The Cape Cod Commission is a Regional Land Use Planning and Regulatory Agency as well as a Metropolitan Planning Organization, serving the County of Barnstable, Massachusetts and the fifteen communities therein. The Transportation Program is seeking up to three qualified undergraduate or graduate students to work as Summer Traffic Technicians to implement the County’s Summer Traffic Counting Program.
The Positions will:
- Begin late-May 2019 and end late August 2019;
- Be part-time positions, not to exceed 37.5 hours per week;
- Offer $16 per hour of work.
The Technicians Will:
- Set up traffic counters and collect and process data collected from counters;
- Manage the traffic count database;
- Assist in the Regional Transportation Planning Process;
- Conduct turning movement counts at selected Cape Cod intersections; and
- Conduct assessments of roadway pavement conditions.
- Have completed at least one full year of technical courses related to the position prior to the start date (e.g. engineering, transportation planning, etc.) preferred;
- Be familiar with Microsoft Windows, Office, spreadsheet/database programs, and Geographic Information Systems (preferred);
- Possess a valid driver’s license and have access to a reliable vehicle to perform field work away from the office (mileage reimbursed by the Commission); and
- Be able to lift small objects of up to approximately 30 pounds.
Apply on line at barnstablecounty.org by February 28, 2019 and include a resume and list of relevant courses completed or transcript.
Applicants selected for an interview will contacted by email. EOE/ADA