IMMEDIATE OPENINGS AVAILABLE!!!
Public Service Maintenance Workers (Roads) in the Department of Public Services perform a variety of tasks related to the
maintenance and repair of roads, grounds, and structures. Duties may include working with asphalt, hot and cold patching
roads, clearing animal carcasses, flagging for construction projects, setting up road and freeway closures, clearing snow and
ice from roadways, repairing guardrails, cutting grass, limbs and trees and removing log jams. Employees maintain field time
records, prepare reports of work in progress and materials utilized; finish concrete curbings, sidewalks and road pavement;
repair manholes, catch basins and other types of rough masonry construction; maintain signs, assist in loading and unloading
transported materials; perform minor repairs and adjustments; and service and clean equipment. Public Service Maintenance
Workers will be required on a seasonal or intermittent basis to operate various types of highway maintenance and construction
equipment along with the ability to use a variety of hand power tools.
At the time of application and appointment, applicant must have:
• A High School Diploma or GED AND:
• A valid State of Michigan Commercial Driver's License with Type "A" endorsement and a safe and acceptable driving
record. (INDICATE MICHIGAN DRIVER'S LICENSE NUMBER ON FRONT OF APPLICATION.)
Proof of education must be submitted with application.
Appointees must obtain a CDL "N" endorsement within the first three (3) months of their probationary period. Appointees
who do not obtain the "N" endorsement will be removed from the Public Service Maintenance Worker position pursuant to
the Department of Personnel/Human Resources and Department of Public Services procedures.
As a condition of employment, appointees must:
1. Have a drug screen when hired and submit to random drug screen thereafter;
2. Agree to a criminal history check.
Names on the resulting eligibility list will be certified only to positions in the Road Maintenance Division of the Department of
TYPES OF TESTS
Experience and training will be worth (100%).
To establish an eligible list from which to fill present and future vacancies. The eligible list will remain in effect for six (6)
months but may be extended.
The eligible list resulting from this examination will be used only when there are no persons available on the current
established Public Service Maintenance Worker (Roads) list, 2902 OC. This will remain in existence until exhausted or
terminated by the Department of Personnel/Human Resources.
This is a continuous examination and ranking on the eligible list will be subject to change as names are added to and removed
from the list.
Pay Rate and Fringe Benefits: Appointments will usually be made at the minimum rate with annual increases where
applicable. Payment is on a bi-weekly basis. Employees receive liberal fringe benefits, which include vacation pay, sick leave
pay, health care insurance, optical, dental, long term disability, life insurance and a retirement plan.
How to Apply: Applicants must complete application form (P/HR-210), which may be obtained at the office of the Department
of Personnel/Human Resources or apply by visiting www.waynecounty.com/jobs. The application will be used for determining
eligibility for admission to the examination and as a basis for rating experience and training.
Investigation and Probationary Period: An investigation of character and past employment will be conducted. Appointees
must satisfactorily complete a probationary period before the appointment will be considered permanent, in accordance with
the provisions of the collective bargaining agreements.
Veteran's Preference: Honorably discharged war veterans who receive passing grades on examinations will have ten (10)
points added to their final earned examination scores and those who have a service connected disability will have five (5)
points added to their score, for a possible total of fifteen (15) additional points. Requests for and proof of eligibility must be
submitted at the time of the examination.
Equal Employment Opportunity: Wayne County provides equal employment opportunities to all employees and
applicants for employment and prohibits discrimination and harassment of any type without regard to race, color, religion,
age, sex, national origin, disability status, genetics, protected veteran status, sexual orientation, gender identity or
expression, or any other characteristic protected by federal, state or local laws. This policy applies to all terms and
conditions of employment, including but not limited to: recruiting, hiring, placement, promotion, termination, layoff, recall,
transfer, leaves of absence, compensation and training. For information regarding the Department of Justice - EEO
Utilization Report, please visit https://www.waynecounty.com/departments/phr/legal-postings.aspx.
Accommodations: If reasonable accommodation is needed to participate in the job application or interview process, to
perform essential job functions, and/or to receive other benefits and privileges of employment, please contact the Wayne
County Department of Personnel/Human Resources at 313-224-5901 or via email at email@example.com. Hearing
or speech impaired persons using TDD's or similar devices may contact the Michigan Relay Center, toll free at (800) 649-
3777 or 711 to communicate directly with the Department of Personnel/Human Resources during regular working hours.
Appeal of Rejection: Persons denied permission to compete in an examination may make a written appeal to the Wayne
County Civil Service Commission for a final decision. An appeal must be filed within twenty (20) days following the mailing of
the rejection stating the basis on which the application should be accepted.
Review of Examination: A request to review an examination must be made in writing within twenty (20) days after the notice
of result of the examination is mailed. An appeal concerning the rating received must be made in writing within twenty (20)
days after the review. An appeal must state the basis on which it is claimed that the rating is improper.