This position will work with public and specialist transit sub recipients to collect, analyze, and process quarterly and annual financial and operation reports. In addition, this position will be responsible for researching and analyzing public transit funding distribution methodology, which entails identifying how other states in the region and nation allocate funds annually among rural and urban transit systems and how it compares to Wisconsin's approach
This position is expected to work approximately 20 hours a week.
WisDOT does not sponsor work visas. Any appointment made will be contingent on the applicant being able to prove valid status to work in the United States.
Prior to any appointments for position(s) filled from this announcement, candidates may be subject to a comprehensive criminal background check which may include FBI fingerprinting.
Wisconsin residency is required for Limited Term Employment positions.
Limited Term Employment (LTE) positions are not civil service classified positions, do not have any rights to permanent civil service classified positions, and do not lead to permanent status.
A minimally qualified applicant will have experience working in a team environment to complete a task or project, as well as communicating with multiple individuals or parties, and presenting information to an audience. Additionally, a minimally qualified candidate will have experience with basic computer programs such as Microsoft applications like Word, Outlook, Access or Excel or similar applications; experience using office equipment, such as scanners and copying machines, and will have a high attention to detail.Finally, a minimally qualified applicant will have experience analyzing data and creating written professional documents. This experience may be in writing reports, papers, or other professional communication.
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