RTC OF SOUTHERN NEVADA Department of Streets & Highways 600 S. Grand Central Pkwy, Ste. 350 Las Vegas, NV 89106 http://www.rtcsnv.com
REGIONAL TRAFFIC CONTROL COORDINATOR
SALARY $64,521.60 - $113,089.60 Annually **Although there is a salary range for this position, salary will be negotiated depending on experience.**
OPENING DATE: 07/30/2019
CLOSING DATE: 08/12/2019
Coordinates temporary traffic control and work zone inspection activities related to roadway construction projects.
FLSA STATUS: Exempt
Working Conditions: May work shifts on days, evenings, weekends, and holidays.
Education and Work Experience: Equivalent to a Bachelor's Degree in civil engineering or construction management or a closely related field and four (4) years of demonstrated professional experience in construction management/inspection or temporary traffic control inspection. Preference may be given to candidates who are bi-lingual.
Licensing and Certification: Must possess valid Traffic Control Supervisor certification, as administered by the American Traffic Safety Services Association (ATSSA) OR Work Zone Traffic Safety certification administered by the International Municipal Signal Association (IMSA), OR agree to obtain certification within one (1) year of date of hire. Must possess and maintain a valid Class C Driver's License at the time of appointment.
Background Investigation: Employment with the Regional Transportation Commission in this position is contingent upon successful completion of a comprehensive background investigation, including qualifying education/experience verification, social security trace, criminal history records review, and driving history records check.
Required Forms: 1. RTC Application On-Line Profile: Follow all the instructions on the application to include any education and work experience that would qualify you for this position.
Only the most qualified candidates will be invited to participate in the examination process. Candidates should ensure that they highlight any of the following professional experience they possess on their applications/resumes: • Ability to understand Temporary Traffic Control (TTC) Plans • Ability to understand off-site improvement plans and their relationship to TTC • Demonstrated experience with GIS and AutoCAD programs to update maps and drawings • Ability to establish and maintain working relationships with contractors, agency personnel, the public and RTC staff
Physical ability to perform construction, maintenance and related work, including climbing and/or crawling in areas that are not handicapped accessible; stamina to stand and walk for extended periods of time; strength to lift and maneuver materials and equipment weighing up to 70 pounds with proper equipment; vision to read printed materials; and hearing and speech to communicate in person or over the telephone. Accommodations may be made for some of these physical demands for otherwise qualified individuals who require and request such accommodations.
EXAMPLE OF DUTIES Acts as a liaison and advocate for the RTC, the Seeing Orange 2.0 Program, local member agencies and industry partners including the Operations Sub-Committee, the Specifications Sub-Committee, the Cone Management Working Group and the Regional Project Coordination Committee. Coordinates with the RTC Transit, Planning and Engineering staff, municipal Planning, Public Works departments, Community Safe Streets Coalition, Safe Routes to School, and bicycling clubs to develop a coordinated network of bike lanes/routes and ADA accessible work zones. Develop and maintain traffic control specifications for regional uniform standard specifications for Clark County area to include transportation management plans for regional projects. Researches, extracts, and compiles data for reports, events, plans and presentations; assists in production of reports, documents, events, plans and presentations. Coordinates processes where comments and suggestions related to traffic control and roadway work zones can be received and included in policy recommendations. Represents the RTC in meetings with groups or individuals; answers queries and provides information/assistance as required. Assists in the development of public relations approaches and coordinates with RTC Communications to promote national and regional initiatives, e.g., National Work Zone Awareness Week (ATSSA) and garner support from public, non-profit, and business agencies to support community related initiatives. Works with the RTC Planning and GIS staff, local jurisdictions and related stakeholders to maintain an accurate and up to date GIS map and database of existing and proposed work zones, including lanes and routes; utilizes the same information and coordinates with RTC Communications staff to develop and maintain an accurate and user friendly map that is updated regularly and published on the RTC website. Works with RTC Government Affairs by investigating issues and comments that arise regarding temporary traffic control. Operates a variety of office equipment, to include computers and associated software. Coordinates with Clark County School District, municipal Public Works departments, law enforcement/public safety agencies, Safe Routes to School representatives, and community stakeholder groups such as the UNLV Transportation Research Center to develop projects and implement programs that increase safety for vulnerable road users. Coordinates with RTC Planning and Engineering staff along with municipal Planning and Public Works departments to develop and incorporate transportation management plan elements and alternate project procurement methods into the Uniform Standard Drawings and Specifications. Coordinate and oversee roadway construction projects to minimize traffic delay while managing safety. May plan, assign and/or supervise the work of assigned staff; may function as an assistant to the section manager or as a team leader. All other duties as assigned.
Internal Number: 19-101205
About Regional Transportation Commission of Southern Nevada
The Regional Transportation Commission of Southern Nevada (RTC) is a regional entity that oversees public transportation, traffic management, roadway design and construction funding, transportation planning and regional planning efforts known as Southern Nevada Strong.
As the Las Vegas Valley’s population continues to increase daily, so too does traffic congestion and the RTC identifies transportation challenges and explores and implements both short and long-term resolutions while simultaneously promoting sustainability, air quality improvement, enhanced mobility and increased quality of life in the region.