Become the State Expert in State Highway System Classifications with the Department of Transportation, Division of Transportation Investment Management!
This position will lead, identify, conduct analysis and apply analytical techniques related to the geographic, geospatial, land use, mobility, and multimodal aspects of transportation policies, plans, or programs. This work will involve complex work with Geographic Information Systems (GIS) and Statistical Analysis applications. Additionally, this position will lead and participate in multi-disciplinary teams in data collection, technical analysis, and documentation of transportation system planning issues including, but not limited to: economic, freight, social, multimodal, and environmental trends and impacts. This analysis and documentation will lead to policy recommendations which will be used in developing Department strategies, programs, plans, budgets, projects, and processes.
A qualified applicant will have advanced experience working with Geographic Information Systems (GIS) to perform activities such as developing and maintaining a geodatabase, creating and editing maps, editing attributes, etc.; experience leading or participating in teams to perform tasks such as data collection, technical analysis, and documentation of planning issues. Topics could include, but are not limited to, economic, freight, social, multimodal, and environmental trends and impacts; and experience interpreting and applying complex laws, rules, or regulations.
A well-qualified candidate will have experience conducting analysis, interpreting, and applying information to improve a process, policy, or program; training or experience working with Microsoft Word, Access, and Excel, or similar, to complete tasks such as converting data, exporting data into a mainframe system, writing a script in Access and Excel, or similar, etc.; or have a Geographic Information Systems Professional (GISP) Certification.