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Cambridge and Denver/Chicago Job Alerts: Cambridge Systematics

Cambridge Systematics is a place where individuals are able to grow and develop both personally and professionally. When you come to work for us, you’ll be joining an independent, employee-owned company, recognized nationally and internationally. Through our world class onboarding process, new hires receive introductory training from our staff subject matter experts. Ongoing learning and knowledge sharing is a hallmark of our culture and our pursuit of excellence. Through our professional development opportunities, staff can branch out into several different career paths. In addition, we offer competitive salaries and superior benefits.

We are seeking a Transportation Analyst in our Cambridge office, with at least a year of previous work experience for transportation planning and policy work in the Northeast and with clients throughout the U.S. The Transportation Analyst will work under the general supervision of a Project Manager on assignments such as transit planning, financial analysis, traffic and revenue analysis, economic and socioeconomic analysis, performance management, asset management, and/or environmental analysis (energy, air quality, and climate change). The position provides the opportunity for direct client interaction, and the potential for rapid merit-based advancement. Candidates must work well as part of a project team, pay attention to detail and accuracy, and exhibit self-motivation and independent problem solving skills. Candidates must also possess strong quantitative and interpretive abilities, strong writing skills, and proficiency in Excel. Experience with data analysis software (e.g., SAS, SPSS), GIS, travel demand models, or other transportation and economic impact software is a plus.

Qualifications: Bachelor’s degree in Engineering, Planning, Economics, Public Policy or a related field; Master’s degree is preferred; evidence of strong oral and written communications skills; proven experience with spreadsheet/database management and usage.

Qualified candidates please apply to https://home.eease.adp.com/recruit/?id=6557161.

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We are seeking a Travel Demand Modeler to work in our modeling group in either our Chicago office or our Denver office. This is an excellent opportunity to work with a dynamic team in a collegial environment to support statistical modeling, traditional and advanced model development and application, quantitative data analysis, and geographic information system (GIS) projects. Responsibilities include developing model input data, estimating parameters, analyzing travel surveys and socioeconomic data, network coding/editing, validating travel demand models, conducting research on quantitative methods and modeling techniques, and preparing technical documentation.

Qualifications: Master’s or Ph.D. degree in Civil Engineering, Planning, or other related field. Strong analytical skills reflecting expertise in statistical analysis, model estimation techniques, and transportation planning applications. Experience working with statistical packages (e.g., SAS, SPSS, ALOGIT, Limdep, or R); working knowledge of one or more travel demand modeling platforms (e.g., TransCAD, Cube, or EMME); experience with Microsoft Access, Excel, Word, and PowerPoint; and strong oral and written communications skills.

Knowledge of GIS (e.g., ArcGIS or TransCAD); programming experience in GISDK or Cube/TP+; or experience in other programming languages (e.g., Python, SQL, Visual Basic, Java, C++, Fortran) a plus.

Chicago candidates please apply to https://home.eease.adp.com/recruit/?id=6593901.

Denver candidates please apply to https://home.eease.adp.com/recruit/?id=6593971.

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