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The Senior Engineer position, functioning as City Traffic Engineer, is responsible for the management of the Traffic Division of the Development Services Department. Responsibilities include implementing the City's Comprehensive Bicycle Master Plan and mobility projects, conducting and reviewing local and regional traffic and multi-modal transportation studies, reviewing development projects and proposals, and providing technical support to the traffic operations staff. Additional responsibilities include participation and attendance at the Traffic and Public Safety Commission, Planning Commission, and City Council meetings.
|EXAMPLES OF IMPORTANT & ESSENTIAL DUTIES (INCLUDED BUT NOT LIMITED TO):|
The ideal candidate must have knowledge of: managerial principles and practices; customer service principles; applicable Federal, State, and Local laws, ordinances, codes, rules, and regulations; principles and practices of construction management; traffic management principles and practices; project management principles and practices; report writing techniques; civil engineering principles; advanced mathematical concepts; accepted standards of construction materials, methods, and craftsmanship; contract management and administration principles and practices; budgeting principles; occupational hazards and safety standards.
The idea candidate must have skill in: monitoring and evaluating employees and contractors; prioritizing and assigning work; using computers and related software applications; providing customer service; managing multiple priorities simultaneously; preparing cost estimates; analyzing problems, identifying alternative solutions, projecting consequences of proposed actions, and implementing recommendations in support of goals; negotiating and gaining cooperation through discussion and persuasion; performing complex mathematical calculations; preparing and/or reviewing a variety of technical reports, documents, and other related correspondence; interpreting maps, drawings, legal descriptions, and plats; reading and reviewing engineering drawings and technical reports; applying Federal, regional, state, and local regulations; issuing professional opinions; developing Requests for Proposals and Requests for Qualifications; performing engineering calculations; interpersonal skills as applied to interaction and effective communication with coworkers, supervisor, the general public, etc. sufficient to exchange or convey information and to receive work direction.
Education and Experience:
Bachelor's Degree in Engineering, plus five years of experience as a Professional Engineer in Traffic Engineering, and two years of supervisory experience. Traffic Engineer Registration is required and registration as a Civil Engineer in the State of California is highly desirable.
Traffic Engineer Registration
|APPLICATION PROCESS AND DEADLINE:|
A completed City application, resume and cover letter and a copy of the
required certification are required and must be received by
Friday, February 9 , 2018
Incomplete application packets are not accepted
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