Transportation Services Department, Traffic Services, Traffic, Safety & Mobility Branch 1 Full-time Temporary Position - 35 hours/week (Until June 30, 2023) Salary: $82,815.46 to $100,775.22 annually (2019 rates of pay)
Responsible for providing engineering expertise and project management to the development, design and implementation of intersection modifications related to new traffic control signals and roundabouts. Responsible for the design, review, approval and implementation of geometric modifications related to road safety, and for the design, review and approval of traffic management plans associated with road construction projects.
Delivers/monitors traffic management studies, oversees operational analysis for network modification and traffic control signal warrant assessment, conducts delay analysis/queuing studies and safety investigations, and delivers technical and financial scoping for project implementation.
Education & Experience
Four (4) year university degree in Civil Engineering.
A minimum of five (5) years of related experience in a transportation engineering environment.
Licensed Professional Engineer (P.Eng.) with Professional Engineers Ontario (PEO)
Ministry of Transportation's (MTO) Ontario Traffic Manual and Roadside Safety Manual
Ontario Highway Traffic Act
Road design, TAC and MTO design manuals
TAC Road Safety Audit procedure
Manual of Uniform Traffic Control Devices (Canada and United States)
City's Transportation Impact Assessment Guidelines and Development Approvals process
Road safety engineering and human factors concepts
Project management principles and techniques
Engineering planning, geometric design, traffic operations, traffic control signals, and construction/rehabilitation of roadway systems
City's Official Plan and Transportation Master Plan
Corporate, departmental and branch policies and procedures
Knowledge of applicable health and safety legislation, including the rights and duties of workers.
Competencies & Skills
Work independently, with minimal direction, and collaboratively with all staff
Possess organizational skills and flexibility to plan, initiate, organize and prioritize own work, to manage multiple concurrent, and complex projects, and to bring projects to completion on time and within budget
Able to deal effectively with multiple demands, conflicting priorities, pressures and deadlines
Able to provide a client-centered approach to service delivery
Able to analyze problems involving resources, scheduling, technical and other difficulties
Able to work with multi-disciplinary teams to develop realistic and innovative solutions and to bring conflicting points of view to consensus
Able to conduct quantitative and qualitative analysis
Able to develop reports of a technical nature
Able to utilize relevant Windows based Office Suite, project management, GIS (ArcView/MapInfo), road design (Microstation, AutoCAD, Autoturn) and data management applications
Able to lead project teams, coordinate work scheduling/completion, and ensure work quality
Possess effective interpersonal and oral/written communication skills
Possess strong documentation, report writing and presentation skills
Internal Number: 2021-EX-EN-53251311-01
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