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  • Lots of bureaucracy, but that's what you get with a state job. Kept me busy and pay was fair.

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    I worked at Oregon Department of Transportation part-time


    The other employees were great to work with. Some were life-long state employees, but others really wanted to move things forward.


    Bureaucracy - plane and simple. If you want to grow in your career and gain more responsibility, look in the private sector.

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    I applied online. The process took 4+ weeksinterviewed at Oregon Department of Transportation (Pendleton, OR) in April 2012.


    all has been done and sent over the computer with application and summary questions attached and attachments as well, then applications will be gone thru, if requirements are met you will be called for an interview, two weeks after the interviewing process you will be accepted or not by phone or letter.

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Website www.oregon.gov/odot
Headquarters Salem, OR
Size 1000 to 5000 Employees
Founded 1969
Type Government
Industry Government
Revenue Unknown / Non-Applicable per year
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The Oregon Department of Transportation (ODOT) helps move people and goods across the state. The agency strives to provide a safe and efficient transportation system -- including highway, rail, and public transit -- for its residents. The department is responsible for construction and maintenance of highways and bridges, improving public transportation services, reducing traffic crashes, and ensuring equal access for low-income and elderly citizens, as well as people with disabilities. Its division of driver and motor vehicles (DMV) provides vehicle registration, driver... More

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