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Capital Program and Development Engineer – Washington State Department of Transportation

Thurston County, Olympia, Washington, USA

Salary: US$74,604-$100,344

The Washington State Department of Transportation (WSDOT) is seeking a professional and experienced engineer to serve as the Capitol Program and Development Engineer in Olympia, Washington.

The incumbent will provide administrative leadership for design and construction engineering activities and contract compliance for assigned Regional Mobility, Tier and federally funded projects. This includes taking the lead with development and delivery (engineering, scoping, design, and construction) of projects funded under the Public Transportation Program.

If you're experienced in incorporating public transportation projects and programs into an agency-wide framework that develops better solutions for addressing safety, congestion, access, and operating aspects of the transportation system, we encourage you to apply today.

To view the entire announcement and to apply, please visit: 17DOT-HQ-04428.


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