|TRAFFIC CONTROL MANAGER|
|Middle Management/Professional/NM AD|
|Performs responsible, professional, administrative, technical, and supervisory work with responsibility for traffic control plan design and approval, review, approval and coordination of Street or Lane Closure Authorization and Right-of-Way Utilization permits; coordinating special event activities relating to traffic control, and ensuring compliance with work zone traffic control plans. Responsible for conducting training programs for the work zone traffic safety to City employees, contractors and utility companies. Responsible for planning, scheduling and directing the Banner Installation Program. Work is performed under the supervision the Traffic Operations Engineer and the City Transportation Engineer. Work is reviewed through discussions, reports submitted, and section accomplishments.|
|Supervises staff and designs, reviews and approves traffic control plans for construction projects scheduled to occur in the right-of-way; reviews plans developed by consultants to ensure safety of motorists and pedestrians is maintained or, if consultants are not used, develops plans to include temporary signing, pavement markings, signal plans and parking requirements.
Reviews, approves, and coordinates Street or Lane Closure Authorization Requests and Right-of-Way Utilization permits pertaining to construction or maintenance activities that require sidewalk, street, or lane closures; serves as Bureau liaison during projects occurring in the right-of-way that disrupt parking, traffic/pedestrian movement, signs, pavement markings or signal operations.
Coordinates and supervises work of Traffic Safety Technicians engaged in the inspection of construction work zones and other permitted work within the City to ensure traffic safety standards are observed for vehicular and pedestrian traffic; supervision of Traffic Control Coordinator and Traffic Control Specialist and their duties; monitors and evaluates staff performance; maintains work records, time and attendance reports, and other records as required.
Plans and coordinates traffic control details for special events (i.e. concerts, parades, foot races); reviews outdoor public assembly/parade permits and coordinates traffic control issues with promoters and Orlando Police Department; prepares media releases to maintain public awareness; and serves as member of Special Events Coordination Committee.
Provides traffic control and right-of-way permitting procedures training for City employees, developers, contractors, and public/private utilities and barricade companies.
Participates in the development and administration of the Section's annual budget by recommending goals, objectives and performance standards, equipment and personnel needs; monitors budgeted expenditures; prepares monthly and quarterly reports of Section's accomplishments.
Attends various meetings with City Officials, Orlando Police Department, Tri-County Transit Authority, Florida Department of Transportation (DOT), news media and/or contractors to provide input regarding transportation management/traffic operations current and future issues.
Participates in the review and approval procedure for building plans and road construction plans, and in the development and implementation of computerized special events, construction activities schedule, and banner installation programs.
Performs other duties as assigned to accomplish Bureau goals and objectives.
|Knowledge of the principles, techniques, and methods of Civil Engineering Construction and Design.
Knowledge of the City street system is mandatory.
Knowledge of the principles, techniques and practices of Transportation Engineering to include geometric design considerations, traffic signals, signs and pavement markings design.
Ability to interpret and analyze construction plans and specifications and make recommendations relative to traffic control.
Ability to use a personal computer and utilize computer aided design drafting programs.
Ability to sit for extended periods; Ability to perform field investigations under adverse conditions such as construction sites and/or during inclement weather.
Ability to detect omissions or errors in construction drawings and specifications and make corrections accordingly.
Ability to plan, assign, supervise and review the work of field personnel.
Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with employees, consultants, City Officials, representatives of other agencies, and the general public.
Ability to communicate effectively, both orally and in writing; Prepare clear and concise technical reports on engineering work assignments.
|Bachelor's Degree in Transportation Engineering and two (2) to three (3) years experience in traffic operations, to include design of traffic control plans for construction work zones and special events; two (2) of which must have been in a supervisory capacity; or an equivalent combination of education, training, and experience. International Municipal Signal Association (IMSA) Signs and Markings/Signal Certification or American Traffic Safety Services Association (ATSSA) or Work Site Supervisor Certification desired. A valid Florida driver's license is required.
Revised: 4/30/96 - AL
5/26/96 - NOTE
10/01/96 - AL
11/10/98 - ATS
5/31/02 - VCJ