Traffic Signal Technician

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Job Description

Yunex Traffic is an innovative partner to agencies in their transformation, combining existing infrastructure with forward-looking technology that meets tomorrow’s needs. We at Yunex Traffic help make public agencies more intuitive by providing a path to a digital transportation ecosystem, connected, and integrated and deliver solutions in the areas of Central and Adaptive Control, Advanced Traffic Management System (ATMS), Connected Vehicle solutions (V2I) and Mobility-as-a-Service.

A Traffic Signal Technician is responsible for the maintenance, repair, installation, and ongoing operation of traffic signals, ITS (Intelligent Transportation Systems) electrical equipment, and fiber optic equipment in accordance with all applicable plans, specifications, codes, and industry standards. This position will be based in Orlando, FL.

Qualified applicants will have excellent troubleshooting skills working with a wide range of traffic signal, and ITS electrical equipment. This position works independently and as part of a team to provide optimum levels of service to Yunex Traffic customers.

At Yunex Traffic, our mission is to make life better for people – positively impacting the quality of life for millions of drivers by making traffic flow efficiently and safely.


Installing, repairing, and maintaining traffic signal and ITS systems
Servicing traffic signal and fiber equipment by checking, testing, splicing, and replacing faulty components such as LED modules, electronic traffic components, cables, loop detector, switches, and fixtures.
Installing, troubleshooting, and repairing CCTV and MVDS units and DMS signs.
Installation of traffic signal, fiber optic and streetlight cable
Receive and follow direction from superintendent(s) and Project Manager(s) on miscellaneous tasks that are needed throughout the shift.

Job Requirements


High School Diploma or GED equivalency is required.
Minimum 3-5 years of recent, verifiable experience as a Traffic Signal Technician
Current license as Journeyman Electrician can be substituted for experience as Traffic Signal Technician
Ability to read and interpret documents such as safety rules, operating and maintenance instructions, traffic signal plans/specifications and procedure manuals.
Must have a valid driver's license and clean driving record.
Must be able to move supplies and equipment of up to 75 lbs.
Must be able to work independently and as part of a team.
Must be able and willing to work at heights typically associated with repair, installation, and maintenance of traffic signals and streetlights.
Must be able to pass a DOT (Department of Transportation) physical exam and drug test.
May be required to get bucket truck operator certification.
Ability to effectively prioritize and execute tasks in a high-pressure environment
IMSA Level I or II Traffic Signal Technician Certification preferred
IMSA Work Zone Safety Certification or equivalent (FDOT TTC) preferred


Additional Information

Why Yunex Traffic?

Competitive compensation.
Excellent health, vision, and dental plans.
All employees receive Life Insurance, Short-Term and Long-Term Disability coverage.
Competitive 401k plan with Employer matching.
Educational assistance available.
Career development and Product Training.

Qualified Applicants must be legally authorized for employment in the United States. Qualified Applicants will not require employer sponsored work authorization now or in the future for employment in the United States.

Equal Employment Opportunity Statement

Yunex Traffic is an Equal Opportunity and Affirmative Action Employer encouraging diversity in the workplace. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to their race, color, creed, religion, national origin, citizenship status, ancestry, sex, age, physical or mental disability unrelated to ability, marital status, family responsibilities, pregnancy, genetic information, sexual orientation, gender expression, gender identity, transgender, sex stereotyping, order of protection status, protected veteran or military status, or an unfavorable discharge from military service, and other categories protected by federal, state or local law.