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Job Opportunity -- Work Zone Traffic Control Field Inspector
The Montgomery County Maryland Government Department of Permitting Services, Land Development Right-of-Way Section is seeking an organized self-starter with knowledge of the FHWA MUTCD (2009 Edition) and of construction materials (aggregates, asphalt, concrete and soils). The nature of the work involves reviewing plans, inspection, and enforcement of land improvement activities. The position will be responsible for independently performing inspections of private improvement projects that impact the vehicular and pedestrian traffic within the public right-of-way. The position will also periodically be responsible for independently performing inspections of land development improvements of roadway infrastructure, storm drainage structures, driveway construction, streetscape, roadside tree, and utility work to ensure compliance with County regulations, standards, and permit requirements. The position requires knowledge of computer applications relevant to inspections, code enforcement, and the general office environment, including word processing, spreadsheets, visual aids, and data management. A majority of the work is performed in a field setting with exposure to the physical demands and hazards associated with construction including walking over rough, uneven, and occasionally slippery surfaces.
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Closing Date: 1/04/19
Post expires: 1/21/2019
Job Opportunity -- Barricading Support Technician
Colorado Springs Utilities is looking for an individual to join our team as a Barricading Support Technician. This position will perform barricading or flagging for construction sites to re-route vehicle and pedestrian traffic on utility projects, gathering equipment and parts for completing daily tasks and attending safety and training courses.
In this job, you will be responsible for:
• Driving vehicles and trucks
• Operating barricade equipment when properly trained
• Using various hand and power tools
• Communicating with co-workers, supervisor, the public
• Reading maps and traffic control plans
• Construction sites and traffic safety procedures
• Barricading principals
What does it take to be successful in this type of job? While most individuals have acquired six months to two years related construction experience. The ideal candidate would be able to work without direct supervision, have strong verbal communications skills and the ability to respond appropriately to unexpected events. Previous experience in working in traffic control/barricading and/or ATSSA certification is preferred. This job does require driving so a valid driver’s license without restrictions is required.
Post expires: 1/12/2019