The City of Lincoln is looking for a skilled and motivated individual who wants to join and lead an exciting and growing team! The City is currently in the process of many upgrades to systems, projects, and programs within the Traffic Engineering Division. Collaboration, great team support and new organizational structure, offer a unique opportunity as the Manager of Traffic Engineering.
The Traffic Engineering Division seeks a Manager to lead the continued growth and development of transportation systems management and operations, including new program areas and a focus on customer service. This is highly responsible professional transportation/traffic engineering work leading the Traffic Engineering functions within this Division of the Public Works Department. Work involves being the lead City of Lincoln Traffic Engineering contact and the responsibility of assisting and coordinating the work of professional and technical subordinates. Tasks include resolving problems of the highest professional and technical nature, using current transportation/traffic engineering principles and practices that achieve specific goals and program objectives. Work also includes the development of program wide budgets, project planning, and strategic planning for the Traffic Engineering Division. Supervision is received from the Public Works & Utilities Department, Assistant Director of Transportation. Additional opportunities include communicating with several other departments regarding projects and programs that impact transportation in the City, and addressing public stakeholders inquiries with support from Traffic Engineering staff.
Desirable Qualifications: Progressive experience of 7 years or more with primary focus in the transportation/traffic engineering discipline. Knowledge of roadway/intersection design, roundabout analysis and design, traffic studies, traffic signal system design and operations, capacity analysis, signing and pavement markings, Intelligent Transportation Systems, budget management, and the Manual on Uniform Traffic Control Devices.
Qualifications: Bachelor's degree with major coursework in business administration, business management, civil engineering, computer science or related field and 2 - 4 years experience in a responsible administrative or managerial capacity; or equivalent.
Necessary Special Requirements: Registration as a Professional Engineer by the State of Nebraska. If registered in another state, must obtain State of Nebraska registration within six months of appointment. Possession of a valid driver's license or the ability to provide independent transportation.