Job Summary:

This role will support our transportation and infrastructure practice and will focus on design and construction contract compliance, capital project management, , inspections, safety and security certifications, quality management, grant funding, project controls and processes, maintenance and other compliance related types of assessments for all modes of transportation capital development including airports, bridges/highways, and rail.

Qualification and Job Requirements:

  • Applicant should have a minimum of 5 years professional experience in public transportation
  • Review inspection and quality management plans
  • Review project and construction management plans
  • Conduct on-site visits and data collection
  • Review changes to project scope, schedule, and risks
  • Conduct on-site monitoring of DBE participation
  • Perform compliance reviews of DBE commercially useful function inclusion
  • Awareness of typical preliminary and operational hazards associated with rail transit
  • Understanding of typical FAA and FTA grant funding
  • General understanding of rail transit safety and security, state safety oversight, maintenance and operations, and rule compliance
  • Conduct quality control for scope assignments, written materials and reports
  • Prepare and give presentation to senior management, community members, stakeholders and policy makers on project progress, current status and recommendations
  • Applicant is generally knowledgeable of the construction industry, contract compliance and federal contracting
  • Understanding of overall project execution, including budgeting, project forecasting, cost control, schedule, and anticipated cost
  • Support preparation of audit reports and memorandums for internal and/or external use
  • Able to work independently, with some oversight and in a team environment displaying initiative and independent thinking
  • Must have a good work ethic and integrity, dependable, adaptable, cooperative, and motivated to take on new responsibilities
  • Willingness to join a growing capital project consulting business with excellent history, reputation and growth potential opportunities
  • Bachelor’s degree in construction management, engineering, planning, transit operations or related field required

Other Skills and Abilities:

  • Effective communicator at all levels within the organization, and externally, with strong oral and written skills
  • Must be highly organized, able to prioritize competing demands, detail-oriented, maintain accuracy and self-check work
  • Self-starter but can function effectively as part of a team
  • Strong problem-solving skills
  • Good judgment and influencing skills
  • General knowledge of computer applications including Microsoft Office Suite
  • Develop and maintain positive professional relationships both internally & externally

Company Benefits:

Competitive salary and benefits including paid vacation and sick leave, major holidays, medical/dental insurance, flexible spending accounts (FSA), 401K and profit sharing plan.

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