The Ingham County Road Department seeks a seasonal Engineering Assistant
The Ingham County Road Department seeks a seasonal Engineering Assistant. For more information, click here.
The Ingham County Road Department seeks an Engineering Technician II
The Ingham County Road Department seeks an Engineering Technician II. For more information, click here.
The Ionia County Road Commission seeks a mechanic
The Ionia County Road Commission is seeking qualified applicants for the position of Mechanic. Applicants should possess, at a minimum, a high school education or equivalent and at least five years of work related experience. Advanced training or experience in electronics and computer diagnostics is required. Previous work experience in the field of truck and heavy equipment maintenance is required. Certification and Class A CDL are desired.
Further details, along with the job description and application package, are available on our website at www.ioniacountyroads.org. Application packages can also be requested by calling our office at (616) 527-1700. Applications will be accepted until position is filled and posting is removed from our website. We are an EOE/AA employer with a drug-free workplace.
TO APPLY: You must complete the attached Application and Supplemental Questionnaire. Completed forms can be returned via email to email@example.com or via mail to Ionia County Road Commission, PO Box 76, Ionia, MI 48846.
Pay range is $14.28 to 22.40 hourly.
Click here to download an application package.
The Jackson County Department of Transportation has multiple employment opportunities
The Jackson County Department of Transportation has immediate openings for energetic and enthusiastic candidates to join a growing team of road professionals. The County counts itself as being one of the most innovative in Michigan in looking for new methods to design, build, and maintain roads. Ideal candidates would be team players with a positive attitude and have an aptitude for learning and growing.
Some of the duties of these positions include project management, plan development, surveying, construction inspection, and material testing to ensure compliance with contract specifications. These positions use computer software such as AutoCAD, Roadsoft, Microsoft Office, ArcGIS, and FieldBook, among others. Construction materials testing experience in asphalt and concrete is also beneficial.
Project Engineer qualifications include possession of a Bachelor’s Degree in Civil Engineering, or a related field, is required. Successful completion of the “Fundamentals of Engineering” (FE) exam is required within one year of hire date. Two to three years of experience (including internship experience) in civil engineering, construction inspection, surveying, design, drafting, etc.
Senior Engineering Technician qualifications include four or more years of experience in road construction and surveying along with a combination of formalized or specialized technical training and experience.
Engineering Technician qualifications include specialized training equivalent to first year college, technical, or trade school or equivalent coursework in basic civil drafting, surveying, construction materials, and mathematics.
Please visit our website and click on the employment link for more details and to apply at www.co.jackson.mi.us
The Road Commission of Kalamazoo County seeks applicants for multiple positions
The Road Commission of Kalamazoo county seeks applicants for multiple positions. For more information, click the links below:
Seasonal traffic regulator - position open until filled
Heavy duty mechanic - position open until filled
The Luce County Road Commission seeks a managing director
The Luce County Road Commission is seeking a qualified individual for the position of Managing Director. Applicants should have a Bachelor’s Degree from an accredited University in Civil Engineering, and registration as a Professional Engineer with the State of Michigan or an appropriate Bachelor’s Degree along with some equivalent experience in transportation management, maintenance, construction and engineering. Additionally, candidates should demonstrate six years increasingly responsible professional transportation/public works experience, four years of which must be at a supervisory level. An understanding of State and Local Government roadway issues is desired.
A demonstrated history of strong management skills including leadership, professional judgment, decision making, problem solving, inter-personal relationships, public relations, financial planning, negotiating and communication are essential. This position is highly responsible for directing and managing the operations of the Luce County Road Commission and serves under the direction of a three member Board of Road Commissioners.
Competitive salary and benefits are negotiable, depending on qualifications. Apply to Michael Aho, Board Vice-Chairman, Luce County Road Commission, PO Box 401, Newberry, MI 49868. Applications will be accepted until Friday, May 4, 2018.
The Road Commission is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
The Mecosta County Road Commission seeks a finance director
The Mecosta County Road Commission is seeking a qualified individual to fill the position of Finance Director. The Finance Director is an administrative position which includes performing and overseeing a variety of financial and accounting functions. Minimum qualifications include a degree in accounting preferable in the public sector. Ability to demonstrate solid understanding and knowledge of compliance regulations for organizations working within the public sector including accordance with generally accepted accounting principles (GAAP) and Government Account Standards Board (GASB) Pronouncements preferred. Considerable knowledge in financial planning and reporting; modern office practices and procedures including computer literacy required. A commitment to serving the agency and the public with integrity and professional diligence along with a valid driver’s license and the legal ability to work in the U.S. required. Pay will commensurate with qualifications and experience. Interested applicants should submit a complete resume including qualifications and salary history by April 30, 2018 to the Mecosta County Road Commission, 120 N. DeKrafft Avenue, Big Rapids, MI 49307, or email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Mecosta County Road Commission is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
The Monroe County Road Commission seeks a County Highway Engineer
The Monroe County Road Commission (MCRC) has a County Highway Engineer full-time job opening. Responsibilities include:
- Directs and manages the development and review of engineering plans, specifications and cost estimates for road commission heavy maintenance and construction projects involving roads, bridges, culverts and railroad crossing improvements.
- Oversees and coordinates the preparation of long- and short-term road and bridge improvement plans and identifies federal, state, private and local funding.
- Directly or indirectly oversees on-site field inspection monitoring of all engineering projects to assure conformance with plans and specifications and public safety guidelines.
- Coordinates and directs in conjunction with the Managing Director or his designees all phases of federally assisted construction projects including the development of new programs, securing federal or state funding, preparation of applications and compilation of reports.
- Prepares annual Act 51 Project Report and submits to the Department of Transportation.
- Establishes procedures and guidelines in accordance with state law for permits work within the public rights of way.
- Coordinates and makes various recommendations to the Department of Transportation [State and Federal] when appropriate.
- Recommends to the Managing Director or his/her designee, and the Board roadway design polices, guidelines and procedures for constructing and accepting new roads in to the public road system, and implements them as directed by the Managing Director or his/her designee and the Board.
- Reviews problems with Road Commission personnel, township officials, contractors and engineers and the public to assist them in finding solutions, which are most beneficial to all concerned.
- Attends seminars and meetings when approved and reads professional journals and magazines to keep abreast of new developments and techniques in road design and construction.
- May chair Monroe County Federal Aid Committee and may represent Road Commission at regional planning meetings
- Bachelor's degree from an accredited college or university in civil engineering or related field and five (5) years of progressively more responsible professional engineering experience.
- Registration as a Professional Engineer in the State of Michigan
- Valid driver license to operate vehicles in Michigan
This position may work forty (40) hours per week. The rate of pay will be from $70,000 to $76,000 per year, depending upon educational background and experience.
Applicants may apply in person or receive an application at www.mcrc-mi.org.
Send cover letter, resume and application to Human Resource Director, Monroe County Road Commission, 840 S. Telegraph Rd., Monroe, Michigan 48161 or e-mail to: email@example.com.
The Ottawa County Road Commission has the following openings
These positions are based out of our Grand Haven office. All positions require a good driving record. Job Descriptions and applications can be found online at http://www.ottawacorc.com EEO
Responsibilities include handling material, data entry, and verifying orders. Prefer experience in data entry and inventory management. This position will operate a forklift.
SPECIAL SERVICES AIDE
Responsibilities include conducting inspections for utility, commercial, and plat projects; enforcing permit standards, rules and requirements; and performing weighmaster functions. Prefer experience in road and utility construction, and reading construction plans.
Responsibilities include surveying, drafting and making computations, recordkeeping, inspection and material testing for road and bridge construction projects. Prefer prior experience in surveying, staking, or related area in a road commission or public works setting.
Responsibilities include surveying, planning, designing, and inspections of road and bridge projects; involves preparation of plans, specifications, estimates, proposals, contracts, and other related duties. AutoCAD experience is preferred. Position requires a Bachelor’s Degree in Civil Engineering.
The City of Saginaw seeks an Assistant City Engineer
The City of Saginaw seeks applicants for the position of Assistant City Engineer. For more information, click here.
The Washtenaw County Road Commission seeks a systems administrator
Washtenaw County Road Commission (WCRC) is seeking qualified candidates for the position of Systems Administrator. The successful candidate will manage the day-to-day information technology infrastructure supporting all WCRC operations. The ideal candidate will be someone who has shown progressive growth in their career and is customer-service driven, a strong communicator, proactive, innovative and tactical.
The successful candidate will be responsible for ensuring the continuity of business where technology is deployed. The Managed Service Provider (MSP) for WCRC has primary responsibility for the maintenance of desktops, servers and network infrastructure. This position is the onsite representative to oversee the installation/configuration, operation, engineering of project solutions, and provisioning and maintenance of systems hardware and software and related infrastructure. This individual participates in technical research and development to enable continuing innovation within the infrastructure. This individual ensures that system hardware, operating systems, software systems, and related procedures adhere to organizational values.
The successful candidate will possess the following qualifications:
Possession of a Bachelor’s degree from an ABET accredited university with a major in a technical discipline such as computer science, business information systems or related field.
A minimum of four (4) to six (6) years in a progressively growing role in system administration with experience in managing budgets for IT.
The salary range for this position is $60,000-$80,000 per year. WCRC offers a comprehensive benefits packing including, but not limited to:
Health Care Savings Program
Flexible Spending Accounts (FSA)
Eleven paid holidays
For more information and to apply, visit www.wcroads.org/about/employment
The Wexford County Road Commission seeks a truck driver
The Wexford County Road Commission, an Equal Opportunity Employer, will be taking job applications for full time Truck Drivers (Road Maintenance workers). Applicants must have clean driving record, ability to pass a drug test, current Class B CDL, with airbrakes, with no restrictions, and the ability to acquire Class A with airbrakes within a specified timeframe, Medical Card, able to lift 80 lbs., work overtime – including nights, weekends and holidays, perform summer and winter maintenance on all County and State roads (includes, tree cutting, mowing, patching, etc.), maintain and service trucks and other duties as assigned. Starting wages are $17.16 with incremental increases. Benefit package includes hybrid (401k type + pension) retirement, health insurance, paid holidays and more. Applications may be picked up at the Wexford County Road Commission, 85 W. M115, Boon, MI 49618, 6:00 am – 4:00 pm, Monday through Thursday or downloaded at www.wexfordcrc.org. Please mail your resume, cover letter and application to the above address or email to firstname.lastname@example.org. Applications must be received by May 3, 2018.