Jobs: WSDOT Shoreline

Wednesday, February 22, 2017
The WSDOT Shoreline office has the following job openings:

Transportation Engineer 4 - Plan Reviewer 
The person in this position will do the quality and final review of all aspects of the PS&E for various types of highway construction projects. The quality reviews check for bidability of the construction features; conformation to current standards; and the progress of all aspects of the project handled by others (e.g., environmental permits, right of way).

Full description and application (by Feb 28)

Project Coordinator - Administrative Assistant 3
The Project Coordinator will provide much needed administrative support to the Engineering Manager, Project Engineer, project managers and consultant teams. This work will include coordinating project meetings and events with local agencies and stakeholders and working hand in hand with Project Managers to track project budgets, deliverables, and deadlines.

Full description and application

Utilities Project Manager - TE3 In-Training
Responsible for researching, negotiating, and processing utility franchises and permits for installation and maintenance of Utilities within the State right of way. The Utility Project Delivery Engineer coordinates and supports the negotiations between the Region Transportation and Electrical Design Offices and Utility companies. Your role will be to insure that utilities conflicts on WSDOT transportation projects are identified and resolved according to the project schedule.

Full description and application

Lead Designer - Transportation Engineer 2
Identify design solutions and direct activities that are necessary for the development of improvement and preservation projects. This role has a high impact on WSDOT's mission to provide and support safe, reliable, and cost effective transportation options.

Full description and application

Construction Traffic Engineer - WMS2
Provide strategic traffic analysis and design guidance for projects and programs within King County that include the Alaskan Way Viaduct Replacement, the SR 520 Floating Bridge, the I-405 Program, and Sound Transit projects that interface with state highways.


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