Available Locations: New Haven, Orlando,Dallas,Los Angeles
As a member of this team, you would contribute to CDM Smith's mission by:
Manage traffic and revenue (T&R) studies of existing and proposed toll roads and corridor improvement projects with a managed or priced lane component.
Provide guidance and oversight to a team of T&R professionals; develop project scopes of work, fee estimates and schedules; development project management plan, quality management plan and staffing plan; perform quality assurance and quality control reviews at various steps during the study, documenting the quality management process; monitor and manage project budgets, including monthly invoicing and progress reporting; communicate with clients, group leader and client service manager on a regular (weekly) basis; present results of the studies to clients.
Coordinate projects for the development, integration and use of travel demand models for traffic planning, operational analysis and toll revenue analysis.
Supervise Traffic and Revenue Studies, travel demand modeling toll projects, interact with toll industry clients and marketing travel demand services for toll projects.
Support development of rating agency presentations, travel demand process, road pricing procedures, toll road risk analysis, computer applications to support travel demand modeling and transportation simulation packages.
Support and guide the development of new software algorithms to improve the travel demand modeling process.
Mentor, train and guide the professional development of junior staff.
Perform a wide range of T&R analyses for urban and rural corridors for both public and private clients.
Work closely with financial advisors and project engineers to evaluate traditional and concession-based toll feasibility studies.
Responsibilities also include overseeing travel demand modeling and forecasting activities for transportation planning studies incorporating motorist’s willingness-to-pay survey results into the process.
Manage multiple T&R projects concurrently; participate in client meetings to present findings; manage small- to medium-sized transportation projects; write, review and edit technical reports and prepare presentations and other project specific deliverables.
Guide the development of summaries of travel demand model outputs.
Participate on project pursuit teams by assisting in the development of proposals and statements of qualifications in response to requests for proposals or qualifications.
Promote CDM Smith's goals regarding strategic business development, project management, staff utilization and staff development.
A BA/BS in arts, planning, engineering or science (MA/MS in planning, engineering, science or environmental science/management preferred)
Twelve to 15 years relevant, related experience
Membership in at least one national professional society
AICP certification or EIT required, or the ability to obtain within 18 months of hire.
A proven record as mentor to junior level staff