- Salary Grade - GN06 Recruitment Range - $31,200 - $48,058
This position is assigned to the Division Four, District Two Office. The primary function of the Resident Engineer's and District Engineer's Office is to oversee the administration of all structure and roadway construction in Nash and Wilson Counties. This office serves as a central contact point for construction issues regarding highways. Answer all phone calls and direct calls accordingly. The position is required to independently handle and perform a variety of office support tasks, which include: track inventory equipment, materials, and supplies and enter requisitions and purchase orders in SAP, create and maintain files for each construction project, enter road closings in TIMS, maintain payroll records, weekly reports for construction personnel. Functions include a diversity of records, reports, and filing activities, public contact, office equipment operation, and composition. Prepare and maintain records and reports, and other general office duties. Good communication skills are necessary. Preferred: Applicant trained and experienced in the use of Microsoft Windows, Excel, Access, PowerPoint, SAP and Hicams.
Knowledge, Skills and Abilities / Competencies
Qualified applicants must submit an application that clearly reflects work experience that demonstrates the following:
Customer service experience, including resolving customer issues
Experience with Microsoft Office using programs such as Access, Word, and Excel
Experience completing and/or maintaining records and reports
Experience in record keeping
Experience with letter writing, using correct spelling, punctuation and proofreading
Employee must perform work in accordance with NCDOT workplace and safety policy.
Must be detail oriented and self-motivated. Ability to maintain multiple projects/assignments. Ability to work independently, maintain and organize records. Able to function and complete all aspects of assigned duties with minimal supervision. Ability to use correct grammar, vocabulary, spelling and office terminology to compose and/or proofread correspondence, reports and other materials. Ability to learn and independently apply departmental rules and regulations in performance of assigned duties. Work involves providing assistance to staff, service recipients, other organizational units and the public in resolving concerns or inquires. Ability to use judgment in coordinating and monitoring office procedures and workflow as required by this position. Use courtesy and tact in performing contact and communication duties that may be sensitive in nature. A valid NC Driver's License is preferred.
Minimum Education and Experience Requirements
High school diploma or General Educational Development (GED) diploma and two years of related administrative experience; or equivalent combination of education and experience.