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18 days ago

Travel Demand Modeler – Oakland or Los

Cambridge Systematics Los Angeles, CA

We are seeking a mid-level Travel Demand Modeler to work in our Oakland or Los Angeles offices. This is an excellent opportunity to work with a… Glassdoor

30+ days ago

Freight Analyst Mid-Level Oakland or Los

Cambridge Systematics Los Angeles, CA

We are seeking a freight transportation consulting professional with proven project management and business development skills to help drive the… Glassdoor

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Cambridge Systematics President & CEO Brad Wright
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    Top botique transportation consulting firm with minimal growth prospects

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    Former Employee - Senior Associate

    I worked at Cambridge Systematics full-time for more than 5 years


    Cambridge Systematics has played an historical leadership role within public sector transportation consulting, particularly around demand modeling. Because of this, they continue to attract top tier talent, particularly in the form of freshly minted Ph.D.'s from major civil engineering programs nationwide. Thus, they do a lot of the high end, interesting work.


    Despite these plusses, their partnership model and conservative business culture has caused them to miss major technology trends and business opportunities over the past two decades. Because of this, career opportunities for new associates are limited to a select few. Additionally, mentoring and staff development is an afterthought.

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    Hard to know what to do differently, given the current partnership culture. Cambridge remains relevant now, but may struggle to do so over the long haul without a major cultural change toward more aggressive growth.

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