The Transportation Engineer performs highly responsible professional, managerial and technical management of Transportation Engineering providing development, design, review, and implementation of traffic operations improvements to provide for the safe and efficient utilization of the roadways and other travel needs in the County. Supervises and/or coordinates the activities of professional, technical, and maintenance employees engaged in developing transportation system improvements, including safety systems design, analyzing traffic and pedestrian flow patterns, planning of new or modified traffic control systems and equipment, installation and maintenance of traffic signals, intersection and roadway design, and related traffic analysis and control activities. Work requires considerable technical judgment, initiative, and tact in dealing with the public and other agencies.
Qualified candidates must possess a Bachelor's degree in civil, transportation, or traffic engineering, plus five (5) years of experience in traffic engineering, civil engineering or related field, to include lead or supervisory experience. Candidates must also hold the following licenses:
Professional Engineer, and
Professional Traffic Operations Engineer
About Charlotte County Board of County Commissioners
Situated along pristine Charlotte Harbor, between Fort Myers and Sarasota, the communities of Charlotte County, Florida reflect the unique ambiance of the region. The area’s unspoiled beauty and high standard of livability have made it a destination for year-round residents and vacationers alike. This friendly, prosperous community is home to more than 178,645 residents who enjoy an abundance of beautiful vistas, world-class recreational options, and a relaxed lifestyle.
Charlotte County’s government fosters community consensus and pledges accountability in the delivery of public services. The county has an adopted FY17/18 budget of $719 million, employs 1,203 staff.