The fundamental reason this classification
exists is to manage the Electrical Traffic Control and Street Lighting Division
of the Traffic Engineering Department.Work
involves designing, planning, implementing, and overseeing projects within the
division.The work performed in this
classification is distinguished from the Traffic Control Supervisor by the
supervisory responsibility as well as the higher level of required design
knowledge and responsibility.Primary
work responsibilities may include:managing the operations of the Electrical Traffic
Control and Street Lighting Division; supervising two or more full-time subordinate
supervisors and/or employees; managing the
installation, repair, and maintenance of electrical and electronic traffic
control devices, street lighting, and communication systems; designing
plans for new & existing intersections; evaluating estimated and
real costs of all jobs; and performing
essential administrative duties. Work
is performed under general supervision of the Director of Traffic Engineering.
Associates degree in electrical systems,
electrical engineering, or closely related area and five years of experience in
electrical traffic control and/or street lighting systems.Two of the five years of experience must be
at the senior technician level and include supervising subordinate employees.Possession of IMSA Level II certificate and/or
Master Electrician’s certificate are preferred.
Note: Qualifying education training and experience that provide the requisite knowledge, skills and abilities to perform the job will be considered.
Must have and maintain a valid driver’s license and
insurable driving record. Must have (or
obtain within the six-month probationary period) a Commercial Driver’s License
Class B (Airbrakes). Must be available to respond to emergency situations after
hours when the need arises.
WORK CONDITIONS: Work
requires some overtime, night, weekends, and holidays as well as afterhours