Assistant Traffic Engineers supervise the signal section, sign and pavement marking section, and engineering section to ensure that all responsibilities and assignments are completed. Assistant Traffic Engineers also prepare signal timing plans for traffic signals, handle citizen complaints relating to traffic and traffic operations, complete complex traffic-related studies such as traffic generation and distribution studies and highway capacity studies. This position involves working with employees in the preparation of traffic signal plan layouts, pavement marking plans and parking facility plans, providing assistance and direction to contractors relating to handling traffic during construction and maintenance operations, and assisting in preparing specifications for traffic-engineering related equipment. Finally, Assistant Traffic Engineers compile and prepare traffic engineering data for public presentations and public hearings and prepare work orders for the installation and removal of traffic control devices and for the completion of traffic studies on local roadways.
Bachelor's degree required or in progress
An Associate Civil Engineer review private project development plans for compliance with codes, regulations, standards, and compliance with approved master plans. Civil Engineers also evaluate transportation, traffic and other public works related impacts related to private projects while determining applicable codes, regulations, and requirements for assigned projects. They coordinate the preparation of, or develops, engineering plans, specifications, estimates for complex public works projects, required advertising for bids, reviews construction bids and makes necessary recommendations based on lowest and best bids, competency of vendors and consultants, and the selection criteria. Finally, an Associate Civil Engineer provides project management for the construction of the municipal public works projects, inspects and oversees assigned projects to ensure contractor compliance with contract documents, schedules, and budget parameters for the project.
Operations Planning Interns gain familiarity with site, topographic, landscape, and architectural plans, learn to read and interpret zoning codes, learn to read and explain City ordinances, and provide technical support to planning staff by conducting research and preparing maps and graphics. Interns also prepare agendas and reports for review boards and meetings, provide required information for specific meetings, assist in the preparation and review of meeting minutes. The position occasionally entails answering questions and providing information to the public, researching information and assist higher level planning staff with inquiries pertaining to current or comprehensive planning, and collecting, compiling, recording and summarizing technical data. Lastly, Operations Planning Interns assist higher level staff in the implementation of the geographic information system (GIS).
A logistics intern receives or sends goods at the warehouse, ensuring that the luggage is properly or securely packed and that all the luggage in appropriate numbers is dispatched or received, learning how senior technicians handle the tasks, applying the theoretical knowledge in the area, preparing logistics report in the area, checking the reports made by others, coordinating with other departments, coordinating with drivers and workers, and performing other tasks assigned by the supervisor. A logistics intern typically reports to a logistics manager.
IT Specialist/Analysts are technical professionals that are responsible for the implementation, monitoring, and maintenance of IT systems. An IT specialist/analyst must always be available to offer the necessary support to the employees, both internal and external assistance.