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CUSTOMER REP SPECIAL LICENSE
(Formerly Driver License Examiner I)

Code: 6526

Pay Grade: 16 ($13.55 - $18.97)

Value of State-paid Health and Dental Insurance:

100% State Contribution (employee pays nothing): $377.46 biweekly (Health: $363.77/Dental: $13.69)
95% State Contribution (employee pays 5%): $359.27 biweekly (Health: $345.58/Dental: $13.69)

90% State Contribution (employee pays 10%): $341.08 biweekly (Health: $327.39/Denta:l $13.69)
85% State Contribution (employee pays 15%) $322.89 biweekly (Health: $309.20/Dental: $13.69)

Value of State's share of Employee's Retirement: 11.54% of pay

Opening Date: January 14, 2013

Closing Date: January 28, 2013

Job Description:

This is work in administering examinations to applicants for Class A, B, C, motorcycle, bus, and school bus driver licenses. Employee administers road skill tests, written/oral tests, vision screening, and special examinations to physically challenged and/or adverse driving applicants. Normal work hours are 8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.

Minimum Requirements:

In order to qualify, you must have two (2) years experience affording public contact, a knowledge of Maine Motor Vehicle laws and regulations, and a high school diploma or equivalent. You must attach with the application proof of a High School Diploma or equivalent certificate.

NECESSARY SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS:
  • Possession of a valid Motor Vehicle Driver’s License (you must show proof of license before hire).
  • Live or be willing to move to within 35 miles of the assigned office.
  • Have no extensive motor vehicle violations.
  • Ability to successfully complete all testing requirements to obtain a commercial driver's license.

GENERAL INFORMATION:

Supplemental Qualifications Form (.doc)
Supplemental Qualifications Form (.pdf)

TYPICAL DUTIES in this job classification include:

  • Administers and scores road skill tests for Class A, B, and C vehicles, motorcycles, buses, and school buses.
  • Administers and scores written and oral tests of traffic laws, explaining test results if necessary.
  • Administers vision screening.
  • Investigates adverse reports of an individual’s ability to drive, and administers driving skills tests.
  • Conducts motorcycle driver education instruction and safety training.
  • Speaks to driver education classes and other groups.
  • Cleans, services, re-stocks, and maintains all issued materials (e.g., uniforms, testing equipment, forms and supply kits, vehicles).
  • Records and submits daily, weekly, and monthly activity reports.
  • May operate digital photo licensing equipment.

TESTING PROCEDURE:

The information you provide with your application and Supplemental Qualifications Form will be compared to criteria developed by experts who are familiar with this job and its requirements and converted to a PASS/FAIL score.

The Bureau of Motor Vehicles reserves the right to use any other selection devices necessary in order to identify those candidates who are most qualified.

APPLICATION INFORMATION:

You must complete a Direct Hire application form available on line at the Bureau of Human Resources in Augusta, http://www.maine.gov/bhr/state_jobs/direct_jobs.shtml and all Maine CareerCenter Offices. Be as complete as possible in describing education, training, and work experience (paid and unpaid) on your application. Additional sheets may be used; however, information must be in the same format as shown on the application form.

The completed application, including the required Supplemental Qualifications Form, proof of licensing/registration/certification, copies of post-secondary transcripts, etc. must be sent to:

BUREAU OF MOTOR VEHICLES
HUMAN RESOURCES
#29 STATE HOUSE STATION
AUGUSTA, MAINE 04333-0029

TELEPHONE: (207) 624-9010 FAX: (207) 624-9313

(Located at the 101 Hospital Street, 2nd Floor)

INCOMPLETE APPLICATIONS MAY NOT BE PROCESSED.

PLEASE KEEP A COPY OF YOUR APPLICATION MATERIALS. WE ARE UNABLE TO PROVIDE COPIES OF SUBMITTED MATERIALS.

Maine State Government is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer