Employment Opportunities

The Capital Area MPO recently adopted a new strategic plan to help guide our region’s transportation program through the next several years.  CAMPO is expanding staff to implement the new strategic plan.  At CAMPO, we create, innovate, and work smarter. We focus on relationships and collaboration across all jurisdictions. We enjoy our work and have fun doing it. You can join our team dedicated to meeting the needs of our members and the public and ensure our region remains one of the best places to live, work and play.

CAMPO currently has one open position, and one partner position posted below: 

Senior Transportation Planner

**This position is being readvertised.  Candidates who have previously  submitted  an application remain under consideration and do not need to reapply.**Image of flyer with same content as site text for Senior Transportation Planner position.

The Triangle region continues to experience unprecedented growth, producing a need for infrastructure improvements that offer a range of travel choices and are compatible with the character and development of our communities, sensitive to the environment, designed to improve quality of life, and are safe and accessible for all. The Capital Area MPO (CAMPO) works at the heart of identifying, planning, and implementing those improvements.

This position will perform regional multi-modal transportation planning. This job may supervise subordinate staff and/or be expected to lead teams of staff and provide direction and supervision related to the management of specific projects. Work is performed under the general supervision of a Deputy Director.

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Deadline to Apply:  Thursday, May 23, 2024

Partner Position: Safe Routes to School Coordinator

Safe Routes to School (SRTS) is an approach that promotes walking and bicycling to school through infrastructure improvements, enforcement, tools, safety education, and incentives to encourage walking and bicycling to school. SRTS initiatives improve safety and levels of physical activity for students. Wake County Health and Human Services’ (WCHHS) houses the SRTS program in Wake County to improve the physical health of the community and decrease unintentional injuries by preventing motor vehicle crashes with child pedestrians and bicyclists. View the full job listing.