County Road Association of Michigan
County Road Association of Michigan
  • About CRAM
  • Legislative Activities
  • Events
  • Media Center
  • Road Commissions
  • Associate Members
  • Bid Information
  • Frequently Asked Questions
  • Permit Information
  • Seasonal Weight Restrictions
  • Related Links
  • Welcome to the CRAM Job Opening Page.


    This page lists job openings that have been forwarded by our member road commissions. If you have a question related to a job opening on this page, please contact the road commission posting the ad.
    If you have questions related to this page, please contact Kristi Pena at 517.482.1189 ext. 412, or by e-mail.



    The County Road Association of Michigan is seeking an intern for Fall 2014 Semester:

    The County Road Association of Michigan (CRA) is seeking an intern for Fall 2014 semester.  The intern will assist in organizing, coordinating and some marketing activities for special events that deliver professional development for our members.  These events may include workshops, conferences, and in particular our February 2015 Highway Conference. 

    Click here to learn how to apply for this internship.

     
    The Calhoun and Jackson County Departments of Transportation are seeking a Managing Director:

    This position is a collaborative opportunity to provide leadership to the Jackson and Calhoun County Departments of Transportation.  Under the direction of the Jackson County Administrator/Controller and Calhoun County Administrator, manages all activities of the Jackson and Calhoun County Departments of Transportation, including financial, road design, construction and maintenance of roads, and the equipment and real estate buildings maintained by the departments.  Recommends policies and procedures to county administration and ensures implementation of approved policies and procedures.  Represents both Departments of Transportation to other governmental entities and various public groups.

    Qualified candidates must have a Bachelor’s Degree in Public Administration, Business Administration, Engineering, Transportation/Urban planning or related field or relevant combination of education and experience will be considered.  Master’s degree preferred.  Candidates must have at least eight (8) years of management/supervisory experience in road construction and maintenance, civil engineering or a related field, preferably in a unionized setting.  Previous Public Works or Road Commission operational experience is preferred.  Must possess excellent interpersonal skills and an outstanding track record of service delivery.  Must possess a valid vehicle operator’s license.

    Salary Range:  $86,007 - $100,437 dependent on qualifications and experience.

    Candidates may apply on-line at www.co.jackson.mi.us/jobs, or through e-mail at jobs@co.jackson.mi.us, or mail application and resume to Jackson County, Human Resources Dept., 120 W. Michigan Ave., Jackson, MI  49201, or fax to 517-788-4404.

    Questions regarding this posting may be directed to Joni Johnson, Deputy Director of Human Resources with Jackson County at jjohnson@co.jackson.mi.us

    Position Open Until Filled.  EOE

     
    The Hillsdale County Road Commission is seeking applicants for Project Engineer or Traffic Safety Director:

    Applications for a Project Engineer or Traffic Safety Director will be accepted until Monday, September 15, 2014, at the Hillsdale County Road Commission office located at the corner of M-99 and Steamburg Road, Hillsdale. Note: One or the other will be filled, not both. Both positions are full-time, non-exempt hourly positions. The project engineer position requires experience and expertise in planning, designing, & inspecting road and bridge construction, as well as all phases of traffic safety engineering. The traffic safety director position requires experience and expertise in all phases of traffic sign and pavement marking maintenance, as well as knowledge to serve as safety coordinator for employee safety program (workers comp) to assure compliance with employer safety guidelines and MIOSHA regulations and to enforce safety rules. Both positions require the following: an organized, efficient self-starter, ability to meet deadlines, work with minimal supervision, demonstrated expertise in utilization of word processing and spreadsheet software & ability to communicate effectively with the public and government officials. For the project engineer position, a Bachelor of Science degree in civil engineering with minimum of 5 years of satisfactory, continuous similar work, with experience in local government work and knowledge of MOOT federal-aid process a plus. Professional engineer's license or ability to obtain same within 2 years required. For the traffic safety director position, an Associates degree in a related field preferred or a minimum of high school graduation/GED with minimum of 5 years of satisfactory, continuous work doing similar work in a safety related field. Advanced training/education a plus. Apply in person between 6:30 a.m-3:30 p.m. Monday-Thursday. An Equal Opportunity Employer.

     
    The St. Clair County Road Commission is seeking applicants for Engineer I, II, III:

    The St. Clair County Road Commission currently is accepting applications for the positions of an Engineer I, Engineer II, and Engineer III. Complete job descriptions for each of the advertised positions detailing job duties and specifications can be found on our website. 

    The ideal Engineer I candidate must have a Bachelor’s degree in Civil Engineering with two years experience, and should have knowledge of CADD system, surveying equipment, testing equipment, drafting procedures, and roadway design.

    The ideal Engineer II candidate must be currently licensed as a Registered Professional Engineer and have four years experience in the civil engineering field, and must have knowledge of CADD System and roadway design.

    The ideal Engineer III candidate must be currently licensed as a Registered Professional Engineer and have six years experience in the civil engineering field, and must have the ability to communicate effectively with management, department heads, staff personnel, and the general public.

    Applications and resumes’ will be accepted through September 15, 2014. Applications are available at 21 Airport Drive, St. Clair, MI 48079, or at our website www.sccrc-roads.org. Please send to the attention of the H/R Department. Drug test required. Equal Opportunity Employer.

     
    The Cheboygan County Road Commission is seeking applicants for Managing Director:

    The Cheboygan County Road Commission is seeking candidates for the position of Managing Director.  Under the direction of the County Road Commissioners, the Managing Director supervises all functions including project planning and development, human resource management, union labor relations, contract negotiation, fiscal management, budget control, and must have knowledge of road and bridge construction.  The ideal candidate should have extensive knowledge of Act 51, and a good understanding of local, state, and federal highway financing, and must possess strong public relation skills in dealing with employees, townships, cities, state and federal government officials and the business community.

    A Bachelor’s Degree in public/business administration, civil engineering or closely related field is preferred, with five years of public works/transportation experience. With extensive managerial expertise in the public sector.  Must possess a valid driver’s license.  Must possess computer skills.

    Salary and benefit package is commensurate with experience and education. Please send resume and salary requirements to the Cheboygan County Road Commission, 5302 S. Straits Hwy., Indian River, MI 49749, or email.  Full job description can be requested by email or downloaded here.

    No phone calls please.

    Application deadline is Wednesday, September 17, 2014 by 3:00 p.m.

    The Cheboygan County Road Commission is located in the Northeastern Lower Peninsula.  The Road Commission has jurisdiction over 223 miles of primary, 907 miles of local roads and 312 lane miles under contract with MDOT. It employs 37, with an annual operating budget of $6.5 million.

    An Equal Opportunity Employer.

     
    The Ionia County Road Commission is seeking applicants for a Transportation Maintenance Worker:

    The Ionia County Road Commission is currently seeking candidates for Transportation Maintenance Worker.  You will be responsible for all types of road maintenance activities including equipment operation and manual labor.  Heavy equipment experience is helpful.  Qualifications include a Michigan CDL class A with air brakes, Motor Carrier physical certification card, and the ability to pass a drug test.  License endorsements of “N” & “T” are preferred.  Overtime is required as necessary during inclement weather and emergencies.

    We offer a competitive salary and fringe benefit package.  To apply - call the Ionia County Road Commission at (616) 527-1700 to request an application package.  Completed packages must be returned no later than 4:00 p.m. on Wednesday, September 24.  We are an EOE/AA employer with a drug-free workplace.

     
    The City of Saginaw is seeking applicants for an Engineering Assistant:

    Click here for more information about this job. Applications will be accepted until 5pm on Friday, September 26, 2014.

     
    The Tuscola County Road Commission is seeking applicants for a Diesel Mechanic:

    The Tuscola County Road Commission, an Equal Opportunity Employer, is seeking qualified candidates to fill the position of Diesel Mechanic.  Qualified candidates must be experienced in heavy truck repair, hydraulics, welding, and fabrication.  Detroit Diesel DD13/Series 60 experience preferred.  Michigan Master Heavy Duty Truck Mechanic Certification, a Class A CDL with “N” endorsement, and a valid medical card are required for employment.  Apply at Tuscola County Road Commission, 1733 S. Mertz Rd., Caro, MI  48723 by September 29, 2014.

     
    The Antrim County Road Commission is seeking applicants for an Engineering Technician:

    The Antrim County Road Commission is taking applications for an Engineering Technician. The successful candidate shall have education/training equivalent to an Associate's Degree in Civil Engineering or a related field or previous related experience is required. Knowledge of and/or skills in drafting, surveying, civil engineering/construction methods and techniques, safety best practices, surveying, road design, construction inspection, materials testing, including skill in the use of all associated field and lab equipment, gauges and tools, AutoCAD and related computer software and systems. Valid Michigan driver's license, satisfactory driving record, and the ability to maintain one throughout employment is required. Excellent wage and benefits package. A full job description and applications can be found at www.antrimcrc.org or at our office at 319 E Lincoln, Mancelona.

     
    The Calhoun County Road Department is seeking applicants for Road Workers:

    The Calhoun County Road Department is currently accepting applications for full time road workers. Candidates must possess a high school diploma or equivalent, valid Michigan Driver’s License, DOT Physical Card, and CDL Class B with Air Brakes (Class A preferred). Two years driving experience with heavy equipment preferred.

    More information can be found by clicking here.

     
    Grand Traverse County Road Commission is seeking applicants for an Engineering Technician:

    Grand Traverse County Road Commission is seeking a full-time Engineering Technician. Qualifications include a combination of four years between related experience in utilizing civil engineering principles, practice in a municipal setting, preparing road project cost estimates, CAD, MERL, Field Manager, RoadSoft and Microsoft Office and specialized training. A high school diploma/GED is required, but an engineering degree and/or supervisory experience are preferred.  Candidate must be able to effective communicate complex technical data to multiple audiences. Job description and application are available at our offices, 1881 LaFranier Road, Traverse City, MI 49696 or online and will be accepted until the position is filled.  EEO/ADA

     
    Jackson County is accepting application for Design & Construction Engineer:

    Download job information here.

     
    The Midland County Road Commission is seeking applicants for Engineering Technician:

    The Engineering Technician shall assist the Engineering Department in the area of the preparation of construction and maintenance plans for the highways and drains, using information provided by the survey crews and utility companies. Requirements include an Associate's Degree in an Engineering related field and work experience in transportation or engineering related field. Must be organized and multi-task oriented with capability of controlling and organizing high levels of work activity. Must have excellent computer skills and have working knowledge of AutoCAD Civil 3D software. Possess, or be willing to acquire, Soil Erosion and Sedimentation Control/Storm Water Management certification. Must have experience in dealing with members of the public in a calm, cool and collected fashion. Send resume to: Midland County Road Commission, Attention: Human Resources, 2334 N. Meridian Road, Sanford, MI 48657 or email to Brenda@midlandroads.com. Resumes will be accepted until position is filled. The Midland County Road Commission is an equal opportunity employer.

     
    The Midland County Road Commission is seeking applicants for Engineering Assistant (temporary full time position):

    The Engineering Assistant shall assist the Engineering Department in the area of the preparation of construction and maintenance plans for the highways and drains. They shall also assist in field data collection and field operations for construction projects. Requirements include High School graduate of equivalent. Interest in Civil Engineering preferred. Must have minimum 1 year experience with AutoCAD R14 or higher. Must be aware of surroundings while working in and around traffic. Send resume to: Midland County Road Commission, Attention: Human Resources, 2334 N. Meridian Road, Sanford, MI 48657 or email to Brenda@midlandroads.com. Resumes will be accepted until position is filled. The Midland County Road Commission is an equal opportunity employer.

     
    The Oakland County Road Commission is seeking applicants for Engineering Technician II:

    The Oakland County Road Commission is seeking applicants for Engineering Technician II in our Traffic Safety Division.

    Duties: Performs a broad range of activities related to traffic engineering including: review of commercial driveway permit applications and preliminary plats for proper geometrics, traffic signing, and access lane requirements. Investigates requests for additional traffic controls, including regulatory, warning, or guide signing: Plan preparation and field inspection of signing and pavement marking for construction projects. Reviews traffic accident locations; Prepares traffic control orders and resolutions for board approval. Proficiency in Auto-Cad is desirable. Perform duties in a professional and courteous manner to promote a positive image of the Road Commission for Oakland County.

    Special Experience/Education: This position requires a high school diploma or equivalent with knowledge in algebra and geometry sufficient to perform calculations related to assigned duties. Drafting skills required. A minimum of three (3) years of technical experience commensurate with the duties described above is required.

    Contact: Sonja L. Mathis, Email

     
    The Washtenaw County Road Commission is seeking applicants for Assistant Superintendent of Maintenance:

    The Washtenaw County Road Commission is seeking candidates for the position of Assistant Superintendent of Maintenance. Employees in this job are responsible for and supervise the operations for the maintenance of roads and highways under the jurisdiction and responsibility of the Washtenaw County Road Commission. The employee works within Commission guidelines, collective bargaining agreements, regulations, policies, and procedures. The work requires knowledge of road and highway maintenance, personnel policies and procedures, and supervisory techniques. Performs related or additional work as required. The ideal candidate should meet the following requirements: Eight (8) years in a road and/or highway maintenance occupation, three (3) of which are in a supervisory capacity.  Equivalent combinations of education and experience that provide the required knowledge, skills, and abilities will be evaluated on an individual basis; Possession of a high school diploma or equivalent; Must have a valid driver’s license.

    Salary and benefit package is commensurate with experience and education.

    Please submit resume and salary requirements to:
    Washtenaw County Road Commission
    555 N Zeeb Road
    Ann Arbor, MI 48103
    Attn: Nicole Van Horn, HR Manager
    Email

    Full job description can be reviewed at www.wcroads.org. No phone calls please. If desired, must request confidentiality. EOE/VPE.

     
    The Washtenaw County Road Commission is seeking applicants for Superintendent of Maintenance:

    The Washtenaw County Road Commission is seeking candidates for the position of Superintendent of Maintenance. Employees in this job are responsible for and supervise the operations for the maintenance of roads and highways under the jurisdiction and responsibility of the Washtenaw County Road Commission. The employee works within Commission guidelines, collective bargaining agreements, regulations, policies, and procedures. The work requires knowledge of road and highway maintenance, personnel policies and procedures, and supervisory techniques. Performs related or additional work as required. The ideal candidate should meet the following requirements: Ten (10) years in a road and/or highway maintenance occupation, six (6) of which are in a supervisory capacity.  Equivalent combinations of education and experience that provide the required knowledge, skills, and abilities will be evaluated on an individual basis; Possession of a high school diploma or equivalent; Must have a valid driver’s license.

    Salary and benefit package is commensurate with experience and education.

    Please submit resume and salary requirements to:
    Washtenaw County Road Commission
    555 N Zeeb Road
    Ann Arbor, MI 48103
    Attn: Nicole Van Horn, HR Manager
    Email

    Full job description can be reviewed at www.wcroads.org. No phone calls please. If desired, must request confidentiality. EOE/VPE.

     
    The Washtenaw County Road Commission is seeking applicants for Signal Electrician:

    The Washtenaw County Road Commission is seeking candidates for the position of Signal Electrician. Employees in this job perform assistance and guidance to signal technicians with the installation, diagnosis, repair and maintenance of electrical and electronic signal equipment for the Traffic & Safety Section of the Engineering Department in accordance with Road Commission procedures and regulations. Other work includes the development and inspection of new traffic signal installations. The ideal candidate should meet the following requirements: Graduation from an accredited electrical or electronic trade school or its equivalent. A minimum of two (2) years’ experience in the installation, maintenance, and repair of electrical traffic control devices. Possession of a valid commercial driver’s license (CDL) class A. Possession of a journeyman electrician license. Possession of the International Municipal Signal Association (IMSA) Traffic Signal Certification Level II or the ability to obtain this certification within the 90 day probationary period.

    Please submit letter of interest and resume to:
    Washtenaw County Road Commission
    555 N Zeeb Road
    Ann Arbor, MI 48103
    Attn: Nicole Van Horn, HR Manager
    Email

     

     


    Michigan's county road agencies are working to improve roads to accommodate
    commercial vehicles, but increasing costs and declining
    revenues delay these costly improvements. To learn more about
    county road agency's funding needs, click here
    .






    Questions or suggestions? Click here to e-mail us
    Copyright 2009-13 County Road Association of Michigan, all rights reserved.

    Click it or Ticket Drink and Drive You Lose Look Listen & Learn