*_Position Summary_*The Seasonal CDL Plow Drivers' central duty is to operate MassDOT Highway Division equipment to clear snow and ice from the Massachusetts Turnpike and other designated roadways and facilities. Seasonal drivers are required to hold a valid Mass. Commercial Driver's License (at least class B).This involves being called in at any hour of the day, often late at night or early in the morning, to clear snow and ice since precipitation is unpredictable and roads, sidewalks, and parking lots need to be cleared for safe travel. Seasonal drivers are on-call and must report to their assigned location within seventy-five minutes of being contacted, either by phone or by text. Seasonal drivers will be paid hourly when the Highway Division requires their assistance. Failure to report during a storm event twice will result in being removed from the active on-call list.Seasonal CDL Plow Drivers are responsible for the safe operation of the equipment. Properly working equipment is important for both efficient snow removal and safety on the roadways. Seasonal drivers should inspect their equipment and report any issues to the repair staff immediately.Hourly Rate: $31.25*_Duties & Responsibilities_* Safe clearing of snow on Highway roadways. De-icing and removal of snow from walks, driveways and parking lots for various Highway properties as assigned. Maintain a clean and safe job site, while ensuring property is not damaged in the efforts of removing snow. Maintain and care for your personal or company provided equipment, tools and vehicles. Proficiently and safely use snow removal equipment such as shovels, plows, snow blowers, vehicles with plow blades, and other power and manually operated tools and equipment used to perform snow removal. Perform highly physical work outdoors on a consistent basis in all weather conditions, specifically very cold, icy, snowy weather. It is required that all Seasonal CDL Plow Drivers have cold weather gear and wear it appropriately to protect themselves against adverse weather conditions. Work as part of a team and take direction. Be available to come in when contacted for all snow and ice weather events. Keep accurate time-sheet records, submitted for review and sign-off by the required deadlines._Locations_* District 1 - Berkshire County/Western, MA* District 2 - Connecticut River Valley/Western, MA* District 3 - Worcester County/Central, MA* District 4 - North Eastern, MA* District 5 - South Eastern, MA & Cape Cod* District 6 - Metro Boston, MA* Weston FacilityIf you have any questions regarding this position, please contact Felis DePina, Human Resources, at 857-###-####.All job applications must be submitted online through MassCareers to be considered. If you need an accommodation to complete the application electronically, please contact the Interim ADA Coordinator, Derrick Mann, at 857-###-####._*Requirements*_* MA Commercial Driver's License (at least class B & class A preferred)* Clean driving record* Ability to pass a drug & alcohol testAn Equal Opportunity / Affirmative Action Employer. Females, minorities, veterans, and persons with disabilities are strongly encouraged to apply.**Job:** **Equipment, Facilities & Services***Organization:** **Massachusetts Department of Transportation***Title:** *Seasonal CDL Plow Drivers***Location:** *Massachusetts***Requisition ID:** *190006UX* Associated topics: company driver team, company driving team, company truck driver, dedicated truck driving, otr company, over the road company, over the road driver, regional driver route, regional driving route, tanker truck driver
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