The Mid-America Regional Council (MARC) is seeking a qualified team member who is able to demonstrate excellent computer skills and posses a willingness and ability to perform work using advanced traffic signal control systems software and traffic signal optimization techniques within the “Operation Green Light” regional traffic signal coordination program.
Nature of Work
These positions involve daily administration of WAN/LAN and desktop systems. Must be able to use Microsoft Office Suite and demonstrate capability to learn various computer and transportation software. Will program traffic signal controllers such as NEMA and 2070’s, configure routers and switches, and work with traffic signal programs and databases.
This position requires the ability to perform the following functions of the job: bend and reach to both ground level and overhead; operate a computer keyboard and mouse; hold and grip objects, push and pull up to 25 lbs; distinguish colors as necessary for operation of the Computerized Traffic Control System. This position must also be able to perform the functions of the job while working in the following conditions: regulated indoor environment; extensive field time; exposure to extreme weather conditions while working at intersections; subject to working in and around traffic. Candidate must possess a valid Missouri/Kansas Motor Vehicle Operator's License.
A Bachelor's Degree in a technical field such as Civil Engineering, Computer Science, Mathematics, Physics or related field, and/or a minimum of two years experience in working with computers is strongly preferred. Knowledge of PC hardware is required.
How to Apply
The starting rate of pay is $54,558 to $61,000 depending on qualifications and experience. MARC offers an attractive team-oriented work environment along with a competitive fringe benefit package. For more information about the program and for instructions on how to apply please visit our website www.marc.org/jobs. EOE Employer /M/F/V/D.
About Mid-America Regional Council
MARC is a nonprofit association of city and county governments and the metropolitan planning organization for the bistate Kansas City region. Governed by a Board of Directors made up of local elected officials, we serve nine counties and 119 cities. We provide a forum for the region to work together to advance social, economic and environmental progress. Read more about MARC's Regional Vision at www.marc.org.