Traffic Control Supervisor

United Infrastructure Group, Inc.
(UIG) is hiring road and bridge construction managers, superintendents, engineers, accounting, and administrative staff to complete a couple of major design-build highway and bridge infrastructure projects in the greater Charlotte region, as well as other design-build and bid-build transportation work throughout the Carolinas ranging in size from $50M to $400M.
The initial assignments will last 3 to 4 years, include full benefits and allowances, have generous performance incentives, provide ample growth opportunities, and lead to many long-term career opportunities.
Several positions are immediately available and others will phase in over the next 6 months.
Basic requirements and/or characteristics that are most desirable include: recent and relevant experience (with NCDOT and SCDOT a plus), college degree, professional certifications a plus, highly motivated attitude, strong leadership skills, high moral/ethical standards, great safety and quality record, team player that is genuinely interested in well-being of others, confident and organized, innovative and technically savvy, engaged in the construction industry (such as AGC and ARTBA), recommendations from prior clients and employers, etc.
Applications for the following positions are currently being accepted:

Traffic Control Supervisor
Requirements - 3 Years Experience in work zone traffic control, High School Diploma or GED, NCDOT Experience, Certified Traffic Control Supervisor Preferred, Ability to perform strenuous work on uneven ground in varying weather conditions, days, nights and weekends
Duties - Install, maintain, and remove traffic control devices, closures, shifts, and flagging operations with minimal supervision; Read, understand, and implement traffic control plans; Maintain detailed written and photographic records; etc.

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