|Date Opened||6/15/2018 12:00:00 AM|
|Close Date||6/21/2018 11:59:00 PM|
|HR Analyst||Malena Carreon|
|Salary||$15.32 - $25.00/hour ~ In Accordance with Administrative Directives|
|Job Type||City-Wide - Current City Employees Only|
* * THIS POSITION IS ONLY OPEN TO CURRENT CITY OF TUCSON PERMANENT AND PROBATIONARY EMPLOYEES * *
To remain eligible, you must maintain your permanent or probationary Civil Service employment status through the actual date of transfer. If you are not a current permanent or probationary Civil Service employee at the date of transfer, you will not be eligible for this position. Non-permanent or appointed employees are not eligible.
The Eligibility List may be used by any City department with an approved vacancy to fill in the next 6 months. Selection will be made in accordance with CSR III, Section 2. The list of employees eligible for consideration will remain in effect for 6 months after their names are provided to the hiring authorities. Examination results and current status will be communicated by email.
Provides technical and engineering support through the review and implementation of traffic engineering projects and plans by supporting the following areas:
Capital and private improvement projects: Under direction of a traffic engineer, a Traffic Engineering Technician provides technical support through the review and implementation of projects and plans. A technician reviews signing and striping plans for compliance with standards for private and capital improvement projects. The technician conducts project field inspections, determining project conflicts, noting compliance with plans and standards, and identifying and resolving engineering discrepancies.
Investigation: Under direction of a traffic engineer, a Traffic Engineering Technician investigates, analyzes and resolves complaints that come from the general public, Ward offices, other agencies, and other City departments. The investigation may involve reviewing maps, plans, photographs, records, service requests, and crash history. In addition, a technician conducts field reviews to determine conditions, measure distances, evaluate issues, and identify signing and striping treatments to address concerns. A technician prepares work orders for the Sign Shop and Paint Shop for installation of the identified treatments. A work order can involve preparation of maps, drawings, sketches and layouts to succinctly and clearly convey work being requested.
Traffic Studies: A Traffic Engineering Technician conducts field studies of traffic conditions, including conducting traffic counts, traffic observations, measuring distances, and measuring traffic speeds. A Traffic Engineering Technician will summarize study results in the appropriate format.
Reviews, assists with designs and contributes to projects and plans by conducting field reviews, determining project conflicts, noting plan compliance problems when discovered, preparing responses to inquiries regarding requirements, attending and helping to coordinate events and meetings, assisting with the review of private and capital improvement development projects and identifying and resolving engineering discrepancies.
Investigates, analyzes and resolves complaints, discrepancies and problems, determines and evaluates field visibility hazards, rectifies problems, conducts studies, enforces codes and standards, writes notifications, issues citations and works with other departments.
Prepares service requests and maps, creates drawings, charts and layouts, maintains accident engineering records, produces diagrams from reports, analyzes data, writes memos and correspondence, researches official documents, meets with City officials and citizens and reviews reports.
Reviews and responds to service requests by reviewing location histories, records, maps, photographs and blueprints, performing field reviews of locations, determining and initiating corrective actions, entering information into the database, responding to requests, updating records and creating instruction diagrams.
Surveys locations, conducts, analyzes and recommends engineering studies, coordinates with other agencies, testifies in depositions and court, conducts random inspections, maintains records and coordinates safety improvements, prepares and receives technical drawings and develops educational materials and presentations.
Minimum Education Level & Type: Associate's Degree
Minimum Experience Qualifications: Under 1 year of traffic engineering support and computer assisted design
Valid and Unrestricted Class D - Driver's License
An equivalent combination of education, training and experience which provides the required knowledge, skills and abilities to perform the essential functions of this position may be considered.
Applicants who meet the minimum qualifications will be evaluated on the education and work experience in their employment profile and the responses to their supplemental questions. The highest scoring applicants will then be invited to participate in an Oral Board interview.
Upon completion of all examination processes, the highest scoring applicants will be placed on an Eligibility List. An applicant's ranking on the list will be based on their final score which will be calculated as:
If you are in need of Americans with Disabilities Act-related accommodation during the testing process, please call Malena Carreon at 520.837.4071 at least 48 hours prior to the evaluation.
The list may be used by any City department with an approved vacancy to fill in the next 6 months. Selection will be made in accordance with CSR III, Section 2. The list of employees eligible for consideration will remain in effect for 6 months after their names are provided to the hiring authorities. Examination results and current status will be communicated by email.
This position requires a satisfactory Criminal Background Check and Motor Vehicle History Report. Reference checks may also be conducted prior to an offer of employment. Employment offers are contingent upon successfully passing any of the above requirements.
The following information pertains to driving requirements for this classification with the City of Tucson. Under "Driving Level" None, Secondary or Primary, refers to the driving responsibility as it relates to the essential functions of the classification. License Type, is just that, the type of Arizona Driving License required for the classification. If the position requires a Commercial Drivers License (CDL), the endorsements will be listed under "Endorsements." Under Safety Sensitive a "Yes" means employees with this classification are subject to pre-employment and random drug testing. License Type A,B,C,D,or M may require the use of personal or City vehicles on City business. Individuals must be physically capable of operating the vehicles safely, possess a valid license and have an acceptable driving record. Use of a personal vehicle for City business will be prohibited if the employee is not authorized to drive a City vehicle or if the employee does not have personal insurance coverage. Exceptions to classification driving requirement's may exist based on position.
Driving Level: Primary License
Type: Valid and Unrestricted D - Driver
CDL Endorsements: None
Safety Sensitive: No
50 lb Lift Test
This description is not intended to limit or in any way modify the right of management to assign, direct and control the work of employees under supervision. The listing of duties and responsibilities shall not be held to exclude other duties not mentioned that are of similar kind or level of difficulty. They are intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed by individuals assigned to this position.