- Under direction, applies full competency in transportation engineering work and broad knowledge of precedents in specialty area.
- On design assignments, understands how to clearly convey the design intent to engineering drawings and specifications.
- On assignments involving engineering investigations and planning work, has a firm grasp of the fundamentals of engineering processes and their application to operating systems.
- On projects involving engineering services related to construction activities, has developed a thorough understanding of construction methods and the manner in which engineering drawings and specifications are translated into the constructed product.
- Upholds engineering ethics and standards of conduct.
- Performs work that involves conventional transportation engineering practice with particular emphasis on traffic control plans, signing and pavement markings, and traffic signals. May include a variety of complex features such as conflicting design requirements, unsuitability of conventional materials or procedures, or difficult coordination requirements.
Education & Experience:
- B.S. or M.S. in Engineering.
- This level may be achieved by Engineers with four years' experience since B.S.; three years experience since M.S.
- Incumbents typically have six to ten years' experience since Bachelor's degree.
- Proven technical writing and communication skills.
- May be eligible for project management training.
- Experience with North Carolina Department of Transportation (NCDOT) plans, standards, and specifications is desired
- P.E. license is required. Professional Traffic Operations Engineer (PTOE) certification is desired.
- For candidates without a PE, 10+ years of relevant experience will be considered to qualify at the equivalent level of Engineer III.