Multimodal Transportation Engineer – Professional Engineer 1 (with underfill option)
Highway – Region 1 Technical Center
Are you a talented engineer who is interested in public service and improving transportation systems in our beautiful state? If so, ODOT wants you! Located in Portland, the ODOT Region 1 Technical Center is responsible for regional planning, project delivery and maintenance, and implementing programs initiated through the Statewide Transportation Improvement Program (STIP). We are recruiting for a multimodal transportation engineer to develop project alternatives during planning efforts for STIP development.
This recruitment will remain open until filled. Our next application screening is scheduled for Monday, January 15 at 7:30 a.m., but we may close the announcement at any time after this date when we have received an adequate number of applications. We cannot guarantee that we will consider applications received after this screening date. We encourage interested applicants not to delay in applying.
Underfill: The goal of this recruitment is to fill this position at a professional engineer 1 level. However, we encourage candidates who meet the minimum qualifications for an associate in engineering 2 ($4194 to $6194/month) to apply, as we may consider under-filling the position until the selected candidate meets the minimum qualifications for an associate in engineering 2. Under-fill training will not exceed three years.
For questions and application support, call 503-373-7377. To learn more and apply, visit odotjobs.com and search for ODOT-1784oc or click here.
Minimum Qualifications - Professional Engineer 1: A valid professional engineer's (PE) license in civil, structural, or transportation-related engineering. NOTE: If registered in another state, successful applicants will be required to obtain comity within six months of hire.
Minimum Qualification - Associate in Engineering 2:
Completion of and passing score on the Fundamentals of Engineering (FE) exam and one year of experience applying professional engineering theory, principles and methods.
The Oregon Department of Transportation began life in 1913 when the Oregon Legislature created the Oregon Highway Commission to "get Oregon out of the mud." Today, the Oregon Department of Transportation works to provide a safe, efficient transportation system that supports economic opportunity and livable communities for Oregonians. We develop programs related to Oregon’s system of highways, road...s, and bridges; railways; public transportation services; transportation safety programs; driver and vehicle licensing; and motor carrier regulation.