Civil Engineer I/II/III/IV – Transportation
Civil Engineer I: $27.46 - $35.01 hourly, depending on qualifications
Civil Engineer II: $28.06 - $37.18 hourly , depending on qualifications
Civil Engineer III: $30.59 - $40.53 hourly , depending on qualifications
Civil Engineer IV: $33.34 - $44.17 hourly , depending on qualifications
Who We Are
Orlando, The City Beautiful
For most of Orlando's history we've been the place everyone wants to visit. Today, we're also the place where everyone wants to live and do business. List after list has Orlando as one of the fastest growing cities in America. We're transitioning from our role as the young upstart to a more mature, global city.
This didn't happen by accident. Together as a community, we developed a shared vision for our city focused on creating partnerships and we've transformed Orlando from a place that was packed with potential into a city on the rise.
Our vision ensures we are an inclusive, compassionate community that is generating jobs, becoming the most sustainable city in the nation, keeping our community safe, making it easier to get around, and increasing the quality of life. Together, we can continue realizing all our city's potential.
Come be part of our community with the City of Orlando.
NATURE OF WORK:
The civil engineer performs technical work in various phases of a computerized traffic control system operations center (TMC). The primary task for this position is for the specific implementation and modification of signal timing plans for the signal systems controlled by the city. Performs modifications and upgrades to traffic signal controller databases using system software (Cubic/Trafficware's ATMS.now) and traffic modeling using Cubic/Trafficware's Synchro and Tru-Traffic software among others. Conducts field investigations of traffic conditions associated with traffic signals for the purpose of adjusting traffic signal timing plans both on a regular schedule and in response to citizen inquiries. Works closely with the Traffic Signal Maintenance section to update traffic signal timing plans when hardware must be changed and works closely with regional traffic signal timing consultants working on annual corridor re-timing projects. Works closely with FDOT's Signal Timing Groupe at the RTMC for timing-plans and database updates. Work assignments are received from a professional supervisor who defines the scope of the work to be performed. Timing Engineer is expected to plan details of work and make technical decisions. Work is reviewed while in progress and upon completion.
Signal Timing Engineer I: Bachelor's Degree in Civil Engineering, plus six (6) months of experience in Transportation Engineering required; or an equivalent combination of education, training, and experience. A valid Florida Driver's License is required.
Signal Timing Engineer II: Same as Civil Engineer I, above, except requires two (2) years of experience as identified.
Signal Timing Engineer III: Same as Civil Engineer II, above, except requires four (4) years of experience as identified, including at least two (2) years of experience in transportation development review, traffic studies, or crash data analysis; or an equivalent combination of education, training, and experience. One year of supervisory experience desired.
Signal Timing Engineer IV: Same as Civil Engineer III, above, except requires Registration as P.E. in the State of Florida.
VALID DRIVER LICENSE FROM ANY STATE MUST BE PRESENTED AT TIME OF INTERVIEW. VALID FLORIDA DRIVER LICENSE MUST BE PRESENTED WITHIN 30 DAYS OF HIRE.
City of Orlando Benefits
If this posting indicates a degree is required, the following experience will apply in lieu of any degree as follows:
- Two (2) years of direct experience for an associate degree;
- Four (4) years of direct experience for a bachelor's degree;
- Six (6) years of direct experience for a master's degree; or
- Nine (9) years of direct experience for a doctoral degree
Closing Date/Time: Continuous