CTG IS HIRING

News / March 1, 2019

Connetics Transportation Group, Inc. (CTG) is seeking qualified candidates to join our team in the areas of travel demand modeling and analytics and transit service planning. CTG is a nationally recognized firm in providing services related to highway and transit planning, travel demand modeling, data science/analytics, transit operations planning and corridor studies. Our clients include transit agencies and operators, departments of transportation, metropolitan planning organizations and local governments. CTG offers excellent career growth opportunities and competitive salaries and benefits.

CTG provides equal employment opportunities (EEO) to all employees and applicants for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, disability or genetics. In addition to federal law requirements. CTG complies with applicable state and local laws governing nondiscrimination. Please visit us at www.ctgconsult.com.

Current positions available are described below. Interested candidates for Florida positions should e-mail a resume and references to Judy Hamel at jhamel@ctgconsult.com.  Interested candidates for the Atlanta position should e-mail a resume and references to Maribel Hayes at mhayes@ctgconsult.com.

Travel Demand Modeling and Analytics Open Positions (2)

Two positions are open in this practice. Both positions require candidates to assist in: (1) development, calibration and application of travel demand models; (2) processing and analyzing big travel data; (3) develop and lead statistical and data analytics efforts in relation to the ongoing projects; (4) alternatives analysis and evaluation for project/corridor studies; and (5) developing new and innovative analytical tools for transportation planning.

Transportation Planner I/Analyst I (Years of Experience: 0-3 years), Fort Lauderdale, Florida 

This position requires candidates to assist in the: (1) development, calibration and application of travel demand models; (2) processing and analyzing travel surveys and other travel data, including “big data” sources; (3) developing and preparing data for GIS and model application; (4) alternatives analysis and evaluation for project/corridor studies; and (5) developing new and innovative analytical tools for transportation planning.

We are seeking someone who is/has: (1) a Master’s or Bachelor’s degree in engineering, planning, economics, applied mathematics or equivalent; (2) familiar with one or more of the following software packages: Cube/TP+, TransCAD, EMME/2, VISUM, ArcGIS, MS Excel, Access, SPSS; (3) familiar with one or more computer programming/scripting languages such as FORTRAN, C/C++, VBA, Java, R, Python, SQL; (4) strong problem-solving skills; and (5) strong oral/written communications skills.

Transportation Planner II/Data Scientist II or Transportation Planner III/Data Scientist III (Years of Experience: 3-10 years), Fort Lauderdale, Florida

This position requires candidates to lead and manage projects related to the: (1) development, calibration and application of travel demand models; (2) processing and analyzing travel surveys and other travel data, including “big data” sources; (3) developing and preparing data for GIS and model application; (4) alternatives analysis and evaluation for project/corridor studies; (5) presenting model results to clients and elected officials in  plain layman’s terms; and (6) developing new and innovative analytical tools for transportation planning.

We are seeking someone who is/has: (1) a Master’s or Bachelor’s degree in engineering, planning, economics, applied mathematics, statistics, computer science,  or equivalent; (2) familiar with one or more of the following software packages: Cube/TP+, TransCAD, EMME/2, VISUM, STOPS, ArcGIS, SPSS; (3) familiar with one or more computer programming/scripting languages such as FORTRAN, C/C++, VBA, Java, R, Python, SQL; (4) excellent problem-solving skills; and (5) excellent oral/written communications skills. Expertise in statistical methods, knowledge in application of machine learning and predictive modeling is a plus.

Transit Service Planning Open Positions (2)

Transportation Planner I: (Years of Experience: 0-3 years), Orlando, Florida and Atlanta, Georgia

Both positions’ responsibilities include assisting with the analysis of transit markets and transit system/route performance; developing short- and long-range transit service plans (bus and rail); developing bus and rail travel time estimates, and estimating transit service requirements and O&M costs.

Requirements:

  • Bachelor’s degree in planning-related field. Master’s degree is preferred.
  • One to three years of experience in transportation planning and/or transit scheduling (or an equivalent combination of education and experience).
  • Strong analytical and writing skills.
  • Proficiency in Microsoft Office programs and ArcGIS.
  • Scheduling experience using TRAPEZE or HASTUS software is desirable but not required.