Questions and Answers about Colorado Department of Transportation

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CDOT is already contracting out many specialized services. If this trend continues, the organization will be rendered obsolete in the future.

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Be prepared to ask questions of those staff members on what a typical day looks like, and what the cultural hurdles a new employee will encounter.

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Depends on the time of year, at least in the metro, roughly estimates out to about 40 to 60 hours a week. If you don't have snow or any emergencies you will always have 40 hours if you have snow and emergencies you can have a 100 hour week. Unpredictability is CDOT maintenance in the metro.

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Yearly if you are a Peak Performer

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Work is frequently frenzied and hectic due to management's lack of planning. Conversely, budgets are often expended toward the end of the fiscal year causing much "down time".

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It takes at a minimum 3-6 months, absurd amount of time.

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