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5211 Lead Project Engineer at SFMTA


Contact: https://careers.sf.gov/role/?id=743999833378571



City and County of San Francisco

Municipal Transportation Agency



5211 Lead Project Engineer


Division: Transit Division


Section/Unit: Program Delivery and Support; Transit Technology

Work Location: 1455 Market Street, 7th Floor, San Francisco, CA 94103

Work Schedule: Monday- Friday, 8:30AM- 5:30PM



The Lead Project Engineer will manage the Train Control Upgrade Project engineering team and will act as the SFMTA lead for the overall system design. The Lead Project Engineer will also assist the Project Manager with oversight duties related to project design to facilitate the procurement, design, installation, testing and maintenance of the future train control system and ensuring that it meets the SFMTA’s requirements and conforms to all applicable SFMTA, state, local, and federal standards.  The Lead Project Engineer will act as the SFMTA design authority for the project and will act as the SFMTA technical representative to review, accept, or when necessary, audit, technical project submittals and deliverables provided by the Supplier and other project contractors related to system design.




The Train Control Upgrade Project is an 8-year, multi-million dollar project with the goal of modernizing the existing Advanced Train Control System in Muni’s subway as well as expanding the supervision and limited control aspects of a Communication-Based Train Control System to the entire Muni light rail system. The new train control system will be delivered through a series of contracts with a CBTC vendor and other firms. The successful applicant will have technical expertise and knowledge of the principles, practices, and techniques of train control and/or signaling systems and possess engineering experience working on communications-based train control systems and/or experience designing and engineering onboard rail electronic communications systems.




To view the full job posting in detail and apply online, please click on the link.


Contact: https://careers.sf.gov/role/?id=743999833378571