Some people look at buildings when they’re in a city for the first time; you look at buses andbike lanes. Bloomington, IN, a bustling university city, is poised to implement a multimodaltransportation system that balances the needs of 85,000 residents, nearly half of whom arestudents. The new Transportation and Traffic Engineer has the opportunity to step into the city’shistory at an inflection point. A progressive, dynamic city with a commitment to sustainability,economic vitality and quality of life, Bloomington is enjoying an unprecedented number ofopportunities for growth that demand reinvention of the city’s transportation network. TheTransportation and Traffic Engineer will play a major role in reshaping that network into amultimodal system with a view toward accessibility, efficiency, health and safety, and ecologicalconservation, while at the same time streamlining commutes, promoting walkability and bicyclefriendliness, enlivening street life, and connecting neighborhoods, parks and commercial areas.As a senior planner and a member of the City’s Plan Commission, the Transportation and TrafficEngineer will exert a significant level of impact on the city’s development in the comingdecades.
The successful candidate will have the equivalent of a Master’s Degree in Civil Engineering orrelated field, as well as a Professional Engineering License with a minimum of 4 years of workexperience practicing as a licensed Engineer. Supervisory experience is preferred. Candidate alsoshould have thorough knowledge of and ability to utilize accepted traffic engineering principlesand practices, as well as excellent project management and communication skills.Live among the rolling hills of southern Indiana in a popular university community with anactive regional arts, sports, culinary and cultural presence. Salary range is $70,596-$87,280.Please send cover letter and resume by September 24, 2018 to firstname.lastname@example.org.