Press Release: MoDOT is looking ahead to spring set to hire 50 new Maintenance Workers

Kansas City – Even though spring is still several months away, the Missouri Department of Transportation is already looking ahead with the hopes of adding at least 50 new Maintenance Workers to its workforce.


MoDOT’s Human Resource Department announced it will be hiring 50 full-time maintenance operators in Jackson, Clay, Platte, Ray, Lafayette, Saline, Johnson, Cass, and Pettis counties.


The hiring effort is to ensure that MoDOT has plenty of capable and dependable personnel to help maintain the 7,670 lane miles across the Kansas City District, during the spring and summer months.  


Full-time employees will receive training and other benefits including retirement, paid leave, medical, vision and dental insurance.


MoDOT requires maintenance worker applicants to be at least 18 years old, have a high school diploma and successfully complete a criminal background check and drug screening.

Interested applicants should apply at or call Angela Norman at 816-607-2143.

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