TransCore (TCI), a subsidiary of Roper Technologies, Inc. (NYSE: ROP) is seeking ITS Technician I (PM) to join our team in Tampa, FL.
Perform preventive maintenance on Intelligent Transportation System devices on various Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT), County, and City contracts and customer equipment. This job may include any aspect of preventive maintenance actions including: troubleshooting and repair of electronic equipment, systems, and wiring; installation of equipment; upgrades, modifications, programming; and documentation. This is a hands-on role and the qualified candidate must be capable of determining the most effective means to performing preventive maintenance to maximize efficiency.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities include the following. Other duties may be assigned.
- Installation, preventive and corrective maintenance of equipment to include PC based computers, video surveillance equipment, network communications equipment, radio equipment, Close Circuit Television (CCTV) and Microwave Vehicle Detection System (MVDS) units, and Dynamic Message Signs (DMS).
- Completes reports, logs and performs shift-to-shift communications in accordance with established policies, procedures and local practices.
- Responds to corrective maintenance requests or alarms within an acceptable time frame.
- Diagnoses and repairs hardware, software, and system issues
- Reports the technical status of the system with accuracy and completeness.
- Restores equipment to operational status as quickly as possible.
- Isolation of faults in units or components
- Field test of units or components; tests devices to ensure they work correctly.
- Maintenance of spare equipment and parts following established procedures.
Required Skills & Experience:
- Basic computer and networking experience
- FDOT approved MOT certification
- Knowledge of how to request and preform Utility Locates
Desired Skills & Experience:
- CDL Class B license.
- Ability to operate mini excavators, tracked loaders, and other construction equipment.
- International Motorsports Association (IMSA) Traffic Signal I Certification.
- High School diploma or general education degree (GED) required. One-year Certificate from college or technical school or equivalent military training and experience desired.