Project Manager, Public Works is a management level job classification responsible for ensuring that project schedules, costs, and overall quality performance objectives are met, across a diverse range of public works and planning/land development projects.

The purpose of this recruitment will be to establish a 12-month list used to fill current and anticipated future vacancies within the County's Planning & Development Services (PDS) and the Department of Public Works.

The current vacancy at PDS' Advance Planning Division will be responsible for mobility and facilities planning.  Major duties include reviewing DEIR/Traffic Impact Study (TIS) reviews for discretionary permit projects; implementing the Transportation Impact Fee (TIF) Program; delivering presentations at public hearings and meetings; and ensuring coordination with applicants, consultants, and representatives of other local planning and public works agencies and municipalities.

The ideal candidate for the PDS current vacancy will possess the following experience and knowledge: CEQA criteria related to transportation and traffic; Vehicle Miles Traveled methodology used to implement upcoming changes to CEQA; General Plan Mobility Element; Public Road Standards (local government level); and Active Transportation Planning with emphasis on pedestrian and bicycle facilities; and Transportation Mitigation programs. 

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Program Manager - City of San Diego

Under the direction of the Transportation Engineering Operations Deputy Director, this Program Manager position will assist with the management and execution of the Division programs and policies with an emphasis on the City's Vision Zero Program, Bike Share Program, transportation goals identified in the Climate Action Plan, the Bike Advisory Board, Downtown Mobility Plan implementation, and ensuring the programming of capital improvement projects support the goals of these programs.  This position will provide oversight, coordination, and monitoring of the programs and will be responsible for tracking and reporting updates to the Mayor, City Council and stakeholders along with leading policy discussions resulting from the progression of these programs.  The position will also supervise and manage a staff of approximately 35 employees  overseeing the programs noted above.  Knowledge of engineering solutions that encourage alternative modes of transportation along with enhancing safety within the public right of way is desired.  Strong communication skills and writing skills is essential to communicate the Divisions efforts and successes

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Traffic engineering intern - city of santee

City of Santee

Traffic Engineering Intern

Part-time up to 20 hours per week

Salary: $11.00 – 16.00 per hour


Assisting engineers in traffic engineering field investigations for existing conditions and proposed projects; conducting various engineering and warrant studies, researching project records, files, and plans; preparing/modifying plans using AutoCAD or manual drafting; data entry into Esri ArcGIS; using Microsoft Word, Powerpoint, Excel, other tools and databases to prepare presentation  materials (maps, charts, spreadsheets, etc.); collision data entry; and placing and retrieving radar  trailers. Additional job activities may include conducting/evaluating speed studies, pedestrian and vehicular counts, updating records, making copies, filing or other miscellaneous duties.


Candidates shall have strong interest in traffic engineering; be at ease in dealing with the public and handling complaints from residents with tact and diplomacy; be detail oriented, organized, have good time-management skills within a vibrant work environment and seek answers should none be obvious. Candidates must have good verbal and written communication skills, computer skills and work well with others and with minimal supervision.

Must satisfactorily pass all applicable examinations including, but not limited to, a pre-employment physical, drug screen and background check.


Minimum Qualifications:

  • An Associate's degree in Engineering Technology from a community college or technical school; OR
  • Eighteen months of experience directly related to engineering; OR
  • An equivalent combination of education and experience.
  • Candidates should possess computer knowledge in Microsoft Office software, AutoCAD, Esri ArcGIS, and work comfortably in a Windows environment.

·         Candidates must possess and retain a valid class C California Driver’s License with a good driving record.

Preferred Qualifications:

  • Internship experience in traffic engineering; AND
  • A Civil Engineering Major; AND
  • Students in good academic standing and enrolled in an accredited post-secondary institution with a current grade point average of 2.50 or above; AND
  • Have completed at least the sophomore year by June 2018.


Candidate must be available to consistently work 20 hours/week, Mondays-Fridays, between the hours of 7 am to 6 pm, as scheduled, and for no more than 20 hours per week on average. Hours and days of work are flexible. Some irregular night and weekend work availability may be required.

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