MoDOT to host job fair in Wayland offering multiple full-time positions

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The Missouri Department of Transportation (MoDOT) is opening its doors to potential new team members at a job fair scheduled for Tuesday, April 2. Multiple full-time positions, including Maintenance Workers, Construction Technicians and Inspectors, Highway Designers, Signal/Lighting Electricians, Mechanics/Equipment Technicians and more, will be offered at the job fair.

Event Details and Opportunities

The job fair will take place at the MoDOT Wayland Maintenance Facility, located at 25779 Hwy 136 Spur, a short distance south of Route 136 in Kahoka, MO. This event is not just a chance to find a job but also an opportunity to join a team that values diversity, safety, and both personal and professional development.

Prospective employees can look forward to comprehensive training and a benefits package that includes medical insurance, paid annual and sick leave, educational assistance, and paid holidays.

What to Bring and How to Apply

Interested applicants should bring a valid driver’s license. They can complete applications on-site at the job fair or in advance at modot.org/careers. An active email address is required for applying. Applicants must meet several requirements: they must be at least 18 years old, possess a high school diploma or GED, and have a valid driver’s license. Furthermore, if offered a position, candidates must successfully pass a criminal background check, drug screening, work simulation, and physical at a separately scheduled date and time.

For those interested in exploring all available career options with MoDOT or to submit an application, visit www.modot.org/careers.

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