State of Wyoming TNCF05-09526-Construction and Field Technician-Douglas in Douglas, Wyoming

TNCF05-09526-Construction and Field Technician-Douglas



TNCF05-09526-Construction and Field Technician-Douglas


$15.56 - $19.45 Hourly


Douglas, WY

Job Type

Full Time


045-WYDOT-Chief Engineer - District Construction

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Description and Functions

Open Until Filled


The Wyoming Department of Transportation (WYDOT) is now seeking a full-time Construction and Field Survey Technician located in Douglas, Wyoming.

Under limited supervision, the Construction and Field Survey Technician will perform various duties which include surveys and inspections on preliminary designs and construction projects; and conduct material testing in order to provide a safe, high quality, and efficient transportation system for the State of Wyoming.

Human Resource Contact: 307-473-3243

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS: The listed functions are illustrative only and are not intended to describe every function which may be performed in the job level.

  • Organize project records.

  • Perform clerical duties as needed.

  • Review and check project documentation.

  • Inspect construction projects.

  • Prepare, review, maintain and file construction project records, estimates and reports.

  • Perform topographic surveys.

  • Conduct aggregate gradation testing, density testing for earthwork and surfacing, and concrete testing.

  • Perform survey tasks such as drive stakes, hubs, hold tapes, hold rod, and instrument operation.

  • Perform minor surveying computations such as slopes, areas, volumes, cuts and fills, etc.

  • Inspect pipe backfill and fill construction.

  • Inspect paving operation to ensure compliance with plans and specifications.

  • Perform minor engineering computations such as areas, volumes, material spread rates, etc.

  • Test, sample and report materials proposed to be used in construction projects.

  • Review and learn test methods, manuals, and procedures.

  • Perform basic engineering calculations.

  • Perform testing and sampling on bridges and roadways for analysis.

  • Review and learn traffic control methods, manuals, and procedures.

  • Set up, maintain, and remove a safe traffic control plan under live traffic conditions.

  • Maintain traffic control devices in the field; performs traffic control duties.

  • Assist in the investigation of existing roadways for forensic study.

  • Assist in gathering samples, providing a safe working zone, flagging, etc.

  • Ensure proper equipment and supplies are loaded and in good working condition.

  • Perform more complex lab tests of samples, and documents results for QA/QC purposes.

  • Serve as a technical resource for other employees; attends and completes all designated training sessions in order to maintain required certifications, performs inspections.

  • Communicate both internally and externally regarding project information and courses of action/consequences, on smaller projects.

  • Oversee smaller projects and/or components of larger projects.

  • Assist in permitting processes to obtain water, gravel, plant site, and surveying agreements and aids in the renewal and file maintenance of these agreements.



**Must have the ability to obtain a Valid Driver's License

**Must have the ability to obtain a Certificate of course completion in Defensive Driving

**Must have the ability to obtain QC/QA Certification in Soils & Aggregate, Asphalt and Concrete

**Must have the ability to obtain Asphalt Concrete, Soil & Aggregate Certification

**Asphalt Concrete, Soil & Aggregate

**WYDOT Portland Cement Concrete Certification

**ACI Concrete Level 2 Certification

**Must have the ability to obtain American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials (AASHTO) Certification


  • Knowledge of materials testing. Surveying methods and equipment operation.

  • Knowledge of construction inspection which includes interpretation of plans and specification.

  • Knowledge of documentation of project records.

  • Knowledge of communication with supervisors and contractors.

  • Knowledge of working towards a leadership role.

  • Knowledge of working outdoors and a variety of weather conditions.

  • Knowledge of material testing, ability to perform complicated computer calculations.

  • Knowledge of survey methods & ability to apply such as uploading & downloading of survey files.

  • Knowledge of computers and calculators.

  • Knowledge of surveying.

  • Knowledge of contract time, administration & contract changes.

  • Knowledge of engineering computations/formulas.

  • Knowledge of core drilling equipment, pneumatic & electric jackhammers and hand tools.



Associate's Degree


0-1 year of progressive work experience (typically in Construction and Field Surveying) with acquired knowledge at the level of a Construction and Field Survey Assistant


Education & Experience Substitution:

2-4 years of progressive work experience (typically in Construction and Field Surveying) with acquired knowledge at the level of a Construction and Field Survey Assistant

Certificates, Licenses, Registrations:


Necessary Special Requirements


  • Potentially exposed to hazardous waste and biological waste.

  • Working around high speed traffic and heavy construction equipment.

  • Work outdoors in a variety of inclement weather conditions to include heat, cold, snow and wet.

  • Physical Ability: Bending, stooping and lifting up to fifty pounds; safely lift and move necessary materials from one point to another; ability to stand for long periods of time.


  • FLSA: Non-exempt

  • All new hires or rehires starting in a non-exempt position on or after January 1, 2018 are required to be paid hourly.

  • E-Verify: WYDOT uses E-Verify, an Internet-based system, to confirm the eligibility of all newly hired employees to work in the United States. Learn more about E-Verify, including your rights and responsibilities.

Supplemental Information

045-Department of Transportation - WYDOT - Chief Engineer - District Construction

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The State of Wyoming is an Equal Opportunity Employer and actively supports the ADA and reasonably accommodates qualified applicants with disabilities.

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