Onsite/Local Transportation Technician (IMOT) with MS Access, Dispatch/Call Center, traffic devices/equipment/management system, CCTV surveillance, 511, SOG incident reporting and DOT experience

Job ID: TN-62205 (93090213)

Onsite/Local Transportation Technician (IMOT) with MS Access, Dispatch/Call Center, traffic devices/equipment/management system, CCTV surveillance, 511, SOG incident reporting and DOT experience

Location: Nashville, TN (DOT)
Duration: 4 Months
Position: 2

Skills:
Software Database Microsoft Access Experience operating computers Proficient (4-6 Years) No
Skills Others Call Center Dispatch or Call Center experience is a plus No
Software Others Internet Proficient (4-6 Years) No
Skills Others Technical Skills 2 years of experience as TMC Technician II level or directly comparable experience. IMSA Level III Technician and Intermediate Maintenance of Traffic (IMOT) Certification Preferred Proficient (4-6 Years) No
Skills Others Verbal Communication Good communication skills – oral, in writing, reports, clear communication over radio, dispatch experience Proficient (4-6 Years) No

Description:
An advanced level position that ensures safe and efficient traffic movement and monitors roadways including detecting, confirming, updating, and responding to scheduled and unscheduled traffic incidents, congestion, and travel time imbalances.

The initial contract is subject to extension upon good performance.

One employee needed for second shift:
• 2nd Shift (1 employees): (Tue ) 1:30pm – 10:30pm (Wed-Fri) 1:00pm – 10:30pm

Tasks include:
•Advanced level operator position performing functions with supervision and to established procedures.
•To perform all duties and may defer the most complex issues to a supervisor.
•To operate various computer-based traffic management systems to manage traffic and incidents on roadways and improve traffic conditions.
•To monitor roadways via CCTV surveillance cameras and detection systems.
•To monitor all traffic devices and computer equipment associated with the system.
•To maintain knowledge on the operation of all traffic equipment, computers and software associated with the traffic systems.
•To utilize traffic equipment for incident management and the improvement of travel time, safety, and quality of life of the traveling motorists and toll customers.
•To continually checks the accuracy and validity of the messages displayed on all DMS and 511.
•To be aware of all 511 messages broadcasted on a particular system.
•To enter incident information into computer systems using traffic software.
•To become familiar with the roadways and understands the purpose and location of each traffic device (i.e. detector stations, CCTV, and 511).
•To alert operator staff to new and existing memos.
•To use SOG to detect, dispatch, monitor, and document roadway incidents.
•To confer with partners (highway patrol, Service Patrols, Local Law Enforcement, Fire Rescue, etc.) as well as adjacent Traffic Management Centers or other DOT Regions to coordinate resources for incidents that may affect regional travel.
•To dispatch Service Patrols and assist Service Patrols with other tasks, such as phone calls, etc.
•To perform other duties as assigned.

Dispatch or Call Center experience a plus

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