City of Ann Arbor

Michigan
Posted 1 month ago

Entry level starting pay at Level III is $26.02/hour or $54,121.60 annually per the negotiated current AFSCME Union Contract. Over the span of your career with the City of Ann Arbor, employees in this position will have the potential to make up to $35.79/hour or $74,443.20 annually per the negotiated current AFSCME contract.

Duties

Incumbent may be responsible for the following duties:

Essential Duties

  • Install, maintain and repair traffic control and signal devices, underground cabling and conduit infrastructure, streetlights (pole/mast and light) and mobile radio communication, alarms and electronic systems, including top lights
  • Design, fabricate and install traffic signs and decals
  • Inspect traffic signal and street lighting installation to ensure meeting applicable city, state and federal standards and specifications
  • Calibrate, test, maintain and repair base, mobile and portable radio transmitters, receivers, and monitors
  • Identify source of power failure and install temporary power source for power restoration
  • Perform preventive maintenance on traffic signal, sign and radio equipment, including sign computer hardware

Related Work

  • Install cable fiber; locate and stake buried City equipment (MISS DIG)
  • Document streetlight location and maintain other field inventory records
  • Construct traffic control barricades and monitor traffic control
  • Perform related work as assigned

Knowledge of: (position requirements at entry)

  • General construction methods
  • Basic work safety and traffic laws
  • Basic mechanics and electricity principles
  • General mechanic practices, procedures, tools, and equipment
  • General preventive maintenance practices of electronic and mechanical equipment
  • General computer hardware and software applications
  • General methods, materials and equipment in electronic signal operations
  • General methods, materials and equipment in sign production
  • General methods, materials and equipment in electronic equipment repair
  • And as listed in the Communications Systems Technician Job Progression Chart as Revised 9/05

Skills and Ability to: (position requirements at entry)

  • Communicate through oral and written instruction
  • Safely operating required electronic and mechanical tools and equipment
  • Read, interpret, and follow technical manuals, rough layouts and technical drawings
  • Repairing machines, equipment and systems using necessary tools
  • Identifying problems and finding solutions
  • And as listed in the Communications Systems Technician Job Progression Chart as Revised 9/05

For complete job description and online application form, please apply here.

Job Features

Job CategoryElectrician, Traffic Signal, Traffic Systems