City Traffic Engineer

City of Stockton

Salary: $8,978.88 - $11,518.95 Monthly

Includes Competitive Benefits Package

The City of Stockton's Public Works Department is currently recruiting for City Traffic Engineer. The ideal candidate is an energetic leader that can effectively guide professional staff in completing a variety of traffic engineering projects and/or issues in a collaborative, fast-paced environment. Skills or experience with traffic signals, roundabouts, safety countermeasures, traffic calming, complete street strategies, bicycle facilities implementation, highway capacity manual, and the vehicle code are highly desirable.  In addition, the candidate will serve as a key technical traffic engineering liaison with other departments on traffic-related issues. The ideal candidate will have good listening and communication skills and be able to engage with staff, outside departments or agencies, citizenry, and the media in a skillful and professional manner. The ideal candidate should have the ability to prioritize the City’s needs with respect to traffic operations and safety while being open to creative solutions and considering overall department and City goals and objectives.
Minimum Qualifications:

Equivalent to graduation from a four-year college or university with major course work in civil or traffic engineering and/or possession of a California E.I.T. Certificate with five (5) years of professional traffic engineering experience, one (1) year of which is at a level equivalent to the City’s Associate Civil/Traffic Engineer class. 

Other Requirements:
· Must possess a valid California registration as a Professional Traffic or Civil Engineer.
· Must possess a valid California driver’s license.

APPLY BY: 5:30 p.m., Thursday, December 7, 2017. For requirements and detailed information go to: or visit the City of Stockton’s HR Dept., located at 400 E. Main St, 3rd Floor, Stockton, CA 95202. 209-937-8233. EO

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