DDOT has started and is enhancing its data driven decision making process for curbside management. Interns selected for this project will be focusing on analyzing patterns and trends of curbside utilization operations. Example work will include analyzing big data regarding parking meter usage, parking citations, carsharing operations, among other data sets, in order to provide planners and operation manager’s feedback on the utility and effectiveness of proposed and existing curbside management programs. Additionally, interns will collaborate in developing easily obtainable primary data and proxy data to determine curbside parking utilization and turnover.
- Undergraduate or graduate student (majors in engineering, planning, geography, GIS, public administration, political science, or similar) with interest or specialization in transportation
- Interest in transportation data collection and management
- GIS skills and basic statistics required
- Must have completed at least 9 credit hours of undergraduate and/or graduate level GIS coursework
- Strong oral and written communication skills
- Ability to display data in a clear and relevant manner
- Organized and able to work independently after receiving limited instruction
These are hourly, paid positions with a maximum of 20 hours a week with no paid holidays, no sick leave, and no overtime. All candidates are required to have basic computer skills and basic knowledge of Microsoft Outlook, Excel, PowerPoint, and Word.
To apply: Please email your resume and a copy of you most recent transcript to firstname.lastname@example.org. Your resume must identify the position(s) you are applying for and include your current GPA. The deadline to submit ALL documents will be Friday, October 2nd, 2015. All candidates who are granted an interview will be contacted. No phone calls, please.