The Chicago Office of T.Y. Lin International is currently seeking a Senior Engineer Professional (Project Director) for work on Transit and Railway projects. The Project Director oversees the preparation and specifications for the design, technical guidance and technical oversight of rail projects as well as participation in business development and marketing strategies.
Assist in development of production work plans, contract documents, schedules and budgets.
Design oversight and multi-discipline interface review of in-progress design development.
Facilitate interdisciplinary coordination meetings for resolution of technical issues and maintenance of project schedules.
Ensure proper codes and standards are being used by engineers on projects.
Provide staff with expert technical guidance and assistance on projects.
Coordinate advanced conceptual and preliminary engineering design or design review activities for alignments, guide ways, stations, vehicles, systems, and other physical elements of projects including all civil, structural, traffic, and architectural elements. (Activity to be supported by other technical staff.)
Assist in value engineering, quality control, and constructability reviews.
Coordinate with various utility owners and cooperating agencies whose facilities are impacted by projects.
Participate in business development and take a lead role in marketing specific clients and projects, including proposals and interviews.
Other assignments as needed.
BS in Engineering or BA in Architecture required
MSCE or MAA preferred but not required.
Professional Engineer or Architecture license required.
Minimum of 10+ years of progressive experience on major transportation projects.
Working knowledge of AREMA and railroad agencies design criteria and standards.
T.Y. Lin International is an equal opportunity employer and we prohibit discrimination and harassment of any type as protected by federal, state, or local laws. We celebrate diversity and are committed to creating an inclusive environment for all employees.