Project Analyst is TRA’s entry-level consulting position. The Project Analyst will be based in TRA’s Philadelphia office, and will work with TRA’s staff there, and with personnel in New York, Chicago, Florida, Washington, DC, Pittsburgh, and elsewhere. The Project Analyst will travel frequently in support of TRA projects throughout the United States. The Project Analyst supports TRA’s consulting staff and their highly varied, technical field work. Responsibilities include participating in client interviews, field assessments, and observations; documentation of business processes; writing and editing reports and proposals; interpreting and editing client documentation and procedures; and providing data, information, and analyses for use by TRA project managers and subject matter experts.
The position answers primarily to TRA personnel, but also will interface with TRA clients in both public and private sectors. This Analyst will join a staff of other, very skilled Analysts who are involved in multiple projects — with varied groups of coworkers — at any given time. The Project Analyst often also works independently and will be expected to continuously learn about all aspects of public transportation operations, maintenance, safety, and security.
The Project Analyst position is based in Philadelphia, but also includes approximately frequent (often 40% – 60%, sometimes more) travel, much of which includes multi-day trips, as dictated by current projects. Position is salaried, and is based on an approximately 45-hour work week. Schedule and total hours will vary depending on current assignments. The Project Analyst will see a progressive increase in responsibilities. There are opportunities for professional advancement within TRA for successful Analysts. Tell us why you are the right person for TRA’s Project Analyst position – send your qualifications and an expression of interest explaining why you would be a good fit for the Project Analyst position to firstname.lastname@example.org. Applicants without an expression of interest will not be considered.