We are always looking for good people. For entry level positions we look for someone with solid basic computer and internet skills who wants to learn more about technology, the consulting business, and working with government clients. For higher level positions we look for people with the skills and experience to help our clients. In both cases, attitude and approach are far more important than prior experience. We like to work with people who love their work and who care passionately that their work matters. It is important to us that everything we do brings real value to our clients, we only work with people who feel the same way.
The work we do varies widely in both form and intensity. We use a lot of specialized approaches, software and systems and we invite people to help us find and build new ones. We need people who are self directed and quick learners. In exchange we can give fair compensation, a flexible full or part time schedule, and a great opportunity to learn. If this sounds like you, you should send a resume to: email@example.com.
Policy, Planning and Fare Collection Internships
Four Nines Technologies, a certified California small business, was founded by consultants with broad experience in providing IT consulting services across a range of vertical industries. We formed the company around a shared commitment to provide excellent service to public sector organizations. We are based in the San Francisco Bay Area and provide services to clients across the county.
We are looking for a self-motivated graduate student intern that is curious and interested in gaining exposure to variety of fields in transportation. Focus areas may include fare policy and fare collection systems, asset management, business process reviews, performance assessments, and transportation planning and consulting with focus on transit agencies. Initial project could be either:
A fare policy study to help a transit agency develop a universal fare policy and fare collection technology strategy. There may be more opportunities to get engaged on other projects.
Supporting the procurement, design, implementation and testing of a second generation regional fare payment smart card.
Self-motivated, able to work remotely
Innovative and creative
Critical thinking and detail oriented - data analysis and problem solving
Good verbal and written communication
Collaborative and interested in helping clients develop solutions
Bachelor degree in planning, engineering, policy, economics, or related field
Job type: intern
Location: work from home
Applicants in addition to your resume please identify how your background meets the desired skills/characteristics, what excites you about transportation and any specific interests that you have, and what is your ideal work environment and learning style. Respond to firstname.lastname@example.org
Technical Project Manager
Overall, the position of Technical Project Manager is expected to be a strong communicator with the ability to manage multiple projects at one time. The position requires the ability to leverage tools and project management practices to to manage time, budget, scope and tasks. This position is part time with a flexible schedule and location depending on the candidate. This can grow to a full time position if desired.
The required skills are highlighted below based upon category:
A strong communicator (written and oral) to effectively communicate project scope, tasks and schedule
Ability to manage meetings and workshops in person and over the phone
Ability to communicate technical needs with non technical customers
Managing and tracking of projects in a structured organized fashion (leveraging tools like AtTask, Omniplan and Google)
Working with project leads, managers and other stakeholders to define milestones, establish schedules and allocate tasks
Preparing presentations, project documentation and reports
Establishing and following project development procedures in accordance with applicable industry best practices and to maximize efficiency
Delivering the project to the quality, time and scope requirements specified
Strong understanding of SaaS tools like Google, AtTask, Jira and others
Strong understanding of software development lifecycle
Ability to manage multiple team members with knowledge transfer, skill building and mentoring
A focus on task completion and measurable success
Experience developing functional integration specifications
Experience working with Software Development Lifecycle (SDLC) and Agile practices
Data analysis and system mapping expertise
Ability to troubleshoot reporting and integration issues
Ability to reconcile data inaccuracies in integration files.