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Maricopa County Employment Opportunity – Traffic Studies Branch Manager

Opening Date: 07/19/21
Closing Date: 07/26/21 
Department: Transportation
Job Type: Unclassified/Full-Time
Location: Phoenix, Arizona
Salary: $82,472.00 – $123,760.00 Annually


About the Position

Are you ready to join a team made up of innovative and driven engineers with an impressive range of project experience, achievements, and backgrounds? Bring your leadership and expertise to the Maricopa Department of Transportation, and apply to the Traffic Studies Branch Manager today!

You will provide supervision to the Traffic Studies Branch evaluating traffic engineering issues, and recommending methods for reducing accidents and traffic congestion. This is a great opportunity for a motivated individual to take on the challenges of managing and growing an engineering branch! Will you be the one who helps us deliver exceptional results?

Position Qualifications:


  • Bachelor’s degree in Civil Engineering or a closely related field


  • Six (6) years of traffic engineering experience including work experience in engineering project management

Other Requirements

  • Registration as a Professional Engineer (PE) by the Arizona State Board of Technical Registration, OR by the technical board of another state, with the ability to obtain Arizona Registration within six (6) months of employment
  • Must possess a valid Arizona State Drivers License by the time of hire

Preferred Candidate has

  • Experience with the practical application of the guidelines of the Manual on Uniform Traffic Control Devices (MUTCD)
  • Experience with the application of the traffic engineering principles of the Policy of Geometric Design of Highways and Streets by the American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials (AASHTO)
  • ATSSA Traffic Control Supervisor, and Level III Signs & Markings certifications
  • Experience with the application of traffic engineering principles as it relates to roadside design, low volume road design, pedestrian, and bicycle facilities

Please click here for more information and to apply for this opportunity.


City of Flagstaff Employment Opportunity – Transportation Engineering Associate


The City of Flagstaff is seeking a professional, highly motivated and articulate individual to join our Transportation Engineering Team as a Transportation Engineer Associate.  The successful candidate will be a positive influence on day-to-day operations, have a ‘can-do’ attitude, and be comfortable with a hands-on and proactive team approach to solving problems.  The ideal candidate will have strong interest in multiple facets of traffic and transportation engineering, while exhibiting exceptional interpersonal skills with the public, interdisciplinary teams, and consultants alike.

This position is supervised by the City Traffic Engineer, and is a key position in the Transportation Engineering Program of the Engineering Section of the Community Development Division.

Administrative Duties

Actively supports and upholds the City of Flagstaff’s stated mission and values.  Duties range from routine to the most complex of project management responsibilities requiring incumbents to take initiative, make judgment calls, and make decisions for the projects/processes for which they are assigned.   
Employees of this class are expected to exercise skills and knowledge in the technical support associated with the management of projects, contracts, teams and services for city funded public improvements.   In addition, employees are expected to exercise considerable judgment, initiative, and professional skills in project administration, knowledge of resource management, and coordination of projects and program delivery.
This position is supervised by the City Traffic Engineer and is a key position in the Transportation Engineering Section of the Engineering Division.

Salary: $59,862.40 – $74,838.40 Annually
Location: Flagstaff AZ
Department:  Engineering
Job Number: 012-21-02
Closing:  Open Until Filled   

For full job description and more information, visit the Team Flagstaff Job Opportunities Website.


From ITS America: Call for Participation MobilityXX Working Groups


 MobilityXX is committed to increasing the number of women in the transportation industry by 10% over the next 10 years. #10in10

MobilityXX, a partnership of ITS AmericaThe Ray and WTS International Foundation, is engaging the broader transportation industry to increase the number of women from all backgrounds in the transportation workforce by 10% over the next ten years.

Why? U.S. Census data shows that from 2005 to 2019, the proportion of women in transportation occupations only increased by 3%.  As of 2019, women comprised only 15% of a 14.8 million transportation workforce, and even fewer are in decision-making roles. Access to transportation is directly linked to economic opportunity; and yet, women are at a considerable disadvantage.

The MobilityXX founders are launching working groups to help advance our goal of 10 in 10 – and we need your help.  There are several ways to become involved over the coming months.  Our near-term action plan covers 3 key areas and we are seeking volunteers of all backgrounds, and of all genders, to help in each area below:

Pledge Program Working Group | for corporate/organizational commitment to change

  • Socialize pledge within your network and serve as ambassadors to recruit companies to sign the pledge, shape peer exchanges for pledged companies & highlight successes.

Grants & Research Working Group | to support gender equity in transportation

  • Work with our researchers cohort to identify additional research needs and funding, explore additional grant opportunities & draft proposals.

Education/Outreach Working Group | to increase awareness and broader stakeholder involvement

  • Help program regular MobilityXX panels, make outreach to industry groups to become involved in initiative, amplify social media campaigns, assist with program and outreach for the Emerging Leaders Program for university students to coincide with ITSA’s 2021 Annual meeting.

Working groups will meet at least once a month, virtually, and more as needed. 

If you are interested in participating in one of the above working groups, please respond to by JULY 27, 2021.


2021 ITS Arizona Students’ Transportation Summit – Thank you!

A huge thank you to our students from University of Arizona, Northern Arizona University, and Arizona State University for presenting their extraordinary and cutting edge research at the 2021 ITS Arizona Students’ Transportation Summit. Please accept our sincere appreciation for the outstanding research you have accomplished and sharing it with ITS Arizona.


ITS America Webinar: How Infrastructure Technology is Being Deployed Around the World

How is technology being deployed around the world to win the 21st century infrastructure race? While much of the focus in Washington, DC is on Congress’ next steps on infrastructure, localities throughout the United States, Asia, Europe, and Australia are using technology to transform infrastructure to make their regions safer, smarter, and more resilient. How does America’s proposed nearly $600 billion investment in infrastructure compare to countries around the globe? How we can get the biggest return on our investments through deployment of technology? Join ITS America President & CEO Shailen Bhatt and his counterparts from Asia-Pacific, Europe, and Australia for this timely Infrastructure Week discussion!

Speakers include:
Hajime Amano,
 President, ITS Japan
Jacob Bangsgaard, CEO, ERTICO – ITS Europe
Shailen Bhatt, President and CEO, ITS America
Susan Harris, Chief Executive Officer, ITS Australia

Watch the webinar here:

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