Location: Portland





Position:       Engineer II

Location(s):  Portland, Oregon – remote work from home within commuting distance allowed

Duties:          Perform traffic operation analyses of arterial networks, corridor signal synchronization/timing, and freeway corridors using traffic simulation packages. Draft technical memorandums for Engineer/Planners review. Interpret traffic signal timing plans. Develop, track, and modify project schedules. Assist project managers with basic project organizational duties. Design specialized traffic signal, interconnect, roadway lighting, signing, striping, and temporary traffic control plans. Develop specialized signal timing and cabinet print plan sheets, as well as Intelligent Transportation System plans. Prepare planning level cost-estimates for large scale transportation system plans. Teach and mentor entry-level staff. Perform data analysis and literature review support for planning and research projects. Manage small projects (less than $50,000) or lead tasks in larger projects. Coordinate transportation planning projects and initiatives with project manager and teaming partners. Work with clients and their technical staff. Develop repeat clients and new client referrals.


Education:    Bachelor’s degree in Civil Engineering, or a closely related engineering field

Experience:  4 years’ post-bachelor’s progressive experience as a Transportation Analyst, Engineer, or similar position.



  • Must hold Oregon Professional Engineer (PE) License.


3 years’ experience in each of the following:

  1. With Synchro and VISTRO traffic analysis software packages; AutoCAD Civil 3D, MicroStation and AGI software packages; and VISSIM traffic simulation software package.
  2. With the 2070 and ATC signal controllers and Voyage and MaxTime signal timing software packages.
  3. Performing traffic impact studies and transportation system plans, applying Oregon Transportation Planning Rules.
  4. Designing traffic signal plans, roadway signing/striping plans, roadway lighting plans, cabinet print plans, and traffic signal interconnect plans.
  5. Using national guides including: Manual on Uniform Traffic Control Devices, AASHTO A Policy on Geometric Design of Highway and Streets, NACTO Urban Bikeway Design Guide, ITE’s Trip Generation Manual.
  6. Conducting multimodal analysis, preparing reports, and developing concept designs using ODOT’s Analysis Procedures Manual, guidance from NACTO, TCRP, or NCHRP, or other Oregon Department of Transportation or local guidance.


All experience, skills and requirements may be gained concurrently.

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Kittelson is an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, or status as a protected veteran.

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