US Government, 045-WYDOT-Chief Engineer - District Construction
- Full Time
The Wyoming Department of Transportation (WYDOT) is now seeking a full-time Construction and Field Survey Technician located in Kemmerer, Wyoming.
Kemmerer is home of the original J.C. Penney store! The area is known for two great, family-friendly annual events – the FossilFest and the Oyster Ridge Music Festival, which is Wyoming’s largest free music fest. Nearby Fossil Butte National Monument offers the opportunity to view fossils, fossil excavation, and hiking. For those who want to explore more, Kemmerer is a short two-hour drive to Salt Lake City. Wyoming is one of seven states with no state income tax.
Under limited supervision, the Construction and Field Survey Technician will perform various duties, including surveys and inspections on preliminary designs and construction projects, and conduct material testing to provide a safe, high-quality, and efficient transportation system for the State of Wyoming.
This position offers:
- Culture of public service and a commitment to work/life balance
- Health, Dental, and Vision Insurance
- State Retirement plan and additional savings opportunities (deferred compensation)
- Paid vacation, sick leave, and holidays
Human Resource Contact: Terra Poling email@example.com 307-352-3048
ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS: The listed functions are illustrative only and are not intended to describe every function which may be performed at the job level.
- Inspects construction projects.
- Prepare, review, maintain, and file construction project records, estimates, and reports.
- Perform topographic surveys.
- Conducts aggregate gradation testing, density testing for earthwork and surfacing, and concrete testing.
- Performs survey tasks such as driving stakes, hubs, holding tapes, hold the rod, and instrument operation.
- Performs minor surveying computations such as slopes, areas, volumes, cuts, fills, etc.
- Inspects pipe backfill and fill construction.
- Inspects paving operations to ensure compliance with plans and specifications.
- Performs minor engineering computations such as areas, volumes, material spread rates, etc.
- Tests, samples, and reports materials proposed to be used in construction projects.
- Reviews and learns test methods, manuals, and procedures.
- Performs basic engineering calculations.
- Performs testing and sampling on bridges and roadways for analysis.
- Reviews and learns traffic control methods, manuals, and procedures.
- Sets up, maintains, and removes a safe traffic control plan under live traffic conditions.
- Maintains traffic control devices in the field; performs traffic control duties.
- Assist in the investigation of existing roadways for forensic study.
- Assists in gathering samples, providing a safe working zone, flagging, etc.
- Ensures that proper equipment and supplies are loaded and in good working condition.
- Performs more complex lab tests of samples and documents results for QA/QC purposes.
- Serves as a technical resource for other employees; attends and completes all designated training sessions to maintain required certifications, performs inspections.
- Communicates both internally and externally regarding project information and courses of action/consequences on smaller projects.
- Oversee smaller projects and/or components of larger projects.
- Assists in permitting processes to obtain water, gravel, plant site, and surveying agreements and aids in the renewal and file maintenance of these agreements.