One of the world’s leading private investor in transportation infrastructures, with a workforce of approximately 70,000 employees and operations in more than 15 countries, established an intensive training program to further develop its team of US-based Highway Design Engineers among early-career engineering professionals who have recently earned a Master’s degree (MSCE). In this program, our Highway Design Engineer spends their first year of training between Technical Offices in the United States and abroad completing design projects and learning the company’s methods and processes.

Following the satisfactory completion of the training, he or she will join the design team of one of the technical offices inside the United States.

Recent participants in this program are Masters Degrees holders from Purdue University and University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.

Team Members Participating in the Program Will:

  • Participate in an innovative educational experience
  • Work directly for a mentor in a full-time design engineer position
  • Be part of a highway design team and will be assigned the task of managing and coordinating highway design projects
  • Receive salary paid in US dollars and benefits to match experience and market conditions
  • Receive living accommodations while living in abroad
  • Attend language classes


Employer will assist with relocation costs

• Master’s Degree in Highway Design and Project Management obtained from an accredited U.S. college or university, preferably one of the premier civil engineering programs in the U.S.
• A maximum of five years work experience
• An overall GPA > 3.00/4.00 or GPA > 3.25/4.00 in major
• Completed courses related to Highway Design and Project Management
• Courses and practical experience using highway design software, e.g. Geopak or Inroads.
• Practical Highway Design experience
• Demonstrated qualities of leadership and hard work
• Ability and interest to live internationally for periods of time to train
• Ability to work anywhere in the United States at the conclusion of the program