The City of Jacksonville is seeking a dedicated, innovative and experienced individual for its next Traffic and Communication Systems Engineer. As home of Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune and Marine Corps Air Station New River, the City of Jacksonville provides a unique opportunity to further the safety and mobility of a rapidly growing community, which takes great pride in upholding the quality of life of our civilian and military residents. The City of Jacksonville is known as “A Caring Community” and as such, the organization regularly supports development and advancement of employees that demonstrate a commitment to the organization and an aptitude for their trade. The City offers a competitive salary and benefits package commensurate with experience and education. This position is open until filled. Potential candidates may review the attached job advertisement and apply online at: www.jacksonvillenc.gov.
Thorough knowledge of traffic management concepts, data communications and computerized traffic signal system equipment; thorough knowledge of signal operations and maintenance work flow, priorities, policies, and procedures; working knowledge of signal optimization software packages, AUTOCAD and PC-based programs to include Microsoft Office, GIS, etc.; knowledge of the National Electric Code, National Electric Safety Code, NCDOT Traffic Signal Specifications, NCDOT Signal & Geometrics Design Manual, NCDOT Maintenance Schedules C & D, MUTCD and other related traffic signal standards; excellent oral and written communication skills; outstanding planning and organizational skills; ability to work with other engineers and maintenance technicians performing traffic signal work; ability to utilize electronic maintenance tools; ability to schedule work in an efficient manner; ability to coordinate work with City Departments and other outside agencies; ability to quickly learn City ordinances relating to traffic signals, traffic operations and lighting.
Bachelors degree from an accredited college or university with major in Civil Engineering or related field and at least three years of progressive signal system engineering/traffic engineering experience, or equivalent combination of education and experience. Professional Engineer certification and management experience preferred.