Econolite® is an innovator of Intelligent Transportation System (ITS) solutions, products, and services. Our technology is helping save lives and making the Smart City a reality. If you want to be at the forefront of this intelligent technology revolution, we want to talk to you about being part of our team. Econolite is committed to employing the best talent that will make significant contributions to building a safer, connected world.
Econolite’s ITS solutions ease traffic congestion, provide safer mobility, and improve quality of life. As the one-stop-shop leader for traffic management systems, sensor products, and services, Econolite is committed to the advancement of connected and autonomous vehicles, smart cities, and cybersecurity.
The Anaheim Engineering team is a group of traffic and technology professionals with diverse domain knowledge and a shared passion to deliver innovative products and services for the traffic/transportation industry. The role of the Senior SQA Traffic Engineer is to create and enforce specifications, processes, and methods to improve the development and testing of Econolite’s Controller and Detection products and related services and prevent deficiencies in these offerings. The Senior SQA Traffic Engineer is responsible for helping make decisions on the release readiness of Controller and Detection products and related software releases.
Provide technical input to software development and product design, based upon traffic engineering concepts and field deployment practices
Establish and maintain traffic/transportation standards and methodologies within the SQA department
Create and execute test plans and test cases for all software/firmware for Controller and Detection products
Perform risk analysis and define test efforts based on risk
Assist software development teams with software and design-level validation for traffic-related product features
Collaborate with software development teams on the improvement of and adherence to software development processes
Other duties as assigned.
A Bachelor’s degree in Civil Engineering, Computer Science, Electrical Engineering, or equivalent work experience
Professional Engineer (PE) license desired; PTOE certification a strong plus
5+ years of experience in traffic engineering or ITS engineering
Fluency in the concepts presented in the Signal Timing Manual, MUTCD, and NTCIP
Experience working with live traffic signal equipment (cabinets/controllers/detectors), software development, and network communications technologies is highly desirable
Basic Python programming fundamentals and basic shell scripting skills a definite plus
Ability to think analytically and solve complex problems
Excellent written and verbal communication skills (public speaking and presentation skills)