Approximate Duration: 3-12 months
Perform the installation, maintenance, and repair of pedestrian and vehicular traffic signal equipment.
Perform the installation, maintenance, and repair of roadway lighting equipment.
Perform continuous preventative maintenance programs.
Maintain applicable records and prepare reports.
Provide functional guidance to other signal staff regarding the Electrical Safety Code.
Utilize trade certificate during connection of electrical devices.
Operate truck over 11,000 kg.
Gross Vehicle Weight (GVW) with special attachments such as aerial devices, according to the Highway Traffic Act, Public Commercial Vehicle Act (PCVA) and Regional guidelines.
1. Operate truck over 11,000 kg. Gross Vehicle Weight (GVW) with special attachments such as aerial devices in the vicinity of over head and underground cables, gas lines, and other utilities.
2. Perform pre-trip inspection (circle check) on vehicle and aerial devices to ensure compliance with legislation.
3. Keep a daily diary of work activities.
4. Prepare a daily activity report including equipment used, materials list, and billing account.
5. Prepare Traffic Control Plan to ensure work area protection in compliance with MOL regulations.
6. Place temporary traffic control devices at work site to protect workers and public.
7. Create and apply proper W.H.M.I.S. labels for materials used in the traffic signal operation, as needed.
8. Identify and obtain materials required to perform the installation and maintenance of traffic signals and roadway lighting.
9. Perform installation and maintenance of pedestrian and vehicular traffic signals equipment.
10. Perform the installation and maintenance of roadway lighting equipment.
11. Perform visual inspection of signal and lighting hardware, and maintain associated records.
12. Conduct continuous preventive maintenance programs and maintain associated records.
13. Clean and disinfect vermin debris from electrical installations.
14. Maintain accurate maintenance management records, used to write reports regarding liability claims.
15. Operate and/or assist other workers in an aerial device in the vicinity of overhead electrical cables.
16. Assist in traffic control (flagging) when required.
17. Direct the flow of traffic and assist operator of Regional vehicles to maneuver around work site.
18. Fabricate and assemble traffic signal control equipment and/or devices.
19. Perform in-shop tasks such as clean-up and repairing, refurbishing, cleaning and overhauling Signals related equipment.
20. Carry out assigned work and other related duties.
21. Perform emergency maintenance on a callout or scheduled stand-by basis as required.
22. Work with the Signal Technician in resolving or performing repair tasks of unusual difficulty.
23. Plan and review work to ensure availability of materials and safety equipment for each job at the particular work site.
24. Update Supervisor and/or Lead Hand daily regarding progress and needs related to the installation and maintenance of traffic signal control and roadway lighting operations.
25. Troubleshoot, diagnose and repair problems with electrical and electronic devices to ensure the safe operation of traffic signals and roadway lighting.
26. Interpret blueprints, drawings, and operational manuals.
27. Maintain current technical knowledge of traffic engineering principles and related practices, accepted standards and guidelines.
28. Keep track of corporate credit card purchases of parts and materials up to $50,000 monthly.
29. On an emergency basis, erect and/or install regulatory traffic control signing and temporary traffic control devices (i.e. stop signs, keep right, hazard markers) related to a signalized intersection.
30. Furnish locates on Regionally maintained traffic signal controls for utility, construction companies, and agencies, completing request sheets for future reference and application.
31. Provide functional guidance and advice to other traffic signal staff and contractor staff in areas such as equipment operation, electrical code requirements etc.
32. Inspect traffic control device wiring prior to energizing to ensure current electrical code is met or exceeded.
This position is subject to overtime and standby, including weekends.
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