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Transportation Research Development Engineer, MnDOT
The Minnesota Department of Transportation is hiring two engineers to support local and state transportation professionals in the development of research and implementation projects that advance transportation practice in the state of Minnesota. These positions (one temporary, one permanent) will provide technical assistance to MnDOT's Transportation Research Innovation Group (TRIG), as well as the Minnesota Local Road Research Board (LRRB).
- Minnesota licensed professional civil engineer or ability to obtain licensure through reciprocity
- Experience with project management
- Familiarity with transportation research
How to Apply
For more information and to apply online, please visit careers.mn.gov and search for job IDs 26057 and 26850. Application deadline is October 24, 2018, or until filled.
Student Worker, MnDOT Traffic Management
MnDOT Metro District has two student worker positions in the MnDOT Regional Traffic Management Center (RTMC). This position offers students an opportunity to work in the operations center, which includes using cameras to locate incidents and confirm location and severity, deploying overhead sign boards, and dispatching of MnDOT FIRST units. Work hours will be part-time day hours during the school year, including weekends and AM & PM shifts. Full-time hours may be available during semester or summer breaks.
To be eligible to apply, you MUST be a student currently enrolled, or enrolled within three months in a post-secondary or graduate school taking a minimum of 6 semester credits or 9 quarter credits. Verification of enrollment will be required.
- Must be able to work year around
- Excellent written and verbal communication skills
- Good organizational skills and the ability to handle multiple tasks at once
- A positive attitude and the ability to work well either as part of a team or independently.
Preference will be given to those applicants who are pursuing a degree in civil engineering, urban planning, geography, communications, a Geographic Information Systems (GIS) program, or related field.
How to Apply
To apply, visit the Minnesota Careers website and search for job ID 20973. Applications are due October 8.