Several positions are located throughout the state of Arizona. For more information, please feel free to contact Jim Diamond at JDiamond@azdot.gov
Transportation Construction Technician 3:
The Transportation Construction Technician 3 under the general direction of the Transportation Engineering Specialist. Performs journey level engineering duties in Construction Materials Testing. Performs materials sample preparation for the Construction Materials Proficiency Sample Program to meet the requirements of ADOT's Quality Assurance Plan. Maintains the ADOT Central Laboratory calibration and verification program to meet the requirements of ADOT's Quality Assurance Program. Inspection of ADOT approved laboratories to assure technicians and equipment meet ADOT and AASHTO test method criteria. Performs precise repair, maintenance, inspection and calibration materials testing equipment. Must perform standardization inspection statewide. Reviews and evaluates materials testing data to provide technical advice and assistance to laboratory personnel in reference to materials testing equipment operation, maintenance, calibration, inspections, and repair. Evaluates materials testing equipment to determine the cost-effectiveness of repair/refurbishing versus replacement. Assists in ensuring ADOT is in compliance with the Arizona Radiation Regulatory Agency licensing guidelines. Maintains accurate up-to-date files and records related to materials testing equipment calibrations, inspections, repairs, refurbishing, transport, etc. Maintains fixed assets inventory control and documentation. Performs complex electrical, mechanical, machining and welding repairs of materials testing equipment. Procures and maintains supplies to facilitate emergency equipment repairs as required.
Preferred Requirements: ATTI certification in any or all fields (Soils & Aggregates, Asphalt, Field); ACI certification in concrete strength testing and/or concrete field testing
Transportation Construction Technician 4:
The Transportation Construction Technician 4 serves as a lead technician, under the general supervision of the Senior Division Administrator or designated representative.
·Tracking and developing District measurement and metrics, assessing methods of best-capturing data to depict the ongoing improvements within the District, and displaying and documenting the findings accordingly
·Coordinating all activities associated with Safety within the District. This includes assisting Units in setting up and documenting safety meetings, coordinating the District Safety Stand-Down quarterly meetings, assisting Units with the purchase and use of safety equipment and supplies, partnering with the Regional Safety Coordinator, documenting all safety information in a central electronic location and coordinating all other safety needs as required. Examining source documents for data processing input and comparing those with specified standards
·Sorting, separating, and coding Construction and Maintenance data in accordance with established methods and format
·Drafting procedure flow charts or other logic diagrams to illustrate and communicate various data flow processes
·Gathering data on construction and maintenance samples data for computer input in order to receive precise calculations and perform the analysis required
·Gathering available data and fills in form sheets indicating the progress of engineering projects for the project control sheet
·Searching records and examines documents, maps, charts, and other materials and makes comparisons with computer input data