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Submit your posting to traffic@otc.org
Submissions to include:

  • Job description (in Word or PDF format)
  • Billing contact information
  • Date you would like posting removed

Cost: $125.00 plus HST for a 30 day period, or $450 plus HST for unlimited postings for a 1 year period.

Current Job Postings

Position:  Senior Project Manager, Transportation Systems (click for full posting)
Employer:  City of Hamilton
Closing date:  February 20, 2019
A traffic systems leader, such as a Certified Engineering Technologist or Professional Engineer, will welcome this opportunity with our Transportation Operations & Maintenance to help ensure City of Hamilton businesses and residents go about their daily activities safely and effectively. If you’re up to the challenge, read on.



Archived Job Postings

Position:  Traffic Technologist (click for full posting)
Employer:  City of Guelph
Closing date:  December 3, 2018
The City of Guelph is a vibrant community with over 120,000 people located in the heart of Southern Ontario, just one hours driving distance from Toronto. Set in a picturesque natural setting, Guelph is known for its rich architectural heritage, growing economy and excellent quality of life – all good reasons to consider a career in this beautiful city.

Position:  Traffic Design Technologist (click for full posting)
Employer:  City of Hamilton
Closing date:  January 23, 2019
Traffic signal design is a crucial function within the City of Hamilton in ensuring a transportation and traffic control infrastructure that supports and promotes road safety. With your expertise in transportation engineering, you can play a valuable role in this regard as part of our Roads and Traffic Division team.

 

Position:  Traffic Signal Specialist (click for full posting)
Employer: City of Hamilton
Closing date:  January 30, 2019
If you’re an experienced, certified Construction and Maintenance Electrician with strong troubleshooting skills, here’s your opportunity with the City of Hamilton’s Roads and Traffic Division to play a key role in supporting road safety through effective maintenance of traffic signal systems and equipment