Indiana Department of Transportation to host hiring events at 13 locations on September 26

The Indiana Department of Transportation (INDOT) is making a call to individuals passionate about serving their fellow Hoosiers this upcoming winter. On Tuesday, September 26, between 10 a.m. and 3 p.m. (local time), INDOT will conduct Winter Seasonal Hiring Events at 13 distinct locations across Indiana.

Among the locations hosting the hiring events are:

  • LaPorte District: Gary Sub District Office, LaPorte District Office, Plymouth Sub District Office, and Mishawaka Unit Office.
  • Fort Wayne District: Fort Wayne District Office and Elkhart Sub District Office.
  • Crawfordsville District: Cloverdale Sub District Office, Crawfordsville District Office, and Terre Haute Sub District Office.
  • Greenfield District: Indianapolis Sub District Office.
  • Seymour District: Falls City Sub District Office, Bloomington Sub District Office, and Columbus Sub District Office.

These winter seasonal positions are scheduled to commence in early November and conclude by early April. The pay for these roles is competitive, starting at $21 per hour for full-time operations and increasing to $25 per hour for on-call snowplow-only tasks. Key responsibilities for these positions encompass a wide range of duties, such as general highway maintenance, traffic management, snow and ice removal, among other winter-related tasks. A crucial requirement for both full-time and on-call roles is the possession of a valid CDL.

Attendees do not need to register in advance for the hiring event. The day promises comprehensive insights, with on-the-spot interviews, opportunities to engage with current INDOT team members, and a platform to garner more information about open roles and prospective careers with the agency. For a detailed list of the event’s venues and more information, individuals can visit this link or text “INDOT Winter” to 468311.

Sonja Hill

Thriving as an early riser, I find immense gratification in my role as a writer and reporter for daily news in Indianapolis. Embracing my Hoosier roots, I take immense pride in providing fellow residents of my beloved hometown with up-to-date information on the most recent developments and occurrences within the community. This vocation not only aligns with my personal passions but also allows me to serve the place I call home, fostering a profound sense of accomplishment.

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