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#WorkForUsWednesday – July 20, 2016

For this week’s #WorkForUsWednesday, we have several different positions that cover a number of different UDOT departments. They’re primarily located in region one and the UDOT complex.

UDOT’s mission is to innovate transportation solutions that strengthen Utah’s economy and enhance quality of life. Come join a workforce of over 1,600 employees who all work hard to keep Utah moving.

  • Recruitment #09184 – Port of Entry Agent (Motor Carrier Spec), Echo Port of Entry, Opens 7/13/16, Closes 7/28/16
  • Recruitment #09290 – Property Manager (Right of Way Agent II), Complex – Right of Way, Opens 7/15/16, Closes 7/26/16
  • Recruitment #09309 – Training Coordinator (Trainer III), TL with benefits, Complex – Training, Opens 7/15/16, Closes7/26/16
  • Recruitment #09283 – HPMS Data and Research Analyst (Research Analyst), TL with benefits, Complex – Asset Management, Opens 7/15/16, Closes 7/26/16
  • Recruitment #09337 – Land Surveyor, Region 1 – Ogden, Opens 07/19/2016, Closes 08/01/2016
  • Recruitment #09359 – Transportation Technician II, Region 1 – Bothwell, Opens 07/19/2016, Closes 07/26/2016
  • Recruitment #09352 – GIS Analyst, Complex – Program Development, Opens 07/19/2016, Closes 08/01/2016

Visit the Utah State Jobs website for more information on the specific job roles and to actually apply for these position. Simply filter the search criteria by department to (810) Department of Transportation, and you’ll be on your way.

We hope to see you proudly wearing UDOT orange soon.

#WorkForUsWednesday – July 13, 2016

Another #WorkForUsWednesday here at UDOT, with six more job openings. UDOT’s mission is to innovate transportation solutions that strengthen Utah’s economy and enhance quality of life. Come join a workforce of over 1,600 employees who all work hard to keep Utah moving.

  • Recruitment #9162 – Transportation Technician II – Hooper, R-1 Hooper, Opens 07/06/2016, Closes 07/19/2016
  • Recruitment #08943 – Transportation Technician II, Region 4 – Purgatory, Opens 070/7/16, Closes 7/21/16
  • Recruitment #09200 – Transportation Planner (Transportation Project Manager), Complex – Planning, Opens 7/8/16, Closes 7/18/16
  •  Recruitment #09207 – Port of Entry Agent (Motor Carrier Spec II), Wendover Port of Entry, Opens 7/8/16, Closes 7/18/16
  • Recruitment #09201 – Financial Manager II, Complex – Comptroller’s Office, Opens 7/8/16, Closes 7/18/16
  • Recruitment #09211 – Materials Lab Technician III (Engineering Technician III), Region 2 / SLC, Opens 07/11/2016, Closes 07/25/2016

Visit the Utah State Jobs website for more information on the specific job roles and to actually apply for these position. Simply filter the search criteria by department to (810) Department of Transportation, and you’ll be on your way.

We hope to see you proudly wearing UDOT orange soon.

#WorkForUsWednesday: July 6, 2016

Are you passionate about keeping Utah moving like we are? For #WorkForUsWednesday, check out these new positions open with UDOT.

  • Recruitment #09126 – General Maintenance Worker, R-3 Orem, Opens 07/01/2016, Continuous
  • Recruitment #9162 – Transportation Technician II – Hooper, R-1 Hooper, Opens 07/06/2016, Closes 07/19/2016

There are also positions open for seasonal general maintenance in Salt Lake,  Summit and Tooele counties. General Maintenance workers are the front lines of UDOT employees and the ones who really see what it takes to keep Utah moving.

Visit the Utah State Jobs website to actually apply for these position. Simply filter the search criteria by department to (810) Department of Transportation, and you’ll be on your way.

We hope to see you proudly wearing UDOT orange soon.

I-215 Reconstruction Ranks No. 1 on UDOT’s 2016 Top 10 Projects list

Major projects will widen freeways, maintain highways and build new roads to keep Utah moving

Today we announced our Top 10 Projects list for the 2016 construction season. At the top of the list is the $105 million reconstruction of I-215 in western Salt Lake County, which is scheduled to begin in May and to be completed late next year.

More than 150 projects are scheduled this season statewide to improve mobility now and in the future. These construction projects are designed to enhance safety for drivers and pedestrians, improve the flow of traffic and keep Utah’s roads in good condition.

Three projects in this year’s Top 10 are in western Salt Lake County, an area that has seen tremendous population growth. According to the U.S. Census Bureau, three western Salt Lake County cities are among the fastest growing municipalities in the state (South Jordan, West Jordan and Herriman).

The following are UDOT’s Top 10 Projects for 2016:

#1 I-215—300 East to S.R. 201, $105 million (Construction starts May 2016; scheduled completion fall 2017) 

UDOT’s top project this season will reconstruct the I-215 west belt with new concrete pavement from S.R. 201 to 4700 South. Crews will repave the westbound lanes with new asphalt from 300 East to Redwood Road. In addition, this project will widen the freeway to add auxiliary lanes from S.R. 201 to 4700 South, and will reconstruct the two bridges over S.R. 201. All four lanes will remain open in the peak travel direction during commute hours, but motorists should plan for delays and consider alternate routes such as Bangerter Highway and I-15.


#2 I-15—The Point Project, $252 million (Construction continues from last season; scheduled completion this fall)

Crews continue widening the freeway and placing new concrete pavement on I-15 from 12300 South to S.R. 92. Major construction this season will happen primarily between 12300 South and Bangerter Highway, with finish work taking place at the southern end of the project area from Bangerter Highway to S.R. 92.


#3 Mountain View Corridor—5400 South to 4100 South, $180 million (Construction started in March; scheduled completion fall 2017)

UDOT is extending Mountain View Corridor farther north to 4100 South. This new construction will include two lanes in each direction, separated by a wide median (similar to the current open segment of Mountain View Corridor).

#4 I-15—Farr West to Brigham City, $52 million (Construction started in March; scheduled completion this fall)

Crews are widening a 13-mile section of I-15 to add a lane in each direction from 2700 North in Farr West to U.S. 91 in Brigham City. Most work is taking place in the freeway median, and traffic delays are expected to be minimal. This widening will improve traffic flow in the area.

#5 Bangerter Highway—600 West Interchange, $48 million (Construction starts this month; scheduled completion spring 2017)

UDOT is constructing a new freeway-style interchange on Bangerter Highway at approximately 600 West. This new interchange will enhance safety and reduce traffic congestion in the area near Bangerter Highway and I-15. UDOT is in the middle of a multi-year process to upgrade Bangerter Highway by replacing many of its existing intersections with interchanges, which will improve traffic flow.

#6 I-15—Hill Field Road Interchange and TTI, $28 million (Construction continues from last year; scheduled completion summer 2016)

UDOT is reconstructing the I-15 interchange at Hill Field Road, converting it to a single-point urban interchange to improve traffic flow and reduce delays in Layton. Last season, UDOT constructed new ThrU Turn Intersections on Hill Field Road on each side of I-15.


#7 I-15—St. George Blvd. to Green Springs Drive, $24 million (Construction starts this summer; scheduled completion late 2016)

Crews are adding two lanes in each direction to I-15 in St. George and building new underpasses to connect Red Cliffs Drive with Red Hills Parkway near Mall Drive. These new lanes will help meet the needs of the growing population in the St. George area, and make it easier for drivers to enter and exit I-15.


#8 I-15—Riverdale to Farr West, $14 million (Construction starts this summer; scheduled completion fall 2017)

UDOT is repaving I-15 in Weber County from the I-84 junction to 2700 North in Farr West. This new pavement will prolong the life of the freeway and provide a smoother ride for drivers.


#9 U.S. 189—Deer Creek Widening, $13 million (Construction starts this month; scheduled completion summer 2016)

Crews are widening a six-mile segment of U.S. 189 near Deer Creek Reservoir to two lanes in each direction, plus a center turn lane. Currently, U.S. 189 consists of one travel lane in each direction in this area. Adding these lanes will reduce congestion and enhance safety, specifically for recreational travelers.


#10 U.S. 6—Repaving near I-70, $6 million (Construction starts this summer; scheduled completion this fall)

UDOT is repaving a 10-mile section of U.S. 6 near the I-70 junction to improve the road condition for drivers and extend the life of the road surface.

Construction schedules are weather-dependent and subject to change. For the latest information on traffic restrictions during construction, visit udottraffic.utah.gov or download the UDOT Traffic app for iPhone or Android. Drivers can also follow UDOT on social media including Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram.

 

#workforuswednesday for March 2

Another week, another round of #WorkForUsWednesday. This week, there are NEW positions available at UDOT HQ (the Complex), Northern Utah (Region One), and Southern Utah (Region Four). They include an internship, transportation tech, right of way, and GRAMA coordinator positions.

Of course, there are more positions available from last week that you should check out. You’ll have to go to the Utah State Jobs website to actually apply for those jobs. Simply filter the search criteria by department to (810) Department of Transportation, and you’ll be on your way.

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Recruitment #7869 – Transportation Technician II, R-4 Colton
Opens 03/01/2016, Closes 03/13/2016
Employees in this job perform difficult highway construction, maintenance or incident prevention tasks to insure safety and provide a consistent flow of traffic along major traffic routes.Recruitment #7879 – GIS Intern, R-1 Ogden

Opens 03/01/2016, Closes 03/08/2016
The intern will work directly with UDOTs GIS team on a variety of GIS related projects throughout the department.Recruitment #7592 – Statewide Permits Officer, Complex – Right of Way

Opens 03/01/2016, Closes 03/10/2016
The Statewide Permits Officer reports to the Outdoor Advertising Control Program Manager in the Central Right-of-Way Division and is responsible for aiding in the development of statewide policies, processes, and manuals in relation to outdoor advertising control.Recruitment #07915 – Legal Assistant I (Paralegal), Complex – Risk Management

Opens 3/2/16, Closes 3/9/16
The successful applicant will be responsible to respond to all Government Records Access Management Act (GRAMA) requests.  This position performs limited legal assistant tasks with constant review and supervision by the Risk Manager.Construction Technician IV (Office), R-4 Price

Opens 2/29/16. Closes 3/9/16

This construction technician is responsible for providing adequate levels of office documentation for multiple construction projects running concurrently. To accomplish this task, the individual will be responsible for:

  • managing the correspondence and paperwork of current projects
  • organizing all the documentation and preparing projects for final review and approval (close-out).

Extensive prior experience on construction projects is required for this position in order to possess the skills necessary to effectively manage projects.

#WorkForUsWednesday for Feb 24

Hello there, job seekers (or friends of job seekers)! On today’s #workforusWednesday, we have exactly one (1!) new job to share. But there are plenty more positions available from last week, that you should check out. Some of those include a Right of Way Engineer, rotational engineers in many locations in the state, and a transportation technician in Sevier County.

Of course, you’ll have to go to the Utah State Jobs website to actually apply for those jobs. Simply filter the search criteria by department to (810) Department of Transportation, and you’ll be on your way.

Happy applying!

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Recruitment #7790 – Transportation Technician II – Station 122, Ogden, UT
Opens 02/19/2016, Closes 03/03/2016

Incumbents in this job perform difficult highway construction, maintenance or incident prevention tasks to insure safety and provide a consistent flow of traffic along major traffic routes.

Improvements in Layton resume with traffic shift, bridge demolition

LAYTON — With Layton Improved construction resuming after a brief winter hiatus, the Utah Department of Transportation (UDOT) is advising motorists to be aware of traffic pattern changes in Layton around I-15 and the Hill Field Road interchange beginning Wednesday, Feb. 17, 2016.

The Hill Field Road project will move forward with the demolition of existing interchange bridges and construction of a new single-point urban interchange (SPUI). Workers will also finalize improvements to Hill Field Road.  Crews will be working 24 hours a day, six days a week, to finish the project as quickly, efficiently, and as safely as possible while maintaining traffic movement through the area. All traffic lanes will remain open on I-15, and speed limits will not be reduced through the construction zone. Please stay alert and use caution as you drive through the area.

Traffic Shift

Beginning Wednesday, construction crews will shift I-15 traffic in the area onto a detour bridge on the west side of the interstate. Southbound traffic will shift onto the detour bridge on Wednesday morning, Feb. 17. Northbound traffic will make the shift on Thursday morning, Feb. 18. The traffic shift will be in place in both directions through mid-April.

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Left turns on the off-ramps will be closed from now through July 2016, so motorists will need to follow the detour signs to turn right and travel through the ThrU Turns.

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Trucking companies that normally use Hill Field Road to access businesses west of Layton should plan to use the Layton Parkway Interchange (Exit 330) or Antelope Drive (Exit 332) to access those businesses and industries through July.

Bridge Demolition

Following the traffic shift, the section of Hill Field Road underneath I-15 will be closed on the evenings of Feb 20-21 so crews can demolish both bridges. It is suggested that motorists pay particular attention to  signage that day for detour routes. The new SPUI bridges are being constructed offsite and will be moved into place through UDOT’s innovative accelerated bridge construction process. The northbound part of the bridge will slide into place in early March, and traffic will switch onto the northbound bridge in mid-April. Crews will then complete the southbound bridge and will slide it into place in April.

What to expect when it’s completed

Once the project is completed in Fall 2016, congestion in the area will be reduced by five minutes, thanks to:

  • Four ThrU Turn intersections (already completed)
  • Three additional lanes on Hill Field Road
  • Wider bridges on I-15 over Hill Field Road
  • A single-point urban interchange (SPUI) that will merge traffic at the off-ramps, controlled by one traffic signal.

Since the completion of the ThrU Turns, traffic flow has improved and delays reduced in the area. UDOT and Layton City are working together to tailor solutions that meet the city’s unique traffic challenges, and we’re excited to see the full project benefits realized when all the improvements are completed in fall 2016.

For more information, call the Layton Improved team at (801) 904-4064, e-mail laytonimproved@utah.gov, or visit www.udot.utah.gov/LaytonImproved

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#WorkForUsWednesday for 2/17/2016

We’re a little behind on #WorkForUsWednesday, so here’s two weeks worth of jobs in every region in Utah, and in a variety of fields.

You’ll have to go to the Utah State Jobs website to actually apply for those jobs. Simply filter the search criteria by department to (810) Department of Transportation, and you’ll be on your way.

Remember, some of last week’s jobs might still be open, so it’s best to check to see if there’s still the position right for you. Happy applying!

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Recruitment #07474 – Survey Technician IV (Engineering Technician IV), R-4 Richfield
Opens 02/3/2016, Closes 02/17/2016
The Survey Technician works under the direction of a Registered Land Surveyor. The purpose of this position is to perform various surveying support duties

Recruitment #07560 – Rotational Engineer (Engineer II), Multiple Locations (Ogden, Salt Lake, Orem, & Richfield)
Opens 2/8/16, Closes 3/3/16
This is an entry-level job, which requires close supervision and limited engineering experience while performing engineering related tasks. Incumbents exercise limited judgment and all assignments are screened for difficult or unusual circumstances. Engineering functions may include design, materials, hydraulics, planning, right-of-way, structures, traffic, transportation, field office, location, construction, natural resources and environmental activities.

Recruitment #07260 – ROW Property Manager (Program Manager), Complex – Right of Way
Opens 2/10/16, Closes 2/24/16
This position is responsible for the oversight and development of the Right of Way (ROW) Property Program.  The successful applicant will make recommendations to the Director of Right of Way concerning the accuracy and completion of Right of Way documents relative to the transfer of property to be acquired or disposed of by UDOT.

Recruitment #07720 – Right of Way Accountant (Financial Analyst III), Complex – Comptroller’s Office
Opens 2/11/16, Closes 2/18/16
This is a senior level job which may also be used as a supervisory position. A thorough knowledge of pertinent policies and procedures is required to manage a financial segment of a high volume, complex agency. This job requires advanced skill in utilizing and interfacing computerized financial systems as well as an understanding of system behavior related to unusual or specific circumstances.

Recruitment #07717 – Active Transportation Manager (Program Manager), Complex – Planning
Opens 2/12/16, Closes 2/22/16
Under the guidance of UDOT Planning and the UDOT TravelWise program,  the main focus of this position is to support the UDOT Regions and work closely with our transportation partners, MPO’s, UTA, and local governments.

Recruitment #07731 – Port of Entry Agent (Motor Carrier Specialist II), Peerless, UT
Opens 2/16/16, Closes 2/23/16
Incumbent will check required credentials including MCS-150 applications, CDL, medical card, and Unified Carrier Registration, check vehicle and load documentation including registrations, Driver Vehicle Examination reports, and required fuel and load permits.

Recruitment #07689 – Transportation Technician II, Sevier County
Opens 2/16/16, Closes 3/01/16
Employees in this job perform difficult highway construction, maintenance or incident prevention tasks to insure safety and provide a consistent flow of traffic along major traffic routes.

#WorkForUsWednesday for 2/3/2016

We’ve got a fresh batch of new openings for #WorkForUsWednesday! They come from just about every region in the state, and are from a variety of fields. We even have an internship this week!

You’ll have to go to the Utah State Jobs website to actually apply for those jobs. Simply filter the search criteria by department to (810) Department of Transportation, and you’ll be on your way.

Remember, some of last week’s jobs might still be open, so it’s best to check to see if there’s still the position right for you. Happy applying!

 

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Recruitment #07593 – Electronic Technical Specialist II, R-1 Ogden
Opens 02/2/2016, Closes 02/15/2016
This is a journey level electronics technical specialist position performing complex electronics tasks. This position develops and implements a routine maintenance of traffic equipment, provides signal system repairs, inspects new signal construction, repairs various types of damaged vehicle and pedestrian detectors.

Recruitment #07626 – Transportation Technician II, R-4 Gunnison
Opens 02/3/2016, Closes 02/10/2016
Employees in this job perform difficult highway construction, maintenance or incident prevention tasks to insure safety and provide a consistent flow of traffic along major traffic routes.

Recruitment #07567 – Bridge Management Intern (Engineer Intern) Complex – Structures
Opens 1/28/16, Closes 2/4/16
Incumbent assists UDOT Structures staff in a variety of activities including bridge inspections, running bridge queries, and tracking information. This position will also assist with bridge collisions, providing training, and damage inspections. Incumbent will work with the Bridge Management Engineer, the Hydraulic Design Engineer and the Structures design group on several projects. This position is open to current civil engineering students. A letter from the College of Engineering must be uploaded to your profile no later than the closing date. 

Recruitment #07586 – Senior Leader’s Assistant (Administrative Assistant), Calvin Rampton Complex
Project Development Admin – Opens 1/29/16, Closes 2/5/16
This position reports to, and has a close and confidential relationship to the Project Development Director. Duties are not part of the general agency workload, but are exclusively in support of the director. The successful applicant is required to have senior level knowledge of agency policies, procedures, practices and office skills. Works independently and provides administrative support for a major statewide program.
Recruitment #07564 – Structures Project Engineer – Construction (EM I), Calvin Rampton Complex – Structures
Opens 1/29/16, Closes 2/16/16
The Structures Project Engineer – Construction provides leadership and guidance relating to structures design and construction activities within the Structures Division.   The Structures Construction Engineer works at the central UDOT office, in the Structures Design group and coordinates efforts with the Materials, Maintenance, and Construction groups.  This individual is assigned to work as a structure specialist to provide technical information and support to region customers in the construction and repair of structural elements.

UDOT Advises Bowl Game Travelers to Plan Ahead for Out-of-State Delays

Heavy traffic, construction projects expected this weekend on I-15 and I-84 

SALT LAKE CITY  – The Utah Department of Transportation (UDOT) advises travelers driving to the Royal Purple Las Vegas Bowl or the Famous Idaho Potato Bowl this weekend to allow extra time due to heavy traffic and road construction in Arizona, Nevada and Idaho.

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Drivers traveling south on I-15 to Las Vegas should be aware of expected delays from 30 minutes to an hour on Friday evening, Dec. 18, and Saturday morning, Dec. 19, in the Virgin River Gorge between St. George and Mesquite, Nev. Drivers returning from the bowl game should plan for similar delays on Saturday night, and up to two-hour delays on Sunday morning, as I-15 is reduced to one lane in each direction for bridge construction in the Virgin River Gorge.

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In addition, construction delays are expected along a 30-mile stretch of northbound I-15 between Las Vegas and Mesquite. The freeway is reduced to one northbound lane in various locations throughout this construction zone.

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Fans planning travel on I-15 and I-84 to Boise should also plan ahead for construction in southern Idaho. I-84 is reduced to one lane in each direction for approximately 11 miles between the I-86 junction and Burley. Crews are replacing two bridges over the Snake River.

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More information about these projects is available online at the following websites:

The Departments can also be contacted on social media:

For information on UDOT projects, visit udottraffic.utah.gov or download the UDOT Traffic app, available for iOS or Android devices. For real-time traffic and road information outside of the state, there are several smart phone applications available for download, including the Waze navigation app.