HELP WANTED: The Gordie Howe International Bridge project has three exciting opportunities for traffic control professionals to join this iconic project. Bridging North America is a joint venture comprised of three partner companies – Dragados, Fluor and Aecon, who together are building this once in a generation bridge spanning North America from Windsor, Ontario to Detroit, Michigan. These positions will be hired directly to a partner company and are located in Detroit.
Traffic Control Engineer
The Traffic Control Engineer has the responsibility to perform basic project engineering functions involving monitoring of progress, preparation of procedures, documentation of communications and meetings, and identification/evaluation of project issues and problems; Supports efforts of technical disciplines to ensure integrated and complete designs that meet project requirements; Support design efforts with vendors and licensors to ensure proper and complete integration; Participate in work sharing in accordance with distributed execution plan among multiple offices.Qualifications: 4 year degree or equivalent, strong verbal and written communication skills, job related technical knowledge, previous experience in similar position and ATSSA Certified strongly preferred.
Traffic Quality Coordinator
The Traffic Quality Coordinator is responsible for the coordination of traffic during road construction works, which involves planning, design, monitoring and implementation of the maintenance of efficient traffic flow and road safety environment for all users and workers. Works closely with traffic engineers in planning and preparation of traffic plans; provide technical guidance in the areas of traffic management during construction; ensure compliance to all government regulations pertaining to traffic and road construction. Qualifications: ATSSA Certified (or ability to become certified); minimum 10 years related experience; knowledge of construction, staging and phasing; strong verbal and written communication skills; Bachelor’s degree in civil engineering strongly preferred.
Traffic Control Superintendent
The Traffic Quality Superintendent is responsible for the coordination of craft MOT crews during road construction works, which involves planning, design, monitoring and implementation of the maintenance of efficient traffic flow and road safety environment for all users and workers.Works closely with traffic engineers, quality and MDOT in planning and preparation of traffic plans; provide technical guidance in the areas of traffic management during construction; ensure compliance to all government regulations pertaining to traffic and road construction. Qualifications: ATSSA Certified (or ability to become certified); minimum 10 years related experience; knowledge of construction, staging and phasing; strong verbal and written communication skills; Bachelor’s degree in civil engineering strongly preferred, MDOT experience strongly preferred.
Help Wanted: Traffic Control Technician
Serving in a non-technical role as an assistant to trained and skilled Traffic Control Technicians, Level I thru Level III.Assists with day to day maintenance activities while gaining on the job experience related to the technical aspects of traffic signals, street lighting and other related devices.This position performs entry level maintenance work for traffic signals and roadway lighting.Work involves routine inspections, cleaning and preventative maintenance to traffic signals and roadway lighting at various locations throughout the County.Work also involves operating various hand tools, power tools, and machinery.Assists with job-related emergencies outside regular work hours, including nighttime, weekend and holidays.
High school graduate/equivalent. Associate degree in related field desired.Valid Florida Commercial Driver’s License (CDL) permit required by hire date. Must obtain Class B within 120 days of hire (training provided).Must obtain Level I, IMSA and/or ATSSA Signal Certification(s) within one (1) year of hire.A competitive salary within the range of $14.25 to $26.25 an hour is provided for the position with a negotiable starting salary depending on experience and qualifications. The County also offers a comprehensive benefit package.AA/EEO/M/F/VET PREF/DFWP *** APPLY ON-LINE ONLY AT: www.mymanatee.org
. Benefits Package
Retirement, Tuition Reimbursement, Dental insurance, Medical insurance, Disability benefits, Prescription drug coverage, Life insurance, Vision-care plan, Paid sick time, Paid holidays, Paid vacations, Short Term Disability. Public Service Loan Forgiveness.
Help Wanted: Douglas County, Colorado – Engineer II - 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
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