Traffic Lead - Transportation Infrastructure

Minimum Clearance Required to Start:
Not Applicable/None
Job Description:

Business Title: Georgia Traffic Lead - Transportation Infrastructure - Atlanta, Georgia

Position Overview: To serve as the overall lead for Traffic Practice in the Peachtree Corners, GA Office. The role for this position will be to serve as a key member of the Office Leadership Team, promoting the office goals, alongside colleagues serving as Discipline Leads and Project Managers and reporting to the Office Manager.

Specific Responsibilities:
  • Prepare, coordinate and supervise traffic engineering design, analysis and modeling tasks and provide traffic discipline support to other Discipline Leads and Project Managers.
  • Coordinate overall traffic backlog, schedules, budgets, and deadlines.
  • Train and manage traffic resources including staff workloads, career planning, individual development plans, including one-on-one conversations, salary recommendations, etc.
  • Actively engage with Traffic Technical Organization within Parsons to share or seek resources as needed.
  • Create a challenging professional environment of innovation, opportunity, development, and continuous improvement for the Traffic team focused on staff retention and succession planning.
  • Plan, monitor and ensure compliance with scope, schedule and budgetary constraints on multiple projects.
  • Lead/support (as appropriate) the development of Traffic Engineering/Design portfolio in collaboration with the Office Leadership Team.
  • Serve as Traffic Discipline Lead on pursuits and opportunities with GDOT and other clients. Support Alternative Technical Concept development for design/build proposals.

Additional Goals/Responsibilities:
  • Participate in Parsons Traffic Engineering Technical Organization to establish internal professional network. Infrastructure Technical Organization (ITO) facilitates seamless sharing of lessons learned, resources, expertise, and backlog across offices. Grow your stature within the ITO in the near/long term.
  • Support or lead traffic engineering tasks for other offices within the Atlantic area including North and South Carolina, Maryland, Virginia, and DC.
  • Strategize and engage in hiring decisions to achieve organic growth. Identify and develop high-potential talent.
  • Participate in strategizing, storyboarding, writing, and reviewing proposals - become an integral part of the team's success.
  • Participate in BD strategy meetings as needed.
  • Engage and serve in leadership positions within industry organizations, with specific subcommittee involvement at relevant Georgia organizations including ACEC, GPTQ, ITE, or others. Seek opportunities to make presentations or write articles. Encourage others in the team to do the same.
  • Maintain current knowledge of project pipeline for key clients

Requirements :
  • 4-year degree in Civil Engineering (or related field) and 15 years or more of related work experience in traffic engineering and analysis.
  • Professional Engineer (PE) registration is required.
  • PTOE certification is highly desirable, but not required.
  • Experience interfacing with Georgia DOT, or other similar state DOT representatives is essential
  • Solid foundational knowledge of basic traffic analysis and design software such as Synchro, Vissim, MicroStation and others.
  • Alternative delivery/design-build project experience is essential.