Position: Senior Traffic Technologist (click for full posting)
Employer: The City of Vaughn
Closing Date: September 7, 2022
Vaughan is a city on the move. With a downtown core rising from the ground – the Vaughan Metropolitan
Centre, a state-of-the-art hospital opened its doors in 2021 – the Cortellucci Vaughan Hospital, and a
bustling subway, exciting projects are transforming the community. Be a part of something amazing and
build your career at the City of Vaughan.
The City of Vaughan is an equal opportunity employer serving one of the fastest-growing municipalities in
Canada, we are an organization committed to diversity and inclusivity, providing a thriving work
environment, excellent benefits, learning and growth opportunities and a place where collaboration and
teamwork are fostered. As one of the Greater Toronto’s Top Employers for 2022, we continuously employ
workplace best-practices – and they’re getting noticed! Excellence demands brilliant personalities, visionary
thinking and a passion for public service. Vaughan is your place to grow.
In this role, you will (see detailed job posting-link above):
Responsible for planning, coordinating and monitoring traffic engineering projects and programs including
organizing and overseeing traffic operation studies, preparation of engineering designs, tenders/contracts,
reports, traffic by-laws, City standards, etc. Reviewing and commenting on traffic issues and for overseeing
the work and activities of assigned technical staff and contractors.
Qualifications and experience:
• Community College diploma in Civil Engineering Technology or suitable equivalent.
• Certified Engineering Technologist designation.
• Minimum of five (5) years municipal engineering experience including a minimum of three (3)
years in detail design, development servicing or transportation/traffic engineering experience and
one (1) year overseeing the work of others.
• Working knowledge of computer software applications and techniques in the areas of municipal
servicing, project engineering, transportation planning/traffic engineering or project management.
• Ability to deal courteously and effectively with the public, staff and Council members.
• Competent worker as defined under The Health and Safety Act, Confined Space and other
regulations in accordance with job responsibilities.
• Valid Ontario Class “G” drivers license in good standing and reliable vehicle to utilize on