Jacobs Traffic Services Superintendent, Johns Creek, GA in Johns Creek, Georgia

The Traffic Services Superintendent is responsible for oversight of the contractor who maintains the City's traffic control devices and for the operation and maintenance of all equipment in the TMC. The Superintendent maintains all data and reports generated through the TMC. Duties include identifying and solving problems that relate to signal operations throughout the City and performing inspection and limited maintenance on signal equipment or duties. Other duties could include the oversight of the installation and placement of all City traffic signs, pavement markings and any maintenance of or improvements to assets that would affect the control of traffic through the City. The following duties are representative of the range of duties performed under this job classification. Individual employees may only perform a subset of the duties listed.

• Monitors traffic signal system and equipment, both from the TMC and in the field, and diagnoses problems and coordinates solutions to signal problems

• Coordinates with contractors, technical support and administrative support staff on completion of projects; ensures that all work requests and work orders are entered into the data management system in a timely manner and accurately reflect the work performed

• Evaluates performance, work quality, man hours, and materials used; performs monthly reviews of invoices and validates amounts charged for labor, materials, etc., ensuring that any discrepancies are corrected before recommending for payment

• Monitors work sites and ensures adherence to safe work practices and procedures; follows safety procedures, reports unsafe activities and conditions, utilizes safety equipment, and monitors work environment to ensure the safety of employees, contractor's employees and citizens

• Communicates with management, employees, other departments, other government agencies, contractors, etc., as needed to coordinate work activities, review status of work, exchange information, or resolve problems

• Coordinates acquisition of signal permits from Georgia Department of Transportation

• Participates in the preparation and administration of assigned program budget; submits budget recommendation; and monitors expenditures to ensure compliance with approved budget

• Responds to citizens requests, analyzes situations and recommends corrective action to management

• Provides training to others as assigned; instructs personnel on the proper operating techniques for traffic signal equipment and hazard avoidance and trains staff, as needed, to manage the operations of the Traffic Management Center

• Documents work performed on all devices in the TMC and the intelligent transportation system infrastructure

• Responds to emergency maintenance issues for traffic services on an on-call basis

• Provides designs for signs and markings, traffic signals and operations

• Performs crash data analysis and develops crash diagrams; develops and maintains top accident location list, recommends solutions, and monitors results

• Ensures that installation and placement of traffic signs, pavement markings, and related activities are conducted in compliance with applicable traffic control device regulations, standards, and specifications, including guidelines governing placement height, visibility, sign size, sign color, location on City rights-of-way and other criteria; initiates any actions necessary to correct deviations

• Oversees contractor who installs, repairs, and maintains traffic control signs to provide information, notices of warnings, such as street names, speed limits, stop signs, handicap notices, regulatory notices, river/creek names, bridges, bridge weight limits, City limits, road curves, E-911, construction work zones, warnings, and other signs.

• Oversees contractor who applies and maintains pavement markings on road surfaces, such as highway lanes, intersection markings, pedestrian walkways, directional arrows, and other markings such as raised pavement markers

• Works with staff to develop signal timing parameters for new installations; analyze traffic count data; evaluate existing signal timings; and update timings as necessary, taking into consideration all traffic signs and pavement markings.

• Coordinates response to community events and emergency management activities including the following: gas main breaks, water main breaks, road cave-ins, downed power lines, and road closures; calculates cost of time and resource expenditures involved in response to emergencies; and serves as a liaison to other department agencies, or utilities

• Serves on general committees and make presentations as needed; participates on review committees, policy committees, safety committees, or other committees; represents the division at community meetings

• Assists Transportation Planning Division staff in performing final inspection for projects requiring Certificate of Completion for City Community Development

• Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university and three (3) years of experience in the installation and maintenance of electrically driven traffic control devices; Or Highschool, or equivalent, and seven (7) years of experience in the installation and maintenance of electrically driven traffic control devices in lieu of degree

• Experience reading blueprints, surveys and equipment specifications

• Proficient in Microsoft Word, Excel, Outlook and Power Point

• Must possess and maintain a valid Driver's License

Job: *Skilled Labor - Operations and Maintenance

Title: Traffic Services Superintendent, Johns Creek, GA

Location: US GEORGIA-Johns Creek

Requisition ID: 18000409