Additional Locations: Cincinnati, OH Indianpolis, IN
Primary Locations: OH, Richfield, 3900 Kinross Lakes Parkway, Suite 100, 44286
Requisition ID: 166568
The ideal Traffic Safety Flagger would be dedicated to safety and have keen observation skills to monitor the flow of traffic around utility construction sites. The Flagger responsibilities include informing motorists of possible detour routes, reporting disobedient drivers to law enforcement officials, and answering motorists’ questions. The Flagger would also be the point of contact and direct emergency vehicles safely through construction zones as required. In this position you must possess excellent communication skills in order to work effectively as part of a team. Ultimately, the best Traffic Safety Flagger demonstrates sound knowledge of company, state, and federal traffic regulations and compliance.
Using accurate hand signals and strategically placing direction signs to direct traffic safely around or through utility construction sites
Effectively communicating with other flaggers using hand-held devices to direct two-way traffic safely.
Proactively informing the construction crew of any traffic issues that may affect their safety.
Actively sets up barricades and traffic cones along construction work sites to establish “work zones”
Coordinated removal of all signs, barricades, and traffic cones upon completion of construction work
Assist the utility construction crew in the removal of rubble, debris, and hazardous materials.
Assists in installing telecommunication fixtures.
Assists line crew with setting poles and filling anchor holes by using a shovel or pick-ax.
Clears undergrowth from right-of-way by using hand tools or saws. Piles debris to clear a path.
Performs general clean-up of job sites following completion of work.
Record and document the license plate numbers of all motorist who neglect to obey traffic signs and or verbal directions
Valid driver's license with MVR report meeting all DRG guidelines
Certified or ability to be certified through the American Traffic Safety Services Association (ATSSA).
Sound knowledge and understanding of state traffic regulations
The ability to stand for extended periods of time
Ability to work as part of a team
This is an outdoor position and you will work in types of weather conditions
Excellent organization skills with a heightened awareness to your surroundings
Effective communication skills
Provide leadership support and solve problems as they occur.
Comfortable working and thinking around high volumes of traffic at different speeds
We are proud to be an Equal Employment Opportunity and Affirmative Action employer. As a service provider, our success depends upon our ability to attract and retain qualified personnel, regardless of their age, race, color, religion, gender, national origin, disability, sexual orientation, gender identity, military or veteran status, or other protected characteristics as established by federal, state or local law.
Employment Type: Permanent
Job Type: Full Time
Travel Expectations: Up to 75%