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Traffic Signal Technician Job Description Sample

Traffic Signal Technician Job Description

The Traffic Signal Technician performs at the Apprentice or Journey level, depending on the level of qualifications and experience of the selected candidate. Under general direction, the Journey level position performs electrical tasks in the maintenance and repair of traffic signal tools, inspects and troubleshoots traffic signal systems, and does related work as required. Under the leadership of the Journey level position, the Apprentice level position learns the duties and develops the skills required for the traffic signal operation and maintenance and performs related duties as required.

JOB RESPONSIBILITY

  • Tshawb xyuas, remove, and repair signal control and auxiliary equipment such as traffic signal controllers and cabinets, vehicle and pedestrian head assemblies, lights and circuitry.
  • Diagnose malfunctions.
  • Adjust, repair, replace, or modify electric, electronic and mechanical components. controllers, relays, switches, fuses, timers and other parts.
  • Investigate complaints and reports of traffic signal malfunctions.
  • Adjusts, repairs, or removes defective equipment.
  • Make field repairs of damaged equipment.
  • Identify and repair wire circuits.
  • Assist in the design of electrical circuits and systems for traffic signals.
  • Monitor and programs traffic signal controllers and makes necessary adjustments.
  • Relamps signalized intersections.
  • Paint traffic components and signal standards.
  • Tshawb xyuas, remove and install batteries and battery backup equipment.
  • Adjust and implement traffic signal timing parameters.
  • Keep accurate work records.
  • Order supplies, parts, thiab khoom.
  • Set up traffic control.
  • Perform other related duties as required.
  • Inspects, removes, and repairs signal control and auxiliary equipment such as traffic signal controllers, cabinets, vehicle and pedestrian head assemblies, lights and circuitry.
  • Diagnoses malfunctions.
  • Adjusts, repairs, replaces, or modifies electric, electronic and mechanical components, controllers, relays, switches, fuses, timers and other parts.
  • Assists in design and construction of special test equipment for shop testing of electronic components.
  • Investigates complaints and reports of traffic signal malfunctions.
  • Adjusts, repairs, or removes defective equipment.
  • Makes field repairs of damaged equipment.
  • Identifies and repairs wire circuits.
  • Assists in the design of electrical circuits and systems for traffic signals.
  • Inspects the work of contractors during the course of construction and upon completion.
  • Monitors and programs traffic signal controllers and makes necessary adjustments.
  • Relamps signalized intersections.
  • Assists in preparing plans and specifications for signal projects.
  • Paints traffic components and signal standards.
  • Inspects, removes and installs batteries and battery backup equipment.
  • Adjusts and implements traffic signal timing parameters.
  • Keeps accurate work records; orders supplies, parts, thiab khoom.
  • Sets up traffic control.
  • Provides guidance and direction to apprentice level staff.
  • Performs other related duties as required.
  • On-call duty required.

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