DEA’s Portland, OR office is hiring for a Transportation Engineer-in-Training to be part of our Transportation Business Unit. The position responsibilities will be diverse and will include providing engineering, design, and observation activities related to light rail, passenger rail, street car, and highway/roadway projects. These activities will occur both in the office and on project sites. Because we serve clients on projects across the United States, some travel may be required.
Additional duties include, but are not limited to:
Designing of track and facilities.
Designing of grading, drainage, utilities, access roads and at-grade crossings, including related permitting.
Preparation of design details, schematics, and engineering specifications.
Designing, preparing, or overseeing the preparation of preliminary and final plans in Civil 3D, and Microstation/InRoads software.
Coordinating with other project disciplines including structural, architectural, geotechnical, surveying, and other aspects of a project.
Preparation of quantity and cost estimates.
Limited field observation on project sites before, during, and after construction.
Bachelor's Degree in Civil Engineering
1+ years of experience with transportation projects focusing on transit and roadways
Experience with Civil 3D or Microstation/InRoads
Medical, Dental, Vision, and Life Insurance
Paid Time Off/Holiday Pay
401k and Employee Stock Ownership Program (ESOP)
Flexible 9/80 (every other Friday off) work schedule
Transportation Jobs with DEA
The increasing complexities of modern transportation include growing demands, aging infrastructure, rising costs, funding challenges, and environmental concerns. Agencies and communities faced with improving their transportation systems must do more with less. From initial investigations through planning, concept development, final design, and construction, DEA responds with solutions that serve today’s transportation needs while accommodating tomorrow’s growth. Our Transportation Business Unit focuses on four markets: Bridges and Structures, Roads and Highways, Transit and Rail, and Construction Engineering.