Now Accepting Applications for ODOT's Graduate Programs!
Oregon Department of Transportation
October 8, 2018
Full Time - Entry Level
At ODOT, our Graduate Engineer Program (GEP) and Graduate Survey Program (GSP) are designed to develop new and recent graduates into subject matter experts. Make the transition from student to full-time professional with ODOT, a leader in transportation innovation!
For up to 24 months, GEP and GSP participants rotate assignments throughout ODOT engineering and survey disciplines to gain varied experience. Participants are regular, full-time, salaried employees. A registered professional (PE or PLS) provides mentoring throughout the program and the entire experience can provide up to two years qualifying time toward obtaining a professional license. To qualify for these programs you must have a bachelor’s degree in civil or transportation-related engineering or a Fundamentals of Engineering (FE) or Fundamentals of Surveying (FS) certificate.
We are recruiting for several positions throughout the state. To learn more and to apply, go to www.odotjobs.com and search by position number, “graduate engineer” or “graduate surveyor.”
2018-2019 Graduate Engineer Program Positions:
Portland (ODOT18-2691oc) – Multiple disciplines available
Salem (ODOT18-2690oc) – Traffic
Salem (ODOT18-2700oc) – Pavements
Salem (ODOT18-2699oc) – Roadway
Astoria (ODOT18-2693oc) – Construction
Roseburg or White City (ODOT18-2685oc) – Traffic or roadway
Roseburg (ODOT18-2694oc) – Geotechnical
The Dalles, Bend or Klamath Falls (ODOT18-2696oc) – Multiple disciplines available
La Grande (ODOT18-2687oc) – Construction
2018-2019 Graduate Survey Program Positions:
A bachelor's degree in civil or transportation-related engineering.
A Fundamentals of Engineering (FE) or Fundamentals of Surveying (FS) certificate.
Applications will be considered from students scheduled to graduate by June 2019.
For questions and application support, call 503-373-7377.
ODOT is an Affirmative Action and EEO Employer.
About Oregon Department of Transportation
The Oregon Department of Transportation began life in 1913 when the Oregon Legislature created the Oregon Highway Commission to "get Oregon out of the mud." Today, the Oregon Department of Transportation works to provide a safe, efficient transportation system that supports economic opportunity and livable communities for Oregonians. We develop programs related to Oregon’s system of highways, roads, and bridges; railways; public transportation services; transportation safety programs; driver and vehicle licensing; and motor carrier regulation.