The purpose of this position is to perform highly technical work in the installation, operation and maintenance of electrical, electronic and digital controlled traffic signal control devices and lighting systems.
Duties may include but are not limited to the following:
- Perform job duties adequately and properly; follow personnel and department policies and operating procedures; show respect, tact, and courtesy in dealings with coworkers and the general public; behave in a manner that does not obstruct or hinder other employees from completing their duties; act in a manner that is safe and follow the City’s safety procedures at all times.
- Troubleshoot, repair and maintain traffic signal control devices, ITS/Communication systems and auxiliary equipment including analog, digital, wireless, electronic, and microprocessors.
- Repair or replace damaged signal equipment such as signal poles, signal and pedestrian heads, and push buttons.
- Perform a variety of preventive maintenance duties including changing signal bulbs, cleaning reflectors and refractors, painting poles, and cleaning signal control cabinets.
- Install, maintain and repair pre-timed, semi-automatic, fully automatic, electro-mechanical, electronic and digital controllers, auxiliary equipment, and similar devices.
Salary: ITS Signal Technician I: $23.852 – $32.20 per hour, ITS Signal Technician II: $25.055 – $33.825 per hour
Job Type: Full Time Regular
Department: Engineering & Transportation / Transportation
Closing: This recruitment is open until the position is filled or a sufficient number of applications have been reviewed to establish a qualified candidate pool.
First review of applications will occur on February 11, 2021.
For full job description and more information, visit the City of Tempe Career website and search “ITS Signal Technician.”
On January 27, ITS America hosted a webinar with members of our Future of V2X Working Group to present the Working Group’s preliminary 30 MHz Application Map. ITS America was joined by Mark Knellinger from Cisco, Jim Misener from Qualcomm, and John Kenney from Toyota to discuss the Application Map, which attempts to identify which V2X message types and applications would likely be deployed in a limited 30 MHz spectrum environment and which would likely be lost in such a scenario. The Application Map shows the need for the full 75 MHz of spectrum in the 5.9 GHz band by identifying the applications that will likely be lost, and it provides a starting point for charting a path forward to safely deploy V2X technologies in limited spectrum should the FCC’s proposal to reallocate 45 MHz of spectrum in the 5.9 GHz band be finalized.
A recording of the webinar, a copy of the presentation, and ITS America’s 30 MHz Application Map are available on ITS America’s website here.
The Arizona Council on Transportation Innovation (ACTI) invites other transportation practitioners to join them for their Virtual Innovation Exchange Series. Beginning next week, February 2nd, ACTI will host a series of webinars covering a variety of innovation topics, including Virtual Public Involvement, Value Capture, Automated Traffic Signal Performance Measures, Diverging Diamond Interchanges, Unmanned Aerial Systems, and more.
Discover more information and register here.
Do you hate being stuck in traffic? Be a part of the team that streamlines the flow of traffic!
The Arterial Mobility Analyst works with a state-of-the-art Traffic Management Center (TMC) to improve traffic flow. In this role, high importance is placed on promoting arterial mobility through advanced traffic management systems, including traffic signals, traffic incident management (TIM) processes, and traveler information sharing.
Salary: $19.50 – $35.00 Hourly
Job Number: #640AMA01142021
Closing 1/21/2021 11:59 PM Arizona
If you are interested or know someone that might be, click here to apply