Job Requisition Number: 24749. This position involves professional engineering as part of academic instructional lab and/or research projects and programs. Involves the management of the research direction of transportation modeling and analytics projects. Engineering activities include the design, construction, and operation of analytical systems, establishment of performance specifications, and documentation. Outline of duties below: *Represent Professor Bayen and ITS for DOE meetings with the VTO office in Washington at DOE. *Accomplish major achievements for the two received grants from the VTO in the field of HPC and network computing, with applications to transportation. *Serve as a key strategic member of the Transportation Initiative at ITS - LBNL to ensure its growth in both units. *Provide direction and oversight to R&D engineers specific to the two projects received from the DOE. *Plan and supervise work of the teams working on these two projects. *Coordinate meetings with faculty involved at ITS and potential staff personnel at LBNL involved in the projects. *Lead the team of engineering (and policy) professionals working on the project. *Develop new avenues with the DOE and other agencies w.r.t. new opportunities and proposals. *Maintain project finances and accounting in a way that flows from LBNL and with finances hosted at ERSO.
75% Carries major responsibility for accomplishment of research objectives in relationships with investigators, manufacturers, contractors, and Campus staff members as a principal assistant to the faculty investigator or research administrator in charge.
5% Represents the unit and/or Principal Investigator to whom they are responsible at meetings and conferences in matters related to engineering design considerations and financial requirements.
5% Provides direction and oversight to R&D Engineers on more complex research project and initiatives.
5% Guides the gathering of information during planning stages.
5% Directs, analyzes, and prepares recommendations for engineering or resource plans having critical, campus-wide impact.
5% Leads a team of engineering professionals.•Expert skills associated with being recognized as subject matter expert in field of geospatial analytics and transportation modeling. •Expert knowledge associated with running research projects. •Expert knowledge of highly specialized big data analytics and geospatial mapping frameworks. •In-depth and advanced knowledge of the engineering field and applies principles, practices and procedures within discipline to complete most difficult, complex and significant assignments. •Advanced project management skills to assume responsibility for accomplishment of research objectives that are significant to the Campus, LBNL, and industry. •Advanced communication skills, both written and verbal, to convey complex information in a clear and concise manner. •Advanced interpersonal and presentation skills. •Ability to work in a highly collaborative manner with both internal and external constituencies; readily assess complex challenges and barriers and recommend effective resolutions. •Demonstrated ability to lead, motivate and influence others on projects of significance. •Ability to execute large and complex work assignments in order to meet deadlines and ensure adherence to quality standards.
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