Wisconsin Department of Transportation

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No matter what your education...

Many exciting job opportunities are available at the Wisconsin Department of Transportation each year, from A to W (accountant to word processor). For most jobs at WisDOT there are no minimum educational requirements. We evaluate each candidate based on his/her knowledge and skill related to the job, not whether they have a particular diploma or degree (unless state law requires it for a particular position).

Persons with a high school diploma or a GED typically have the skills and knowledge needed for these jobs (however, a diploma or GED are not required):

  • Consumer Specialist
  • Contracts Specialist
  • DMV Field Agent
  • Equal Rights Officer
  • Financial Specialist
  • Grants Specialist
  • Human Resources Assistant
  • Law Enforcement Dispatcher
  • Office Support
  • Payroll and Benefits Specialist
  • Transportation Customer Representative

Persons with technical school degrees typically have the skills and knowledge needed for these jobs (however, a degree is not required):

  • Communications Technician
  • Electrician
  • Electronics Technician
  • Engineering Specialist and Technician
  • Information Systems Professional
  • Real Estate Specialist
  • Research Technician
  • State Patrol Trooper/Inspector
  • Surveyor

Persons with college degrees typically have the skills and knowledge needed for these jobs (however, a degree is not always required):

  • Accountant/Auditor
  • Aviation Consultant
  • Budget Analyst
  • Civil Engineer
  • Communications Specialist
  • Human Resources Professional
  • Information Systems
  • Program and Policy Analyst
  • Research Analyst
  • Supervisor and Manager
  • Transportation Planner

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Last modified: July 17, 2013

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