Electrical and Mechanical Systems Engineering Technology Certifications:
Electrical/Electronics Engineering Technology
Civil - Project Management, Civil Engineering
VDOT is seeking an individual who is able to provide technical support to various stakeholders in delivering district maintenance and asset management programs, oversee performance of asset inventory and data collection programs, winter weather program and customer service requests. As a VDOT Performance Reporting Manager, you will:
participate on district and statewide maintenance leadership committees
provide leadership and support in all aspects of the district maintenance program and supporting technologies
be the district point of contact for the Highway Maintenance Management System (HMMS) and work accomplishment reporting
develop and manage inventory addition intake processes
serve as the AMS/HMMS subject matter expert and point of contact for Richmond District, interacting with staff at several levels in the District and Central Office
serve as the SWAS (Severe Weather Application System) subject matter expert and point of contact for Richmond District, interacting with staff at several levels in the District and Central Office
manage the SWM (Storm Water Management) Facility Program for Richmond District, interacting with designers, construction staff, and those with long term maintenance responsibilities.
VDOT is an emergency response agency, therefore you will work outside of normal work hours during emergency operations when services are needed.
comprehensive knowledge of roadway maintenance practices and procedures.
working knowledge of transportation engineering principles and practices
knowledge of asset data collection practices and procedures
knowledge of federal and state transportation rules, regulations and policies
ability to analyze data and develop reports which enable effective business decisions
ability to evaluate program effectiveness and improve processes and work methods
ability to manage projects and budgets, prioritize work, multi-task, and work effectively through co-workers and contractors
ability to interact and communicate effectively orally and in writing with diverse audiences
ability to navigate GIS software for mapping able to create Excel spreadsheets for reporting
ability to inspect SWM Facilities and/or schedule and manage inspections performed by others.
ability to collect initial SWM inventory data and maintain long term inspection/repair data.
skill in computer applications, data management and analysis, preparing reports, developing training and giving presentations
valid drivers license
About Virginia Department of Transportation
The Virginia Department of Transportation (VDOT) is responsible for building, maintaining and operating the state's road, bridges, tunnels and ferries. Through the Commonwealth Transportation Board, it also provides funding for airports, rail, and public transportation. Virginia has the third largest state-maintained highway system in the country covering 58,321 miles of interstate, primary, secondary and frontage roads. VDOT has about 7,500 employees making it one of the largest state agencies in Virginia.