Morrison Hershfield

Senior Transit Planner/Engineer

CA-ON-Markham
2 weeks ago
Requisition #
2017 - 3681
# Positions
1

Overview

Morrison Hershfield's Transportation Division provides planning, design and construction administration services for roadway, highway, transit / rail, bridge and related projects. We are currently seeking a Senior Transit Planner to complement our transportation team in the Markham office to play a lead role in the delivery of transit projects and urban mobility solutions for public sector clients. Due to expanding business opportunities in Ontario and elsewhere within the company, this position offers potential for growth in the areas of technical / professional development and project management.

 

Morrison Hershfield is committed to having an inclusive and diverse workforce, with recruitment free of discrimination, ensuring all candidates are given a fair opportunity for employment. We are committed to working with and providing reasonable accommodation to applicants with disabilities.

Responsibilities

  • Take on a leading role in the delivery of transit priority corridor studies, transit-related environmental assessment studies,  transit preliminary / detail design assignments, and/or transit operational reviews
  • Assist in marketing and sales efforts with the objective of securing additional transit planning work across Canada
  • Supervise and mentor intermediate staff involved in transit planning and operations

 

Qualifications

  • Bachelor Degree in civil engineering, urban planning or a closely related field.  A Master's degree is preferred
  • P.Eng. designation
  • Minimum 6 years of proven and progressive experience in delivering transit solutions and/or services in the public or private sectors
  • A comparable combination of experience and education that provides the knowledge, skills, and abilities necessary to perform the job will be considered.
  • ​Familiarity with, and interest in, emerging urban mobility trends and solutions

 

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