Detailed Foreman skilled in planning, assigning and directing work tasks. Team-oriented individual with strong commitment to maintaining safe, clean job sites. Dedicated to quality and clear communication.
•Assists with planning, directing, assigning and supervising the work performed by crews of Highway Maintainers and contractors on an assigned section of highway.
•Traverses varying terrain supervising and performing tasks that intermittently involve heavy physical labor such as drainage construction, building and equipment maintenance/ repair, and general road maintenance.
•Supervises and performs routine highway maintenance activities under adverse conditions with exposure to high-speed traffic, hazardous materials, inclement weather, extreme temperatures, and during disaster situations, to ensure the safety of the traveling public.
•Provides required year round maintenance of state roadways to assure safe and secure mobility for residents, visitors and commerce.
•Assists in maintaining and tracking time and attendance records, performance data, and provides other bookkeeping and business reporting functions as required. •Assists in the hiring of equipment and operator personnel for various maintenance activities during winter snow removal and summer construction.
•Assists in directing and planning highway maintenance functions including plowing and spreading of abrasives and/or chemicals based on varying weather, traffic and geographic conditions, in accordance with all safety and Departmental policies.
•Ensures adherence to all regulatory requirements related to safety, environmental and industry standards, and Department policies.
•Consults, implements and adheres to regulatory requirements related to safety, environmental and industry standards.
•Monitors display wall visually to obtain traffic management information.
•Enters and processes traffic management information into the designated systems following agency policies and procedures.
•Communicates with other TMC operators and supervisors to coordinate traffic management activities.
•Monitors and documents real-time traffic flow data from multiple sources.
•Operates camera and scans multiple monitors to monitor, verify, and diagnose traffic events.
•Monitors and evaluates environmental conditions and RWIS (Roadway Weather Information Systems).
•Communicates progress, changes and on-going data through the use of multi-channel telephone and radio headset to communicate to other NHDOT Employees, other TMC Operators, TMC Supervisors, interagency traffic management personnel, and the public about traffic management and traffic events.
•Operates, services and performs field adjustments and emergency repairs to all heavy equipment and trucks of 36,000 GVWR or larger, tractors with loaders and backhoes, and related highway equipment.
•Operates graders on construction shaping sub-grades to drain, cutting ditches and shaping low back slopes; spreading and compacting surface gravel as well as road mixed bituminous material for surface treatment; plows snow and cuts ice for pavement and ditches.
•Operates heavy trucks to spread salt and sand in winter and sand during the summer for re-surfacing treatment.
•Supervises trains, and reviews the work of assigned crews, entry level building and road laborers, and contracted equipment that perform facility and/or highway maintenance, operations support, and special projects.
•Observes winter storm road conditions, independently determines appropriate action for plowing and spreading of abrasives and/or chemicals for mitigation of specific weather, traffic and/or geographic conditions based on Department safety and environmental policies.
•Traverses varying terrain supervising and performing tasks that intermittently involve heavy physical labor such as drainage construction, building and equipment maintenance/ repair, and general road maintenance. This includes the ability to lift/carry material weighing up to 50 lbs on an intermittent basis.
•Performs routine highway maintenance activities under adverse conditions with exposure to high-speed traffic, hazardous materials, inclement weather, extreme temperatures, and during disaster situations, to ensure the safety of the traveling public.
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