Field Traffic Supervisor shall report to the Traffic Manager. Below is a list of responsibilities:
Role and General Responsibilities
- Ensure compliance with all federal, provincial and local laws, while adhering to OH&S rules and regulations.
- To implement and monitor the TCPs in the field, with detailed inspection reports and daily photos.
- Identify and follow-up with deficiencies related to traffic management
- Coordinating all traffic control operations on the Site and with other contractors working on the Project to avoid conflicts between work zones.
- Requesting paid duty officers and efficiently allocating across work zones
- Maintaining direct contact over all of the Project’s Co’s traffic control personnel and procedures on the Site.
- Liaising with the Municipalities and their transit providers, the Contracting Authority and MTO as required.
- Monitoring queue lengths in active Site and implementing appropriate measures when such queues affect the operation and safety of existing transit services, existing Municipal roads and other provincial and Municipal roadways.
- Monitoring of transit travel times and raising operational performance issues to the Traffic Manager and Transportation Management Committee.
- Responding to traffic-related incidents resulting from construction activities and traffic management activities. All major incidents shall be documented withing 48 hours of incident and provided to the Contracting Authority and the Municipalities.
- Documenting traffic control measures and activities in accordance with the 15-2 Part 7 of the Project Agreement Schedule.
- Overseeing all requirements of the Project Agreement that contribute to the safety, convenience, and orderly movement of vehicular, cycling, and pedestrian traffic.
- Attending regularly scheduled traffic management and safety meetings.
Qualifications and Education Requirements
- Knowledge of the Ontario Traffic Manual Book 7, and the Highway Traffic Act and regulations.
- Knowledge of the Occupational Health and Safety Act.
- BSc in Civil Engineering, or Degree or Diploma in Mechanical Engineering, Construction, Traffic Management or in a related field.
- 2-3 years of on-site experience in construction/traffic related field.
- Proficient in Excel skill a must (as well as Microsoft Office).
- Good understanding of the heavy civil construction industry including development, contracting and a good knowledge of data entry requirements.
- Demonstrated experience in the field monitoring of traffic control plans.
- Excellent collaboration and communication skills, to oversee temporary traffic control plans development, installation and operation. Good record-keeping is imperative.
- Able to work scheduled shifts during daytime and nighttime, and to be “on call at times.”
- Valid Driver’s License in the Province of Ontario
- Ability to make timely and effective decisions.
- Ability to work under pressure and adapt to change.
- Able to perform in a fast-paced environment.
- An ability to prepare and interpret flowcharts, schedules, and step-by-step action plans.
- Solid planning and organizational skills, including multitasking and time-management.
- Strong management-facing and teamwork skills
- Familiarity with reporting and being compliant with directions.
- Self-motivated, innovative, committed, and honest
- Strong interpersonal and communication (written and verbal) skills.