Traffic Data Collection Technician - Center for Transportation Research
The Center for Transportation Research (CTR) is seeking a technician to collect traffic data under a contract with the Tennessee Department of Transportation (TDOT). This position will primarily work in TDOT's Region 2, a large area that includes the cities of Chattanooga, Crossville, Tullahoma, and Athens, among others (visit https://www.tn.gov/tdot/about/county-outline-map.html to see a map of the TDOT regions). Applicants should reside in or near this region. This position will also assist with traffic data collection activities in other regions of the state on an as-needed basis.
Primary job duties include field collection of traffic data, data entry and reporting, and support for other sponsor or university activities. Typical traffic data collection activities include:
ensure data collection vehicle is supplied properly with equipment and supplies (traffic counters, road tubes, chains, locks, clamps, nails, etc.)
travel to designated locations where traffic counters are to be placed
proper placement and setup of pneumatic count tubes and electronic traffic counter
return to previous sites in a timely manner to collect count equipment and retrieve data
forward traffic count data to TDOT staff on a weekly basis
conduct other traffic data collection activities, including manual intersection turning movement counts, on an as-needed basis
This position will require daily travel with frequent overnight and statewide travel. The position holder will report to a supervisor within CTR but must also communicate and coordinate activities with multiple TDOT staff members.
Internal Number: 215526
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