23-29 Analyst, Traffic & Transportation
$78,779.74 to $98,474.80 annually
Closing Date: March 10, 2023
Reporting to the Manager of Engineering and Capital Delivery, this position is responsible for reviewing and providing advice for traffic and transportation components of proposed developments, particularly site plan and subdivision agreements, planning and coordination of data collection activities, conducting traffic studies, compiling statistical records, preparing technical reports for various committees and council, tender documents and managing all enquiries relating to traffic operations. This position conducts transportation studies including reviewing the need for various traffic control devices, parking controls, traffic calming measures and monitoring changes in traffic patterns, makes recommendations on such and implements required bylaws for enforcement. This role also organizes and completes traffic calming projects as per the requirements of the Town’s Traffic Calming Policy. This position is also responsible for reviewing and recommending the installation of traffic control signage including regulatory, warning and information signs in accordance with provincial standards and municipal policy, and monitors traffic signal operations and makes recommendations on changes to equipment and phase timing to suit changing conditions, including coordinating with Regional traffic authority. The Analyst will also maintain the Town’s pavement marking program in accordance with the Ontario MUTCD standards and coordinate with Operational Services staff and contractors for the annual pavement marking program.
To be considered for this position will hold a University degree in Transportation or Civil Engineering Technology, as professional accreditation or eligibility for same in A.P.E.O., or O.A.C.E.T.T. at the Technologist level. You will have a minimum of five (5) years demonstrated experience in traffic and transportation engineering, preferably with relevant municipal experience. Candidates will have a thorough working knowledge of the elements of traffic design, transportation planning, the Highway Traffic Act, MUTCD and TAC manuals, and traffic and transportation related computer software programs. Excellent analytical, report-writing, problem-solving, communication, and project management skills are required as is the ability to deal courteously and effectively with developers, consultants, the general public, contractors, other departments/levels of government, builders and utilities. Candidates are required to have a valid Class G Driver’s License, in good standing and reliable vehicle to use on corporate business; as well as the ability to work flexible hours to accommodate meetings, traffic counts, etc.
Successful applicants to this position will be required to provide a Police Criminal Record Check that is satisfactory to the Town prior to their start date at the applicant’s own cost.
If you are interested in joining our dedicated team of municipal professionals, please forward your resume to: Human Resources, Town of Aurora, 100 John West Way, Box 1000, Aurora, Ontario, L4G 6J1 or email to: email@example.com by March 10, 2023 quoting the job title and reference number 23-29.
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