Are you looking for a position in local government that offers long term professional growth and personal achievement? Do you want a career with challenging projects and diverse opportunities? Do you want to be part of the team that is working for a stronger and safer Spokane? If you are searching for an opportunity to facilitate responsible development and build a better community, consider joining Development Service Center as an Associate Traffic Engineer.
Are skilled in traffic engineering, curbside design and right of way concerns.
Work collaboratively, understand the needs of the community and are open to new ideas and innovation.
Have a degree in Transportation or Civil Engineering, are an Engineer in Training or have Professional Engineer certificates.
Have at least three years of experience in professional engineering, at the professional level, with two in traffic engineering or a similarly related field.
As a City of Spokane Associate Traffic Engineer, you will frequently interact with customers, endeavoring to provide a consistent, predictable and reliable permitting processes. The Development Services Center is a culture of inclusivity and collaboration, with fast paced and rewarding work. Our Associate Traffic Engineers have excellent advancement opportunities, professional development, annual pay step increases, a flexible schedule and great employee benefits, including a pension plan!
Please visit the City of Spokane Career Center at governmentjobs.com/careers/spokanecity, for the full job specification and compensation details.
Combinations of education and experience that are equivalent to the following minimum qualifications are acceptable.
Open Entry Requirements: (Open-entry applicants must meet all requirements when they apply.)
Education: Graduation from an accredited college or university with a bachelor's degree in Transportation or Civil Engineering, with course work in transportation.
Experience: Three years of experience in engineering at the professional level, two of which must have been in traffic engineering or related field.
Substitutions: Possession of an Engineer in Training or Professional Engineer certificate may substitute for the educational requirement. A master's degree in Transportation or Traffic Engineering may substitute for one year of experience.
Licenses: Possession of a valid driver's license.
Internal Number: 252-2021
About City of Spokane
Spokane is located in the heart of the Inland Northwest and is the second most populous city in Washington. The Spokane River runs through the city and beautiful Riverfront Park in downtown Spokane. An array of enjoyable outdoor activities are right out our back door; including ski resorts, white-water rafting, camping areas, hiking trails, lakes, and the Centennial trail.
Spokane has been selected as an All-America City three times in the past 41 years, including in 2015 when it was one of 10 honored throughout the country. The city hosts many great community events, festivals and gatherings, and is home to the Lilac Bloomsday Run, the largest timed road race in the nation, and the largest three-on-three basketball tournament, Hoopfest.