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Assistant Engineer, Traffic Management

LAND TRANSPORT AUTHORITY
Posted On :20 Feb 2018

 

Job Summary

  • Salary:   Undisclosed
  • Location: Singapore - Central
  • Work Type: Permanent / Full Time, Contract
  • Min. Education Level: Technical Certification
  • Field of Study: Not Applicable
  • Skills: Microstation CAD drawing, Microsoft Office Excel and Word, Multi-tasking, Team player, Interpersonal skills, Written and spoken communication skills, Class 3 driving license

Job Descriptions

Job no: 494249

Responsibilities:

  • You will be involved in site assessment/surveys/traffic counts to facilitate the evaluation of feedbacks/events/suggestion/proposal and develop traffic and road safety engineering plans.
  • You will assist to review and produce traffic schemes for approval.
  • You will also review traffic plans related to planned and operational changes to existing roads.

Requirements:

  • Diploma in Engineering or NITEC/Higher NITEC certificate in any technical discipline of studies
  • Competence in producing Microstation CAD drawing, Microsoft Office Excel and Word
  • Resourceful, independent and self-motivated with ability to multi-task in a fast-paced environment
  • A team player with good interpersonal, written and spoken communication skills
  • Preferably possess a Class 3 driving licence

Applications close:17 Feb 2018 Singapore Standard Time



About This Company

WHAT IF YOUR WORK COULD TRANSFORM THE WAY WE TRAVEL?

At LTA, we strive to improve the experience of everyday travel in Singapore while keeping a dynamic city on the move. We are paving the way for innovative forms of transport such as autonomous vehicles, and aspire to make walking, cycling and riding public transport a way of life.

If you’re looking for a career that offers you a chance to make a mark on Singapore’s rapidly changing land transport landscape, welcome aboard. To find out more about careers at LTA, visit www.lta.gov.sg/careers or www.careers.gov.sg.

 

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