|TRANSPORTATION ENG DIV MGR|
|Performs administrative and management work directing and coordinating transportation engineering activities within the Transportation Department. Work involves the supervision of all activities related to transportation engineering. Responsibilities include traffic operations; intelligent transportation systems; traffic safety; neighborhood traffic management; construction zone and special event management and permitting; roadway and infrastructure planning, design, and construction management;coordination of transit planning, design, implementation and operations; reviews of transportation system impacts and mitigation plans; coordination with numerous local, state and federal agencies; representation on behalf of the City on various technical committees such as the Metroplan Orlando Transportation Technical Committee;development and management of the City's Capital Improvements Program for transportation; streetlighting; and environmental impact assessments . Considerable independent judgment is exercised in devising and installing planning methods. Work is performed under the Director of Transportation and performance is reviewed through conferences and written reports for the attainment of desired management objectives and conformity with established policies and procedures.|
|Coordinates the City's intergovernmental relations and outreach efforts related to transportation issues, policies, and priorities.
Supervises the design and development of traffic circulation and highway system plans; coordinates the evaluation of transportation systems; develops recommendations for transportation improvements.
Directs Transportation Division in the Transportation Department.
Directs the analysis of the traffic impact of new land developments and roadway circulation changes, and performs other special studies as directed.
Conducts studies of mass transit facilities; formulates recommendations for policy and improvements; coordinates directly with MetroPlan Orlando.
Competes for revenue from state and federal government agencies for use in transportation and mass transit improvements.
Annually prepares 5-year capital budget for the transportation improvements; appoints subordinate employees.
Oversees development and maintenance of the City's transportation impact fee system and seeks new revenue sources.
Performs related work as required.
|Thorough knowledge of the principles and practices of urban planning including transportation planning and modeling.
Thorough knowledge of management practices and administrative processes.
Thorough knowledge of the principles and practices of public administration.
Considerable knowledge of basic budgetary principles and procedures.
Ability to analyze and resolve administrative problems.
Ability to plan, organize and coordinate work in situations where numerous diverse demands are involved.
Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with other employees, the general public and government officials at all levels.
Ability to understand and carry out complex oral and written instructions.
Ability to adjust to changes in policies and procedures.
|Bachelor's Degree in Planning, Transportation Engineering or related field and four (4) or more years of progressively responsible experience in transportation analysis/planning activities which includes two (2) years in a supervisory capacity; or an equivalent combination of related education, training and experience. AICP certification is required.
REVISED: 7/29/92 SV