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Employment Opportunity with Stanley Consultants

ITS Project Manager / Sr. Traffic Engineer
Phoenix, AZ

Stanley Consultants is seeking an ITS (Intelligent Transportation Systems) Project Manager to continue the success of our ITS / FMS (Freeway Management Systems) and Traffic Engineering Practice Areas. This position requires expertise in ITS master planning, design, and implementation. The successful candidate will enjoy: developing close client and staff relationships; providing creative approaches to project development; maintaining stewardship responsibility during project execution; and have a personal dedication to serving client needs.

Full details are available here.


2014 ITS Arizona Annual Conference

Online registration closes TODAY, but registration and payment will be available at the conference registration desk. 

This year’s conference is filling up! We have a long list of conference sponsors and exhibitors; and, our program is jam packed with nationally, regionally and locally recognized leaders in the ITS industry.

We are excited to announce our Day One technical workshop on Connected Vehicles features nationally renowned speakers Mr. Gregory Winfree, the Assistant Secretary for Research and Technology of USDOT, Mr. Jim Wright of AASHTO, Mr. Greg Krueger of Leidos, and Mr. Tom Schaffnit of Vehicle Infrastructure Integration Consortium (VIIC). Come and see how Dedicated Short-Range Communication (DSRC) radio works. Dr. Larry Head of U of A will be hosting a hands-on demonstration.

Day Two will be filled with technical presentations on the latest advents in ITS from agency and industry leaders, and the research community around the country. Also, visit our vendors for the latest and greatest the ITS industry has to offer.


Check out the Conference Program and don’t forget that this year Day One begins at 11:30 am with lunch!  


Connected vehicles are coming…

…and your community can be part of the evolution of this exciting new technology. Consider becoming part of the U.S. Department of Transportation’s (USDOT’s) Connected Vehicle Pilot Deployment Program.

The USDOT has begun taking steps to enable wireless vehicle-to-vehicle communication technology for light vehicles. This technology would improve safety by allowing vehicles to “talk” to each other and ultimately avoid many crashes altogether and can be leveraged in innovative ways to improve traveler mobility and reduce environmental impacts.

The Connected Vehicle Pilot Deployment Program is helping to make connected vehicles a reality by testing this technology in several U.S. communities.  For more information, download the CV Pilot Flyer.


Employment Opportunity with MCDOT

invites applications for the position of: 
Senior Intelligent Transportation Systems (ITS) Specialist

An Equal Opportunity Employer

OPENING DATE: 08/12/14
CLOSING DATE: 08/26/14 11:59 PM
DEPARTMENT: Transportation
JOB TYPE: Classified/Full-Time
LOCATION: Phoenix, Arizona
SALARY: $30.24 – $38.27 Hourly


With minor supervision, designs the specification of Wide Area Network (WAN), Local Area Network (LAN), Fiber Optic and Wireless Information Technology (IT)infrastructure for ITS applications, performs technical deployment, integration, testing and maintenance of MCDOT and AZTech Intelligent Transportation Systems (ITS) components and Information Technology devices.

Full details are available here.


Employment Opportunity with the City of Mesa

invites applications for the position of: 
ITS (Intelligent Transportation Systems) Technician I
SALARY: $46,758.40 – $62,940.80 Annually

OPENING DATE: 08/01/14
CLOSING DATE: Continuous


This recruitment is being conducted to establish a list of most qualified applicants.  The most qualified applicant will possess experience in maintaining microprocessor-based instruments, TSI and TSII Type I and II controllers, basic knowledge of personal computer (PC) operations, and optical pre-empt devices, including telemetry equipment.

Under general supervision, an Intelligent Transportation Systems (ITS) Technician I performs skilled work in the installation, maintenance, operation, and repair of electrical and electronic traffic signal control devices, various communication devices, and the ITS components.  This position performs related duties, as required.
An ITS Technician I performs skilled electrical installations of various ITS components such as:  Closed Circuit Television (CCTV) cameras, vehicle detection systems, dynamic message signs, and traffic signal control devices.  Work includes troubleshooting malfunctions and responding to trouble calls.  The incumbent performs construction of traffic signals and inspects the work of contractors to verify their work meets City of Mesa and other standards.  This position performs scheduled periodic maintenance functions and maintains written logs of work performed.  The incumbent uses a personal computer (PC) for recordkeeping and diagnostic troubleshooting of signal operations.  The incumbent will be required to work irregular shifts, weekends, evenings, and holidays.  Work is subject to call-out during off-duty hours.  Guidance is received by the ITS Technician II and is supervised by the ITS Operations Foreman who reviews work through observation, conferences, reports, and results achieved.  This class is FLSA nonexempt.

Full details are available here.