MAG is seeking a qualified transportation engineer to support its efforts in the Transportation Policy and Planning Division. The position will focus on activities related to the management and implementation of the Freeway Life Cycle Program, Arterial Life Cycle Program, and Regional Transportation Plan (RTP). Duties include managing transportation studies; assessing, analyzing and evaluating transportation infrastructure design, functionality, cost, schedule, and project risk; developing alternative approaches to respond to mobility needs and traffic demand; and coordination with stakeholders and partners, including member agencies and the Arizona Department of Transportation, to support policy and implementation efforts. The position will also include facilitation of working group sessions and public meeting presentations.
The ideal candidate will be an experienced engineer in the area of highway/roadway design/planning or traffic operations. The candidate will be proficient in leading planning-level analysis and reviewing engineering and design-specific solutions. The candidate should have experience working with consultants or consultant teams, preferably in a large urban area.
Experience coordinating with agency partners and stakeholders is preferred. Experience presenting complex technical information to a diverse set of stakeholders, including members of the public and policy makers, highly desired.
Experience and Education
A Bachelor’s degree in civil engineering or related field with a minimum of at least four (4) years of experience in freeway and roadway design, planning, or traffic engineering required. Private sector and project management experience a plus. Professional Engineer (PE) license desired but not required.
The Maricopa Association of Governments (MAG) is a group of local governments working together on issues that touch the lives of every resident. We are a regional planning agency that develops solutions in areas such as transportation, air quality, economic development, and programs that meet the human needs of the region.
MAG serves a thriving region of more than 4 million people. Our members include 27 cities and towns, three Native nations, Maricopa County and Pinal County. Our planning area encompasses more than 10,000 square miles. MAG is a council of governments and the designated metropolitan planning organization for transportation planning.
MAG conducts extensive applied research to help frame public policy and further our core mission of strengthening the Greater Phoenix region. Through innovative tools such as our interactive online maps, we make data accessible to the public for a broad range of uses.
Relocation assistance may be available.
Visit www.azmag.gov to learn more. MAG is a great place to work. We are an equal opportunity employer and provide an excellent benefits package.
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About Maricopa Association of Governments (MAG)
The Maricopa Association of Governments (MAG) is a Council of Governments (COG) that serves as the regional planning agency for the metropolitan Phoenix area.
MAG is the regional air quality planning agency and Metropolitan Planning Organization (MPO) for transportation for Maricopa County. This includes the Phoenix area and the neighboring urbanized area in Pinal County, containing the Town of Florence and City of Maricopa. to view a list of our member agencies, click her