DC Area Job Alert: Travel Demand Modeler – Cambridge Systematics

Travel Demand Modeler – Bethesda, MD

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 on-boarding 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 Travel Demand Modeler to work in our Travel Demand Forecasting (TDF) group in our Bethesda, Maryland (Metropolitan Washington, D.C.) office. This is an excellent opportunity to work with a growing team of transportation professionals to provide support on travel demand forecasting models application and development (four-step and activity-based models), quantitative analysis, statistical analysis, geographic information system (GIS) projects, and network development.

Qualifications: Master’s or Ph.D. degree in Civil Engineering, Planning, or other related field. Knowledge of travel demand modeling, transportation planning applications, statistical analysis, GIS, and model estimation techniques. Experience working with one or more of the major travel demand forecasting planning packages (e.g., TransCAD/GISDK, Cube/TP+/Voyager, or EMME/2/3), statistical packages (e.g., SAS or SPSS), and GIS (e.g., ArcGIS or TransCAD). Experience with Microsoft Access, Excel, Word, and PowerPoint. Programming experience in GISDK, Cube/TP+, or other model scripting languages or other programming languages (e.g., C, C++, Fortran, Visual Basic, Java, PHP, Perl, Python, etc.). Strong oral and written communications skills.

Please apply at https://home.eease.adp.com/recruit2/?id=7475351&t=1

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