- Assess, determine and implement strategies and solutions for traffic efficiency
- Capture and analyse traffic data to identify relevant issues
- Fast paced and varied environment
About the Organisation
At Bayside Council, we are committed to a positive, flexible and supportive workplace culture, where our people and customers feel respected and valued. We are proud to serve our community through operating with transparency, integrity and in the best interests of the Bayside community to deliver exceptional service.
Purpose of the role
The City Futures directorate focuses on ensuring sustainable and responsible planning and development for all aspects of our City.
The role is responsible for the provision of traffic, transport and road safety engineering advice to Council and its customers across a range of matters to create a safe road environment, and amenity for the community. You will be providing engineering services to contribute to the efficient, safe and equitable traffic and road system to meet legislative and compliance requirements.
- Assess, determine and implement strategies and engineering solutions to improve and maintain traffic efficiency, equitable parking supply and, safety of road users consistent with industry practice, and legislative requirements.
- Capture and analyse traffic data to identify relevant issues and predicted growth to develop recommendations, solutions and timely responses to traffic, parking and safety matters.
- Issue and monitor instructions for construction works, and prepare and implement local area traffic management schemes and initiatives to give effect to Council resolutions.
- Participate in project planning, feasibility assessment and development of consultant and other briefs to assist in the implementation and delivery of local area traffic, pedestrian and road safety studies and initiatives.
- A Bachelor Degree in Civil Engineering which satisfies eligibility requirements for Member of the Institution of Engineers (Australia).
- Current Drivers Licence Class C.
What can we offer you
As an employer, Bayside Council offers a flexible and family-friendly working environment supported by a generous and tangible reward and recognition program with ongoing training and development opportunities.
Your application should include an up-to-date resume (max 3 pages) and a covering letter (max 2 pages), outlining how your skills and experience meet the focus competencies, key accountabilities and challenges of the role and how you espouse Bayside Council values.
When addressing the focus competencies, key accountabilities and key challenges for the role, it is essential you give an illustration of how you meet these it is not sufficient to merely indicate what you have done we are more interested in how you have demonstrated these requirements, what results were achieved, using an evidence-based approach.
Previous applicants need not apply.
Closing Date: Friday, 9 October 2020.
Salary Range: Salary negotiable based on skills and experience.
Bayside Council is an equal opportunity employer committed to an equitable, diverse and socially inclusive work environment.