to develop interpretive skills. While business development and project management are not typically a part of this role, the Transportation Analyst may be asked to assist with such activities at the discretion of more senior consultants.