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Company: Noblis
Location: Washington, DC
Career Level: Associate
Industries: Technology, Software, IT, Electronics

Description

Qualifications

Role Description:

Noblis is currently seeking a Transportation Engineer, Planner, or Data Scientist for our Surface Transportation Team.

 

Do you want to be involved with making automated and connected vehicles a reality? How about helping to manage federal programs that use state of the art communications and information technologies to make our roads smarter and connect our vehicles with each other and the roadside? Are you the type of person who likes solving difficult problems with a requisite attention to technical detail? Would you like to be actively engaged in a challenging and rewarding work environment, working with smart, passionate, and motivated people at the intersection of technology and operations for the national surface transportation system? If you answer “yes” to all of the above, this is the job for you!

 

This is an opportunity for someone with a background and experience in transportation  to support the USDOT Intelligent Transportation Systems (ITS) programs. Noblis provides technical and programmatic support to the USDOT ITS Joint Program Office (JPO) planning and conducting research activities, coordinating technology deployment programs, and seeking disruptive innovation to transform the increasingly connected and automated world of surface transportation systems.

 

As a member of this dynamic team you will participate in the following activities:

  • Analyzing the potential of emerging transportation systems technologies and their implications including: connected and automated vehicles, wireless communication technologies, integrated payment systems, data management systems and advanced sensors.
  • Conducting analysis of user needs and requirements.
  • Writing research, economic analysis, training, and program evaluation white papers and presentations.
  • Assisting USDOT program managers with technical and programmatic activities
  • Developing data analyses and visualizations using information in USDOT databases.
  • Developing statements of work and Government cost estimates.
  • Occasional domestic and international travel (less than 10% a year).    

 

  

 Qualifications

  • Minimum of 3 years experience or a Masters Degree and 1 years experience
  • BS required. Degree(s) in a field such as: Civil Engineering, Systems Engineering, Transportation Engineering/Planning, Urban Planning, Operations Research, Economics, Public Policy, or a related field
  • Strong analytical ability required
  • Excellent oral and written communication skills required
  • Strong professional, interpersonal, and organizational skills
  • Must be eligible to work in the US without sponsorship

 

Candidate demonstrates the following:

  • Helps write and edit a variety of technical documents and prepares and presents briefings
  • Works independently to determine approach to and technical objectives of work assignments
  • Helps ensure client objectives for quality, schedule, and budget are met or exceeded through direct and creative approaches
  • Interacts with project team on significant technical and project matters
  • Identifies and develops solutions to program problems

 

Preferred Qualifications:

 

An understanding of, and familiarity with, the following is a plus:

  • Intelligent Transportation Systems (ITS)
  • Connected and/or automated vehicle technologies  
  • Benefit cost analysis for transportation projects
  • Experience with data analysis and visualization tools


Responsibilities

Federal Intelligent Transportation Systems (ITS) efforts the Noblis team currently supports:

Noblis has a team of 30+ professionals supporting multiple research, development, and deployment-focused programs for the USDOT. These programs focus on using emerging technologies – including ITS, connected vehicle, automated vehicle, and other emerging mobility and smart city technologies – to transform how we travel – enhancing safety, improving mobility, and reducing transportation's impact on the environment. We are positioning to grow our Surface Transportation Team with other terrific team members.

 

Role Description:

Noblis is currently seeking a Transportation Engineer, Planner, or Data Scientist for our Surface Transportation Team.

 

Do you want to be involved with making automated and connected vehicles a reality? How about helping to manage federal programs that use state of the art communications and information technologies to make our roads smarter and connect our vehicles with each other and the roadside? Are you the type of person who likes solving difficult problems with a requisite attention to technical detail? Would you like to be actively engaged in a challenging and rewarding work environment, working with smart, passionate, and motivated people at the intersection of technology and operations for the national surface transportation system? If you answer “yes” to all of the above, this is the job for you!

 

This is an opportunity for someone with a background and experience in transportation  to support the USDOT Intelligent Transportation Systems (ITS) programs. Noblis provides technical and programmatic support to the USDOT ITS Joint Program Office (JPO) planning and conducting research activities, coordinating technology deployment programs, and seeking disruptive innovation to transform the increasingly connected and automated world of surface transportation systems.

 

As a member of this dynamic team you will participate in the following activities:

  • Analyzing the potential of emerging transportation systems technologies and their implications including: connected and automated vehicles, wireless communication technologies, integrated payment systems, data management systems and advanced sensors.
  • Conducting analysis of user needs and requirements.
  • Writing research, economic analysis, training, and program evaluation white papers and presentations.
  • Assisting USDOT program managers with technical and programmatic activities
  • Developing data analyses and visualizations using information in USDOT databases.
  • Developing statements of work and Government cost estimates.
  • Occasional domestic and international travel (less than 10% a year).    


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