Jobs at WSDOT in Shoreline

Thursday, March 23, 2017
WSDOT has a major facility in Shoreline with these job openings listed.

Design Engineer
WSDOT's Northwest Region Project Engineering Office located in Shoreline is looking for Lead Design Engineers to identify design solutions and direct activities that are necessary for the development of improvement and preservation projects. This role has a high impact on WSDOT's mission to provide and support safe, reliable, and cost effective transportation options.
Description and application here

General Maintenance Worker
The perfect candidate will be someone who is able to work in a fast-paced environment, and enjoys performing work duties that change from day-to-day, from changing light bulbs to reconfiguring office space, to performing minor repairs or assisting with plumbing projects or equipment installations. If you have work experience performing general building maintenance that is great, but if you are also looking to break into the maintenance trade or are looking to gain hands-on work experience, this is a great opportunity.
Description and application here

Project Manager - Connecting Washington
The Northwest Region Project Engineering Office, located in Shoreline, is looking for a pair of project managers who will be responsible for managing and delivering large transportation improvement projects. These positions will not be directly supervising staff, but will manage and work collaboratively with consultants and contractors to ensure design project deliverables are met.
Description and application here

Lead Real Estate Appraiser
WSDOT is seeking an experience appraiser with exceptional leadership skills to provide technical guidance, leadership, and expertise to staff appraisers including developing scope of work and innovating and streamlining processes.
Description and application here

Area Traffic Engineer – Safety Management and Operations
 The NWR is looking for an Area Traffic Engineer – Safety Management and Operations to provide strategic management and leadership for the Region's Safety Management program as well as for performance monitoring.
Description and application here


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