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Employment Opportunities

The City of Huntington provides work opportunities in a variety of fields, including public works, public safety, administration, administrative support and community development.

The Division of Human Resources accepts applications for open public works and administrative positions. Currently, the Division is seeking candidates for the positions of Chief Electrical Inspector in the Department of Public Works and Budget Manager in the Finance Division.

Candidates for both positions are asked to submit a cover letter and resume via email to Human Resources Director Sherry Lewis at slewis@cityofhuntington.com. Candidates may also apply in person at the Human Resources Office in Room 14 at City Hall. The application period for the Chief Electrical Inspector position will remain open until the position is filled. The application period for the Budget Manager position is open through the close of business on Friday, March 24, 2017.

The Division of Human Resources is also seeking candidates for its applicant pool within the Department of Public Works during the month of March 2017. See more information about the Public Works applicant pool below the listings for the Chief Electrical Inspector and Budget Manager.

 

Chief Electrical Inspector

SALARY RANGE

$31,650.74 - $36,525.42

NATURE OF WORK
This is skilled inspection work in securing compliance with municipal electrical and related codes, ordinances and regulations governing the construction, maintenance and operation of electrical installations and equipment. The employee is responsible for the enforcement of city electrical codes through personally participating in the examination of electrical plans and in the inspection of electrical installations during construction and upon completion in order to determine adherence to established codes and regulations and required standards of construction. Work includes responsibility for interpretation of and making recommendations for changes in legal provisions governing electrical installations. The employee works independently in routine inspection and enforcement activities, but general direction is received from the division supervisor.

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

  •     Makes inspections of new and existing wiring and electrical installations in residences, business, commercial and other buildings for conformance with safety and other requirements of the electrical codes.
  •     Reviews plans and specifications for new and remodeling of electrical systems and installations in residential, commercial and industrial buildings for compliance with safety and other requirements of the electrical codes.
  •     Investigates complaints of defective electrical installations which are reported as fire and other hazards; notifies responsible persons of defects and issues verbal and written comments on code violations; makes re-inspections; reports violations and assists in representing the City in court hearings.
  •     Advises electricians, builders, owners, contractors or architects on electrical problems and interprets codes, standards and departmental regulations.
  •     Prepares reports of inspections performed covering conditions found, action taken and recommendations made for further action.
  •     Prepares and issues building and electrical permits.
  •     Checks requirements for all utilities prior to issuance of demolition permit.
  •     Performs minor vehicle equipment maintenance work.
  •     Promotes courtesy and professionalism throughout the City of Huntington.
  •     Other duties as assigned.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS
Graduation from high school, a GED or trade school, including or supplemented by courses in electricity; minimum ten (10) years of experience in electrical construction; or any equivalent combination of education and experience.

NECESSARY KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES

  •     Conformance with Article 1731 of the Codified Ordinances of the City of Huntington, West Virginia.
  •     Considerable knowledge of the methods and practices involved in constructing, installing and operating a variety of electrical installations, equipment and appliances and of standard testing devices.
  •     Considerable knowledge of possible defects and faults in electrical wiring and appliances and of effective corrective measures.
  •     Considerable knowledge of municipal ordinances relating to electrical appliances and installations and of state and national electrical code standards.
  •     Knowledge of current computer software (Word, Excel, etc.).
  •     Ability to issue citations.
  •     Ability to detect and locate defective electrical wiring and construction and to determine proper remedial measures.
  •     Ability to detect illicit discharge.
  •     Ability to understand and work from construction and wiring blueprints, drawings and diagrams.
  •     Ability to contact owners, contractors, craftsmen, appliance dealers and others and to effect and maintain satisfactory working relationships in the enforcement of regulations.
  •     Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with contractors, the general public, City officials and employees.
  •     Ability to handle confidential information and matters in a discreet and professional manner.

SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS

  •     Certified Master Electrical license in the State of West Virginia.
  •     Ability to obtain certification as Certified Building Code Inspector within ninety (90) days from date of hire.
  •     Valid driver’s license from state in which employee resides.

TOOLS AND EQUIPMENT USED
Motor vehicle, telephone, computer, calculator, copy machine, multi-meter and scanner.

PHYSICAL DEMANDS
The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. While performing the duties of this job, the employee is frequently required to use hands to finger, handle, feel or operate objects and to reach with hands and arms. The employee is frequently required to stand, bend, stoop, climb, crawl, walk, talk, see, hear and smell. The employee may occasionally lift and/or move up to 25 pounds.

WORK ENVIRONMENT
The work environment characteristics described here are representative of those an employee encounters while performing the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. The employee is occasionally exposed to excessive noise and potential hazards on construction sites. The noise level in the work environment is usually moderately quiet in the office and moderately loud while performing field work.

SUMMARY
The duties listed above are intended only as illustrations of the various types of work that may be performed. The omission of specific statements of duties does not exclude them from the position if the work is similar, related or a logical assignment to the position. The job description does not constitute an employment agreement between the City of Huntington and the employee and is subject to change by the City as the need arises.

Budget Manager

NATURE OF WORK
This is responsible administrative and accounting work in carrying out assigned phases or general functions within the Finance Division. Work involves responsibility for performing a variety of administrative duties of a staff and clerical nature.  Work includes a variety of accounting activities related to fiscal, personnel and research, and continuous review and development of applicable procedures and policies.  Initiative and independent judgment are exercised within the framework of stated objectives, established policies and practices, and major decisions are subject to approval.  General review is provided through conferences with and reports to the Assistant Finance Director.

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Undertakes special functions and directs and implements programs upon approval.
  • Performs a variety of administrative tasks in relieving the Assistant Finance Director of important details, such as preparing miscellaneous billings related to Retirees’ health insurance and outside agencies.Performs various staff and accounting duties, including those related to personnel, planning, budgeting, systems analysis, methodology, operations research, and complaints.
  • Performs financial analysis of revenue, expenditures, special accounts, grant funds, and account balances.
  • Participates in the preparation of the City budget; makes various mathematical computations and prepares work sheets and tables; prepares various financial reports; reviews and replies to correspondence.
  • Generates and reconciles various records on departmental activities pertaining to purchasing, travel expenses, contracts, billings, and related activities.
  • Generates grant financial reporting; maintains detail for grant expenditures and drawdowns.
  • Assists with the preparation of the annual audit reports; prepares the Schedule of Expenditures of Federal Awards.
  • Compares corresponding general ledger accounts between outside agency funds and the general fund.
  • Maintains capital lease schedule and prepares payments of capital lease agreements.
  • Reconciles returned checks and travel advances.
  • Audits/approves petty cash reimbursement requests.
  • Responsible for the distribution of all City payroll checks in the absence of the Assistant Finance Director.
  • Promotes courtesy and professionalism throughout the City of Huntington.
  • Other duties as assigned.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS
Graduation from an accredited college or university with a bachelor’s degree in business administration and emphasis in accounting; experience in municipal governmental accounting work preferable; or any equivalent combination of education and experience.

NECESSARY KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES

  • Considerable knowledge of the principles, methods, and practices of municipal governmental accounting and related activities.
  • Considerable knowledge of the principles and practices of modern public or business administration.
  • Considerable knowledge of modern office management methods.
  • Considerable knowledge and ability in developing and maintaining spreadsheet software applications.
  • Skill in the operation of assigned equipment.
  • Ability to plan, organize, direct, and coordinate a variety of projects and activities.
  • Ability to develop and install approved administrative procedures and operations related to programs and work procedures and to evaluate their efficiency and effectiveness.
  • Ability to exercise independent judgment and discretion in applying and interpreting City policies and procedures.
  • Ability to communicate effectively, both verbally and in writing.
  • Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with officials, employees, vendors, and the general public.
  • Ability to handle confidential information and matters in a discreet and professional manner.

SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS
Valid driver’s license from state in which employee resides.

TOOLS AND EQUIPMENT USED
Motor vehicle, telephone, computer, printer, scanner, calculator, copy machine, fax machine, and postage machine.

PHYSICAL DEMANDS
The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to use hands to finger, handle, feel or operate objects and to reach with hands and arms. The employee is frequently required to sit, stand, walk, talk, hear, see, and smell. The employee may occasionally lift and/or move up to 40 pounds.

WORK ENVIRONMENT
The work environment characteristics described here are representative of those an employee encounters while performing the essential functions of this job.  Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. The noise level in the work environment is usually moderately quiet.

SUMMARY
The duties listed above are intended only as illustrations of the various types of work that may be performed.  The omission of specific statements of duties does not exclude them from the position if the work is similar, related or a logical assignment to the position. The job description does not constitute an employment agreement between the City of Huntington and the employee and is subject to change by the City as the need arises.

Public Works Applicant Pool

Applications will be received in the Human Resources Office, located in Room 14 of City Hall. The application form also can be found online here.

NOTE: Currently, there is only one open position in the Department of Public Works -- Chief Electrical Inspector. Although the City of Huntington is currently under a hiring freeze, the City will fill job vacancies as they occur on a case-by-case basis from the applicant pool.

Public Works Clerk – Public Works Administration

Work involves the performance of office and clerical duties for all divisions within the Public Works Department; prepares all purchase orders and requisitions on the computer system; maintains files of correspondence, forms, books, reports or other material; files material by predetermined classification; communicates with the public on routine information.

Minimum Qualifications:  HS diploma or GED, supplemented by business courses and some experience in general clerical and office work.

Starting salary:  $12.51/hr.

Working Foreman – Building Maintenance Division

Work involves all aspects of building maintenance and custodial tasks at certain City buildings, including City Hall, the Jean Dean Public Safety Building and other city-owned facilities; supervision of in-house personnel, acquisition of materials and supplies; and acquisition/oversight/contract management functions related to work accomplished under contract for building maintenance and repair.

Minimum Qualifications:  High School (HS) diploma or GED and minimum of two (2) years of experience in general building maintenance, including supervisory experience in various applicable craft specialties.  Must be able to do heavy lifting and carrying.

Special Requirement:  Valid driver’s license.

Starting salary:  $15.22/hr.

Specialist – Building Maintenance Division

Work involves the performance of skilled and semi-skilled tasks below the journeyman level in the maintenance and repair of buildings and building-related equipment, i.e., carpentry, masonry, painting, plumbing and remodeling.

Minimum Qualifications:  HS diploma or GED and minimum of two (2) years of experience in general building maintenance.  Must be able to do heavy lifting and carrying.

Special Requirement:  Valid driver’s license.

Starting salary:  $13.58/hr.

Clerk – Inspections and Permits Division

Work involves the performance of clerical and secretarial tasks, including typing, filing, record maintenance, answering the telephone, reviewing documents for completeness, preparing permits, general office work and dealing effectively with the public.  Requires knowledge of City ordinances and codes relating to building construction, property maintenance, contractor licensing, building licensing and zoning.

Minimum Qualifications:  HS diploma or GED, supplemented by courses in typing and office procedures.  Excellent computer skills. 

Special Requirement:  Ability to obtain Permit Technician certification within one (1) year from date of hire.

Starting salary:  $12.51/hr.

Chief Electrical Inspector – Inspections and Permits Division

Skilled inspection work in securing compliance with municipal electrical and related codes, ordinances and regulations governing the construction, maintenance and operation of electrical installations and equipment:  makes inspections of new and existing wiring and electrical installations in residences, businesses, commercial and other buildings for conformance with safety and other requirements of the electrical code; reviews plans and specifications for new and remodeling of electrical systems and installations in residential, commercial and industrial buildings.

Minimum Qualifications:  HS diploma, GED or trade school and minimum of ten (10) years of experience in the electrical trade as a master electrician.

Special Requirements:  Certified Master Electrical license in State of WV; ability to obtain certification as Certified Building Code Inspector within ninety (90) days from date of hire; and valid driver’s license.

Starting salary:  $15.22/hr.

Chief Plumbing Inspector – Inspections and Permits Division

Skilled inspection work in securing compliance with municipal plumbing and related codes, ordinances and regulations governing the construction, maintenance and operation of plumbing installations and equipment:  makes inspections of new and existing plumbing installations in residences, businesses, commercial and other buildings for conformance with safety and other requirements of the plumbing code; reviews plans and specifications for new and remodeling of plumbing installations in residential, commercial and industrial buildings.

Minimum Qualifications:  HS diploma, GED or trade school and minimum of five (5) years of experience in the plumbing trade as a master plumber.

Special Requirements:  Certified Master Plumber license in State of WV; ability to obtain International Plumbing Code Certification within ninety (90) days from date of hire; and valid driver’s license.

Starting salary:  $15.22/hr.

Working Foreman – Motor Pool Division

Work involves the supervision and instruction of employees engaged in the repair and maintenance of automotive and related equipment; assigns and participates in mechanical work, such as motor tune-ups, repairing and adjusting brakes and clutches, cleaning and painting equipment and mig and stick welding; provides instruction on operation of engine and automotive electrical test equipment.

Minimum Qualifications:  HS diploma or GED and minimum of three (3) years of experience in maintenance and repair of varied automotive equipment.  Must be able to do heavy lifting and carrying. 

Special Requirements:  Ability to obtain WV vehicle inspector’s license within sixty (60) days from date of hire; valid driver’s license; valid Commercial Driver’s License (CDL) within six (6) months from date of hire; and must have own hand tools.

Starting salary:  $14.15/hr.

Assistant Working Foreman – Motor Pool Division

Work involves assisting in the supervision and instruction of employees engaged in the repair and maintenance of automotive and related equipment; participates in mechanical work, such as motor tune-ups, repairing and adjusting brakes and clutches, cleaning and painting equipment and mig and stick welding and fabrication.

Minimum Qualifications:  HS diploma or GED and minimum of three (3) years of experience in maintenance and repair of varied automotive equipment.  Must be able to do heavy lifting and carrying.

Special Requirements:  Ability to obtain WV vehicle inspector’s license within sixty (60) days from date of hire; valid driver’s license; valid CDL within six (6) months from date of hire; and must have own hand tools.

Starting salary:  $13.05/hr.

Mechanic – Motor Pool Division

Work involves the repair, overhaul and preventive maintenance for automobiles, trucks, tractors, bulldozers, graders, sweepers, spreaders and other assorted equipment and tools; rebuilding and tuning engines using testing equipment; grinding valves and setting tappets; replacing or repairing main connecting rod bearings; inspecting and repairing transmissions, universal joints and differentials; realigning and adjusting brakes; making service calls and on-site repairs.

Minimum Qualifications:  HS diploma or GED and minimum of three (3) years of experience as an automotive and heavy equipment mechanic.  Must be able to do heavy lifting and carrying.

Special Requirements:  Ability to obtain WV vehicle inspector’s license within sixty (60) days from date of hire; valid driver’s license; valid CDL within six (6) months from date of hire; and must have own hand tools.

Starting Salary:  $12.59 per hour

Service Person – Motor Pool Division

Work involves responsibility for performing skilled tasks in equipment maintenance or repair or in ascertaining the need for such; cleans, greases and lubricates automobiles, trucks, street sweepers and other related equipment; services batteries and other parts; arranges for and gets departmental vehicles to and from the garage; may repair and change tires both in shop and in field; services heavy and light equipment with gasoline, diesel fuel and oil; changes oil, oil filters and fuel filters; assists mechanics in repairs; keeps inventory of supplies utilized in assigned area of work.

Minimum Qualifications:  HS diploma or GED; minimum of one (1) year of experience in skilled equipment maintenance work.  Must be able to do heavy lifting and carrying.

Special Requirements:  Valid driver’s license; valid CDL within six (6) months from date of hire; and must have own hand tools.

Starting salary:  $12.20 per hour

Working Foreman – Street Division

Work involves responsibility for laying out and reviewing the work of unskilled and semi-skilled workers and automotive and equipment operators engaged in the construction, maintenance or repair of streets, sidewalks, curbs, gutters and related appurtenances; supervises and participates in the work of a crew engaged in snow removal, street salting and street cleaning; supervises and participates in street patching; instructs and assigns workers engaged in making small patches with pre-mix, gravel and asphalt.

Minimum Qualifications:  HS diploma or GED; considerable experience in street maintenance and construction work, including tree cutting and removal and asphalt work; and minimum of three (3) years of supervisory experience.  Must be able to do heavy lifting and carrying.

Special Requirement:  Valid CDL.

Starting salary:  $14.25/hr.

Blacktop Crew Leader – Street Division

Work involves responsibility for laying out, leading and participating in the work of a crew engaged in the construction, maintenance or repair of streets, sidewalks, curbs, gutters and related appurtenances; leads and participates in street patching; instructs and assigns workers engaged in making small patches with pre-mix, gravel and asphalt.

Minimum Qualifications:  HS diploma or GED and minimum of one (1) year of experience in street maintenance and construction work, including asphalt work.  Must be able to do heavy lifting and carrying.

Special Requirement:  Valid CDL.

Starting salary:  $12.95/hr.

Tree Crew Leader – Street Division

Work involves responsibility for laying out, leading and participating in the work of a crew engaged in the construction, maintenance or repair of streets, sidewalks, curbs, gutters and related appurtenances; directs and assists in tree removal; leads maintenance activities of drainage ditches and cutting weeds and grass.

Minimum Qualifications:  HS diploma or GED and minimum of one (1) year of urban area experience in street maintenance and construction work, including tree cutting and removal.  Must be able to do heavy lifting and carrying.

Special Requirement:  Valid CDL Class A.

Starting salary:  $13.68/hr.

Heavy Equipment Operator – Street Division

Work involves the construction, maintenance and repair of public works facilities; operation of heavy construction and maintenance equipment in making excavations, cutting road grades, moving dirt and preparing other materials for a variety of construction resurfacing and maintenance operations; cutting of roads to grade and does finish grading.

Minimum Qualifications:  HS diploma or GED and minimum of one (1) year of experience in the operation of heavy equipment.  Must be able to do heavy lifting and carrying.

Special Requirement:  Valid CDL.

Starting salary:  $12.69/hr.

Light Equipment Operator – Street Division

Work involves the construction, maintenance and repair of public works facilities; cleaning road surfaces and applying and raking patching materials; operation of light to heavy-duty trucks in hauling such materials as gravel, asphalt, salt, sand, street sweepings and trash; manual work in clearing work sites of debris; snow removal and sanding and salting tasks as needed.

Minimum Qualifications:  HS diploma or GED and some experience in manual labor and in the operation of light to medium-weight equipment.  Must be able to do heavy lifting and carrying.

Special Requirement:  Valid CDL w/tanker endorsement preferable.

Starting Salary:  $12.39 per hour

Concrete/Masonry Leader – Street Division

Work involves a variety of skilled construction and maintenance tasks, including carpentry, bricklaying, concrete and asphalt finishing; building manholes and digging trenches; manual work in the construction, maintenance and repair of public works facilities; driving trucks and hauling gravel, asphalt, sand and other materials.

Minimum Qualifications:  HS diploma or GED and minimum of one (1) year of experience in concrete and masonry construction, maintenance and repair of public works facilities and operation of trucks and light construction equipment.  Must be able to do heavy lifting and carrying.

Special Requirement:  Valid CDL preferable.

Starting Salary:  $13.05 per hour

Truck Driver – Street Division

Work involves the construction, maintenance and repair of public works facilities; cleaning road surfaces and applying and raking patching materials; driving light to heavy-duty trucks in hauling such materials as gravel, asphalt, salt, sand, street sweepings and trash; manual work in clearing work sites of debris; snow removal and sanding and salting tasks as needed.

Minimum Qualifications:  HS diploma or GED and considerable experience in the operation of heavy-duty equipment.  Must be able to do heavy lifting and carrying.

Special Requirement:  Valid CDL.

Starting Salary:  $12.30 per hour

Laborer – Street Division

Work involves the participation in the construction, maintenance and repair of public works facilities and equipment; cleaning of road surfaces and applying and raking patching material; assisting in building forms and pouring and finishing concrete; mixing mortar; maintaining and assisting in the repair of curbs, gutters and culverts; cleaning and maintaining rights-of-way facilities, including drainage ditches and gutters.

Minimum Qualifications:  HS diploma or GED.  Must be able to do heavy lifting and carrying.

Special Requirement:  Valid driver’s license.

Starting Salary:  $12.05/hr.

Code Enforcement Officer – Sanitation and Trash Divisions

Work involves the enforcement of regulations and ordinances, such as ascertaining the validity of permits, licenses and registrations through on-site inspections and the issuance of summons and stop orders for jobs that are being performed illegally, property maintenance, weeds, graffiti and unsanitary premises; inspecting dwellings on routine schedule or in answer to complaints, investigating cleanliness and existence of conditions which may be dangerous or harmful to health of occupants; notifying dwelling owners where poorly maintained and/or unsanitary conditions exist.

Minimum Qualifications:  HS diploma or GED; training and experience in construction or construction-related industries and one to two years of experience in property maintenance or landscaping preferred.

Special Requirements:  Valid driver’s license and ability to obtain certification as a Property Maintenance Inspector through the international Code Council (ICC) within two (2) years from date of hire.

Starting Salary:  $13.24/hr.

Working Foreman – Sanitation and Trash Divisions

Work involves the supervision of and participation in the work of crews engaged in refuse and trash collection; responding to complaints and inspecting for illegal disposal of refuse and trash; and evaluating and assessing cost of special pickups.

Minimum Qualifications:  HS diploma or GED and minimum of two (2) years of experience in collection operations, including supervisory experience.  Must be able to do heavy lifting and carrying.

Special Requirement:  Valid CDL.

Starting salary:  $15.32/hr.

Laborer – Sanitation and Trash Divisions

Work involves manual labor in the pickup, removal and disposal of refuse and trash and the operation of pickup trucks.

Minimum Qualifications:  HS diploma or GED.  Must be able to do heavy lifting and carrying.

Special Requirement:  Valid driver’s license.

Starting salary:  $12.05/hr.

Truck Driver – Sanitation and Trash Divisions

Work involves the operation of light to heavy-duty trucks in hauling garbage and trash; performs manual work in clearing work sites of debris; may assist in loading refuse packer; loads and unloads materials by hand or use of an end loader; responsible for maintaining and cleaning trucks.

Minimum Qualifications:  HS diploma or GED and experience in the operation of heavy equipment.  Must be able to do heavy lifting and carrying.

Special Requirement:  Valid CDL.

Starting salary:  $12.30/hr.

Heavy Equipment Operator – Trash Division

Work involves the operation of backhoes and loaders in the removal of trash, debris, building materials and dirt on the City rights-of-way as well as operations at the City landfill; performs semi-skilled and skilled manual labor work related to equipment operation and maintenance activities.

Minimum Qualifications:  HS diploma or GED and considerable experience in the operation of heavy-duty equipment.  Must be able to do heavy lifting and carrying.

Special Requirement:  Valid CDL.

Starting salary:  $12.69/hr.

Working Foreman – Traffic Engineering Division

Work involves the supervision, direction and coordination of the activities in developing and planning traffic engineering programs, comprehensive surveys of traffic conditions, maintenance of statistical data and inspection of erection and maintenance work associated with signs, traffic signals and street markings; lays outs, supervises and participates in the work of a crew engaged in the construction, maintenance or repair of traffic control devices, street lights or appurtenances.

Minimum Qualifications:  HS diploma or GED and minimum of five (5) years of professional traffic engineering experience in a technical capacity, including one (1) year of supervisory experience.  Must be able to do heavy lifting and carrying.

Special Requirement:  Valid driver’s license.

Starting salary:  $14.15/hr.

Maintenance Worker – Traffic Engineering Division

Work involves the participation in the installation, maintenance and repair of traffic-related signs and pavement markings and the operation of hand and power tools; operation of motorized and mechanical equipment; performance of carpentry work and computer work as required.

Minimum Qualifications:  HS diploma or GED and experience in mechanized pavement marking and equipment operation.  Must be able to do heavy lifting and carrying.

Special Requirement:  Valid driver’s license.

Starting salary:  $12.29/hr.

Sign Fabricator – Traffic Engineering Division

Work involves participation in the fabrication, maintenance and repair of traffic-related signs and the operation of hand and power tools; maintenance and operation of paving marking equipment; inventory maintenance of the signs and pavement marking materials; may assist in the installation, repair and maintenance of traffic signs and may operate a jackhammer and hand-digging tools and equipment.

Minimum Qualifications:  HS diploma or GED and experience in sign fabrication and pavement marking.  Must be able to do heavy lifting and carrying.

Special Requirement:  Valid driver’s license.

Starting salary:  $12.51/hr.

Technician II – Traffic Engineering Division

Work involves assisting in the installation, removal, maintenance and repair of electronic automotive and pedestrian traffic signals, including set up of cams, dial cycles, dial key percentages, etc., and maintaining existing units, including motors, relays, power sources, etc.; operation of aerial lift truck, jackhammer, concrete saw and other equipment and saws related to control devices.

Minimum Qualifications:  HS diploma or GED, including trade school diploma in electricity or electronics; minimum of two (2) years of experience in traffic signal work; experience in the installation, removal, maintenance and repair of microprocessor and electro-mechanical traffic control devices; and experience in the operation of trucks and construction equipment.  Must be able to do heavy lifting and carrying.

Special Requirement:  Valid driver’s license.

Starting salary:  $13.24/hr.