The Missouri Local Technical Assistance Program (LTAP) in cooperation with MoDOT is pleased to announce that the Missouri LTAP Center is hiring a part-time Safety Circuit Rider as a contracted local field liaison to assist in promoting local road safety measures designed to provide safety-related information, training, workshops, and direct technical assistance to local agencies responsible for roadway safety throughout the State. The intended contract will be from January 1 to December 31, 2020, with a subsequent contract based on renewed funding. The position is being funded through a Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) State Transportation Innovation Council (STIC) Incentive Program grant. The position may be of special interest to retirees or other individuals seeking part-time employment, a flexible work schedule, and remote work from home the majority of the time. The position does require a Professional Engineering license in Missouri. Please see the attached job description and announcement for a complete explanation of job duties, qualifications, remuneration, and other related information. For further details, please click the link below for the complete job description.
Interested persons may apply by emailing a current resume and cover letter to Dr. Heath Pickerill, Missouri LTAP Director, at email@example.com or mailing both to Dr. Heath Pickerill, 710 University Drive, Suite 121, Rolla, MO 65409. Questions may also be addressed to Heath as well. The deadline for the application is November 29, 2019.
Heath A. Pickerill, Ph.D.
Director of Missouri’s Local Technical Assistance Program & Rural Transit Assistant Program
Civil, Architectural & Environmental Engineering Department
710 University Drive, Suite 121
(573) 341-7637 | cell: (573) 578-9493 | fax: (573) 341-7245
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