Are you a senior transportation planning engineer looking for your next career move? Or are you an aspiring leader in transportation planning looking to join an organization where silos, red tape and bureaucracy do not exist? If you have local experience, strong connections with municipal and provincial clients, and proven experience in leading multi-disciplinary teams, we want to hear from you!
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ISL’s Transportation Team is big enough to win interesting projects and work, providing versatility when it comes to multi-disciplinary project exposure, yet not so big that our staff become pigeonholed. Our work environment is truly unique in that we value:
- Collaboration and a lack of silos – we are tightly integrated with the traffic and road safety, municipal and highway design teams;
- No red tape and our flat organizational structure – you will have the freedom and accountability to manage things the way you want to manage them; and
- Familiarity with the people we partner with – we know each other as a multidisciplinary team, we know our strengths, we leverage them, and we work as a larger Transportation team.
- Your approach to team collaboration and business development; and
- The key leadership or interpersonal skills that you leverage the most.
- Registered professional engineer (P.Eng.), with Engineers and Geoscientists BC, with 10+ years’ experience in BC;
- Demonstrated ability to win highway, urban roads, port, transit and/or rural highway projects and lead Ministry projects;
- Knowledge of best practice and guidelines with respect to urban street design and rural roadways as well as provincial, regional, and local planning processes;
- Familiarity with provincial, regional, and local planning processes; and
- Direct experience with, or at the least, familiarity with planning and design software including AutoCAD, Auto Turn, ArcGIS, Synchro, SimTraffic, Sidra, Vissim, VISUM, EMME.
- PMP designation;
- PTP or PTOE designation;
- Translink/Airport/Port of Vancouver experience; and
- Aviation, transit, port and marine (sectors).
Reporting to the Acting Manager of Transportation Planning, the Senior Transportation Planning Engineer will lead their own projects and help advance the Transportation Planning discipline at ISL alongside our municipal, highways, and traffic and road safety engineers. The ideal candidate will have their sights set on leadership as the role offers the opportunity for career advancement in the form of leading and managing the Transportation Planning team.
The team is award winning and highly experienced. You will further build upon the team’s previous successes by bringing in complimentary work from the Ministry and other key clients. You won’t need to wait for someone to tell you what to do, you will have the freedom and flexibility to chart your own path and work collaboratively with the larger Transportation team on full cycle project delivery. Collaboration is just how we work, we have each others backs and all without the constraints that a lot of other organizations have. Your development is up to you, either through a variety of projects or fully funded education experiences.
- Maintain connections with municipal, provincial, port, and airport clients;
- Proposal writing, project cost estimating, and timely delivery of successful project proposals;
- Attend client meetings, conferences, mixers, and develop marketing materials for each; and
- Present project successes at conferences and attend industry technical committees.
- Project management of projects of all sizes, including scope, schedule, budget, and client liaison;
- Management of project teams and liaison with internal disciplines as well as external sub-consultants as necessary;
- Community engagement with stakeholders and the public, including event organization, attendance, presentation, and analytical support;
- Transportation data collection and analysis to document existing conditions and determine future needs;
- Author concise problem definition statements based on existing/future conditions and develop solutions that address the defined problem;
- Undertake cost benefit analysis, multi-account evaluation analysis and author business cases to support a preferred option;
- Preparation of written material to document project work including memo’s, reports, plans, policies, briefing materials and guidelines in a clear and concise manner;
- Design for urban roadway projects including complete street improvements and other multi-modal infrastructure;
- Work with the highway design group to develop concept designs and options for urban and rural highway projects; and
- Work in accordance with Quality Management processes, ensure technical quality of deliverables, and ensure schedule milestones are achieved.
- Participate in weekly project meetings to ensure that we have the right people and right skills aligned to projects;
- Provide clear direction to the team and ask for it where necessary;
- Communicate with internal and external clients and partners; and
- Guide and mentor staff.