|SEIU Professional Non-Exempt|
|Performs complex analytical, graphical, and artistic work for the Parking Bureau. An employees assigned to this classification conducts occupancy, turnover, and interview studies; responds to citizen complaints; produces work orders for installation and removal of signs and markings in all on/off street parking facilities; utilizes computer graphics to create forms, illustrations, and reports; designs and produces prmits, decals, flyers, signs, forms, etc. and art work for presentations; designs and/or reviews scale drawings submitted to the Bureau; and special projects utilizing photography, computer graphics, and artistic skills. Work is performed under general supervision of the Parking Services Superintendent and performance is reviewed while in progress and upon completion through direct observation, reports submitted, and evaluation of results obtained.|
|Gathers and analyzes data by physically counting cars, recording car tag numbers, or asking pertinent questions of pedestrians; prepares reports with recommendations for planning parking strategies and usage of parking areas which include both on-street locations and off-street facilities.
Investigates and analyzes parking problems and issues work orders for signs and markings installation, removal, or relocation as a result of complaints, request, or parking plan strategy.
Utilizes computer graphics to develop forms, presentations, flyers, permits, decals, signs, and other information; designs, modifies and/or creates scaled drawings of existing parking areas, designs new parking sites, creates visual information maps (traffic routes to/from parking areas), and completes special projects.
Maintains inventory log of all parking spaces within parking overlay district and on-street meters outside area; uses computer to maintain records on meter inventory, survey data, and job activity requests; maintains files, blueprints, sepia and black line drawings.
Operates computer terminal to input and retrieve data such as traffic/parking volume, number of accidents, number of injuries, intersection geometries, speed limits, and other related information.
Provides technical assistance; responds to questions/complaints from the public; coordinates with other City bureaus and outside agencies as needed to implement recommended changes.
Performs other related work as required.
|Knowledge of Manual on Uniform Traffic Control Devices (MUTCD), IES Lighting Handbook, Manual of Traffic Engineering Studies, FDOT traffic and design standards.
Knowledge of terminology and application of traffic signal equipment, phasing and timing.
Knowledge of computer graphics and microcomputer applications such as transportation engineering analysis, graphic design, data base management, spreadsheet analysis, and work processing.
Knowledge of mathematics, including algebra and statistics.
Knowledge of basic programming principles and techniques.
Knowledge of state and federal guidelines that govern traffic studies and related improvements.
Knowledge of data collection methods and techniques.
Skill in basic drafting techniques and the use of drafting equipment such as scales, templets, highway curves and drafting machines.
Skill in performing calculations for signal phasing and timing.
Ability to collect and analyze technical data and make valid conclusions and recommendations.
Ability to interpret engineering drawings, plat sheets and aerial photographs.
Ability to establish and maintain effective work relationships.
Ability to prepare clear concise written reports and graphic presentations.
Ability to communicate effectively both orally and in writing.
Ability to perform duties under sometimes adverse conditions while collecting traffic data such as inclement weather, traffic fumes and noise, and to climb, bend, stoop, and reach overhead to obtain measurements.
|Associates Degree in Engineering with course work in data processing, algebra, statistics, drafting and business communications. Three (3) years experience in traffic and transportation engineering with responsibility for collecting and analyzing technical data, at least one (1) of which must include drafting; or an equivalent combination of education, training, and experience.
LICENSES AND CERTIFICATES:
Must possess and maintain valid Florida Driver's License.