Wood Environment & Infrastructure Solutions is seeking a Senior Transportation Engineer to join our team in San Juan, Puerto Rico.
The Senior Transportation Engineer will lead and support the successful delivery of urban and rural transportation infrastructure and civil engineering projects throughout Puerto Rico. Additionally, this key team leader will be involved in identifying and developing new business opportunities with existing and potential clients in the public and private sectors. This role includes working closely with other Wood business units to pursue local and international opportunities in transportation, infrastructure, engineering, mining, oil and gas, water management or other resource projects.
The ideal candidate will be able to demonstrate recent transportation engineering experience in the consulting industry and/or experience working with, or for, public sector clients in Puerto Rico.
In addition to the mandatory requirements, the following items would be considered assets for this role:
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