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Company Name :-
State of Ohio Jobs
Position Name :-

Company Location :-
Fremont, OH
Job Category :-

Full Job Description :-
Primary Location
: United States of America-OHIO-Sandusky County-Fremont

Work Locations
: HP Fremont Post 2181 West Bypass Route 20 Fremont 43420

: Public Safety

Classified Indicator
: Classified

Bargaining Unit / Exempt
: Bargaining Unit

: Full-time

Work Hours
: See Work Hours Below

: $20.76 per hour

Unposting Date
: Ongoing

Job Function
: Automotive

Job Level
: Individual Contributor

Agency Contact Name
: Kate Wade

Agency Contact Information
: kewade@dps.ohio.gov

Motor Carrier Enforcement Inspector (22000315)

Job Duties

Ohio Department of Public Safety – Ohio State Highway Patrol
Report in location: 2181 West Bypass Route 20, Fremont, 43420
Work Hours: 6 AM – 10 PM; Working days and hours may vary
About Us:
Our mission is to save lives, reduce injuries and economic loss, administer Ohio’s motor vehicle laws and preserve the safety and wellbeing of all citizens.
Job Duties as a Motor Carrier Enforcement Inspector:
Under direction of Motor Carrier Enforcement Supervisor, enforces commercial motor vehicle laws by independently conducting roadside inspections of commercial motor vehicles & drivers to ensure compliance with federal & state safety regulations (e.g., travels in state issued vehicle within designated area or to specific location {e.g. weigh station, rest area, & road side} to conduct inspections of commercial motor vehicles; climbs into trucks & trailers to check for proper cargo securement & presence of hazardous materials; bends, stoops & utilizes mechanics’ “creeper” in order to crawl under vehicle to visually check vehicle mechanical components {e.g., brakes, shoes, linings, drums, hoses, air reserve tanks & measurements, vehicle suspension, springs, steering {e.g., drag links, tie rods; frame cracks}; inspects company markings & safety equipment {e.g., lights, fire extinguisher, reflective triangles}, vehicle equipment, load securement, driver’s operator’s license, medical certificate & log book & hours of service records); Documents & reports economic violations with Public Utilities Commission of Ohio (PUCO); Investigates assigned complaints regarding violation of PUCO rules & regulations; Utilizes portable laptop & other computer equipment (e.g., research motor carrier operating authority, registration, insurance & record inspection data; electronically transfers inspection data to PUCO); Makes on-site recommendation to correct violations; Provides assistance where possible; Maintains effective public relations with drivers, company representatives, law enforcement officers & others to ensure compliance (e.g., checks compliance with hazardous material regulations, refers to PUCO & federal rules & regulations, policies & procedures, federal hazardous material regulations, out-of-service criteria & other reference sources) with state & federal safety regulations (e.g., Ohio Administrative Code Ch. 4901-PUCO, the Ohio Revised Code 5503.31, Title 49, Code of Federal Regulations, Title 49, Parts 100-180, 383, 387, 390-397).

Prepares reports reflecting inspection of vehicles & drivers (e.g., vehicle inspection, daily activity, maintains division policy & related reference materials); Provides field training & coaching to new inspectors; Assists other inspectors, troopers & local law enforcement (e.g. assist with traffic control, hazardous material incidents, provides guidance on commercial vehicle enforcement); Prepares & delivers presentations &/or training related to highway safety & compliance with state & federal rules (e.g. inspection procedures, cargo securement, human trafficking, etc.); Ensures vehicles & drivers were placed out-of-service & proper corrections were made; Testifies in court in regards to violations; Assists general public on roadways (e.g. driving directions, change flat tires, calls in assistance for drivers-in-distress); Performs other related duties as assigned.
What’s in it for you:
At the State of Ohio, we take care of the team that cares for Ohioans. We provide a variety of quality, competitive benefits to eligible full-time and part-time employees. For a list of all the State of Ohio Benefits, visit our Total Rewards website! Our benefits package includes:
Medical Coverage

Quality, affordable, and competitive medical benefits are offered through the Ohio Med PPO plan.

Dental, Vision and Basic Life Insurance

Dental, vision and basic life insurance premiums are free after one year of continuous service.

Time Away From Work and Work/Life Balance

Paid time off, including vacation, personal, and sick leave
11 paid holidays per year
Childbirth/Adoption leave

Ohio Public Employees Retirement System

OPERS is the retirement system for State of Ohio employees. The employee contributes 10% of their salary towards their retirement. The employer contributes an amount equal to 14% of the employee’s salary. Visit the OPERS website for more information.

Deferred Compensation

The Ohio Deferred Compensation program is a 457(b) voluntary retirement savings plan. Visit the Ohio Deferred Compensation website for more information.

Ohio is a Disability Inclusion State and strives to be a Model Employer of Individuals with disabilities. The State of Ohio is committed to providing access and inclusion and reasonable accommodation in its services, activities, programs and employment opportunities in accordance with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and other applicable laws.


6 mos. trg. or 6 mos. exp. in motor carrier inspection or commercial vehicle maintenance; 1 course or 3 mos. exp. in public relations; valid driver’s license.

Or 6 mos. exp. in enforcing commercial motor vehicle laws or regulations; 1 course or 3 mos. exp. in public relations; valid driver’s license.

Or equivalent of Minimum Class Qualifications for Employment noted above.

Major Worker Characteristics

Knowledge of: Safety practices; Public relations; Agency policies & procedures (e.g., ODPS & OSHP)*; Government structure & process (e. g., State & Federal laws, rules & regulations pertaining to motor carrier industry operations Ohio Administrative Code*, Chapter 4901-PUCO*, Ohio Revised Code*, Title 49*, Code of Federal Regulations*, Title 49*, Parts 100-180*, 383, 387*, 390-397*, motor carrier maintenance, inspection & investigation tech-niques for hazardous materials shipping & crash-es); Interviewing principles & techniques.
Skill in: Word processing (Microsoft appli-cations; LEADS; OTIS); Equipment (e.g., portable laptop other computer equipment, camera, & two-way radio).
Ability to: Define problems, collect data, establish facts & draw valid conclusions; Calculate fractions, dec-imals & percentages; Prepare meaningful, concise & accurate reports; Gather collate & classify information about data, people or things; Handle sensitive inquiries from & contacts with motor carrier industry & general public; Demonstrate physical fitness to perform job functions (e.g., bend, stoop, crawl, lift, climb); DEMONSTRATE STRENGTH TO LIFT & CARRY UP TO 50 LBS. REPEATEDLY.

Supplemental Information
TRAINING AND DEVELOPMENT REQUIRED TO REMAIN IN THE CLASSIFICATION AFTER EMPLOYMENT Successful completion of all required in-service training programs; must maintain annual certification requirements for all North American standard training to conduct inspections of federal regulations (e.g., level I, hazardous materials, motor coach & cargo tank). Must successfully obtain LEADS certification 6 months after employment. Must re-certify in LEADS every two years as mandated by Ohio Administrative Code 4501:2-10-03 (C)(4).

UNUSUAL WORKING CONDITIONS Requires travel; may be required to work overtime, work nights or weekends & rotating shifts; subject to call out after hours in emergency situations. Works outside exposed to weather, dirt, rust, car fumes, burns from hot engines, fast moving vehicles, highway noise; hazardous materials & unpredictable behavior from vehicle owners & operators; conducts inspections in confined spaces.

This position may be filled by a layoff or certification eligibility list.
This position will be filled in accordance with the bargaining unit agreement if applicable.
This position is essential, meaning the duties this job performs are critical to the continued operations of the Ohio Department of Public Safety during a public safety emergency (OAC 123: 1-46-01 & DAS Directive HR-D-11). This position will be required to report for duty during any public safety emergency.

Background Check Information

A BCI and FBI fingerprint check, a background check, including a polygraph examination, may be required on all selected applicants.
A comparative analysis and/or drug-test may be a requirement of the hiring process.

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