Transportation Statistician

High Performance Technologies, Inc. (HPTech) is an infrastructure-centered firm focusing on practice, research, policy, and technology transfer.  HPTech was established in 2003 with the primary purpose of serving the U.S. federal government at their facilities and project sites.  Our uniqueness lies in our ability to integrate physical sciences, social sciences, engineering, planning, and policy when developing and delivering infrastructure solutions.

​HPTech is currently pursuing a major federal contract and we are identifying candidates who would be interested in working with us should we be awarded the contract.  At this stage, we are looking for a Transportation Statistician who will be responsible for statistical analysis of transportation safety data, including vehicle accidents, highway inventory, and traffic data.  The candidate shall have the ability to independently apply theoretical concepts in statistics and data mining to solve real-world business problems. This includes data discovery, gathering and exploration; process definition; research into current industry trends; and internal benchmarking.



  • Master’s degree in mathematics/statistics.

  • At least 3 years of demonstrated experience in statistical analysis related to transportation safety research.

  • Demonstrated experience with using Empirical-Bayes analysis in highway safety evaluations.

  • Demonstrated expertise in generalized linear models such as Poisson and negative binomial models.

  • Experience with various statistical analysis software.

  • Excellent verbal, presentation, and writing skills.

  • Excellent team and collaborative skills.


​This anticipated position, which is contingent upon the contract award to HPTech, would be based in McLean, Virginia.

Candidates must be legally authorized to work in the United States.

For timely consideration, submit your resumes by August 20, 2021 at:

HPTech is an Equal Opportunity Employer

All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability or veteran status.