Traffic Control Job Opportunities
All U.S. Traffic Control Services applicants must provide proof that they meet the following list of qualifications at minimum. It is the right of USTC to refuse employment of any applicant who does not meet these minimum requirements.
-You MUST pass a drug screen and background check prior to employment.
-You MUST have valid driver’s license and clean driving record for a minimum of three years.
-You MUST be a minimum of 21 years of age.
– Sound knowledge of state traffic regulations.
-Proven experience working as a flagger.
-Be able to work in all weather conditions and tolerate varying climates of heat, cold, and rain.
-Be able to stand throughout your entire shift, hand and arm movement is required.
-Be able to lift 50 pounds and stand for extended periods of time.
Traffic Control Flagger Role
If you have at least one year of experience working in a professional traffic control environment, please fill out this inquiry form. No phone calls, please.
Setup, maintain, and remove temporary work zones including warning signs, traffic cones, stop slow paddles, and rumble strips.
-Communicating with other flaggers using hand-held radios to direct two-way traffic onto a single lane.
-Informing the tree crews of any traffic issues that may affect their safety.
-Using hand signals and direction signs to direct traffic around road construction sites.
-Read and comprehend Wilhelm’s safety manual and employee handbook to comply with policies.
-Communicate to ensure that automobiles and pedestrians do not interfere with or pose a danger to laborers and their projects.
– Appropriately positioning warning and detour signs around project locations.
Traffic Control Supervisor Role
If you have at least one year of experience in Traffic Control Site Management, please fill out this form. No phone calls, please.
- Oversee & maintain all typical applications in accordance with the M.U.T.C.D.
- MUST be ATSSA Traffic Control Supervisor Certified.
- Preferred 10 yrs. experience in accordance with MUTCD.
- Oversee daily receipts, logs, and other payroll components.
- Manage multiple crews and supervisors at a time to ensure all safety and work zones are in compliance with M.U.T.C.D.
- Read and comprehend USTC safety manual and employee handbook to comply with policies and ensure employees are following them.
- Communicate to ensure that automobiles and pedestrians do not interfere with or pose a danger to laborers and their projects.
- Other job duties as assigned.
- Communicate schedule to employees and ensure they show up to the proper project location at the correct times.
- Ability to coach and train employees.
- Ability to hold employees accountable through corrective steps.