Galloway & Company, Inc. Traffic Project Engineer in Denver, Colorado
A career at Galloway provides a unique opportunity to work in a highly collaborative, multidisciplinary environment. Our Full-Spectrum Approach™ to land development services offers all key design disciplines within one company, providing our team with a deeper understanding and appreciation for all aspects of the development process. From survey to land planning, civil engineering and comprehensive architectural design, our team brings a multidisciplinary mindset to every project. We enjoy daily interaction and coordination among our internal teams, which allows us to build relationships and understand project approaches across disciplines.
This is an excellent opportunity to work within an office and a company that is committed to our employees’ success and career growth, values a team-oriented, collaborative, and supportive work environment, and is a Denver Post Top Workplace since 2018 (and counting!).
We offer flexible work hours, a friendly and family-focused work environment, exciting projects, excellent compensation including cash bonuses, education assistance, and a complete package of benefits. We also believe in giving back to our community through numerous outreach events and volunteer activities.
About the Position
We are currently seeking a Traffic Project Engineer to add to our team in Denver, Colorado. This is a fantastic opportunity for a skilled and passionate self-starter to work directly with local and national land development projects. The candidate will work in a highly collaborative interdisciplinary office environment. The Traffic Project Engineer assists in the approval and development of public and private projects within their development team.
Perform advanced, specialized engineering/planning work requiring independent judgment
Prepare technical reports
Plan, schedule, and ensure the efficient and timely completion of all phases of projects
Research local design standards for preparation of traffic studies
Assist with training of junior staff
Present information and/or findings to public agencies, review boards, governing bodies, or private citizens
B.S. degree in Civil Engineering, Urban Planning, or Transportation Planning
- 5 or more years of experience in traffic engineering and/or transportation planning,
Knowledge of traffic analysis software, (HCS, Synchro, VISSIM preferred);
Experience in project management and staff management is a plus.
Strong oral and written communication skills, including public speaking and presentation experience
Health Insurance (Two Plans to Choose From)
Short and Long-Term Disability
Health Savings Account
Health Reimbursement Account
Flex Spending Account
Flex Work Schedule
Paid Volunteer Hours