BSC uses design, engineering, science, and technology to Build, Support, and Connect with our co-workers and communities. We recognize different passions and perspectives and strive to inspire and empower each other to create meaningful change. As a trusted advisor and neighbor, our team is personally invested in every action we take. We remain focused on diversity, sustainability, and social accountability in the services we provide to our clients.
A successful team member must:
Our Traffic Engineers work on roadway and intersection reconstruction projects, and bicycle and pedestrian facilities for public-sector and private clients. The role of this position will also include preparing and reviewing traffic impact assessment reports, functional design reports, traffic circulation and parking studies, traffic signal and traffic management plans, assisting with the development specifications, and estimates.
Whether you are working on several small projects or under a senior project manager on a larger more complex project, you will have opportunities to have direct contact with clients and are considered the backbone of our team. Your ability to interpret data, collaborate with various team members, and lay out strategy for progressing projects allows our clients to provide reliable access for all modes of travel, develop resilient and sustainable public infrastructure, create inviting public spaces, and build research and other facilities that transform our human and natural environments.
Job requirements include:
We understand each BSC team member is unique, as are definitions of work-life balance. Some of our team members work remotely and some enjoy an office environment. However, the majority of BSC’s workforce embraces a hybrid model, which allows people to work from home, as well as any of our office locations when necessary.
BSC is an Equal Opportunity Employer. We are dedicated to diverse representation on our teams, in our services, and all layers of leadership. We are focused on identifying and dismantling barriers that lead to a more diverse workforce including working diligently to expose underrepresented groups to engineering, science, and design through STEM programs, education and outreach, and industry involvement. We continue to strive to maximize benefits to the communities we impact through diversity and inclusion in strategy and design.