ITS Technicians implement, analyze, configure, install, operate, monitor, document, and maintain Intelligent Transportation Systems (ITS) as well as fiber optic communication, closed circuit television networks, and parking and traveler information systems. Technicians identify and resolve operational problems. utilize tools and metering instruments, and operate vehicles and other power driven equipment. Lastly, ITS Technicians inspect and monitor contract work and assist the public with questions and complaints on traffic related issues.
Required Skills & Abilities
Typical Salary$22,440 - $54,186
- Associate's degree in Electrical Engineering, Engineering Tech, or Computer Tech