Douglas County, Colorado – Signal Technician
The Traffic Signal Operations Division of the Douglas County Department of Public Works Engineering has an exciting opportunity for a self-motivated Sr. Signal Technician to join our Traffic Team. This is complex lead-level work that involves a combination of advanced technical training and skills in the maintenance and operation of traffic signals and ITS devices. The Sr. Signal Technician may lead the daily activities of a crew or construction contractors under the general direction of the Traffic Signal Supervisor. This position is in the Traffic Signal Systems division, which is under the Public Works Department. Opportunities exist to work alongside others, furthering the rewarding experience of working at Douglas County.
Full Job Description can be found on the Douglas County Website. Apply HERE.
Douglas County, Colorado – Engineer II or III (Traffic)
The Traffic Signal Operations Division of the Douglas County Department of Public Works Engineering has an exciting opportunity for a self-motivated Engineer II or III (Traffic) to join our Traffic Team. This is complex technical engineering work in the Public Works Engineering Department. Projects may include development review, capital improvement, and traffic. Opportunities exist to work alongside others, furthering the rewarding experience of working at Douglas County.
Full Job Description can be found on the Douglas County Website. Apply HERE
The City of Visalia is recruiting for Traffic Signal Technician.
The City of Visalia's Public Works Department serves the Public and other City Departments by providing Solid Waste and Recycling Services, Streets Maintenance, Traffic Maintenance, Fleet Management, Water Collection and Treatment, Engineering Services, as well as Conservation efforts. With over 150 employees, the Public Works Department is one of the largest departments within the City. Each Division is responsible for the development and implementation of services provided to or for the Public. The Division’s staff is committed to customer service, safety, and providing high-quality services to other City Departments and the Public.
This is a journey class position that requires prior electrical maintenance experience. A Traffic Signal Technician working in this class is distinguished by the greater complexity of the assignments received, works under general supervision, and within a framework of established procedures in which one is expected to perform the full range of electrical duties.
The ideal candidate should have knowledge of the operation and maintenance of traffic signal systems, street lighting facilities, the ability to read and interpret electrical diagrams and schematics, as well as the ability to trouble shoot and repair various electrical systems throughout the City of Visalia.
EXPERIENCE AND EDUCATION:
Any combination equivalent to experience and education that could likely provide the required knowledge, skill and ability is qualifying. A typical way to obtain the knowledge, skill and abilities would be:
• One (1) year journey-level experience in electrical work.
• Specialized training in installation, maintenance, and repair of traffic signal control devices.
• Possession of or ability to obtain a valid California Driver's License, by time of appointment.
Application and supplemental materials will be evaluated and applicants who appear to be most qualified will be invited to participate in a job-related interview and/or examination process. Successful candidates may be required to pass a background, physical examination, and/or drug screen.
COMPENSATION AND BENEFITS
The City of Visalia offers a competitive total compensation package that includes:
Monthly salary: $4,492 - $5,395
CalPERS retirement program
Health, Dental and Vision Insurance
Onsite City Health and Wellness Clinic (no out of pocket expenses)
Paid Holidays, Vacation, Sick Leave and much more...
APPLY ONLINE: https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/visalia
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