Traffic Technicians perform a variety of entry-level technical and administrative assignments in support of traffic operations in Public Works. Tasks are performed under the general supervision and direction of the Traffic Supervisor either independently or with a team. Technicians support maintenance activities associated with the replacement and repair of traffic signals, controllers, wiring and other field equipment as well as activities associated with all City-owned street lighting including installation, repair, testing, investigations, troubleshooting and upgrades. Traffic Technicians assist with the fabrication, installation and maintenance of traffic signs.
Associate's degree with coursework in CAD, design, GIS, engineering, statistics, or mathematics
A Planning Aide participates in and supports team planning efforts, prepares reports using statistics, charts, and graphs, researches, compiles, analyzes, and organizes information from maps, reports, investigations, and books for use in reports and special projects. Planning Aides serve as a liaisons between the planning department and other departments and agencies, and prepares, maintains, and updates files and records, including land use data and statistics. They may also perform clerical duties such as composing, typing, and proofreading documents, scheduling appointments and meetings, handling mail, and posting public notices.