Day: January 22, 2019

Become University Innovation Fellows!

We are looking for students interested in becoming agents of change to become University Innovation Fellows! They will work on improving the innovation and entrepreneurial ecosystem here at Michigan Tech. We are looking for creative, action-oriented students who are passionate and excited about innovation, entrepreneurship, or making positive change. Please forward this on to any students who you think may be interested. We appreciate all of your help in finding awesome students for this opportunity!

Learn more by visiting the application: Applications close January 25, 2019 at 8 pm. Interviews will take place from 6-8 pm on January 27, 2019.


Job Posting (full time/intern): Kimley-Horn

Kimley-Horn is Hiring!

Interested in joining one of Fortune’s “100 Best Companies to Work For”? Kimley-Horn is looking for Civil/Environmental Engineering college students and soon-to-be graduates for full-time and internship opportunities around the country. We are extremely interested in your school’s Civil Engineering program and feel we have unmatched possibilities waiting for driven and exceptional students like you!

You fill find an informational flyer here about opportunities with our firm. Kimley-Horn has 420 full-time and 250 summer internship opportunities available nationwide. If you are interested in joining one of the nation’s top civil engineering design and consulting firms, we encourage you to sign up for a virtual information session and apply online!

More about Kimley-Horn:

Kimley-Horn is one of the most comprehensive and well-respected civil engineering design and consulting firms in the nation. With staff in over 80 offices, we offer services to both private and public sector clients in a wide range of disciplines including; land development, transportation planning, traffic operations, roadway design, aviation, structures, transit, ITS, water resources, environmental, and landscape architecture. Our team-oriented culture combines hands-on learning with training programs that focus on both technical and business-based skills so that we develop well-rounded consultants. We work hard and share knowledge, expertise, and profits across the firm. Kimley-Horn is ranked among Fortune’s “100 Best Companies to Work For”.

Kaitlyn Stoudenmire
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UG Student Fellowship: TURF at Portland State University

We’re offering a student opportunity to spend a summer doing research on the Portland State University campus (home to the national university transportation center: NITC) with our unique fellowship program now in its 2nd year: Transportation Undergraduate Research Fellowship (TURF).

This opportunity is open to current undergraduate students from any university who are pursuing transportation engineering or planning research. Students will be paired with a PSU faculty mentor to work on transportation research for 10 weeks (40 hrs/ week) with a $7,500 stipend. Applications are due February 15th (decisions made by March 29th).

We had seven scholars last summer, and are very excited to welcome a new group to the campus. See link for a flyer….2019 TURF Flyer.

Cait McCusker
Communications Director

Initiative for Bicycle & Pedestrian Innovation (IBPI)1900 SW 4th Ave, Suite 175, Portland OR 97201 • 503.725.2843

Job Posting: McMAHON Associates (Water/Wastewater)

McMAHON Associates is looking to hire at least one Water/Wastewater engineer (entry level).  With their current workload, focus would primarily be on wastewater treatment and anaerobic digestion/waste-to-energy.  McMAHON is planning on attending the Career Fair in February.  Below is a link to the job posting.

MCMGRP.COMMcMahon Water WW Engineer Opportunity 1-11-19


Chad Olsen, P.E., BCEE

Sr. Project Manager/Vice-President



920.751.4200 EXT 267

Job Posting (Interns/Full Time): Kiewit

Kiewit is still looking for a few more Interns for the Summer and full time staff.  They would love to get more students from Michigan Tech and students that are interested in rail and transportation projects.

Below are two application links with position descriptions for districts that specialize in rail projects. Kiewit has both internship and full time opportunities within this industry! The first link is the Mass Electric Transportation internship application, and the second is the Full Time Southwest Entry Level Engineer position. As a note, Southwest specializes in rail but also has two other groups that work with roads and water/wastewater projects for those interested in infrastructure construction in general.

Mass Electric Transportation:



Darian Reed

Rail Estimating Intern


3888 E. Broadway Road

Phoenix, AZ 85040


Job Posting: MDOT (Transportation Engineer, Lansing)

Function as a senior transportation engineer, completing or overseeing a variety of assignments in one or more specialized areas of traffic engineering involving traffic signals.  Review design plans of traffic signal construction for accuracy and completeness as prepared by consultant or in-house personnel.  Review base, preliminary, and Omission and Errors Check (OEC) plans prepared by the department or consultants.  Represent and serve as a signal systems design expert at meetings within the department or with representatives of local governmental units and interested citizens to explain the department’s policy regarding the use of electronic control devices.  Prepare and oversee preparation of survey requests.  This position oversees three regions of the state, North Region, Grand Region, and Southwest Region.

Possession of a bachelor of science degree in civil engineering or in civil and environmental engineering.

You may view the job posting here:  Transportation Engineer

Deadline: Jan 23, 2019

Job Posting: Kimley-Horn (Full time & Intern)

Kimley-Horn is looking for students, new graduates (both under-graduate and graduate program) to help fill our fill-time and intern positions. Kimley-Horn is unable to attend the Spring Career Fair, so they wanted to share some open positions they current have available.

They are hoping to fill positions in the groups listed below. However, their firm as a whole has a lot of positions still available throughout the country.


    • Electrical
    • Asset/Pavement Management

Minneapolis-St. Paul:

    • Development Services (Land/Site Development)
    • Transportation Planning/Traffic Operations

Kaitlin Nottestad ( is their Midwest region HR recruiter but can also get students in touch with recruiters in other regions throughout the country as well. Please make note that anyone interested in applying for a internship or full-time position at Kimley-Horn, can reach out to Kaitlin directly via her email.

About Kimley-Horn (Civil)


Job Posting: P|N|D Engineers (Alaska!)

Below is a link for an ad from P|N|D Engineers, Inc.  The ad says they are looking for a more experienced person, but are looking for entry level as well!

Geotechnical Engineer PND


Torsten Mayrberger, PhD, PE | Principal

Senior Geotechnical Engineer

P|N|D Engineers, Inc.

1506 W36th Ave., Anchorage, AK 99503

p: 907.561.1011  d: 907.646.2764  c: 907.887.9401 |

Job Posting: City of Ann Arbor (Trans. Engineer)

Transportation Engineer I:

Role Summary

This is an entry-level position for professional transportation engineering work. The knowledge and experience required for this level of work results from an understanding of how a multimodal transportation network functions, with particular emphasis on safety, complete streets and active transportation. Assignments require the application of intensive and diversified knowledge of traffic and transportation engineering principles and practices. This position makes decisions with direction from team members and supervisors to solve engineering problems; assists in resolving important questions raised by the public and stakeholders; and plans and coordinates multi-faceted work in transportation.

Transportation Engineer II:

Role Summary

The knowledge and experience required for this level of work results from an understanding of how a multimodal transportation network functions, with particular emphasis on safety, complete streets and active transportation. Assignments require the application of intensive and diversified knowledge of traffic and transportation engineering principles and practices. This position makes decisions independently to solve engineering problems; assists in representing the City in public settings; coordinates the work of consultants, contractors and team members to ensure successful completion of various projects; and plans and coordinates multi-faceted work in transportation.

The postings are open until filled.

Raymond Hess, AICP-CTP, LCI | Transportation Manager | Public Services

City of Ann Arbor | 301 E. Huron Street | PO Box 8647 | Ann Arbor, MI 48107-8647

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