New York City Transit’s Department of Capital Program Management is looking for all levels of engineers and architects, from entry-level professionals to senior-level technical managers, and cost estimators and schedulers. Exciting opportunities exist in various disciplines to contribute to design, construction, renovations, and innovations to meet the current and future needs of the greatest urban mass transit system in the country.
Entry-level positions require a related college degree. Some supervisory and senior-level positions may require a Professional Engineer (P.E.) or Registered Architect (R.A.) license or Certified Construction Manager (C.C.M.) certificate and over 10 years of experience. Senior-level positions generally require significant related experience in transportation.
New York City Transit offers competitive salaries, a comprehensive benefits package, and excellent opportunities for professional development.
If you are unable to attend our career fair at 2 Broadway, please review New York City Transit job postings on the MTA website, http://mta.info/mta/employment/employment
and submit a resume for the position(s) for which you qualify.*
Openings exist in these areas:
Architecture • Civil/Structural Engineering • Electrical Engineering • Signals Engineering
Mechanical Engineering • Systems Engineering • Communications Engineering
Environmental Engineering • Commissioning • Cost Estimating and Scheduling
Quality and Safety • Construction Management • Design Management
Directions to 2 Broadway
Take the 4 or the 5 train to Bowling Green or the R train to Whitehall Street.
A valid government issued photo ID is required to enter the building. All bags will be searched.