The Oahu Metropolitan Planning Organization (OahuMPO) is a quasi-governmental agency that serves as the forum for cooperative transportation decision-making between the State, the City and County of Honolulu’s Department of Transportation Services, and the Honolulu Authority for Rapid Transportation (HART). OahuMPO assures compliance with a continuing, cooperative, and comprehensive (3-C) transportation planning process and is responsible for developing various Federally required planning studies and programs, and other planning and project development activities to assist in addressing transportation issues on the island of Oahu. The OahuMPO establishes transportation goals, policies, and strategies, and determines what assets or facilities will receive Federal assistance.
OahuMPO is currently recruiting for the following position.
Transportation Impact Analyst
This position has a robust potential for you to learn numerous new skills to further your professional development, such as working closely with the development of the Transportation Demand Forecasting Model. You will learn how to share model results, run the model, and manage the model. You will have the opportunity to develop data-driven analyses to identify concentrations of special interest groups (such as Title VI and Environmental Justice populations) that will support the OahuMPO’s public outreach for regional plans and studies and give input about the selection process of transportation projects on the island. The Transportation Impact Analyst position will give you opportunities for personal growth and creative contributions regarding regional planning. We are looking for an integral member of an amazing group of motivated professionals that love their work!
MAJOR DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
Manage the Oahu regional Transportation Improvement Program (TIP), maintain internal databases, communicate with participating agencies to assemble pertinent transportation data for analysis, support OahuMPO’s development of regional transportation plans and planning studies, and examines the equitable distribution of federal funding used by regional projects. Additionally, the position manages and oversees the work of related consultant contracts and performs other related duties as assigned.
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