ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGIST TECHNICIAN 1
- Assists in the design, construction and maintenance of electrical traffic control and management systems and related devices
- Performs and/or directs administrative activities as required (e.g. updating computerized and manual contracts, maintaining and updating files, inventories, repairs histories related to assignments; drafting contracts and specifications, calculating engineering estimates, ordering supplies and equipment; assisting in budget preparation and in tracking annual expenditures)
- Plans and coordinates the installation of electrical traffic control and management device equipment
- Checks and monitors consultant/contractor work, job site construction, maintenance of electrical traffic control and management devices for completeness, accuracy and conformance to City of Toronto standards and specifications
- Assists in setting technical standards and specifications for electrical traffic control and management device systems
- Investigates, operates, analyzes and reports on electrical traffic control and management devices systems
- Attends pre-construction and job site meetings to discuss progress, resolve problems (e.g. completion dates, finalization, non-compliance)
- Maintains up-to-date records for as-built drawings as project progresses
- Assists with preparation of engineering designs and construction contracts
- Enters, edits, updates and analyzes data on microcomputer, distributing output as required
- Performs design and drafting work, prepares and checks map data and products using Computer Assistant Design and Drawing (CADD) input information
- Prepares, reads and interprets technical drawings
- Performs related work as assigned
Your application must describe your qualifications as they relate to:
- Considerable experience in engineering technology, specifically in the principles and practices of electrical traffic control devices and transportation engineering.
- Graduate in an Engineering Technician/Technologist program or an approved equivalent combination of education and experience.
- Experience in the application and considerable knowledge of the Occupational Health & Safety Act and the regulations that apply to this work including confined space entry, traffic control, WHMIS, etc.
- Required to possess a Class "G" driver's license, valid in the Province of Ontario and daily use of a personal vehicle.
You must also have:
- Demonstrated ability in directing the work of others and coordinating multi-discipline projects concurrently.
- Ability to effectively organize records and data and prepare sound technical reports, specifications and calculations.
- Demonstrated ability to communicate effectively, both verbally and in writing, with engineering and technical personnel at all levels and the public.
- Considerable knowledge of traffic signals, pedestrian crossovers (PXO), flashing beacons and illuminated signs, their installation, operation, and maintenance.
- Considerable knowledge of CCTV cameras, Variable Message Signs, Vehicle Detection Systems, communications equipment and infrastructure, their installation, operation, and maintenance.
- Knowledge of computer hardware and equipment configuration and the ability to use standard application software such as spreadsheet, database, word processing, Microstation and drafting programs.
- Demonstrated ability to read and interpret plans, specifications and contract documents.
- Knowledge of construction methods as it relates to the responsibilities of the position.
- With the appropriate safety precautions, must be able to tolerate dusty, noisy and odorous conditions.
- Demonstrate ability to plan, prioritize and work independently.
- Familiarity with City of Toronto Standards and Specifications and OPSS documents would be an asset.
- Membership or eligibility for membership in the Ontario Association of Engineering, Technicians and Technologists (OACETT) would be an asset.
- IMSA Traffic Signal Technician Certification Program (Levels I and II) and experience working with NEMA phase based controllers would be an asset.
- IP Networking (routing and switching) knowledge would be an asset.
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