GIS Specialist III

Employer
AECOM
Location
Rocky Hill, Connecticut
Posted
Feb 07, 2024
Closes
Feb 18, 2024
Ref
2712639338
Discipline
Engineering, Systems
Position Type
Specialist
Hours
Full Time
Organization Type
Corporate
Job Description

AECOM is actively seeking a highly talented, hardworking and experienced GIS Specialist for immediate employment in New England. The appropriately qualified applicant will be able to demonstrate experience, interest, and knowledge of transportation/network GIS analysis and development of maps. AECOM is proud to provide our employees with exciting, challenging projects. The applicant can look forward to working on major transportation planning and related planning projects including but not limited to large scale transportation corridor planning studies, transit plans, feasibility studies, alternatives analyses, comprehensive transportation plans, Master Plans, Complete Streets, multi-modal and corridor studies, strategic plans, Bicycle/ Pedestrian plans, as well as Connected and Autonomous Vehicle studies/planning.

The responsibilities of this position include, but are not limited to:

Contribute to major multidisciplinary corridors studies and throughout New England

Support development of sustainable mobility projects, including long range transportation plans, innovative approaches to developing transportation alternatives for the future

Support climate change related planning projects and initiatives throughout the region

Support AECOM's national multimodal transportation and electrification groups

Analyze data using modeling software, Geographic Information Systems or associated databases.

Collaborate with land use planners, zoning professionals, economists and travel demand modelers to research, analyze, or resolve complex transportation, rail and transit design issues.

Review and assist in designing public information surveys (online and intercept type) to identify areas of public concern.

Develop materials for public meetings or hearings to explain planning proposals, to gather feedback from those affected by projects, or to achieve consensus on project designs.

Support efforts in developing and implementing projects related to corridor planning, highway/roadway/complete streets, and emerging technologies in transportation: e.g. automated and connected vehicles, TNCs and electric vehicles.

Support transportation-related grant writing efforts

Support transportation-related proposals.