City of Concord – Transportation Program Manager II Salary $104,291.20 - $143,395.20 Annually First application review: week of April 16, 2018 Open until filled
The City of Concord is seeking an experienced traffic engineering professional to serve as its next Transportation Program Manager II in the Community and Economic Development Department.
The ideal Transportation Program Manager II candidate is someone who is customer driven, enjoys interacting with public, is able to prioritize workload and multitask with multiple interruptions, and also embraces, promotes, and is guided by the City's Mission, Vision and Values. Additionally, the ideal candidate is experienced in: Managing and preparing various transportation studies and programs; Reviewing new development applications and assessing impacts on the transportation system; Making recommendations on signal timing and other operational improvements for the City's 150 signalized intersections; Troubleshooting overall traffic operations and traffic safety concerns reported by the community – both in the office and in the field; Reviewing plans and specifications for new and modified traffic signals, street lighting systems, and related traffic control devices; Keeping apprised of emerging transportation technology, including adaptive signal systems and various traffic signal controllers such as NAZTEC and Econolite, video detection camera systems, and Transit Signal Priority; Preparing grant applications for federal, state, regional or other funding sources; Building and maintaining positive working relationships with direct co-workers and other City employees; and Making presentations on traffic and transportation issues to citizen and neighborhood groups, City Council, and Planning Commission as appropriate.
Under direction of the Transportation Manager, the Transportation Program Manager II supervises major, large scale transportation engineering projects for the Transportation Division. The Transportation Program Manager II provides technical assistance and applies traffic engineering knowledge in planning and accomplishing assigned responsibilities and solving very complex traffic engineering problems. The Transportation Program Manager II performs related duties as required, including but not limited to: traffic signal system design and operations, streetlight system operations, management of neighborhood traffic calming efforts including resident requests, review of new development applications and traffic studies, CIP project design review, and leading of technical staff and cross-functional engineering project team.
Minimum Qualifications: Requires knowledge of advanced principles, theories, concepts and practices of traffic engineering and transportation planning, including street and highway design; of the laws and regulations relating to traffic engineering; of computer control traffic systems; of equipment and materials used in street construction and traffic control; of environmental laws and regulations; of the technical literature, research studies, and current developments in the field of traffic engineering and transportation planning; and of supervision and training.
Requires the ability to effectively apply engineering principles; prepare and present clear and concise written and verbal reports and the ability to deal effectively with engineers, developers, contractors, property owners and the general public; to plan, perform, and coordinate professional and technical traffic engineering studies, research projects, and surveys; to analyze traffic problems and develop effective alternatives for their solution; to prepare comprehensive technical reports with detailed illustrations, plans, and specifications.
Education: A Bachelor's or Master's Degree in a related Engineering curriculum such as traffic engineering.
Experience: Six years or four years of employment in the traffic engineering profession with a Bachelor's or Master's Degree, respectively.
Other: Registration as a Traffic Engineer or Civil Engineer by the California State Board of Registration is required. A valid California Driver's License and a satisfactory driving record are conditions of initial and continued employment.
For additional information and to apply online, please visit http://apptrkr.com/1191700