T.Y. Lin International

Engineer (Civil)

US-CA-Los Angeles
2 weeks ago(1/8/2018 3:07 PM)
Req No.
Transportation Engineering


Responsible for aiding in the planning, design and review of Transportation-related projects, including preliminary engineering studies, development of plans, specifications and estimate (PS&E), and construction support. Projects may include roadways, highways, bridges, rail and transit systems, airports, etc. The primary duties of this position rely upon advanced knowledge of and application of basic and integrated engineering principles, fundamental theories, engineering techniques and procedures. Will need to leverage this advanced knowledge when using technology and applying advanced mathematical operations.


  • Work on all aspects of transportation design and planning projects, including alignments, profile grades, geometrics, drainage and grading, construction details, construction staging, utility plans, signing and striping, stormwater quality, and any other component of preliminary engineering studies or PS&E
  • Calculate quantities and prepare engineering estimates.
  • Perform reviews of engineering deliverables
  • Attend project meetings, prepare exhibits as necessary
  • Assist in the preparation of technical reports, letters, and memos for development of transportation projects
  • Perform preliminary field investigations and existing date research to be used in preparation of a working project base file with topography, mapping, and utilities
  • Assist in the preparation of alternative design options and document findings
  • Organize and maintain project files
  • Ensure that all PS&E are in accordance with company production and design standards
  • Other assignments as needed


Requires Bachelor’s Degree in Civil Engineering, and 1 or more years of experience with Transportation –related projects.  EIT strongly preferred.  Proficiency using roadway design software (Civil 3d or InRoads or CAICE required) and drafting software (MicroStation, AutoCAD). 


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