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Michigan Department of Transportation Transportation Tech 8-E10 Materials amp; Testing in Portage, Michigan

divParticipate in and oversee the following: Construction and quality control inspection activities designed to ensure that highways, bridges, and allied transportation facilities are constructed to the plans and specifications contained in contractual construction agreements. Review and document project records for adherence to standards. Perform engineering technical support activities, including materials testing, inspection, and compliance. Ensure right of way permit activities are performed and are completed consistently within standards and specifications. Design technical and/or automated drafting activities in such specialized areas as engineering, electrical, right-of-way, cartography, or architecture for the purpose of laying out and preparing drawings of new or existing facilities, roadways, bridges, property and maps. Traffic technical activities designed to enhance highway safety and user efficiency through the collection, analysis, and application of traffic and highway safety data and principles to specific traffic control, signing, signaling and marking situations. Perform surveying technical work of a variety of surveying activities that provide assistance in the surveying of roads, building sites, bridges, environmental sites, and determination of land boundaries under the guidance of a professional surveyor.a href="https://mcsc.state.mi.us/AgencyPDFs/SWRMTttPD.docx"Position Description/aEducation/divdivPossession of an Associate's degree in concrete technology, civil technology, construction technology, surveying technology, construction management, mathematics, or computer science./divdiv/divdivExperience/divdivTransportation Technician 8/divdivNo specific type or amount is required./divdiv/divdivTransportation Technician 9/divdivOne year of experience equivalent to a Transportation Technician 8./divdiv/divdivTransportation Technician E10/divdivTwo years of experience equivalent to a Transportation Technician, including one year equivalent to a Transportation Technician 9./divdiv/divdivAlternate Education and Experience/divdivTransportation Technician 8 - 12Possession of a Bachelor's degree or higher in an Applied Science or Science with 16 semester hours (24 term) credits in job specific or related course work qualifies for the Transportation Technician E10 level.ORCompletion of 60 semester (90 term) credits including 24 semester (36 term) credits in any combination of course work in the following areas: structures, materials, soils, hydrology, surveying, design, bituminous, concrete, aggregate, chemistry, physics, geology, environmental science, computer science, highway or traffic technology, construction management, engineering, or mathematics may be substituted for the associate's degree.ORFour years of technician level experience consisting of quality control inspections, drafting, materials and testing, surveying, or traffic may be substituted for the Associate's degree./divdivORCurrent certification in bituminous (hot mix), concrete, density testing, or aggregate gradation and one year of related field experience may be substituted for the associate's degree.ORCurrent certification in bituminous (hot mix), concrete, density testing, or aggregate gradation and three years experience equivalent to a Transportation Maintenance Worker 9 may be substituted for the associate's degree.ORCurrent certification in bituminous (hot mix), concr

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