Highway Maintenance Supvr 1 - Grade 13

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This title exists in Transportation, Dept of and has approximately 445 positions.

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Salary Information for Highway Maintenance Worker Trainee 1
Title Grade Hiring Rate/yr Job Rate/yr
Highway Maintenance Worker Trainee 1 06 $35,177 $43,521
Highway Maintenance Worker Trainee 2 07 $37,121 $45,864
Highway Maintenance Worker 1 08 $39,215 $48,294
Highway Maintenance Worker 2 10 $43,768 $53,708
Highway Maintenance Supvr 1 13 $51,857 $63,169
Highway Maintenance Supvr 2 15 $58,046 $70,317

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Job Duties

As a Highway Maintenance Supervisor 1, you would be a working supervisor for a highway maintenance crew assigned to the operation of various-sized equipment involved in maintenance and repair projects on or adjacent to state highways or structural units. These projects may include but are not limited to, patching pavements and filling holes, cleaning and repairing ditches and culverts and other drainage structures, cutting grass and other highway right-of-way maintenance, repairing guiderails and signs, and snow and ice control. On large maintenance projects you might supervise a phase of the project under the general direction of a Highway Maintenance Supervisor 2. You would operate light trucks and may operate heavy dump trucks, perform one-person snow plowing and operate other highway equipment. You would be required to answer emergency calls outside of your regular hours of work, perform related work as required, and maintain electronic work records.

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Summary of Minimum Qualifications

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26-671010 38-405010

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