Embrace a career in the public service with the Ministry of Transportation's entry-level Transportation Technician initiative.What can I expect to do in this role?You will:• Receive practical, multi-functional learning experiences through rotational assignments as ministry determines in many technical disciplines including construction, highway design, maintenance, traffic, surveys;• Work independently and as a team member; • Benefit from on-the-job and classroom training; • Work with state-of-the-art technology; • Enjoy career development opportunities with offices across the province and competitive salaries and benefits. For additional information, please visit our web page for the (a href='http://www.mto.gov.on.ca/english/engineering/job/tti.shtml')Transportation Technician Initiative(/a).Note:• Shift-work, travel within the region and temporary relocation may be required.How do I qualify?Mandatory• You have a minimum valid driver's licence class of G or equivalent as recognized by the Province of OntarioKnowledge & Technical Skills• You have demonstrated knowledge of highway engineering design, maintenance and contract administration (normally acquired through a diploma in civil engineering technology or related experience)• You have math skills to complete calculations in engineering survey, design calculation and estimating quantities• You have computer skills, including AutoCAD to prepare computerized designs/ plans/ stats and word processing/spreadsheet software to produce variety of correspondence, reports and presentationsAnalytical Skills• You have demonstrated analytical and problem-solving skills to assess data, clarify data integrity, identify design/construction problems, analyze traffic capacity and collision stats and recommend solutions/modifications as requiredCommunication Skills• You have excellent oral and written communication skills to explain ministry standards/design requirements to other technical areas and contract administrators, to discuss maintenance problems and emergency road situations• You have interpersonal skills to work with other project members in a team environment
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