The Wyoming Department of Transportation Telecommunications Program typically has one or more radio technical job openings, somewhere in the state. These rewarding jobs make a difference by providing mission-critical communications to public safety agencies that save lives.
Though the pay scale listed for our technician positions may be lower than some metropolitan areas, so is the cost of living and tax burden in Wyoming. Wyoming has no State income tax. Retirement and health insurance benefits for state workers are excellent and dependable. Wyoming is a major energy producer, and its economy and the State budget are healthy.
We are proud of Wyoming's quality of life. Traffic congestion is a rare thing in Wyoming. With only 520,000 people living in nearly 98,000 square miles, Wyoming is a friendly state of wide-open spaces, clean air and blue skies. Wyoming residents like to think of their state as a small town with very long streets and really big parks. Outdoor recreational opportunities abound, with attractions like Yellowstone and Grand Teton Parks, Devils Tower, seven national forests, twelve state parks and a multitude of other open spaces... all near your back door. If you like to hunt, fish, ski, boat, hike, bike or camp, Wyoming is the state for you.
These jobs generally require a solid background and education in electronics, with an emphasis on public-safety land mobile two-way and other terrestrial radio-frequency communications systems. Our technicians often perform their work in Wyoming scenic but physically demanding outdoor environments.
To check for WYDOT Telecommunications job openings, visit the State of WY job board -
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