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CDOT Employment

CDOT realizes that the only constant in the transportation highway industry is change, we can depend on that and, therefore, we embrace the possibilities of the future. CDOT’s future is being and staying “a great place to work” which is not just a slogan; it is a certain respect that CDOT employees have and we try to instill in all of our employees. CDOT has come a long way within the past year; it has reinforced our commitment to providing excellent customer service and has set the foundation for being and staying a great place to work. Furthermore, our plan is to continue in our success to attract and retain great, long-term CDOT employees.

Which career path would you take?

Maintenance

Maintenance

CDOT offers many exciting positions in the field of Maintenance. Our positions range from Heavy Equipment Mechanics, Electrical Tradesman and General Labor's to our most common position such as Transportation Maintenance Workers.

 

Bridge

Engineering

The Colorado Department of Transportation (CDOT) is responsible for a 9,156 mile highway system, including 3,714 bridges. Each year, this system handles over 26.1 billion vehicle miles of travel. To assist in this effort, CDOT is looking for Engineers from entry level Engineering Assistants to Professional Engineer level.

Administrative

Administrative

Career choices include accounting, administrative services, budget/contract administration, communications, facilities management, human resources, information technology, purchasing and materials management, risk management, and safety. CDOT spends more than $1 billion annually for planning, construction, operation, maintenance, and management of the State's complex "multimodal" transportation system.

Environmental

Environmental

CDOT's environmental functions are responsible for assisting management in the development of appropriate environmental policy, procedures, programmatic agreements, and assisting the regions in environmental analyses.

Entry Level

Entry Level

It isn't always cut and dry when it comes to identifying "entry level" State jobs. An entry level position can be a position which requires a high school diploma or a position which is the first in a series. The following information will help you understand what positions may be considered "entry level" within CDOT.


 

 

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Contact Information

Questions may be directed to:
CDOT Strategic Workforce Solutions
4201 East Arkansas Ave. Room 290
Denver, CO 80222
303-757-9216 Office
303-757-9081 Fax
DOT_CDOT_Recruiting@state.co.us

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