SRF Consulting Group, Inc. is seeking applicants for a Traffic Engineering co-op position in our Traffic Studies Group. Our Traffic Studies Group is responsible for conducting corridor studies, sub-area studies, traffic impact studies, freeway modeling, traffic forecasting, traffic safety and other specialized traffic analysis work. They are highly regarded for their strong commitment to service and quality; developing innovative solutions that are cost-effective and implementable.
This is a seven month full time (40 hours/week) paid co-op student position from June, 2017 to December, 2017. Applicants must be able to commit for a 40-hour work week schedule within regular business hours. Students may qualify for co-op credits, depending on the university’s co-op policy. This is a great opportunity to earn money while developing valuable skills and gaining practical experience to build your career. Looking ahead to the future? SRF Consulting Group will consider the co-op worker for full time employment after graduation.
Providing support in organizing and developing technical information
Conducting technical analysis using traffic simulation and modeling programs
Developing documentation to support analysis work
SRF Consulting Group, Inc., is an Equal Employment Opportunity / Affirmative Action Employer.
Current enrollment in a university’s civil engineering undergraduate program
Excellent verbal/written communication skills
Students with 1-2 semesters remaining to complete their engineering degree are desired
SRF Consulting Group, Inc., is a fast growing, locally owned and well-established planning, engineering, and design firm providing services throughout the Midwest. We are an award-winning company that has been recognized for planning, engineering and landscape architecture. SRF Consulting is moved by a compelling mission: to help our clients create vibrant, livable communities and sustainable tran...sportation systems. Our calling to have fun while helping others extends beyond our office buildings and jobsites and into the neighborhoods in which we live and work.
We have opportunities to contribute to some of the most challenging, multi-disciplinary projects in the Midwest. We also offer new challenges with your career as you progress, and provide professional development through mentor programs, tuition reimbursement, paid professional certifications and organization memberships, in-house seminars and workshops as well as on-the job training.