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Lane Closure Technician (LCT)

Job Summary

Allteck is currently seeking a Lane Closure Technician (LCT) who will be supporting our Lower Mainland projects.

Location: Surrey, Port Coquitlam, Coquitlam, Burnaby, Vancouver, North Vancouver, West Vancouver

Job Type: Full Time


  • Responsible for the safe and courteous movement of vehicles and personnel
  • Setting-up traffic control zones
  • Controlling traffic in construction zones
  • Adjusting work zone equipment
  • Responding to emergency situations and hazards
  • Knowledge and understanding of Traffic Management Plans and the Traffic Control Manual for Work on Roadways as developed by the Ministry of Transportation and Infrastructure
  • Knowledge of the requirements of the British Columbia Motor Vehicle Act and Regulations related to traffic control
  • Working and coordinating with other Traffic Control Persons (TCP’s) onsite

Skills & Abilities

  • Ability to set up lanes that flow and provide safety to customers and team members
  • Effective verbal communication skills and the ability to work under pressure while remaining professional
  • Construction experience is an asset
  • A positive attitude and willingness to work as a part of a team
  • Ability to work in a fast-paced environment
  • A safety conscious demeanor and willingness to adhere to company safety policies, practices, and procedures

Education, Training & Experience

  • Valid BCCSA Traffic Control Person Ticket
  • Valid Class 5 Driver’s Licence in Good Standing
  • One-year previous experience as a Lane Closure Technician (LCT)
  • A reliable personal vehicle to travel to various job sites is required

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Thanks and good luck on the job hunt!

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