Utilizing travel demand modeling software, such as TransCAD, to estimate future growth of new or modified corridors. Potential applications include travel demand modeling for widened routes, new corridors and/or interchanges, or saturated conditions.
Drive deployment of new features or systems and the retirement of old ones, overcoming inertial resistance to change from customers and employees, in order to simplify product development and operations and increase velocity.
The selected candidate will also interface with the control account manager (CAM) for the ALIS Administrators support budget and will be responsible for supporting the EVMS business rhythm which includes performance reviews, EAC assessments, VAR reports, and risk assessments.
The successful applicant will be responsible for successful completion of assigned projects and for maintaining and improving client relationships. Completion of these functions requires technical competence in primary production roles as well as leadership competence in working with clients and mentoring and supervising team members assigned to projects.
The Windows Systems Application Engineer III, under the general direction from the Microsoft Platforms Manager and technical leads, will focus on the support of critical services, with an emphasis on becoming a subject matter expert on more than one.
Act as a subject matter expert with regards to railroad operations, system engineering and design, and other development related activities which may include leading configuration and design reviews within a project team.