• Full Time
  • Niagara Region
  • Applications have closed

Collects and analyses traffic data related to capacity, safety and road use management. Recommends changes and prepares reports for various committees dealing with the installation and modifications to traffic signals, signs and pavement markings. Develops signal timing plans for the Region’s Advanced Traffic Management System to optimize traffic safety and efficiency. Maintains databases for traffic collisions and traffic signal information. Investigates complaints and inquiries received from the public and other agencies pertaining to traffic conditions making recommendations on potential improvements

• Completion of a 3-year community college program, in Transportation Engineering

• Minimum 3 years of experience in a municipal and/or government traffic engineering organization or other similar environment.
• Appropriate cooperative work experience may be considered.
• Must be eligible for certification with the Ontario Association of Certified Engineering Technician and Technologists (OACETT).
• Must be certified or eligible for certification with International Municipal Signal Association (IMSA) for Traffic Signals Level I and Level II.
• Understanding of the Ontario Traffic Manuals (Signs, Traffic Signals, Markings, Temporary Conditions, Pedestrian Crossing Facilities and Cycling Facilities.)

• Must possess working knowledge of computer system skills (AutoCAD, Arc View) and database management.
• Additional training in geometric highway design and traffic engineering principles and practices is an asset.
• Proficiency with Synchro/Sim Traffic Software for developing timing plans for traffic signal networks.
• Familiarity with Centracs Advance Transportation Management System

• Scheduling & Planning – Focus: Results Oriented
• Relating & Ethics – Focus: Relationships
• Delivering Effective Service – Focus: Quality Service Focus
• Proficiency & Acumen – Focus: Technical/Professional Proficiency
• Decision Making & Accountability – Focus: Facilitative
• Learning – Focus: Development & Self Awareness
• Managing Finances – Focus:  Assess Risk .

• Must possess and maintain a valid and unrestricted class “G” license for the class of the vehicle operated

To view the full job description and requirements, visit our Careers page. Job Opening# 21432

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Let us know why you would be an excellent team member by submitting your online application by visiting our ‘Careers’ page at www.niagararegion.ca