AWP is North America’s leading traffic control specialist. Our team of 6,500 professionals helps secure 2,000 work zones every day – ensuring customer crews, drivers, and our own teams get home safely. We protect those who operate, maintain, and upgrade infrastructure in the energy, broadband, and transportation sectors and provide traffic control for major events like the Boston Marathon.
Since our founding in 1981, we have served customers through the talent of extraordinary team members committed to customer focus, growth, valuing each other, safety and quality, and a sense of urgency.
The Traffic Plan Designer will be assigned various projects designing temporary traffic control plans. This includes analyzing traffic flow and volume, reviewing appropriate standards, and using computer-aided design software.
· Review client-provided documents to develop traffic control plans
· Comprehension of applicable municipal, state, and federal codes to ensure compliance- training will be provided
· Uses computer-assisted design software to prepare engineering and design documents for permitting and other uses- training will be provided
· Communicate with clients, local agencies, peers, and project team members on the status of the traffic control plan
· Other duties and responsibilities as assigned
· Experience and proficiency with computers and technology
· Excellent problem-solving skills and creativity
· Multitasker with attention to detail
· Ability to work alone and with a team
· Drive to learn new skills and aspirations to move up in the future
WORK ENVIRONMENT AND PHYSICAL DEMANDS
The employee must be able to successfully handle the physical demands of this position, which include the following:
· Hours of operation may vary based on staffing needs and workload
· Majority of time will be in an office setting
· Position may lift or carry objects up to 20 pounds
Area Wide Protective (AWP) is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Employment decisions are made without regard to race, color, religion, national or ethnic origin, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, age, disability, protected veteran status, or other characteristics protected by law.