As the Traffic Signals Project Engineer, you will report to the Senior Engineer and be responsible for the review, analysis, engineering and oversight of construction of the City's traffic signal system.
Utilizing strong problem-solving and communication skills, you will identify and resolve Traffic Signal operations issues, as well as manage Traffic Signal specifications, design and installation.
Some key responsibilities are :
Plan and oversee aspects of projects in order to meet project goals on time and within budget using accepted engineering principles, practices and design standards
Create scopes of work and operational specifications associated with individual projects
Develop, prepare and review engineering designs for traffic signals
Review traffic engineering studies relative to the traffic signal systems
Design traffic signal timings for coordinated and isolated signal networks to ensure the traffic signal system is operating safely and efficiently
Analyze and assist with troubleshooting traffic operational issues by conducting traffic engineering analysis of the transportation system
Determine methods to improve movement for all modes of transportation and complete assessments to improve safety at signalized intersections
Conduct field surveys and assessments to determine functional requirements for new signals and signal upgrades (e.g. traffic count)
Review and prepare comprehensive responses to inquiries received from the public, stakeholders, members of Council and the other City departments
Project budgeting and cost management (conceptual budgets, estimate review, change order, invoice review and project close out)
Assist with procurement and contract management
Other related duties as required
Bachelor's Degree in Civil Engineering from a recognized university preferably with coursework in transportation planning, traffic operations and transit and traffic engineering
Registered as a P.Eng with APEGA or with the Professional Engineering Association of another province / territory of Canada
Coursework / training in project management (PMP); or other leadership training and asset
Minimum 4 years progressively responsible experience in municipal or related project engineering
Strong project coordination skills including an understanding of project management methods and techniques
Excellent written and verbal communication skills
Experience or familiarity with transportation related software applications is an asset
Valid Alberta Class 5 driver's license or operator's licensing equivalent
Applicants will be required to arrange their own transportation and where appropriate will be reimbursed in accordance with City of Edmonton policy
Applicant may be required to obtain business use auto insurance
Hire is dependent upon a Police Information
Check satisfactory to the City of Edmonton
Applicants may be tested At the City of Edmonton - Parks & Roads Services, the long-term success of serving our citizens is implemented by the actions of exceptional leaders who exemplify our Cultural Commitments of being Safe, Helpful, Accountable, Integrated and Excellent.
As a leader in our branch, your role will be to inspire and cultivate our vision and cultural commitments while championing continuous improvement in your area of responsibility.
We are an equal opportunity employer. We welcome diversity and encourage applications from all qualified individuals. Up to 1 permanent, full-
time position Hours of Work : 36.9 hours per week, Monday - Friday Salary : $73,738 - $105,340 (Annually) Talent Acquisition Consultant : AY / NG