Transportation Planner

Missouri Department of Transportation

Jefferson City, MO United States

Transportation Planner — The transportation planner conducts transportation planning studies, including data collection, analysis, and reporting, related to all modes of transportation. Responsibilities are performed under moderate supervision

Intermediate Transportation Planner — The intermediate transportation planner conducts studies and investigations, including data collection, analysis, and reporting, related to all modes of transportation. Responsibilities are performed under moderate supervision.

Senior Transportation Planner — The senior transportation planner conducts and supervises studies and investigations, including data collection, analysis, and reporting related to all modes of transportation. Responsibilities are performed under general supervision. 

Experience

Transportation Planner — Bachelor's Degree: Civil Engineering, Business Administration, Public Administration, Transportation, Planning, Economic Development, or related field.

Intermediate Transportation Planner — Bachelor's Degree: Civil Engineering, Business Administration, Public Administration, Planning, Economic Development, or related field Two years of experience in transportation engineering or planning.

Senior Transportation Planner — Bachelor's Degree: Civil Engineering, Business Administration, Public Administration, Planning, Economic Development, or related field Four years of experience in transportation engineering or planning.

Work Examples

  • Studies objectives and methods of collection, analysis, and reduction of data on assigned projects.
  • Conducts research to gather information, reviews information to ensure validity of materials, and prepares analyses of the collected data.
  • Develops recommendations and prepares projected data; maintains programs, databases, and historical files of related data.
  • Serves as a liaison between the department and local agencies, regional planning commissions, metropolitan planning organizations, and the general public, and provides assistance in developing and meeting local, regional, and statewide transportation goals.
  • Administers federal funds for various projects, which includes reviewing program requirements, documents, and data, calculating and monitoring funding levels, and obligating funds.
  • Queries, analyzes, and summarizes multiple forms of data for department staff and government officials.
  • Prepares reports based on results of studies and investigations.
  • Performs other responsibilities as required or assigned.

Apply

https://www6.modot.mo.gov/eHrJobsWeb/joapdf.pdf?id=11851

Experience Level
Entry (0-1 year)
AICP Level
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Specialty
Transportation Planning
Salary Range
$3,448.00 - $4,044.00/ month