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Traffic Signal Technician

Company Name:
North Shores Personnel
Traffic Signal Technician-Full time Position Available
Must be shift flexible- Overtime -$15-29/ Hour Depending on Experience
Recruiting for candidates who have experience in maintaining, upgrading, inspecting, and monitoring Traffic Control Systems.
Applicants must be able to:
-Assist the Traffic System Operator with troubleshooting network problems- both data and video
-Work with and knowledgeable of ODOT standards and regulations
-Utilize computer skills in order to program and maintain various systems
-Work overtime, respond to calls due to power outages, etc.
-Work with 120/240 VAC and 6 to 24 vdc
-Understand parallel and series circuits
-Maintain and keep in good working order all equipment
-Read and understand traffic signal plans
-Some traveling required within 2 hours
Must possess:
-Reliable Transportation
-Leadership skills
-Aware of and practice all OSHA, safety, and PPE standards
-Knowledge of construction procedures and traffic signals
-Erecting mast arm poles and supporting foundations
-Installation of vehicle loop detectors (inductive, video, and radar)
-Experience and knowledge of electricity
-Basic tools and experience with using tools
-Must participate in all required training, both technical and safety for the work place.
-A licensed Electrician is preferred.
All applicants must be interested in a Full time position
All applicants must be able to pass a drug screen and background check
All applicants must have prior longevity with previous employers and have great professional references.
In order to be considered for this position please submit a resume to: the Posting ID above, fax to 419-794-1428, or send to PO BOX 1148 Maumee, Ohio 43537.

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