Website State of Arizona
Are you interested in an environment where leaders foster a culture based on respect for people and continuous improvement? ADOT leaders model a collaborative, problem solving, and coaching based culture focused on employee engagement and development. Leaders are accountable, transparent, and communicative as they sustain an inclusive, diverse, and safe environment. ADOT leaders are visible and present, demonstrating: We are One ADOT
- Research, analyze, interpret, recommend changes to, and implement highway construction standards and procedures, including standard specifications and drawings, project plans and special provisions, relevant safety, environmental, and local-government standards, and highway construction materials, equipment and standard practices.
- Evaluate progress of highway construction projects, review material sampling and testing project inspection and contract payments. Confer with internal and external agencies to resolve conflicts at lowest level possible, escalate as needed. Write, track and implement contract supplemental agreements as needed. Ensure that contractor complies with all applicable safety and environmental standards.
- Supervise field office staff including hiring, performance appraisals, coaching, promotions and other personnel actions, including disciplinary actions. Schedule training, work assignments, promoting and enforcing safety, manage field office budget, vehicle fleet, information technology equipment, other fixed assets and expendables.
- Participate and represent the field office, district, division at ADOT meetings, conferences, seminars and other information presentation, problem-solving and/or decision-making sessions.
- Research, analysis, and interpretation of a wide range of highly technical highway construction standards and procedures including, but not limited to, fiber optic and communication networks, installation, inspection, and/or testing and Traffic Management Systems
- Development and implementation or appropriate field office priorities and procedures related to highway construction material sampling end testing, project inspection, and contract administration
- Communicate clearly and concisely with a wide range of professional and governmental representatives and the public
- Federal, State, ADOT and relevant local standards pertaining to highway construction, environmental protection, public relations, safety, personnel supervision, procurement, vehicle operation and fixed-asset management
- Effective verbal and written communication
- Work management and leadership
- Ability to coach and develop employees, including continuous improvement practices and principles
- Principles and practices of civil engineering applied to construction of the state highway system
Company: State of Arizona
Vacancy Type: Full Time
Job Location: Tucson, AZ, US
Application Deadline: N/A