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As a transportation engineer, you will be reporting to the Projects Coordinator, Liveable Streets, and will be responsible for working with project teams and carrying out divisional projects and initiatives related to active travel, policy updates, city-wide mobility planning, large-scale community studies, traffic calming and complete streets.

Primary duties include:

–  Develop a scope and carry out all aspects of project planning/management, including developing and executing communication and engagement strategies, concept plan development, as well as the evaluation of capital project designs, including preparation of high-level cost estimates.
–  Proactively collaborate with other work groups to leverage efforts and budgets for increased efficiency and greater impacts. This will include supporting, advising on, and negotiating opportunities to advance programs, projects, strategies and designs.
–  Obtain and incorporate input from internal and external stakeholders on project designs. This will include ongoing communications, engagement and stakeholder management.
–  Engage and collaborate with stakeholders on the industry best practices for design as part of an ongoing update of the current roadway design standards.
–  Liaise with developers, consultants, members of Council, community groups, advocates, the media, residents, business organizations and other stakeholders.
–  Prepare and deliver reports to senior management and Council, including the preparation and delivery of presentations at various forums.
–  Respond to Council and public inquiries, in addition to hosting open houses and public meeting sessions when required.


–  A degree in Engineering, registration as a Professional Engineer in Canada, and current licensure as a Professional Engineer with the Association of Professional Engineers and Geoscientists of Alberta (APEGA) or licensure by the first day of work.
–  At least 1 year of related post P. Eng professional engineering experience is required.
–  In-depth knowledge of multimodal complete streets, transit and Transit Oriented Development design, policy, and practice to serve all users of public right-of-way in Calgary, in Canada and in similar settings.
–  Proven political acumen, communication, negotiation, decision-making and project management skills, along with the ability to build and maintain relationships that strengthen the workplace.
–  You exhibit flexibility, courage, resilience, sound judgement, and curiosity with a focus on innovation.

Pre-employment Requirements
Successful applicants must provide proof of qualifications.

Union: Exempt
Business Unit: Transportation Planning
Position Type: Temporary (up to 18 months)
Location: 800 Macleod Trail SE
Compensation: Engineer Level E $85,682- 129,370 per annum
Days of Work: This position works a 5 day work week earning 1 day off in a 3 week cycle.
Hours of work: Standard 35 hour work week
Audience: Internal/External
Apply By: August 5, 2021

Job ID #:304284

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Transportation Engineer