Engineer/ Associate Engineer III (48023)
Date Posted: November 4, 2020
Deadline: May 1, 2015
Organization: STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA Department of Transportation-District 2
City: Greenwood, SC
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Wages/Salary: STATE SALARY RANGE: $47,092.00 - $87,125.00 Annually AGENCY HIRING RANGE - MIN: $70,058.00 AGENCY HIRING RANGE - MAX: $87,125.00
A bachelor's degree in engineering and five (5) years of journey-level engineering work
experience; or a bachelor's degree in engineering technology and seven (7) years of journeylevel
engineering work experience; or an approved acceptable equivalence in accordance with
State Human Resources Regulations.
A Valid Motor Vehicle Operator's License.
Conducts traffic investigations relative to the need for traffic signal installations, traffic signal
revisions, traffic signing changes, and pavement marking revisions. Provides appropriate traffic
data collection as needed for each request, including turning movement counts, ADT tube
counts, collisions researches, collision diagrams, existing conditions sketches, speed studies,
traffic delay studies, and written reports of observations of traffic operations. Receives request
relative to the need for traffic control devices or revisions to traffic control devices. When
requests are from persons outside SCDOT, maintains and tracks request in HMMS. Uses
appropriate traffic engineering policies and standards, makes decisions relative to traffic control
needs and provides follow-up responses to SCDOT personnel, general public, and elected
officials via telephone class, e-mail or letter responses. Designs and produces traffic signals
installation plans, traffic signal revision plans, signing plans, geometric improvements plans, and
other traffic engineering related plans. Some of these plans will be done on Micro station. Tracks
work to be done by SCDOT personnel, ensuring completion and correctness of work done.
Assists in design and plan review for planned SCDOT construction projects relative to pavement
markings, signing, and traffic signalization.