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If interested in any of the below, please send resume to jill.kiley@arrbgroup.net

 

Pavement Management Engineer / Project Manager

Duties and responsibilities:

  • Responsible for coordination and project management of client contracts with responsibility for the delivery of assigned projects and achievement of budget and schedule targets.
  • Manage project outputs to ensure ARRB maintains a strong focus on project quality, timeliness and delivering outcomes that meet the needs of our customers and ensure a loyal customer base.
  • Provide technical supervision for data processing staff
  • Maintain lines of communication with field operators, processing staff, management, and clients.
  • Work with all resources within ARRB Group (and the global family of ARRB companies), to ensure the project tasks, deliverables, quality and schedules are maintained to a high standard.
  • Manage and update quality-control plans for roadway data collection and data processing.
  • Prepare, review, and present reports of roadway condition data.
  • Manage and assist with preparation of data-collection routes using GIS applications.
  • Manage data processing tasks and assist with data processing when needed.
  • Provide suggestions for technology improvement and process efficiency.
  • Assist Business Development Managers in the preparation of project proposals, budgets, and schedules.

Requirements and skills:

  • 5 or more years of relevant experience in roadway data collection, pavement engineering, pavement evaluation, pavement management, or related areas
  • Bachelor’s degree in civil engineering or related area
  • Must have a valid US drivers license
  • Must be familiar with working on large numerical data sets and databases
  • Must have excellent written and oral communication skills
  • Have attention to detail and take pride in quality of work
  • Can adapt to rapidly changing and unknown circumstances
  • Thoughtful and considered approach to problem solving
  • Self-starting and takes initiative
  • Efficient and progressive work ethic
  • Able to travel on domestic and international trips
  • Asks questions when unsure, and admits and learns from mistakes
  • Ability to work autonomously and with other team members

Appointment details

  • Full-time employment
  • Offers overtime pay + annual performance-based bonus
  • Annual vacation
  • Health insurance
  • 401K

 

Engineering Technician

Duties and responsibilities:

  • Assist with data-processing of collected road inventory and pavement condition data
  • Assist with data-extraction from collected imagery and sensor roadway data
  • Assist with quality-control on collected roadway data
  • Assist with preparing reports of processed roadway condition data using tools such as Excel, Word, PowerPoint, and GIS applications
  • Assist with preparing data-collection routes using GIS applications including ArcGIS, QGIS, and Google Maps
  • Assist with field data collection as needed (up to 50/50 office/field during peak season)
  • Assist with calibration and validation of roadway data collection equipment
  • Assist with the maintenance of roadway data collection equipment
  • Provide suggestions for improving equipment and processing software
  • Work with all resources within the ARRB global team to ensure the deliverables and final output quality are maintained to a high standard
  • On the job training and data processing training will be provided

Requirements and skills:

  • Working computer knowledge and experience with MS Excel, MS Access, MS PowerPoint, and Windows environments
  • 2-year degree in Engineering, Geography, GIS or related discipline sufficient.  4-year degree in Engineering Technology, Geography, GIS or with mathematical and/or technical educational background is preferred
  • Must be comfortable working with large numerical data sets
  • Must be a self-starter and take initiatives to learn new methods of data processing
  • Working knowledge of GIS applications (ArcGIS, QGIS) is highly desirable
  • Must be a fast-learner and able to pick up new data-processing skills quickly
  • Must be tech-savvy and have an appreciation for high-tech tools
  • Must have time management skills
  • Ability to operate with a wide variety of work cultures and condition
  • Have attention to detail and take pride in quality of work
  • Thoughtful, considered, and positive approach to problem solving
  • Asks questions when unsure and admits and learns from mistakes
  • Ability to work independently as well as with other team members
  • Ability obtain a passport and travel (50% travel required at times)

Appointment details

  • Full-time employment
  • Offers overtime pay + annual performance-based bonus
  • Annual vacation
  • Health insurance
  • 401K

 

Transportation Data Analysis / Staff Engineer

Duties and responsibilities:

  • Perform data-processing of collected road inventory and pavement condition data
  • Perform data-extraction from collected imagery and sensor roadway data
  • Perform quality-control on collected roadway data
  • Prepare reports of processed roadway condition data using tools such as Excel, Word, PowerPoint, and GIS applications
  • Prepare data-collection routes using GIS applications including ArcGIS, QGIS, and Google Maps
  • Assist with field data collection as needed (may travel up to 25% during peak season)
  • Assist with calibration and validation of roadway data collection equipment
  • Provide suggestions for improving equipment and processing software
  • Work with all resources within the ARRB global team to ensure the deliverables and final output quality are maintained to a high standard
  • On the job training and data processing training will be provided; may require travel outside of the U.S. for training

Requirements and skills:

  • Excellent computer knowledge, experienced with MS Excel, MS Access, MS PowerPoint, and other related data analytics tools
  • 4-year degree in Engineering, Engineering Technology, Geography, GIS or with mathematical and/or technical educational background is preferred
  • Must be comfortable working with large numerical data sets
  • Must be a self-starter and take initiatives to learn new methods of data processing
  • Must have a working knowledge of GIS applications (ArcGIS, QGIS)
  • Must be a fast-learner and able to pick up new data-processing skills quickly
  • Must be tech-savvy and have an appreciation for high-tech tools
  • Have basic project management and time management skills
  • Ability to operate with a wide variety of work cultures and conditions
  • Have attention to detail and take pride in quality of work
  • Thoughtful, considered, and positive approach to problem solving
  • Asks questions when unsure and admits and learns from mistakes
  • Ability to work independently as well as with other team members
  • Transportation infrastructure and engineering data analysis experience preferred
  • Pavement inspection and pavement engineering experience preferred

 

 

Field Survey Operator – iPAVe

Duties and responsibilities:

  • Drive, operate, and support high-tech data collection vehicles (tractor-trailer or cargo van), mounted with various sensors to collect pavement and roadway data, along with another operator/driver as part of a survey crew.
  • Maintain vehicles and associated sensors in good condition and schedule service visits as necessary.
  • Provide timely and accurate collection of road survey data across various project sites and locations in the United States and Canada
  • Learn to operate data-collection computers and equipment to collect pavement surface and structural condition, geometry and video imaging data
  • Learn basic data processing and assist with processing, checking and management of collected roadway data as needed
  • Perform Equipment calibration, verification, validation, testing and maintenance on all survey equipment and sensors
  • Lean to and assist equipment assembly specialists during installation of new equipment
  • Comply with all OSHA and ARRB Quality procedures and policies as required
  • Attend training programs to learn about upgrades and improvements to survey vehicles and equipment

Requirements and skills:

  • Must have attention to detail and take pride in quality of work
  • Must have a positive and can-do attitude and be a team-player
  • Must be able to adapt to rapidly changing and unknown circumstances
  • Must be able to travel for up to 75% (field/office ratio is 75/25) during peak season
  • Must be a self-starter and take initiative
  • Must have a valid CDL-A with 2 years+ driving experience in tractor-trailer and a current medical examiner’s certificate; long-distance driving skills is preferred
  • Must have solid computer usage ability and experience using MS Excel and MS Word
  • Must be able to obtain a passport and travel by air (locally or aboard) as required
  • Must have some electronics and mechanical knowledge; more advanced electronics and mechanical knowledge is preferred
  • Must have a high school diploma; post-high school certificate programs, associate degree, or 4-year degrees are preferred
  • Must have good navigational skills
  • Past military experience preferred

Appointment details

  • Full-time employment
  • Offers overtime pay + annual performance-based bonus
  • Annual vacation
  • Health insurance
  • 401K

 

 

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