Closing date: September 2, 2019
Transportation Coordinator (Continuous)
Engineering and Public Works Department
Manage and implement neighbourhood transportation engineering and planning programs, improvements and initiatives.
Coordinate and direct transportation engineering and planning programs, improvements and initiatives related to traffic calming, speed limits, crosswalks, traffic signals, signing and pavement markings, traffic safety, data collection and management.
Provide input and support to transportation infrastructure designs and private development and building permit applications.
Technical analysis and assessment of neighbourhood transportation engineering and planning programs and initiatives. Support the development of departmental Neighbourhood Transportation management program and assist in implementation. Evaluate neighbourhood transportation issues, complete analysis, concept plans and cost estimates.
Research and prepare briefing notes, discussion documents, presentations and draft policies and standards with an ability to assess, interpret benefits and risks and make recommendations.
Represent the department in an advisory, liaison and resources capacity to consultants, advisory groups, government agencies and community representatives and respond to enquiries from the public, outside agencies and other departments in person, by phone, and in writing.
Liaise with and provide policy and technical information and advice on transportation issues to staff, consultants and outside agencies regarding traffic calming, speed limits, traffic signals, pedestrian crosswalks, street design and on-street regulations and bylaws.
Collaboration with internal and external teams and stakeholders in project planning, design, scope and quality and report regularly on project and program status, risks and mitigation strategies.
Co-ordinate, assign, review and participate in the work of approximately 1 FTE as part of an annual program. Make recommendations on employee selection, discipline and development; provide training and input to performance appraisals.
Perform related duties where required.
Work is generated by the departmental work program but also impacted by community issues and requests from Council and the public.
Work is reviewed through discussions with supervisor and team manager and at Section and Division meetings.
New initiatives, major projects, overall work priorities, objectives and schedules are discussed with supervisor and team manager with recommendations.
Short periods of intense concentration while preparing and reviewing reports, presentations, issues papers and briefings plus analysing data and reviewing design drawings. (often)
Managing and meeting multiple and competing tasks and deadlines. (often)
Focus on detailed drawings, a variety of source data and VDT for short periods. (often)
Conduct site visits. (often)
May be required to work irregular hours. (premium item)
KEY SKILLS AND ABILITIES
Self-organize and prioritize work.
Excel as part of a team, or independently.
Understand and apply principles and methods of transportation planning and engineering.
Communicate effectively verbally and in writing.
Ability to prepare and present complex policy and technical reports.
Ability to analyse and interpret technical information, standards, policy, concepts, legislation, data and engineering drawings.
Establish and maintain strong and effective working relationships.
Working level operation of current word processing, spreadsheet and related engineering software.
Represent the City to the public and outside agencies.
Maintain accurate records.
Formal Education, Training and Occupational Certification:
University Undergraduate degree in Civil Engineering (4 years)
Current and valid Class 5 B.C. Driver's Licence.
4 years of related experience,
or an equivalent combination of education and experience.
May be requested to substitute in a more senior position.
Work schedule: 35 hours per week
$43.61 per hour, Pay Grade 15 (under review)
Job Code # 4407
This is a CUPE Local 50 Position
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