Help shape Wisconsin's transportation future by joining our engineering team!
WisDOT is currently seeking an experienced, highly technical Project Management Engineer (Civil Engineer-Transportation Advanced) to work with our team in an advanced engineering capacity. This position is in Madison, Wisconsin at the Hill Farms State Office Building (4822 Madison Yards Way).
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WisDOT is a great place to work! We offer amazing benefits that include a casual office atmosphere, flexible work schedules, ample vacation time, excellent health benefits, and an exceptional employee assistance program that offers a variety of programs and tools to help promote an employee’s wellness and health.
If you applied for this position in August/September 2018 you do not need to reapply to be considered.
Position Summary: This Project Management Engineer will:
Be responsible for leading various aspects of the development and implementation of the department’s project management methodology and software (Masterworks)
Possess and clearly exhibit the engineering methodology, policies, tools, supporting documentation, training and standards for managing transportation projects
Provide expertise to project managers statewide to complete projects from concept definition through construction
Support efficient and effective delivery of the department’s $1 billion highway construction program
Prior to any appointments for position(s) filled from this recruitment/announcement, candidates may be subject to a comprehensive criminal background check which may include FBI fingerprinting.
WisDOT does not sponsor work visas. Any appointment made will be contingent on the applicant being able to prove valid status to work in the United States.
WisDOT does not e-verify.
Candidates must possess a valid Wisconsin Professional Engineering registration.
Qualified candidates will have:
•Experience with transportation engineering and development process
•Experience working with automated systems that support transportation project delivery
How To Apply:
Apply online ! To apply, click “Log In” to access your existing account or to create a new account if you don’t have an account with Wisc.Jobs. Once you are logged in, click “Apply Now.” You will be asked to provide your personal information and attach a resume and certification. Your resume and letter of qualifications are very important parts of your application at DOT and are used during our evaluation process to determine your qualifications as they relate to the job. For instructions on developing your resume for your DOT application and what should be included in these materials, click here.
Permanent classified state employees who are eligible for consideration (transfer, voluntary demotion, or reinstatement) should complete the application process as described above by the stated deadline.
Questions regarding this recruitment can be directed to Pam Ghouse at Pamela.Ghouse@wisconsin.gov or call at (262) 548-5909.
Additional Salary Information: This position is in pay schedule and range 14-13. A twelve month probationary period will be required. Pay for current state employees or those with reinstatement eligibility will be set in accordance with the Wisconsin Compensation Plan.
Internal Number: JAC1802624
About Wisconsin Department of Transportation
WisDOT supports all forms of transportation. The department is responsible for planning, building and maintaining Wisconsin's network of state highways and Interstate highway system. The department shares the costs of building and operating county and local transportation systems - from highways to public transit and other modes. WisDOT plans, promotes and financially supports statewide air, rail and water transportation.
The department works closely with other state, federal and local agencies to meet changing and growing travel needs. Transportation impacts everyone and WisDOT is committed to providing the safest, most efficient and highest quality transportation services to best serve the needs of the state, its citizens and many visitors.
The department is made up of four executive offices and five divisions organized according to transportation function. WisDOT's main office is located in Madison, but the department maintains regional offices throughout the state as a way to preserve the local approach to transportation development and better serve customer needs.