Additional Salary Information:Salary based on education and experience
Applicant Pool:If another department
vacancy occurs in this job title within six months, the same applicant pool may
be used for the selection.
Special Information:Filling positions in Bozeman, Butte, Three Forks and Anaconda. Varied Shifts & Typically 40 hour work weeks will be offered but not guaranteed. Overtime may be available.
A valid Montana drivers license is required. Drivers record will be verified.
Driver's Records Check: Successful applicants will be required to sign a release form which authorizes the Department to obtain the applicant's permanent driving records. Compliance with Montana Admin. R. 2.6.201, "State Vehicle Use and MDT Policy #3-0134, Addendum to Rick Management and Tort Defense Division State Vehicle Use Policy are a condition of employment.
Applicants will be screened based on their ability to concisely and clearly describe their qualifications and experience
Successful applicant(s) will be subject to:
Driving Record Check
Duties:These positions serves as a Field Project Technician within the District and is responsible for applying various inspection, sampling, and testing procedures to verify that construction project features and materials conform with standard specifications, Department requirements, and contract agreements. This position is also responsible for assisting with staking and surveying logistics and performing a variety of other duties as assigned.
Competencies:These positions involve significant physical demands related to repeated lifting of up to 50 pounds (and occasionally greater weights); carrying survey equipment over rough terrain, climbing and bending to retrieve samples; and operating gas, diesel, and electrically powered equipment. These positions may require a significant amount of overtime during construction season (often on short notice, weekends, and holidays) and extensive travel to assigned field locations working outdoors in all types of weather.
Education/Experience:The required Knowledge, Skills and Abilities are typically acquired through a combination of education and experience equivalent to a high school diploma, including coursework in algebra, geometry, or trigonometry. Education and experience in engineering and/or construction desirable but not required.