PHYSICAL AND MENTAL REQUIREMENTS
Lifting and Carrying: Must be able to lift and carry supplies and equipment weighing up to 10 pounds
Body Positions: Sits at a desk to complete work requiring keyboarding. Moves about City facilities as needed.
Operates variety of office equipment.
Hearing: Must be able to hear audible signals from equipment; respond to telephone inquiries from citizens, employees and others as well as communicate with staff.
Vision: Employee uses vision to enter data into computer, read handwriting, manuals and interpret reports etc.
Mathematics: Must have basic addition, subtraction, multiplication and division skills to complete monthly and annual reports. Must have the math skills necessary to understand algorithms in traffic computer signal coordination applications. Must have a thorough understanding of the fundamental formulas for calculating static and dynamic forces acting on signal support structures.
Remembering: Must remember to follow up with clients and staff requests.
Language Ability: Must be able to read and interpret policies, procedures, to write grammatically correct documents and to communicate professionally to staff, community members and others.
Reasoning: Must make timely decisions in referring calls to the appropriate staff, and proving standards of professionalism.
Work is generally performed in the office. Field work is required to investigate field conditions.
Contact with citizens, other municipal staff, contractors and vendors.
Professional recommendations are expected and must be explained or defended as required.
Attendance at meetings outside the office.
Night meetings are required for City Council.
Traffic Engineering Manuals and Standards
Servers, Workstations, Personal, tablet, smartphone and laptop computers
Fiber Optic Test and Analysis Equipment
Network Layer 2 and Layer 3 Switches
Adaptive Security Equipment