Jobs: WSDOT - Project Manager, Communications Specialist, Special Projects Engineer

Friday, December 3, 2021

Project Manager - Transportation Engineer 3

Washington State Department of Transportation is seeking multiple engineers to serve as Project Managers responsible for delivering assigned highway projects within scope, schedule, and budget. 

In this role, you will also supervise engineering employees while aiding their development to become future leaders of WSDOT. The Project Manager has high impact to WSDOT's mission to provide and support safe, reliable, and cost-effective transportation options to improve livable communities and economic vitality for people and businesses.
Job description and application

Construction Communications Specialist (CC4)

The Washington State Department of Transportation (WSDOT) is looking to hire multiple communication and public relations professionals to join our team as Communications Consultants in Shoreline. These positions will create, lead, direct and control communication campaigns and respond to media inquiries with minimal supervision. At times, these positions must also carry an on-call phone and serve as an agency spokesperson on a 24/7 basis. 

The Communication Consultants are responsible for responding to frequent reporter inquiries and assisting media outlets with diverse needs in a timely, effective, professional, and creative manner. These positions will also prepare WSDOT managers and executives for media interviews and speaking engagements with diverse audiences. 
Job description and application

Special Projects Engineer (TE2)

The primary undertaking of this position is to perform field reviews on state highways and develop a recommended response or plan of action to address operational or safety needs throughout the entire NWR. As the Special Projects Engineer, this position resolves new or unique problems that may require coordination with multiple agencies or internal departments. 
Job description and application

Work Zone Traffic Engineer (TE3)

This position will work on WSDOT Design-Bid-Build and Design-Build projects, providing guidance, support, and subject matter expertise related to work zone traffic control design and strategies. As the Work Zone Traffic Engineer, this position will lead to implement traffic control setups in the field to ensure traffic control meets WSDOT, FHWA, MUTCD, and AASHTO standards, resulting in limited congestion and collisions within work zones and easing corridor region operations during closures. 
Job description and application


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