Sr Engineering Technician

The City of Fort Worth is looking for a technically skilled & motivated individual who would enjoy working alongside traffic signal engineering group performing wide variety of technical assignments and tasks, and who wants to expand his/her technical knowledge and professional career by being involved with wide variety of engineering work and assignments.

The Transportation and Public Works Department Traffic Management Division seeks a Senior Engineering Technician who is willing to learn and grow while performing such jobs as, programming traffic signal controllers, setting up traffic signal controllers and cabinets for new intersections or existing signalized intersections, assisting engineering staff in implementation of signal timing or signal timing adjustments, and occasional activities such as signal phasing modification in the field, investigating citizens inquiries in regard to traffic operation and traffic signal timing, performing before and after studies, and etc.

Subject to work outside regular schedule hours mainly during morning and afternoon rush hours, weekends, holidays and etc.

Associate Degree in Engineering, or related field and five years of increasingly responsible engineering experience in areas of traffic engineering, traffic signals, ITS (Intelligent Transportation System), communication technology.

Preference may be given for additional education, knowledge, experience, and/or certification as it relates to the position.

Customer Service and computer skills/software such as AutoCAD, GIS, including but not limited to Microsoft Office, are strongly preferred.


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