Install, maintain, and repair all city-owned traffic control systems to include the following:
-Maintenance, troubleshooting, and repair of control systems.
-Repair and replace components damaged in motor vehicle accidents.
-Troubleshoot and maintain associated systems including loop, infrared, and microwave detectors and emergency vehicle override components.
-Locate city-owned underground cables as part of the Diggers Hotline Network.
During construction season:
-Light pole and base removal.
-Conduit assembly installation either by directional boring or coordination with the contractors and laying the pipe into trenches. Use the derrick digger or hydro-excavator to set base forms, install conduit and base bolts, and pour concrete.
-Set form and install conduit, pour concrete for new control cabinets.
-Assemble and install all components for the control cabinet.
-Pull wire into conduit system, wire poles, assemble luminaires, erect poles, test and run system.
-Locate and repair faults, opens, shorts, and grounds in the underground high voltage street light system using test equipment such as Megger and High energy (30,000V) capacitance discharge unit (thumper). Once the fault is located, dig to expose the cable to make the repair.
-Annual maintenance performing lamp replacement in all city-owned street lights on a 3-year schedule.
-Maintain and repair ball field lights in city-owned parks.
Benefits include: Time off Bank with the ability to accrue up to 25 days in one year to be used at your discretion with management approval;nine (9) paid holidays;eligibility for health insurance the first of the month following thirty (30) days of servicewith choice of a PPO Plan or High Deductible Health Plan (with optional participation in a Health Savings Account) - both plans are contributory and cover the employee and his/her family;fully paid dental insurance covering the employee and his/her family, with eligibility the first of the first of the month following thirty (30) days of service;a dual pension system comprised of the Wisconsin Retirement Fund* and Federal Social Security (both of which are contributory);a fully paid Life Insurance Program* with coverage in the amount of the employee's annual salary adjusted to the next highest one thousand dollars, with the option for additional coverage;an educational reimbursement plan for the pursuit of job related courses including personal and professional training opportunities and professional organization memberships;voluntary benefit programs consisting of vision,Flexible Spending Benefits for Dependent Care and Medical Reimbursement, Section 457: Deferred Compensation, Treasury Direct Payroll Savings Plan for Savings Bonds, and other various benefits including, but not limited to, Employee Assistance Program (EAP), Employee Wellness Program, Armed Services Reserve Training, and Federal Loan Program. For more detailed benefit information click .
*The Wisconsin Retirement Fund and Life Insurance Program benefits are provided according to plan guidelines of the State of Wisconsin Department of Employee Trust Funds.