- Serve as the expert and lead FHWA authority in deploying the SHRP2 suite of project management tools.
- Serve as the technical lead/task monitor for the R09 and R10 task order for product development and implementation.
- Develop and maintain comprehensive awareness of highway project aspects to include engineering design, construction, administration, and management.
- Create effective relationships with senior-level FHWA stakeholders that are involved in deployment of SHRP2 project management products.
The Strategic Highway Research Program (SHRP 2) was authorized by Congress in 2005 to address some of the most pressing concerns with regard to highway transportation. This includes the nation’s roadway safety, renewal, reliability, and capacity issues. The goal of SHRP 2 is to ensure that the most critical highway user needs are addressed, such as increasing safety, reducing congestion, minimizing disruption to users when roads are being rehabilitated, and providing new capacity that enhances neighborhoods and avoids environmental harm. SHRP 2 is also focused on producing methods and guidance, as well as technologies, designed to help agencies make the changes necessary to better serve their customers while managing the risk involved with institutional change.
NOTE: The deadline to submit application is Wednesday, July 17, 2013.