|TRAFFIC CONTROL SPECIALIST|
|SEIU White Collar Non-Exempt|
|Responsible for coordinating, scheduling, monitoring and approval of special events and construction project's street or lane closure to avoid scheduling conflicts. Responsible for coordinating and directing traffic control issues relating to special events, Banner Installment Program, News Media Notification Program, Computerized Special Events and Construction Activities Schedule. Work is performed under the supervision of the Traffic Control Manager and is review through observation, results obtained, and discussions.|
|Reviews "Permit and Authorization" requests for Special Events. Coordinates, plans and directs Traffic Control Plan issues with the event promoter, Orlando Police Department, Parking Bureau, other city Bureaus and outside agencies.
Maintains Computerized Special Events and Construction activities schedule which impacts Lane Closure, Right-of-Way and other special events.
Notifies news media, emergency services, transit services and business owners of special events, construction projects and other traffic operations issues that require the closure of streets, lanes and sidewalks.
Receives and authorizes banner installment requests after all conditions of the ordinance have been met. Provides instruction and guidelines to the applicants and to the installment crews assigned to install the banner.
Prepares and directs work orders including temporary removal of on-street parking for special events or construction activities.
Coordinates and directs emergency/incident situations with support staff by 2-way radio or telephone.
Provides assistance to the program supervisor in the development of the program's budget; maintain files, prepares correspondence and provides technical support for the program's goals and objectives.
Conducts field investigations and inspections and site meeting prior to, during, and after construction to ensure compliance with established design specifications and contract requirements.
Performs other duties as assigned to accomplish Bureau goals and objectives.
|Knowledge of the principles, techniques, and methods of transportation engineering.
Knowledge of the Manual on Uniform Traffic Control Devices, and the City and FDOT Roadway and Traffic Design Standards Manual.
Knowledge of municipal rules, regulations and ordinances relating to traffic flow and control.
Knowledge of the manufacture, maintenance, and installation of traffic signs, pavement markings, and signals and their application and usage.
Skilled in word processing and spreadsheet software.
Ability to communicate effectively, both orally and in writing.
Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships.
Ability to sit for extended periods while working on the computer.
|Associate's Degree in Transportation Engineering disciplines: traffic sign, pavement markings, traffic signals, traffic control plan design and traffic studies and two (2) to three (3) years experience; or an equivalent combination of education, training, and experience. Certification as an ATSSA "Certified Work Site Technician" or "Certified Work Site Supervisor" is desired upon employment but will be required within one year of employment. A valid Florida driver's license is required.
5/26/96 - NOTE
10/1/96 - AL
5/31/02 - VCJ - Change education from HS to Assoc. and exp. From 5 yrs to 2-3 yrs. From 2000 Pay Plan Study.