Electronic Toll Maintenance Technician - Grade 15

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This title exists in Bridge Authority and has approximately 10 positions.

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Salary Information for Electronic Toll Maintenance Technician
Title Grade Hiring Rate/yr Job Rate/yr
15 (salary information not available)

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Job Duties

As an Electronic Toll Maintenance Technician,  you would install, modify, troubleshoot, maintain and repair complex electronic toll collection and audit systems and equipment; install, maintain, repair, overhaul, test and/or modify various ITS elements such as Dynamic Message Signs, the Highway Advisory Radio System, Traffic Data Systems, Weather Information Systems, Closed Circuit Television Cameras and traffic control warning signs; install, maintain, repair, overhaul, test and/or modify various other equipment such as electronic time clocks, network ethernet data converters, switches and hubs, operate a variety of technician hand tools and electronic test equipment such as multimeters, oscilloscopes, radio frequency (RF) power meters, fiber optic light meters and visual fault locators; complete administrative paperwork as necessary to document work; maintain tour-of-duty records and prepare reports in connection with maintenance activities; and requisition supplies and spare and replacement parts.  NOTE: You may be required to perform work while on ladders up to 14 feet high, on lift platforms 25-30 feet high, and on buckets attached to trucks up to 65 feet high. You will also need to climb stairs to work on large over-the-road VMS signs up to 20 feet and you may be required to work on catwalks under and on structures over bridges, climb stairs over open water and/or work on the top of 20 foot high toll canopies. You will be required to park on the shoulder of the highway in order to access roadside devices, working next to free-flowing traffic passing at highway speeds that can exceed 65 mph. You will be required to work in all types of conditions, including inclement weather such as extreme wind, cold and heat as well as rain and snow storms. YOU WILL ALSO BE REQUIRED TO WORK IN SMALL DIAMETER TUNNELS AND OTHER RESTRICTIVE SPACES.

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