Benefits include: IRA match, healthcare match, annual bonus, 21 days of paid vacation, 12 paid holidays off, paid maternity / paternity leave, flexible and relaxed work environment.
4 Year Degree
Telecommuting is allowed.
Who we’re looking for: A skilled transportation engineer with expertise and passion in active transportation who will support local Miami-Dade municipalities in delivering key bicycle-pedestrian projects and initiatives as well as address current bicycle-pedestrian safety and accessibility issues. The person in this role will work with the Street Plans team to participate in all stages of project development including design, implementation, engineering analyses, and overseeing the production of conceptual drawings, detailed striping and signage plans, and technical plans/reports.
Remote work is acceptable part-time, but it is expected that the successful candidate will be required to work in person several days per week.
Assisting cities around Miami-Dade County with the implementation of bicycle and pedestrian projects, including Vision Zero Action Plans, working with FDOT and Miami-Dade County Transportation and Public Works.
Design of bicycle and pedestrian infrastructure from start to completion.
Catalyze long-term street transformations by assisting with the design and implementation of Tactical Urbanism demonstration, pilot, and interim design projects;
Support Street Plans’ Principals with the development and management of complete streets planning projects (such as citywide bicycle and pedestrian master plans, corridor plans, policy development etc.);
Lead or contribute to multi-modal traffic studies with an emphasis on moving people, not just vehicles, safely;
Assist with design and execution of public meetings and workshops;
Develop data collection and evaluation plans
Salary and Benefits
$80,000 – $130,000 / yr
Annual bonus (amount depends on company and personal performance)
21 days of paid vacation
Paid maternity / paternity leave
12 paid holidays off
Flexible and relaxed work environment
To Apply: Email firstname.lastname@example.org with “Plangineer” in the subject of your email. Please include your Resume, Cover Letter, and any relevant work samples you’d like to highlight for this position – and a short description of your favorite street or public space – tell us why you love it in 250 words or less.
Min. 5 years experience contributing to or leading bicycle/pedestrian engineering efforts, with a minimum of three years managing the planning and implementation of active transportation projects.
Expertise in active transportation planning and engineering.
Undergraduate or graduate degree in civil or transportation engineering is required; any additional degrees in urban planning, urban design, architecture is a plus but not required.
Professional Engineering (PE) license is required; Professional Transportation Operations Engineer (P.T.O.E.) is a plus;
Experience designing and delivery tactical “quick build” projects is a big plus!
The Plangineer position combines urban and land use planning skills with professional engineering and project management expertise. More specifically, the ideal candidate must be able to demonstrate.
Interest and passion for multimodal, context-sensitive transportation!
Capacity for community-facing activities such as in-person and digital workshops, charrettes, community meetings etc.
Fluency with Google Workspace (Google drive, gmail, sheets, docs etc.)
Founded in Miami Beach in 2009, Street Plans is an internationally recognized urban planning, design, architecture, and transportation planning practice with offices in Atlanta, Pittsburgh, New York and Miami. The firm has expertise in integrating placemaking and mobility with broader land use, urban design, public engagement, and comprehensive planning goals.
A central part of our planning methodology is a focus on short-term implementation we call Tactical Urbanism. Street Plans is recognized as the leading practitioner/steward of the global Tactical Urbanism movement. Principals Tony Garcia and Mike Lydon are the authors of the acclaimed Tactical Urbanism book, published by Island Press in 2015, and the firm has so far published six open-source guides on the methodology.
We believe that the key to creating vibrant streets, public spaces and towns is through high-quality design and authentic public outreach. We work with clients to identify ways to create and activate public spaces, while at the same time creating plans for streets and neighborhoods that have both short term-tactics and long-term strategies for implementation.