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Principal Engineer (Traffic Signal Technologies)


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Traffic Engineering Technology & Systems; Engineering & Technology; Infrastructure Management and Delivery; Brisbane

The position is accountable for a diverse range of activities, including but not limited to the following:

• Provide authoritative traffic signal technologies engineering advice to senior staff and internal and external stakeholders.

• Develop technical policies, standards and guidelines for Queensland in the domain of ITS and system infrastructure which support the implementation of inter-operable road and transport based ITS applications.

• Assist with the execution of the professional development for Engineers, Technologists and staff, by contributing to professional direction and guidance to team and individual development.

• Manage and participate in multi-disciplinary project teams delivering ITS and system projects, including contract management, to ensure that projects are delivered within time, cost and quality dimensions to internal and external clients.

• Represent Transport and Main Roads on relevant external committees at State and National levels relating to infrastructure, traffic management and present papers in transport related forums.

• Provide assistance to Branch management on a broad range of ITS infrastructure matters as encountered by the Branch and/or as directed

• Ensure all project activities fully support employment equity, ethical practice and workplace health and safety.

• Perform research and development activities in a range of technologies that will further develop ITS and Traffic system products.

• Contribute to strategic and business planning processes.

This position reports to the Principal Technician

Mandatory requirements:

• A four-year, Washington Accord accredited, Bachelor of Engineering (Discipline) or equivalence which is assessed/accepted by Engineers Australia against Washington Accord benchmarks.

• Registration as a Registered Professional Engineer of Queensland (RPEQ) in one of the following three areas of engineering:

o Electrical

o Information, Technology and Telecommunications

o Information, Telecommunications and Electronics

• Current holder of car driver's licence.

Intrastate and interstate travel may be required.

Key capabilities required for the role:

• Leads strategically - Thinks critically and acts on the broader purpose of the system

• Stimulates ideas and innovation - Gathers insights and embraces new ideas and innovation to inform future practice

• Leads and communicates change in complex environments - Embraces change and leads with focus and optimism in an environment of complexity and ambiguity

• Makes insightful decisions-Makes considered, ethical and courageous decisions based on insight into the broader context

• Develops and mobilises talent - Strengthens and mobilises the unique talents and capabilities of the workforc

• Builds enduring relationships - Builds and sustains relationships to enable the collaborative delivery of customer-focused outcome

• Inspires teams and others -Inspires others by driving clarity, engagement and a sense of purpose

• Drives accountability and outcomes - Demonstrates accountability for the execution and quality of results through professionalism, persistence and transpareny

• Fosters healthy and inclusive workplaces - Fosters an inclusive workplace where health, safety and wellbeing is promoted and prioritised

Please see Role Description for more information

Applications to remain current for 12 months

Job Ad Reference: QLD/363885/21

Closing Date: Wednesday 24 February 2021