Transportation Planner – Winston-Salem, NC | 12.2.19

Name of Employer: City of Winston-Salem
Employer Website: https://www.cityofws.org/
Winston-Salem, NC
Job title: Transportation Planner

Job Details / Description

Assists with the development and implementation of the Winston-Salem Urban Area Metropolitan Planning Organization’s (MPO) 2040 Transportation Plan; guides the conversion of the Thoroughfare Plan and Technical Report into a Comprehensive Transportation Plan (CTP); works with the City-County Planning Board (CCPB) in the collection and maintenance of base year socio-economic data for the travel demand model, small area plans and other comprehensive planning activities; completes Vehicle Occupancy Counts (VOC) studies and other data collection activities on the street and highway network as needed; provides technical assistance to appointed and elected officials, business community, neighborhood organizations, general public and various staff at the Federal, State and local levels; serves as a liaison to municipalities within the MPO; completes the required performance planning and evaluation documents.

Starting salary for this position is $47,799.94 annually.

Job Candidate Qualifications

Education and Experience: A Master’s degree in transportation planning, city and regional planning or a closely related field, or a combination of a Bachelor’s degree in city and regional planning or closely related field and two years of professional experience in transportation planning. AICP Certification is desirable.

Thorough knowledge of: the concepts, principles, techniques and legal aspects of transportation planning; current literature and recent initiatives in the transportation planning field; research and statistical methods; governmental organizations and operations; community interrelationships; project management methods and techniques.

Skills and abilities to: analyze and systematically compile technical and statistical information; make recommendations based on findings in studies, field observation and public contacts; use computers and other technologies in the analysis and presentation of information; prepare and deliver clear, concise and effective oral and written presentations to the general public, appointed boards and elected officials; establish and maintain effective working relationships with Federal, State, local officials, the general public, employees and contractors; work independently with minimal direction and supervision; plan and supervise the work of technicians and temporary employees; simultaneously manage multiple projects; be a problem solver.

How to Apply

Please submit your application and resume to the City of Winston-Salem.
https://agency.governmentjobs.com/winstonsalemnc/default.cfm

Closing date: 12/11/2019

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December 2, 2019

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