Transportation Specialist Series application tips
How to get started
The state has launched a new online job application system. This new system, called Recruiting Solutions, will make it easier to search and apply for state jobs.
Go to Recruiting Solutions at the MMB website and search for state jobs. There, you will be able to:
- Upload a unique and tailored resume for each job.
- Automatically fill in portions of the application from your uploaded resume.
- View a progress bar to see what steps remain.
- Track your application and receive status updates throughout the recruitment process.
- Reset your user ID and password automatically.
- Receive automated alerts for new jobs.
Develop and post your resume
Check out the resume writing tips and sample resumes available on the State Job site before you begin to ensure you have all the necessary information at hand. We strongly encourage you to follow the Application and Selection Process outlined on the MMB website, which has specific instructions on how to enter your resume.
Search and apply for a job
To apply for a Transportation Associate or Transportation Generalist position, go to the job search page of the State of Minnesota Jobs site. Enter Transportation Associate in the "Keyword Search and then choose the Minnesota Department of Transportation in the department "drop down" list. You also can choose to view other openings that meet your needs.
Attention, military veterans
- The State of Minnesota Jobs site holds a wealth of information for military veterans interested in state jobs.
- Military veterans can apply for a waiver from the Commercial Driver's License road test through the Minnesota Department of Public Safety.
If you need a reasonable accommodation for testing, please request when scheduling your test so that we can make necessary arrangements.
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.
If you have questions, call MnDOT's Information Line:
651-234-7421 to leave a message. Your call will be returned within two business days.