Engineer / Associate Engineer I (59711)

Date Posted: November 4, 2020

Deadline: August 17, 2016

Organization: Department of Transportation-District 2

City: Greenwood County, South Carolina

Wages/Salary: STATE SALARY RANGE: $32,838.00 - $60,760.00 Annually

Requirements:

A bachelor's degree in engineering; or bachelor's degree in engineering technology and two (2) years of related work experience; or an approved acceptable equivalence in accordance with State Human Resources Regulations.
A valid Motor Vehicle Operator's License is required.

Job Description:

Trains in the performance of traffic engineering related duties such as; traffic signal analysis and design, signing and marking plan design, and access management. Assists in the preparation of traffic control device and geometric design plans and contract documents for interstate, primary, and secondary route projects. Analyzes traffic control flow problems; develops and draws traffic
movement and control plans. Cross trains with other District Two offices as directed by DTE, as it relates to traffic related duties. Trains to inspect traffic control devices (signals, signs, and pavement markings) for compliance, improvements, deficiencies, damage, or possible sight obstructions using state and federal guidelines. Assists with preparing complex drawings, using
Microstation, to show field conditions or proposed traffic control improvements. Coordinates with public or other SCDOT personnel to supply needed data, plans, supplies, for traffic related problems. Attends design field review meetings, preconstruction meetings, and final inspections for SCDOT construction projects when assigned. Uses programs like Synchro to analyze traffic operations. Performs other duties as assigned by supervisor.

Schedule:
Monday - Friday (8:30 - 5:00)
Contact Name:
WANDA DAY
Application Process:
Apply online at http://www.jobs.sc.gov and fully complete all sections of the application. A resume may be provided, but will not substitute for completing any section of the application. Accurately respond to all Supplemental Questions since they are part of your official application and are used to initially screen applicants. Candidates must present documentation of their attainment of college degree(s) at the time of interview.