What we do:
WisDOT’s team of creative, dedicated professionals in the Bureau of Information Technologies (BITS) use innovative methods, tools and processes to effectively and securely deliver solutions. The work we do benefits the citizens of the state with all of their transportation-related needs. While WisDOT engineers construct the roads and bridges, State Troopers protect, and DMV licenses drivers, IT builds and maintains the technical infrastructure that make it all possible.
Explore the range of skills, interests and these
- Business Analysts
- Cloud Architects
- Database Administrators
- Desktop Support
- Document Management Support
- GIS Administrators/Developers
- IT Managers
- Mobile Support
- Network Engineers
- Project Managers
- Relationship Managers
- Security Analysts
- Server Technicians
- Tableau/Business Objects Developers
- Technology/Data Architects
Why we do it:
Earning a competitive salary plus the long-term benefits – generous vacation and roll-over sick time, paid training, insurance plus retirement – provides for a secure, work/life balance with WisDOT.
- “I have young kids so the practical benefits like the health insurance package, paid leave, and flexibility have been important.”
Growing, training and meaningful contributions are fostered in the collaborative environment.
- “I can leave work every day knowing I’ve done all I can to make WisDOT the best for the citizens of Wisconsin. The life/work balance is fantastic and pairs well with the benefits.”
- “I think there are lots of career advancement opportunities which I believe contributes to the retention of employees and growth here at WisDOT. I enjoy many of my coworkers and have learned a lot from some pretty great mentors within the organization.”
Working as a team to apply the department’s WisDOT IDEA (Integrity, Diversity, Excellence and Accountability) puts these core values into action.
- “The people at WisDOT are fantastic. The longer you work here the more you’ll see the “family” of WisDOT. People really do care for one another and that’s important to me.”
Balancing remote work and flexibility with challenging projects keeps career and family on track.
- “I’m glad to be offered the opportunity to work a hybrid work schedule and the benefits of all that.”
- “I also really appreciate the challenging work, life/work balance, and the flexibility provided by this workplace.”
How we do it:
IT specialists support the unique needs of WisDOT’s divisions. We work collaboratively, within a team and independently, to design robust solutions.
- “My work specifically is all about finding ways to improve how we develop, support, implement, and maintain the huge portfolio of software, data, and applications.”
- “My area specifically supports the application development efforts that benefit many internal processes here at WisDOT, which in turn allows for employees to be able to be able to more efficiently perform their job duties.”
Team members are able to work up to 60% of the time remotely.
To further develop knowledge, careers and community, our team members can participate in IT-related special interest groups, such as the Web User Group, DevOps Community of Practice, or Project Management Community of Collaboration, to further develop their knowledge, careers and community.
There are also opportunities to participate in IT governance through various internal and external focused groups and councils.
Explore the work/life benefits and opportunities with WisDOT's team of IT experts:
Bureau of Information Technology Services: a career with work/life balance
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