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VTTI seeks a qualified Driver Training Instructor to develop and implement driver training protocols, manage the conduct of training and compliance, and provide expertise as it relates to the planning and implementation of research protocols.
VTTI is looking for a Heavy Vehicle Simulator Monitor. This position will provide support to the operations of the Center for Sustainable Transportation Infrastructure performing monitoring tasks associated with the Heavy Vehicle Simulator.
VTTI is currently accepting applications for the part-time position of Data Reductionist. The job involves working in our computer labs to review and analyze digital video and data collected in various research projects in order to analyze and document driver behavior, road conditions, data quality, etc., following detailed protocols.
The Division of Freight, Transit, and Heavy Vehicle Safety (DHVY) seeks qualified and ambitious engineering, human factors or traffic safety professionals with a strong background in psychology, safety, and/or vehicle technology. Research areas of focus within DHVY include advanced driver assistance systems, Automated Driving Systems, driver behavior (e.g., distraction, fatigue, and impairment), sensor perception and performance, education and training, and supporting road users that share the road with trucks.
DHVY seeks qualified, experienced and ambitious engineering (industrial), human factors, or traffic safety professionals with a strong background in psychology, safety, and/or vehicle technology.
The successful candidate will work as a member of the Division of Technology Development and Deployment to create, deploy, and support research applications and associated infrastructure. They will be expected to apply a cross-functional skillset to write software, develop and maintain the platforms, frameworks, and systems that allows VTTI to deploy and run software more efficiently and more securely.
Work closely with VTTI's Program Management Office (PMO) to oversee singular or multiple projects from simple to intermediate complexity with multiple year engagements. Have delegated responsibility for the day to day programmatic administrative, budgetary, compliance and contractual aspects of programs/projects in support of principal investigators as assigned by VTTI's PMO lead.
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 supporting research projects and working independently and collaboratively with multidisciplinary teams to improve transportation safety through cutting-edge research.
VTTI consists of more than 300 employees dedicated to saving lives, time, and money and protecting the environment. In all endeavors, the VTTI community is charged with finding solutions to the greatest transportation challenges facing our world.