|TRAFFIC TECHNICIAN SUPERVISOR|
|SEIU Supervisor Exempt|
|Performs technical and supervisory work with primary responsibility for collecting, reviewing, compiling and analyzing traffic accident reports and traffic movement data using computerized traffic analysis software packages to identify types of collisions and amounts of property damage; preparing collision diagrams; maintaining computerized records management system; and preparation of related reports. Work is performed under the supervision of the Traffic Studies Manager and is reviewed through daily discussions and reports submitted.|
|Coordinates, schedules, assigns and reviews the work of Traffic Technicians performing traffic counts, traffic and accident surveys, and preliminary analysis of data collected.
Compiles all accident data within the City limits and prepares technical reports and collision diagrams for the publication of the Annual Accident Summary Report.
Schedules and provides for the acquisition of preliminary data for all special traffic study projects including, but not limited to: vehicular speed/volume counts, intersection speed studies, multi-way stop and signalization warrant studies, origin and destination studies, lane use studies and vehicle classification studies.
Conducts computer analysis and database management of all Florida Traffic Accident Reports and vehicular/pedestrian traffic count data.
Identifies and performs preliminary analysis of the City's High Crash incident locations; recommends areas warranting immediate investigation.
Conducts field safety inspections of the Traffic Technicians to ensure proper compliance with safety regulations.
Provides technical data support for municipal, county and state agencies, private agencies and the general public.
Participates in the development and preparation of Quarterly Reports for the Data Collection Section.
Maintains daily work records, time/attendance reports and other records as required.
Performs other related duties as necessary to accomplish the Bureau's goals and objectives.
|Knowledge of Manual of Uniform Traffic Control Devices.
Knowledge of data collection methods and analysis techniques.
Knowledge of traffic signals, signs and markings and their proper application and usage.
Knowledge of work hazards and applicable safety precautions.
Knowledge of computer analysis software packages.
Knowledge of practices, methods, equipment, tools and materials used in electronic based traffic counting equipment maintenance and repair.
Knowledge of supervisory techniques.
Skill in preparing charts and diagrams.
Skill in the use and care of power gun and various traffic counting equipment.
Ability to coordinate activities and evaluate work product for completeness and accuracy.
Ability to lift and place electronic devices and equipment under adverse conditions such as heavy traffic, inclement weather, or wet roads.
Ability to collect and analyze data and prepare appropriate recommendations.
Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with employees, developers, other agencies, and the general public.
|Associate's Degree with course work in traffic engineering plus two (2) to three (3) years experience in traffic engineering, one of which must have been in a supervisory capacity; or an equivalent combination of education, training and experience. Knowledge of traffic analysis methods and traffic data collection, computers and a variety of traffic data collection devices required. A valid Florida drivers license is required.
Revised: 5/15/92 - AL
5/31/02 - VCJ