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Fehr & Peers is a leading multimodal transportation planning and engineering firm interested in individuals who are inspired to improve communities. We are considering engineer/planner candidates for full-time employment or internships at our offices in California (Oakland, San Francisco, San Jose, Walnut Creek, Roseville, Sacramento, Los Angeles, Anaheim, San Diego), Colorado (Denver), Oregon (Portland), Utah (Salt Lake City), Washington (Seattle, Tacoma), Florida (Orlando), and Washington, DC.
Entry-level engineers and planners can expect to build a career foundation through a wide variety of experiences. An emphasis is placed on early development of project management and technical skills. In a single office, you’ll be exposed to a multitude of project types, maximizing opportunities for personal and professional growth, including:
- Transportation impact studies
- Bicycle and pedestrian planning
- Access, circulation and parking studies
- Multimodal operations assessment
- Complete Streets planning, operations and design
- Street lighting assessment analysis
- Traffic signal design
- Transit forecasting and operations
- Travel behavior forecasting
- Vehicle miles of travel (VMT) assessment
- Systemic safety studies
- Highway interchange/corridor studies
- Climate Action Plans
- Freight Planning
- Transportation Demand Management plans
We provide opportunities to learn cutting edge software including: VISSIM, VISUM, TransCAD, CUBE, and TP+.
Our interns take on similar tasks and responsibilities as a full-time entry-level staff. Internships are available for the semester, summer, or year. Work schedule will be determined based on your availability and the office’s needs. The pay can range from $22-$27, this is dependent upon experience level of the candidate, office location market average, and this is subject to change every year. Supervision and feedback are provided by the Office Manager on a regular basis through check-in meetings or on the spot feedback, and each staff will have opportunities to work with Junior and Senior level staff on projects to aid in their career development.
Interns must be at a junior or senior-level pursuing a Bachelor’s or Master’s degree in transportation, civil or electrical engineering; urban and regional planning; or related major. Coursework and/or extracurricular activities in transportation are highly desirable.