Safety & DriveCam Specialist

Posted: 04/07/2024

Knowledge and Experience:

  • Minimum 2 years’ technical computer experience required, specific to video file transfer experience.
  • Minimum 2 years’ transportation experience preferred.
  • Methods and techniques of assessing surveillance system failures and implementing corrective measures.
  • Methods and techniques of surveillance trending analysis.
  • Must be able to view video footage over extended periods of time.
  • Must have the ability to prepare and present programs and presentations.
  • Methods and techniques of preserving data in mitigating spoliation of evidence.
  • Strong and proven interpersonal skills are essential. Must have excellent verbal and written communication skills. Must have exceptional presentation skills with experience in operating a database, word processing software, spreadsheet, and a graphics package.
  • Establishing and maintaining effective working relationships with the Agency; CapMetro Officials in the course of work including the general public.



  • Work well as part of a team
  • Possess excellent communication and interpersonal skills
  • Fluent in English with excellent written and verbal communication skills
  • Exercise good judgment and creativity in decision-making
  • Interact professionally with all levels of KTA employees, client representatives, and community members
  • Knowledge of Microsoft Office applications

 Key Accountabilities:  

  • Connecting the data transfer cable from the laptop computer to the coach surveillance to be downloaded.
  • Observing the data transfer process for possible malfunctions. Troubleshooting the malfunction and making appropriate corrections.
  • Downloading captured events as needed and, when permitted, on the scene during an accident.
  • Identifying surveillance system needs.
  • Interpreting and explaining surveillance system processes and procedures.
  • Monitoring surveillance systems program performance and recommending adjustments.
  • Issuing Observation Notices for disciplinary purposes when appropriate.
  • Confirming the identity of the employee driving the coach using daily run sheets, operator history, extra-board sheets, paddles/runs, and ID recognition.
  • Performing investigations as needed of customer comments and complaints with Coach Operators involved in incidents. This may include observing photographs, the coach, the scene, and other relevant factors.
  • Analyzing and grading downloaded captured events daily. Any item(s) that are marked as serious will be brought to the Safety Surveillance Systems Manager for immediate action.
  • Assisting with the viewing, documenting, and downloading of accidents and incidents of any and all coach camera system
  • Perform other duties as needed