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12/26/2021

CLASSROOM - Defensive Driving

  1. Invest in safe driving training for your most frequent drivers. Set a company distracted driving policy. Ask your employees to make a safe driving pledge. If you want to develop a distracted driving policy but don’t know how, TSS is here to help.
  2. SandDrive is the brain of the TSS proppant ecosystem. This proprietary, multi-million dollar, cloud-based operating platform aggregates information and delivers insight along the entire supply chain. SandDrive powers the vital services for our Drivers and Sand Coordinators, and enables real-time decision making in a constantly shifting proppant.
  3. TSS HANDBRAKE SPARCO MOD: key points. 1- Officially licensed by Sparco, the no.1 motorsport equipment maker in the world 2- 2 modes: handbrake & sequential shifter 3- 1:1 scale replica gear knob (3.4’’/85mm in height) 4. Compatible with PC (Windows 10, 8 & 7).

Yavapai County TSS, offers ticket diversion classes. Arizona drivers may attend this class once every 12 months for citation diversion. The citation must be classified as a moving violation that assesses points against your driving record.

This is a second article in TSS’s series about the new FMCSA Drug & Alcohol Clearinghouse.Check back in the coming months for additional blogs and important information that can help both employers and employees navigated this new system as efficiently as possible. HPRT LPQ Label Printer Driver v2.5.3.3 TSPL.zip.

ONLINE - Defensive Driving

Yavapai Traffic Safety School offers an Arizona State approved online defensive driving course through All Over Arizona Traffic School. The course is 100% online and self-paced. You can log in and out at your convenience. We provide phone and e-mail support.

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TRAFFIC SURVIVAL SCHOOL

These classes are NOT for citation/ticket diversion. Yavapai County TSS offers these classes if you have received a Corrective Action letter from the MVD, or under other specific circumstances. Click here for more information.

Highway maintenance workers and technicians

Transportation Specialist Series

Keeping Minnesota's roadways safe demands a highly trained and motivated workforce.

Whether it’s plowing snow, repairing guard rail, filling potholes, paving roads, inspecting bridges or repairing and maintaining roads in other ways, MnDOT’s Transportation Specialists work to keep roads safe for their fellow Minnesotans.

What drives me

“The best part about my job is every day there is something new, something different.”

–Kim Peterson
Transportation Generalist

Transportation Associates & Transportation Generalists

Our entry-level position is called a Transportation Associate. To apply for a TA positions may require a Commercial Driver's License Permit, Class A or B with no air brake restriction. If you already hold a Class A or B CDL with no air brake restriction plus have one year of related job experience, you may qualify to apply for a Transportation Generalist position. Tanker endorsements are required for some positions. Please list all your endorsements on your resume when you apply.

Hourly wage ranges

Wage increases

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Wage increases occur every six months with good performance.

Advancement

Employment denials

Occasionally, a qualified job candidate is denied employment at MnDOT due to the results of a background check. Please read this notice about job denials for more information.

Application process

If you see yourself in a job like this, review the information on how to apply.

Reasonable accommodations

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If you need a reasonable accommodation for testing, please request when scheduling your test so that we can make necessary arrangements.

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The State of Minnesota is an equal-opportunity employer and does not discriminate based on disability, race, color, creed, religion, national origin, sex, age, marital status, status with regard to public assistance, membership or activity in a local human rights commission and sexual orientation.

Questions?

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If you have questions, call MnDOT's Information Line, 651-234-7421to leave a message. Your call will be returned within two business days.