TRANSPORTATION PLANNER - DATA ANALYSIS & STRATEGIC PLANNING
FTE/Hours per pay period:
1.0 FTE (80 hours per bi-weekly pay periods)
Hours Per Shift:
Depends on Experience
Design, plan and implement Transportation Demand Management (TDM) strategies and programs that support the organization's goal of reducing drive alone commute trips to Seattle Children’s main hospital campus and other Commute Trip Reduction (CTR) affected locations.
Perform data management responsibilities, including data collection and the tracking and cleaning of complex data spreadsheets. Increase support for alternative transportation modes at Seattle Children’s worksites using thorough data analysis, program evaluation and policy analysis.
Contribute analytical support, technical writing and task management for short and long-range planning efforts. In partnership with the Transportation Policy, Planning and Projects Supervisor, transportation planning team and other members of the Transportation department, develop, conduct and support these, and other, strategic sustainability initiatives: meet/exceed state and regional CTR mandates; reduce parking demand and increase demand for alternatives to driving alone; design and implement Children’s shuttle routes, and create and maintain schedules for the shuttle service; coordinate/establish partnerships within the organization as well as with affiliated institutions, city agencies and other entities to build and maintain integrated TDM programs.
Required Education/Experience: • Bachelor's Degree in Urban/Regional/Community/City Planning, Public Policy, GIS, Geography, Sustainable Transportation, Engineering, Communications, Program Management or related field. • Minimum of two (2) years transportation/project planning experience.
Required Credentials: N/A
Preferred: • Master’s Degree in Urban/Regional/Community/City Planning, GIS, Geography, Sustainable Transportation, Public Policy, Business, Communications, Program Management, Engineering, or related field. • Three (3) years experience working in transportation, public policy, environmental management, or project management. • Knowledge of TDM principles and strategies. • Working knowledge of local requirements related to transportation management, including CTR Law. • Working knowledge of local and regional transportation systems (busing, bicycling, vanpooling, etc.). • Proficiency with Geographic Information Systems (GIS) to create maps and analyze geo-spatial, transportation and demographic data. • Proficiency using Microsoft Office Suite, including Excel, Word, PowerPoint and Outlook to maintain databases and develop reports. • Proficiency with Tableau data visualization software. • Proficiency with Stata or comparable data analysis software. • Ability to analyze data and information to assess and understand issues, evaluate options, make appropriate decisions, and produce work products that are accurate, thorough, on time, and within budget constraints. • Ability to work independently and as a member of a team.
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