State of Washington Classified Job Specification
TRAFFIC SAFETY SYSTEMS OPERATOR 4
Provides direction and guidance to operational personnel on all shifts, responsible for initial and continuous training of radio and tunnel operations personnel. Conducts interviews of new applicants;
Maintains appropriate performance records and documentation for the evaluation, training and counseling of all radio and tunnel operations personnel. Prepares schedules assigning employees to proper shift, adjusting shifts as necessary to ensure proper staffing; monitors and approves leave;
Provides liaison with region and headquarters personnel and with other applicable public agencies Maintains uniformity and compliance with standard operating procedures to promote economical and effective use of personnel, equipment, and facilities;
Evaluates or assists in the evaluation of new or modified equipment; may assist with the development of specifications for the acquisition of new equipment;
Conducts investigations of complaints concerning the operation of the facilities;
Serves as project manager for WSDOT's mountain pass report system; oversees the WSDOT's Mountain Pass Internet Web Page.
Uniforms may be required and background checks may be required.
High School graduation or GED
Three years of experience as a principal radio operator or dispatcher using multi-band, two-way radio equipment and personal computers.