Transportation Roadway Project Engineer
David Evans and Associates, Inc.
Ontario, CA

About $59,000 - $85,000 a year

DEA’s is hiring a Transportation Roadway Project Engineer to support our Roads and Highways group while working on transportation related projects. We are looking to place candidates in our Ontairo, Tustin and Temecula, CA offices. A successful candidate will be a highly motivated self-starter assigned to work on multidiscipline projects performing engineering calculations and design using specialized technical skills, experience and engineering judgment to transform concept designs into construction drawings and technical specifications. The work may include street improvements, utility plans, freeway, highway and roadway design, construction documents and all supporting documentation.

Other duties include:
Coordinate projects with supervisor, project managers, and firm staff.
Designs, prepares and analyzes preliminary and final plans in Autodesk Civil 3D, and/or Microstation/InRoads software.
Develops PS&E construction drawings for public improvement projects.
Analyzes maps, reports, drawings, as-builts for design projects.
Preparation and modification of reports, specifications, cost estimates and designs for projects.
Coordinate with governing agencies and utility purveyors.
Develop, track and modify project schedules.
Communicate and participate in a team environmental and successfully workshare with other offices.

Basic Qualifications:
Bachelor’s degree in Civil Engineering
Engineer-in-Training Certification
Minimum 2 years of civil engineering design related to transportation projects
Microstation/InRoads or Civil 3D project experience
Project experience with local agencies or DOT’s

Preferred Qualifications:
California Professional Engineering License

Medical, Dental, Vision, and Life Insurance
Paid Time Off (PTO)/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 five markets: Bridges and Structures, Roads and Highways, Transit and Rail, Smart Mobility and Construction Engineering.