TRAFFIC ENGINEERING OFFICER
WOLLONGONG, NSW, 2500
FULL TIME, PART TIME, CASUAL
We have an exciting opportunity for a Traffic Engineering Officer to be a part of our Network & Safety Southern team within Roads and Maritime Services. This position plays a key role in providing network management advice and reports to Manager, Network and Safety Services.
The purpose of the role is to conduct routine network investigations and technical assessments, and make recommendations for improvements.
We are looking for a Traffic Engineering Officer who has an understanding of projects management principles and has experience in investigating and developing solutions to complex network management problems.
Roads and Maritime Services is one of Australia's leading public sector agencies, with more than 5,500 employees and an annual budget of $5.5 billion.
As part of Transport for NSW we are responsible for implementing strategic and essential frontline services to the people of NSW who use roads, harbours and waterways.
We improve the movement of people by various transport modes, including public transport (bus and ferry), cycling and walking, as well as motor vehicles. We also deliver initiatives to improve the movement of goods on the freight network, by improving accessibility and infrastructure, with a focus on reliability, productivity and safety initiatives.
We offer diverse and challenging career opportunities for professional and technical specialists, trades, and people interested in making a difference to transport operations and road safety in New South Wales.
When you join Roads and Maritime Services, you become part of a forward-thinking organisation that will offer you generous working conditions, flexible working options and a real commitment to developing your skills.
As the key agency in NSW for road safety, traffic management and planning, road building and maintenance, as well as improving maritime safety, we want our staff to reach their full potential.
RMS USS Grade 1 – 5 ($38,481 - $77,665), plus employer's contribution to superannuation and annual leave loading.
Our commitment to Diversity
TfNSW are committed to building a diverse and inclusive culture across the Transport cluster, planning for and promoting diversity. We welcome and encourage applications from diverse community groups and ages including Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander, LGBTI, people with disabilities, women and other diversity groups. TfNSW recognises the benefits that such an approach brings for our staff and customers in delivering the future of NSW.
Applications close: Tuesday, 11:59pm 23 January 2018