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Verra Mobility is a global leader in smart mobility. A combination of the global capabilities and talents of American Traffic Solutions (ATS), Highway Toll Administration (HTA), and Euro Parking Collection (EPC), the company develops technology-enabled solutions that help the world move safely and easily. Verra Mobility fosters the development of safe cities, working with police departments and municipalities by operating more than 4,000 red-light, speed, and school bus stop arm safety cameras in more than 200 jurisdictions across North America. The company also creates smart roadways, serving the world's largest commercial fleets and rental car companies to manage tolling transactions and violations for more than 8.5 million vehicles. Verra Mobility is a leading provider of connected systems, processing nearly 165 million transactions each year through connectivity with more than 50 individual tolling authorities and more than 400 issuing authorities. Arizona-based Verra Mobility Corp. currently operates in 15 countries and in 22 languages.
Focused on solutions that help the world move safely and easily, Verra Mobility builds safe cities, smart roadways, and the connected systems that tie them together. The company is constantly looking toward the future, ensuring it creates relevant solutions today that will work tomorrow. Seeking to understand new customers, regions, and businesses that will shape tomorrow’s smart mobility experiences, Verra Mobility strives to ensure more people around the world reach their destination safely and easily. Keeping its core principles front and center, Verra Mobility is fueled by relationships, driven by impact, guided by what’s right, and energized by what’s next.
Verra Mobility Corporation is a rapidly-growing, entrepreneurial company that operates with a people-first philosophy and approach. The company lives by its core values—Do What’s Right, Lead with Grace, Win Together, and Own It—in everything it does for its customers and team members. The company seeks to grow aggressively, both organically and through acquisition, to continue to be the undisputed market leader with these five core competencies: bias for action, customer focus, teamwork, drive for results, and commitment to excellence.
The Field Service Technician will be responsible for installing, re-locating, repairing, and maintaining digital Photo Enforcement solutions for municipal Public Safety programs. The Technician must ensure equipment maintains strict standards related to up-time and performance. Field Service Technicians are also responsible for troubleshooting issues and responding to time-sensitive requests. Technicians must be able to work independently or at the direction of a supervisor to identify and resolve system performance issues related to equipment/radar/camera configurations, vandalism, environmental factors, equipment deficiencies, or other factors.
Approximately 90% of work is outdoors or driving with a) periodic on call work outside normal business hours, b) occasional travel, and c) periodic overtime and/or night work.
Work Environment: A Field Technician will be regularly exposed to outside weather conditions year-round, such as wet and/or humid environments, cold and/or heat, dusty and noisy work environments. Noise levels will typically be moderate to moderately loud. Technicians regularly work near moving traffic and occasional night work with reduced visibility. Some weekend and overtime work may be required. Working at heights from a ladder may be required. Field Technicians frequently work alone and must have knowledge of personal and construction safety practices on traffic work zone projects.
The position requires an Associate's Degree or relevant Technical Institute certificate or equivalent in a technical field (engineering or computer science) or related work experience.
The following physical demands are representative of what a field technician may encounter in the field and are essential functions of the position.
You will be involved primarily with field work on roadside sites involving long-term standing and perhaps repetitive motions. You must have the ability to stand or sit for long periods of time and to perform strenuous physical labor under adverse field conditions. Field Technicians must have the ability to use your hands to handle, finger or feel; reach, climb or balance; crouch, stoop, crawl, kneel and sit. Frequent ladder use is required with the ability to climb, descend, balance and work safely at heights on ladders for long periods at time.
Field Technicians must have the ability to see including close, distance and peripheral vision, depth vision and ability to focus. Field Technicians must not have any limitations that would reduce their ability to drive a vehicle safely to job sites.
Field Technicians will regularly lift and/or maneuver awkward equipment up to 75 pounds from vehicle and ground, regularly lift and handle awkward equipment up to 25 pounds up and down a ladder and occasionally carry and handle equipment 45 pounds up and down a ladder.
Field employees may be asked to wear protective equipment while in the field which can include reflective gear, work boots, safety glasses, and hard hats. The physical demands and work environment characteristics described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
Aligned with Verra Mobility Values
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