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Highway Operations Technician
Location: Several positions available statewide.
Salary: $12.00 – 18.00 per hour

For more information please visit www.azstatejobs.gov or contact Jim Diamond at JDiamond@azdot.gov.

Highway Operations Worker: Entry level position for the Highway Operations Technician series. The scope of the duties and basic tasks to be learned include; operation of motorized vehicles and equipment, pavement care, and preservation, landscape care and preservation, roadside shoulder restoration and repairs, signing and striping, delivery of equipment and materials, environmental compliance, vehicle and equipment care.

Highway Operations Tech 1: The apprentice classification for the series. Will be trained to perform more advanced duties which include; operation of motorized vehicles and equipment, pavement care and preservation, landscape care and preservation, roadside shoulder restoration and repairs, signing and striping, delivery of equipment and materials, environmental compliance, vehicle and equipment care.

Highway Operations Tech 2: The entry journey classification for the series. Responsible for performing a broad scope of intermediate level highway operational duties and/or lead responsibilities. Some duties and basic tasks include; operation of motorized vehicles and equipment, pavement care and preservation, landscape care and preservation, roadside shoulder restoration and repairs, signing and striping, delivery of equipment and materials, environmental compliance, vehicle and equipment care.

Highway Operations Tech 3: The full journey classification for the series.

Commercial Driver’s License (CDL)

Highway Operations Workers must obtain their Arizona CDL (Class “A”) permit within 90 days from the date of hire and a Arizona Class “A” CDL for a manual transmission (no automatic only restriction) 6 months of hire. For Highway Operations Tech 1-3, an Arizona Class “A” CDL for a manual transmission (no automatic only restriction) and a (N) tanker endorsement is required prior to the start date. Based on the assigned area additional endorsements may be required.

Posted on: Thursday, May 24, 2018
This listing expires on: Saturday, June 30, 2018

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