|The MOT / Traffic Control Technician completes operations of assigned traffic control/safety projects setting up and taking down lane closures. Takes direction from the superintendent, as it relates to project work. Performs lane closures on state highways and other roadways. Will be responsible for redirecting traffic for workers or subcontractor crews.
Tasks & Responsibilities
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- Work with the project team in designing temporary traffic control in a work zone.
- Responsible for the concepts, techniques, and implementation of traffic control plans and techniques for installation and removal.
- Read and interpret plans and specifications and implement them in the field.
- Temporary traffic control for various real life situations and recognizing, analyzing and correcting deficiencies.
- Implement temporary traffic control plans in the field to make the project as safe as possible for their fellow workers, motorists and pedestrians going through the site.
- Perform incidental work items and duties included within other crafts.
- Must work independently or part of a traffic control crew.
- Assemble, deliver, and pick up safety products from job sites.
- Check work zone throughout shift to be sure items are still in their proper location.
- Place traffic cones and other traffic safety devices in work area.