What would it feel like to be part of a company guided by engaged and empowered employee-owners? To have the encouragement to run with innovative ideas? To know your opinion is valued and your voice is heard? Wouldn't you love to work in an atmosphere of transparency, respect, and accountability?
Then you belong at SEH.
SEH is currently looking for Interns! We have a temporary, part-time opportunity for one intern within our Traffic Engineering Practice Center located in St. Paul, MN. We are looking for an individual who wants to be part of a growing team that provides exceptional service to our clients with a focus on high quality technical solutions!
SEH’s Traffic Engineering team consists of experts who engineer ways to keep everyone moving safely and efficiently. They focus on current and future traffic concerns by assessing traffic patterns, improving traffic flow and increasing safety for today's complex multimodal roadways, roundabouts and intersections. Join a team that makes the most of technology and expertise to accurately assess traffic impacts and improve traffic operations.
Join a fast-paced, collaborative, and growing team! Bring your coursework concepts to life and grow your knowledge of engineering Flexible hours and competitive pay Be a part of our intern program that provides an opportunity for networking and support across all disciplines of civil engineering
What you will be doing:
Setup and pickup of traffic counters and video cameras for traffic data collection Conduct traffic counts from video using traffic count software and devices in an office environment Assist traffic engineering staff as able and qualified with all variety of multimodal traffic engineering tasks including analysis, design, and study reports Conduct technical traffic operations analysis using traffic modeling programs Assist with design plans by utilizing CAD software (e.g., AutoCAD and/or Microstation) that support highway and municipal designs of traffic signals, signing and striping, and technology systems Participate in regular staff meetings and training opportunities, support a variety of project managers and practices with critical data and information for their projects
- Undergraduate pursuing a Bachelors Degree in Civil Engineering
- Ability to work approximately 8 hours or more per week during the school year and potential to work additional hours during school breaks
- Working knowledge of Microsoft Office applications (Excel, Word, etc.)
- Must possess a valid Driver’s and must be able to successfully pass an MVR check
- Ability to travel as needed for field reviews, client consultations, on-site inspections, etc.
- Ability to carry up to 40 pounds of equipment