Civil - Traffic Engineering, Civil - Transportation, Civil - Urban and Community Planning, Civil Engineering
4 Year Degree
This position is that of a Senior Traffic Engineer/Specialist, the purpose of which is to support the Environmental Lead and project management tasks in support of the current National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) Environmental Impact Statement (EIS) Project, the National Historic Preservation Act (NHPA) Section 106 Study, and consultation relating to the Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority (LACTMA) Purple Line Expansion Project.
CFG is seeking and individual skilled in transportation engineering and analysis, to assist with transportation and parking analyses, studies and trip generation analyses, and the development of traffic improvement plans. Knowledge of the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) and NEPA requirements will complement this traffic and parking expertise.
Peer review of transportation and traffic mitigation plans associated with the LACMTA Purple Line Expansion Project on the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) West Los Angeles Campus;
Traffic and parking analyses support to the VA’ West Los Angeles Campus Draft Master Plan Project, specifically process and mitigation measures;
Presentation of reports and plans to clients, agencies, decision-makers and community members;
Support NEPA documentation, environmental analysis, master planning, real estate planning, and scheduling with Environmental Lead, consultants, stakeholders and Federal, State and local government agencies;
Prepare, research, review, and edit technical documents and reports;
Assist in developing mitigation options and coordinate post NEPA mitigation efforts with federal agencies and support conceptual NEPA EIS design and scoping projects;
Support data collection and documentation for environmental site assessments, including reviewing existing reports and studies;
Support project teams both in the office and in the field on projects associated primarily with traffic and parking investigation, analysis, due diligence, and mitigations;
Develop and maintain client and stakeholder relationships; communicate and collaborate directly with regulatory agencies on projects, permits, and various types of plans, reports, agency inspections, and other compliance issues as needed;
Support the Environmental Lead and subject matter experts on liaison, and immediate point of contact on all traffic questions and issues involving program and/or project scope, schedule, staffing, deliverables and other related issues;
Factor 1 – Required Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:
Bachelor's degree in a Traffic or Transportation related field or Traffic Engineering;
Master’s degree in a related field is preferred;
10+ Years’ Experience;
Knowledge of traffic and transportation regulations and legal precedents and related Federal and State laws and requirements;
Specific areas of expertise supporting large, mixed-usage federal authorities having jurisdiction (AHJ) complex including the pedestrian/traffic infrastructure issues associated with the planning and operation of:
Major medical facilities and large-scale utilities infrastructure
Sporting events including public university athletic facilities
Primary/secondary educational facilities
Multifamily housing facilities
Multiple multi-megawatt solar photovoltaic (PV) parking lot canopy structures potentially impeding large commercial and emergency vehicle ingress/egress
Sustainability greenhouse gas (GHG) planning support for vehicular/traffic count estimation of various transportation scenarios including LACMTA Purple Line impacts on pre/post site modifications.
Basic knowledge of NEPA compliance procedures, policy and guidance and federal administrative laws, regulations, and policies;
Ability to think independently; excellent communication skills, both written and oral, as well as customer service skills due to daily interaction with various levels of rank, authority, positions, both military and civilians;
Must be computer literate, and proficient in Microsoft Office applications such as Microsoft Word, Microsoft Project, Excel, and PowerPoint;
Willingness to travel if necessary;
Factor 2 - Physical Demands
The work is primarily sedentary, although some slight physical effort may be required, walking between offices and buildings and carrying light packages, including folders and, at times, a laptop computer.
Factor 3 - Work Environment
Work is typically performed in an adequately lighted and climate controlled office.
Founded in 2001, Concourse Companies includes two distinct firms, The Concourse Group, a small business government consulting firm headquarted in Annapolis, MD, and Concourse Federal Group, a VA CVE verified Service Disabled Veteran Owned Small Business (SDVOSB) headquarted in an SBA certified HUBZone in Washington, DC.
With employees in multiple states and with clients such as the Department o...f Veterans Affairs, the Department of Defense, the Department of Homeland Security, MIT Laboratory and the Alexandria, VA Housing Authority, the Concourse Companies have become nationally recognized industry leaders committed to advancing our clients missions through the delivery of high quality professional services.