The City of Hillsboro has an outstanding opportunity for a Traffic Engineering Manager. We're looking for a career-minded individual to serve the community by supporting vital infrastructures, strong neighborhoods, public safety, economic vitality, and a sustainable future.
The ideal candidate is a forward-thinking leader with a passion for providing a safe, efficient, fully multi-modal transportation system.
The person in this position supervises and directs the Traffic Engineering Section, its resources, and staff in the planning, design, coordination, implementation, and review of improvements related to the installation, construction and operation of traffic signals, signs, markings, and lighting on City-managed facilities. This Manager supervises a team of three, including a Project Engineer, Senior Engineering Technician, and an Engineering Technician.
Your work will include:
providing oversight, organization, problem-solving, evaluation, and assistance in the development of strategic direction, for the work in which the section is responsible.
coordinating with consultants, contractors and finance, operation, and peer engineering managers, project managers, coordinators, and maintenance personnel in the development of engineering plan sets and specifications.
development and maintenance of construction standards and procedures.
interacting with community members to address concerns related to traffic operations.
inventory and assessment of traffic public infrastructure assets.
The Traffic Engineering Manager will work on a number of projects, including:
Conversion of the City’s 8,000 street lights from High Pressure Sodium to LED and the development, implementation, and maintenance of advanced adaptive lighting programs through Smart City technology
Upgrade of City’s traffic signal controller technology and implementation of the Intelligent Transportation System Plan
Implementation of the City Wayfinding Program
Implementation of Transportation Safety Action Plan
General Statement of Duties
The principal function of an employee in this class is to focus on project management responsibilities. Incumbents, as assigned, are responsible for development, coordination, and implementation of ongoing projects including report writing and presentation, conducting research; providing citizen service and project management related to City resources and may be responsible for overseeing designated projects, programs and resources. Incumbents serve as supervisors overseeing staff and conducting performance evaluations.
Acceptable Experience and Training
Bachelor’s degree in a closely related field and 4 years of experience related to area of assignment including supervisory responsibility; or, an equivalent combination of education and experience sufficient to successfully perform the essential duties of the job such as those listed above.
Possession of a valid state driver’s license and safe driving record;
Bachelor’s Degree in Civil Engineering or closely related field.
A minimum of four years of experience in traffic and transportation engineering or closely related experience
State Registration as a Professional Engineer in Oregon
Additional Salary Information: All salaries, as stated, are based upon current information and are subject to change. Please carefully consider the following information before applying. The 72nd Oregon Legislature created the Oregon Public Service Retirement Plan (OPSRP). Public employees hired on or after August 29, 2003 become part of OPSRP, unless membership was previously established in PERS. Employees who are PERS/OPSRP eligible are subject to a mandatory 6% employee contribution.
Internal Number: HP#2019-03
About City Of Hillsboro
Hiring a workforce that reflects the diverse community we serve is essential to delivering exceptional City services and programs. The City of Hillsboro is committed to creating and supporting an inclusive and welcoming environment for all employees to thrive. We value, respect, and empower employees as unique individuals with authentic voices and diverse ideas.