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Econolite
Check out our careers page to learn all about fantastic career opportunities at Econolite!
Link: https://www.econolite.com/about/careers/career-opportunities/
Many
Fehr & Peers
Varies, see website
Link: fehrandpeers.com/careers/
Multiple Positions available!
Kimley-Horn
We have awesome opportunities for Analysts, Project Engineers, Project Managers and Senior Leaders in transportation. Visit our website to learn more about our collaborative culture that rewards performance with stellar bonus and other amazing benefits. Proud to be named year after year as one of FORTUNE’s 100 Best Companies to Work for!
Link: https://www.kimley-horn.com/careers
Ready for a career change?
DKS Associates
Build a new chapter in your career with the DKS team. We have multiple opportunities available.
Link: https://www.dksassociates.com/careers-2/
Multiple Job Opportunities
Iteris
Iteris has many career opportunities available
Link: https/www.iteris.com
ITS Project Managers and Project Engineers
ADVANTEC
We are looking for ITS Project Managers and Project Engineers to assist us managing and working on multimodal smart mobility projects for cities and counties in California
Link: None
Arterial Operations Program Coordinator
Metropolitan Transportation Commission
The Metropolitan Transportation Commission (MTC) is the transportation planning, financing and coordinating agency for the nine-county San Francisco Bay Area.

Under the supervision and direction of the Principal Program Coordinator, the Arterial Operations Program Coordinator will lead and support a wide range of transportation programs and projects focused on improving arterial operations for users by funding and deploying innovative transportation strategies, including intelligent transportation system (ITS) technology and multi-modal capital improvements.
Link: https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/mtcca/jobs/4231748/arterial-operations-program-coordinator
Active Transportation Data Steward
Caltrans
Under the general direction of the Active Transportation Data Branch Chief (Senior Transportation Engineer), the Data Steward (Transportation Engineer, Civil) provides technical leadership to create, oversee, quality control, and maintain data, databases, metadata, protocols, reporting, and workflows for the statewide active transportation count data program. This new statewide active transportation count program is advancing the state of practice nationally and requires creativity and innovation. The Data Steward serves as the technical lead for the development of the non-motorized module of the new Transportation System Network Replacement (TSNR) database, as well as the Statewide Active Transportation Database (SATDB). The data from this new program will be used to help meet strategic goals to enhance and connect the multi-modal transportation network, improve safety, lead on climate change, and advance equity and livability in all communities. Statewide travel may be required.
Link: calcareers.ca.gov/CalHrPublic/Jobs/JobPosting.aspx?JobControlld=398122
Branch Chief, Transportation System Analysis
Caltrans
A Senior Transportation Engineer (Supervisor), serves as the Transportation System Analysis Branch Chief, a statewide multi-modal transportation system analysis expert. They support the implementation of SB (Senate Bill) 1, SB 743, Transportation System Management & Operations (TSMO), travel demand management, Complete Streets, proven safety countermeasures, and Asset Management in terms of multi-modal transportation system analysis and evaluation at various project phases. They coordinate with Planning & Modal Programs and Sustainability to provide guidance for transportation impact analysis as a result of local land use proposals and projects; serves as the statewide functional manager for Transportation System Analysis and Local Development-Intergovernmental Review (LD-IGR) programs; and serves as the statewide Intersection Safety and Operational Assessment Process (ISOAP) coordinator.
Link: https://www.calcareers.ca.gov/CalHrPublic/Jobs/JobPosting.aspx?JobControlId=402793
Mobility and System Performance Office Chief
Caltrans
A Senior Transportation Engineer (Supervisor) serves as the functional manager of the Transportation System Improvement Program (TSIP) Branch. Also serves as the statewide project advisor for State Highway Operation and Protection Program (SHOPP) Operational Improvement (OI) Projects; supports the TSIP functions and activities that improve the operations of the State Highway System (SHS) by reducing delay, improving reliability and roadway safety, enhancing goods movement and freight access, and improving modality and accessibility; and monitors the SHS to identify mobility issues requiring investigation and improvement.
Link: calcareers.ca.gov/CalHrPublic/Jobs/JobPosting.aspx?JobControlId=402989
Branch Chief, Enterprise Traffic Data Branch
Caltrans
A Senior Transportation Engineer (Supervisor), serves as a functional manager of the Enterprise Traffic Data Branch. As the Branch Chief, they will lead the team responsible for replacing and maintaining the statewide TMS inventory information management system, and for maintaining TMS inventory data for all TMS elements. The TMS Inventory Database is linked to the Asset Management Tool, TMS GIS Map, IMMS Database, Trac Ticketing System and houses data for Field Elements, Communication, Central Applications, and Information Delivery Systems statewide. Accuracy and timeliness of the TMS inventory data is essential to meet the strategic goal of having 90% of TMS assets in good condition. The Branch Chief also provides leadership and partners with other districts, divisions, and local agencies to manage transportation system management and operations (TSMO) type data and Transportation Management System (TMS) inventory and achieve the Senate Bill 1 (SB1) performance target. They also ensure data quality, provide information to Assets Management for State Highway System Management Plan (SHSMP) and project books, and assists districts with developing work plans to achieve asset management goals.
Link: https://www.calcareers.ca.gov/CalHrPublic/Jobs/JobPosting.aspx?JobControlId=404896
Branch Chief, Enterprise Traffic Data
Caltrans
The branch chief, a Senior Transportation Electrical Engineer (Supervisor), serves as a functional manager of the Enterprise Traffic Data Branch. They lead the team responsible for replacing and maintaining the statewide TMS inventory information management system, and for maintaining and managing TMS inventory data for all TMS elements. The TMS Inventory Database is linked to the Asset Management Tool, TMS GIS Map, IMMS Database, TRAC Ticketing System and houses data for Field Elements, Communication, Central Applications, and Information Delivery Systems statewide. Accuracy and timeliness of the TMS inventory data is essential to meet the strategic goal of having 90% of TMS assets in good condition. They also provide leadership and partners with other districts, divisions, and local agencies to manage transportation system management operations (TSMO) type data and Transportation Management System (TMS) inventory and achieve the Senate Bill 1 (SB1) performance target. They ensure data quality, provide information to Assets Management for State Highway System Management Plan (SHSMP) and project books, and assist districts with developing work plans to achieve asset management goals.
Link: https://www.calcareers.ca.gov/CalHrPublic/Jobs/JobPosting.aspx?JobControlId=404916
Branch Chief, TSMO
Caltrans
A Senior Transportation Engineer (Supervisor), serves as a functional manager of the Transportation System Management and Operations (TSMO) Branch. TSMO is a holistic, multi-modal, and proactive approach that focuses on the entire program/project life-cycle and operational and business improvements that can maximize the reliability and performance of the existing transportation system without added highway capacity. The Branch Chief sets TSMO program objectives; recommends organizational structure; defines business processes, program management, investment prioritization and resource management; takes the lead for TSMO communication. They serve a the Department’s TSMO subject matter expert and coordinator; promote adoption and incorporation of TSMO principles, tactics, and operational strategies statewide; and promotes the establishment of a people-focused system operations culture within the Department. In close collaboration with the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) and internal/external stakeholders, they enhance and sustain mobility for all modes on the State Highway System (SHS), develop operational strategies, analyzes and models traffic and movement, and proactively monitors the performance of the transportation system through the TSMO approach.
Link: https://www.calcareers.ca.gov/CalHrPublic/Jobs/JobPosting.aspx?JobControlId=404946
Data Collection/Analysis Engineer
Caltrans
Under the general direction of the Branch Chief of Business Intelligence and Automation, a Senior Transportation Engineer (Supervisor), the incumbent, a Transportation Engineer (Civil), serves as the Data Collection/Analysis Engineer in the Business Intelligence & Automation Branch.

The incumbent performs a wide variety of data processing tasks for transportation operation business needs. The incumbent performs a variety of engineering analysis, quality control and assurance, data mining, and data governance duties to support a diverse customer base (including the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) and Caltrans project delivery personnel).
Link: https://www.calcareers.ca.gov/CalHrPublic/Jobs/JobPosting.aspx?JobControlId=406051
Office Chief, Traffic Management
Caltrans
Under the general direction of the Deputy Division Chief of System Operations, the Supervising Transportation Engineer, serves as the Chief of the Office of Traffic Management.

The Chief will establish statewide policies, practices, and guidelines to provide a safe and reliable transportation network that serves all people and respects the environment; work with internal and external partners to implement tools and technologies for day-to-day operations and safety; bring in new innovations and technologies; and facilitate safe and reliable transportation system operations throughout the State. Activities focus on Traffic Management Center (TMC) operations, traffic incident management, traveler information, and work zone operations.

The Chief will also oversee the establishment of statewide policies, practices and guidelines for the operations of TMC, TMC facilities, Traffic Management Teams, Freeway Service Patrol, Call Boxes, Lane Closure System, QuickMap, traveler information and traffic operations in work zones.
Link: https://www.calcareers.ca.gov/CalHrPublic/Jobs/JobPosting.aspx?JobControlId=408896
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