Are you a professional engineer interested in asset management and looking for an opportunity to work for the State of Wisconsin? Read more to find out about becoming a Maintenance Engineer for the Bureau of Highway Maintenance!
The WI Department of Transportation (WisDOT), Division of Transportation System Development (DTSD) is seeking an interested and qualified individual to fill the Maintenance Engineer (Civil Engineer Transportation Advanced) vacancy in the Bureau of Highway Maintenance.
This full-time position is headquartered in Madison, WI.
WisDOT is a great place to work! In addition to meaningful and rewarding work, we offer a competitive benefits package featuring:
- Substantial leave time including at least 3.5 weeks of vacation to start, 9 paid holidays, and 130 hours of sick time that roll over each year.
- Excellent and affordable health, vision, and dental benefits (health plan options start at just $39/month for single plans and $97/month for family plans after two months of employment)
- A casual office atmosphere, flexible work schedules, and telework options depending on the position’s requirements
- An exceptional pension plan with employer match and lifetime retirement payment, plus an optional tax advantaged 457 retirement savings plan
- Well Wisconsin Wellness Program
- A free and confidential employee assistance program that offers employees and their immediate family dependents a variety of tools, resources, and professional consultation services to support their health, goals, and overall well-being
- In addition to our generous employee benefits, we strive for inclusivity and celebrate different religious holidays and cultural observances and provide flexibility for utilizing paid time off for such celebrations. For more information on WisDOT you can visit our website by clicking here.
The Wisconsin Department of Transportation is an organization dedicated to creating transportation solutions through innovation and exceptional service. We are committed to fostering an environment rooted in Integrity, Diversity, Excellence, and Accountability. Click here to learn more about how we apply these values in our work.
Every day, WisDOT’s Division of Transportation System Development plays the leading role in the upkeep and improvement of nearly 12,000 miles of state highways and bridges used by millions of people. You’ll find that behind every barrel is a dedicated team from a wide array of backgrounds including engineering, planning, environmental services, public outreach, real estate, finance and many more. It can be a challenging job, but we think you’ll find it’s an awfully rewarding one, too.
We’re looking for detail-oriented critical thinkers to help deliver a quality program to build, improve and maintain transportation infrastructure throughout the state. We encourage anyone at any point in any career to take a look at WisDOT opportunities and give some thought to how your skills and resume line up. Having a good attitude, a willingness to learn and a passion for creating lasting, impactful work will go a long way here. It’s a big system with lots of opportunity and responsibilities.
Are you up for it? At WisDOT, you can Build the Future – NOW.
This position involves monitoring and evaluating highway maintenance programs to help assure uniformity and consistency in the implementation of departmental policy, programs, and goals. This position requires extensive communication and coordination with the five DTSD regional offices, other WisDOT bureaus and divisions, other state agencies, the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA), legislators, county highway departments, businesses, and the public. The responsibilities of this position require independent professional judgment and highly technical expertise.
This position manages asset management programs for the bureau, such as the Culvert Asset Management Program (CAMP) and the Salt Shed Asset Management program. Management of these programs include tracking condition, location, and inspection cycles for these assets. This position will use GIS applications and work with others in the bureau to make updates/improvements to tools used in the program areas.
This position also manages the Performance-Based Maintenance (PBM) and Discretionary Maintenance Agreement (DMA) programs for the bureau. This includes tracking and managing program budgets, region projects, and allocating funds to the regions.
This position prepares, writes, edits, publishes, and maintains the performance-based maintenance sections within the Department of Transportation Highway Maintenance Manual (HMM). This includes leading and facilitating other authors through the development of new and revision of existing HMM chapters.
This position is in schedule-range 14-13 with an annual salary of $88,296 to $106,808, plus excellent benefits. Plus, an additional $2,080 per year for a Professional Engineer License. A twelve month probationary period is required. Pay for current state employees will be set in accordance with the Wisconsin State Compensation Plan.
WisDOT does not sponsor work visas. Any appointment made will be contingent on the applicant being able to prove valid status to work in the United States. WisDOT is not an E-verify employer.
Prior to any appointments for position(s) filled from this announcement, candidates may be subject to a comprehensive criminal background check which may include FBI fingerprinting.
Certain positions within this Department may allow remote/work from home flexibility for a portion of their work schedule, depending on the needs of the position and the work unit. This topic and any remote work flexibility that may be available will be discussed in more detail in the interview process. For permanent positions that allow remote work flexibility, Wisconsin residency is not required. However, it is not anticipated that working outside of Wisconsin (or bordering cities) will be allowed because positions may at times need to report to office locations in Wisconsin on short notice.
Qualified applicants will have:
A valid Professional Engineering registration and be able to obtain a Wisconsin PE registration within 3 months if PE registration is from another state
How To Apply
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Your application materials are very important parts of your application and are used during our evaluation process to determine your qualifications as they relate to the job. For instructions on how to develop and what should be included in these materials, click here. For more information on the basics of the selection process and how the State of WI ensures fair and equitable treatment of all applicants, click here. The vast majority of applicants are able to outline their background and experience in their resume in 1-3 pages. Any resumes submitted with more than 10 pages will not be considered after page 10. If this job posting requires a letter of qualifications, the same limit applies.
Permanent classified state employees who are eligible for consideration (transfer or voluntary demotion) should complete the application process as described above by the stated deadline.
Submitted materials will be evaluated by a panel of job experts and the most qualified applicants will be invited to participate in the next step of the selection process. Questions related to the job and how to apply can be directed to Allie Strullmyer at (608) 267-7946 or firstname.lastname@example.org. For general wisc.jobs user information and technical assistance, please see the wisc.jobs Frequently Asked Questions page.
Deadline to Apply
Applications will be reviewed on a bi-weekly basis until the position is filled. The first application review deadline is on Monday, February 5th at 11:59pm.
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