Wisconsin DOT - Division of Transportation System Development
June 5, 2018
Entry Level: $47,840 - 56,097;
Full Time - Entry Level
Geotechnology, Transportation (general)
WisDOT’s Division of Transportation System Development is currently recruiting to fill a GEOTECHNCIAL ENGINEER position in the Bureau Technical Services. The headquarters for this position is the Department’s Truax Materials Center located at 3502 Kinsman Blvd in Madison, WI. For more information on the position and for instructions on how to apply, please visit Wisc.Jobs here
Deadline to apply is: Sunday, June 17, 2018.
This position requires a Geotechnical Engineering background to perform technical activities.
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Candidate must have graduated by Aug. 2018, from a recognized college/university with a BS, Master's or Ph.D. in Civil (or related) Engineering; OR hold a Professional Engineer license OR Engineer-In-Training license.
A basic Soil Mechanics course and a basic Engineering Geology course AND at least one additional undergrad/ grad course in Geotechnical or Geological are required at the entry level.
Senior level candidates must have 3 yrs Geotechnical Engineering related experience; OR have obtained an advanced degree (Masters/Ph.D.) in Geotechnical/Geological Engineering. Work experience in shallow/deep foundation design/construction methods AND application of Soil Mechanics theories and principles.
Additional Salary Information: Starting salary is dependent on relevant work experience. A twelve month probationary period is required.