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Reporting to the Chief of Staff, the HR Manager is specifically responsible for managing all staff-related activities in accordance with university policies and procedures.
The Technical Editor is responsible for the editing, formatting, and production of technical reports and other technical documents such as journal articles, proposals, website content, and press releases.
This position is responsible for monitoring the Heavy Vehicle Simulator (HVS) while in operation. Work requires candidate to be outside, frequently after dark, for extended periods of time, in differing weather conditions to perform a visual inspection of the HVS and record temperature readings. Notify supervisor of any issues with the HVS operation and shut down the HVS when instructed.
As a fully competent Postdoctoral Associate in all conventional aspects of the subject matter of the functional area of the assignments, plans and conducts work requiring judgment with in the independent evaluation, selection, and substantial adaptation and modification of standard techniques, procedures, and criteria.
As a Research Associate, this opening is pursuing applicants that demonstrate experience and skills in transportation human factors, programming and basic statistics including experimental design. This position is expected to focus predominantly on driver support systems including autonomous vehicle systems.
As a Senior Research Associate, this opening is pursuing applicants that demonstrate significant experience and skills in driving related analysis, proficiency in programming and familiarity with basic statistics. This position is expected to focus predominantly on driver support systems including autonomous vehicle systems.
The Division of Freight, Transit, and Heavy Vehicle Safety (DHVY) at VTTI seeks a qualified and ambitious senior engineering, human factors, or traffic safety professional with a strong background in safety, engineering, psychology, and/or vehicle technology.
DHVY, a research-focused group within VTTI, seeks a qualified engineer/ scientist with a strong background and proven research record in big data analysis, computer vision, and machine learning with an interest in transportation research.
This engineer will develop software for autonomous vehicle control and perception, advanced data acquisition, human/machine interaction, and much more.
VTTI is seeking a database developer to be responsible for the administration, automation, and operation of databases and structured data in a dynamic research environment.
Duties include the installation, calibration, testing, and troubleshooting of circuits, components, and instrumentation for data acquisition systems.
VTTI seeks a Software Engineer to join an established and talented team who is making an impact in autonomous vehicle research. As a member of the team you’ll enable research into all levels of vehicle systems and deploy autonomous vehicles for research purposes. This engineer will develop software for autonomous vehicle control and perception, advanced data acquisition, human/machine interaction, and much more.
VTTI seeks qualified, ambitious Senior Research associates and Research Associates interested in answering complex questions surrounding automated vehicle systems.
The candidate should be an experienced engineer capable of working independently and with multidisciplinary teams to improve transportation safety through cutting-edge research and development of emerging technologies in smart cities, connected vehicles, automated vehicles, and transportation safety applications.
This position provides vision, leadership, coordination and specialized expertise for the research, development, and evaluation of next-generation vehicle systems, in addition to coordination and direction of public policy initiatives and research.
The Division of Vehicle, Driver & System Safety is seeking hard working, innovative, flexible, and qualified individuals with an interest to assist in managing a federal University Transportation Center (UTC) grant and to learn, deliver, and recruit for transportation research at VTTI.
The Division of Vehicle, Driver, and Safety Systems, a research-focused group within VTTI, seeks qualified and ambitious engineering/human factors/traffic safety professionals with a strong background and proven research record in human factors/engineering/psychology/safety/education/public health/vehicle technology.
This position will collaborate with an integrated team of transportation safety engineers, automated vehicle experts, and infrastructure developers to establish and grow a research program focused on the safety and security of embedded and cyber-physical systems in the transportation ecosystem.
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