Open & closing dates
Sat, 05 Jan 2019 to Fri, 25 Jan 2019 23:59:00
$58,452 to $97,421 (per year)Appointment type
FT Salary W BN
Fairfax County, a diverse, dynamic and growing jurisdiction in the Washington, D.C. metropolitan area, is seeking a highly motivated and qualified Transportation Planner or Engineer, to work across multiple disciplines in the transportation field. Work assignments will focus on long range transportation planning, transportation analyses/studies at a comprehensive plan level, and specialized transportation planning studies and site-specific studies in coordination with county plans and policies. Desired skills and background for this position include transportation and land use planning, multimodal planning, including bicycles, pedestrians, transit riders, and drivers, a familiarity with context sensitive solutions and complete streets, and traffic operations. Fairfax County faces significant transportation challenges and is seeking innovative solutions, transitioning away from single occupant vehicles as the primary means of transportation. Specifically, assignments may include a wide range of transportation planning issues, including long range multimodal transportation planning, sub-area and corridor studies, land use studies and transportation/transit analyses, preparing professional reports, managing County transportation/land use studies; managing County participation in area, corridor and facility-level transportation feasibility and environmental studies; evaluating impacts of proposed amendments to the Comprehensive Plan; participating in and conducting public outreach efforts; and giving presentations to, and coordinating with, the Board of Supervisors. Planning Commission, public groups, and staff from partnering agencies. Through these efforts, the selected candidate will have the opportunity to facilitate implementation of transportation improvements throughout Fairfax County.
Position may be underfilled as a Transportation Planner I; the Underfill Requirements are stated below in the Employment Standards section.