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 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
Permit agent - position open until June 22, 2018
The Luce County Road Commission seeks a finance director
The Luce County Road Commission is seeking a qualified individual for the position of Finance Director. A Bachelor’s Degree from an accredited College or University in Accounting is highly desirable. Candidates with a Bachelor’s Degree in a business related field may also be considered, dependent on past experience. An understanding of state and local government transportation finance issues is desired.
The successful applicant shall have a demonstrated history of problem solving, public relations, financial planning and a firm understanding of budgets and the ability to develop budgets. Good negotiating and communication skills are essential. This position serves under the Managing Director and a three member Board of Road Commissioners.
Competitive salary and benefits are commensurate on qualifications. Apply to Robert Ottenhoff, Board Chairman, Luce County Road Commission, PO Box 401, Newberry, MI 49868. Applications will be accepted until Thursday, July 5th, 2018.
The Luce County Road Commission is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
The Manistee County Road Commission seeks an Equipment Mechanic
The Manistee County Road Commission will accept applications from qualified individuals for a full-time Equipment Mechanic with other duties as assigned.
Candidates must be certified (or have the ability to be certified within 119 calendar days of hire date) in gas engine, diesel engine, drive train, suspension, brakes, and electrical for trucks and must possess a valid Michigan driver’s license, have an excellent driving record and be able to pass new hire and random drug and alcohol screens, and be available to work extended hours.
Candidates must also possess a current CDL with A and N endorsements and air brakes and a medical card (or have the ability to have the CDL and endorsements and medical card within 119 calendar days of hire date).
Four (4) years of experience as a truck and construction equipment mechanic including welding and experience in engine electronic systems for modern equipment, and snowplowing experience is desirable.
Education requirements are a high school diploma/GED, or equivalent educational preparation.
The application and Equipment Mechanic job description may be downloaded from the Home Page at www.manisteecrc.org. Applications can be mailed or delivered to 8946 Chippewa Highway, Bear Lake, MI 49614 (between the hours of 7:00 AM and 3:30 PM Monday thru Friday), faxed to 231.889.0011 or emailed to email@example.com no later than 3:00 p.m., Thursday, June 28, 2018 or until the position is filled. Only candidates that submit a complete and signed application will be considered for the position.
No phone calls please
Manistee County Road Commission is an equal opportunity employer.
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 surveying, drafting and making computations, record keeping, 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.
The St. Joseph County Road Commission seeks a managing director
The Managing Director is the chief administrator of the St. Joseph County Road Commission, and reports directly to the Board of County Road Commissioners. Directs and supervises all functions including project planning/development, human resource management and labor relations/contract negotiation, fiscal management/budget control, physical plant management, and grievances and discipline.
Responsible for analyzing road construction and maintenance, and to conceptually forecast needs for the next 5 years. Must keep continually informed of new, as well as changes to existing, highway legislation and regulations, affecting Road Commission operations. Researches and makes recommendations for changes to road commission policies.
1. Supervises staff directly and through subordinate management staff to ensure a high level of service and the maintenance of Road Commission policies and specifications. Oversees personnel management functions of employment interviewing and selection, training, assigning job duties, scheduling and evaluating job performance.
2. Directs and monitors departmental budgeting and financial management activities. Identifies and ensures correction of problem areas.
3. Prepares agenda for and attends all Road Commission meetings to submit reports, provide advice and present pertinent data and information. Recommends policy, programs, and services to the Board, assists the Board in making policy decisions and informs the Board of pending issues to aid them in their policy determination and decision making process.
4. Implements board decisions including policies, provision of services, programs and financial objectives.
5. Collaborates and cooperates with various local, state and federal agencies concerning Road Commission matters. Regularly confers with other Road Commission representatives to resolve problems of mutual concern.
6. Responds to telephone contacts, email contacts, attends meeting with the public, contractors, news media, government officials and prepares letters, memoranda, as well as, other written communication regarding Road Commission operations.
7. Represents the interest of the Road Commission at the state and national levels. Represents the department to the public, speaking to civic groups, explaining Road Commission activities, and encouraging support for programs.
8. Negotiates and administers labor contracts, contracts for provision of services, procurement contracts and state and federal contracts.
9. Reviews and approves preliminary plat and plat construction plans and recommends final plat approval to the Commission.2018
10. Reviews and approves permits to construct within the road rights-of-way and recommends final approval to the Commission.
11. Assigns and schedules staff to projects and monitors staff activities to ensure a high level of service. Prioritizes work projects and assigns completion times.
12. Prepares bid proposal documents and specifications for contracted work.
13. Notifies utility companies of impending maintenance and construction projects throughout the County to coordinate relocation of utility lines, if necessary.
14. Daily chip seal quantities monitored.
15. Other duties as assigned.
Duties are not listed in order of priority. They are typical duties and responsibilities that may be performed by the person holding this position. Duties may be added, deleted, or modified at anytime. They are not an all-inclusive list of all job duties.
Education: Bachelor’s Degree in Engineering, Business Administration, Public Administration or related discipline.
Experience: 4 years experience in construction, engineering, or management in public works, road commission or similar organization.
Other Requirements: Computer skills including Microsoft office, strong organizational, planning, customer service and communication skills. Possession of a valid driver’s license.
FLSA Status: Exempt
The qualifications listed above are intended to represent the minimum skills and experience levels associated with performing the duties and responsibilities contained in this job description. The qualifications should not be viewed as expressing absolute employment or promotional standards, but as general guidelines that should be considered along with other job related selection or promotional criteria.
Walking over uneven terrain to Road Commission work sites.
Ability to access office files.
Ability to operate various office equipment.
Ability to enter and retrieve information from a computer.
Ability to access maps and other records and documents of the Commission.
This job requires the ability to perform the essential functions listed above. These include, but are not limited to, the above requirements. Reasonable accommodations will be made for otherwise qualified applicants unable to fulfill one or more of these requirements.
Working Conditions: Works in office conditions and travels throughout the County to Road Commission work sites and to other locations to attend meetings.
Application, resume and salary requirements accepted until June 27, 2018. Email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Van Buren County Road Commission seeks a mechanic / welder-fabricator
The Van Buren County Road Commission has immediate openings for experienced full-time Mechanic / Welder-Fabricators to fabricate, layout and weld various metal or material assemblies, and welding repair of the various units of equipment comprising the Road Commission’s fleet.
The ideal candidate will be skilled in welding and fabrication, as well as general vehicle maintenance operations. In addition, the ideal candidate shall have a working knowledge of equipment and tools including, but not limited to diagnostic equipment, truck lifts, MIG, TIG, and gas welding, mechanic tools, etc.
This position requires the ability to obtain a CDL Class A with a tanker (N) endorsement. Three to five years of experience in fabrication and welding is preferred. High school education (GED or equivalent) is required. Must be available to be on call, and to work extended hours.
Mail resumes to Van Buren County Road Commission, Post Office Box 156, Lawrence, MI 49064, or email to JillBrien@vbcrc.org by June 28, 2018. Equal Opportunity Employer.