This is the entry level of maintenance and construction work on facilities

such as bridges, buildings, bulkheads, highways, parking areas, piers, railroads, ramps, roads,

taxiways, tunnels, or adjacent areas of the MDTA. Employees utilize the tools, operate the

motorized equipment, and perform the manual tasks essential to the upkeep and appearance of a

facility and highways. Employees work independently or as members of a crew.

This is maintenance work requiring physical exertion, which is performed either outdoors under

all weather conditions or inside an MDTA building. On some assignments, employees may be

required to move objects weighing over 50 pounds and may also be required to work at high

elevations or perform their job in cramped quarters in buildings or underground.

Employees in this position receive guidance from a Facility Maintenance Technician IV or

other designated official and general supervision from a Facility Maintenance Supervisor I or

other designated official. This recruitment will be used to fill vacancies throughout the

MDTA in Baltimore City, Anne Arundel, Baltimore, Cecil, Harford, and Prince Georges


This position will serve a 12-month probationary period.

Employees in this class are considered "Essential Employees" and are subject to call-in 24

hours a day, as may be required in order to maintain continuous and safe operation of a

facility. Employees may be required to work rotating shift work, to include evenings, nights,

weekends, and holidays.

MDTA employees are offered a generous benefits package including: a minimum of 11 paid

holidays, a minimum of 27* days of leave annually (personal, vacation, and sick), access to the

State Pension System, deferred compensation plans, excellent health, dental, and vision plans,

and more! *May be prorated based upon start date.

Additionally, the Facility Maintenance Technician I classification is part of a proficiency

progression series that after all required benchmarks are met and certifications are passed, the

employee may be advanced at a Facility Maintenance Technician II and Facility Maintenance

Technician III classification. This results in significant growth both monetarily and in the level

of duties performed.


Education: Completion of the eighth grade.
Experience: None.
Your placement on an eligible list may be based solely on the contents of your application;
therefore, it is essential that you provide complete and accurate information. Please include all
relevant experience on your application. This includes, but is not limited to, full or part
time, volunteer, military, acting capacity, or any other experience that is relevant to the
position you are applying for.

If you have held more than one (1) position at the same employer, please list each position
that you held and the length of time that you held each position.
1. Employees in the Facility Maintenance Technician I classification are assigned duties
which require the operation of motor vehicles. Employees must possess a Class C motor
vehicle operator's license valid in the State of Maryland. (A full Driving License is
required). Applicants must list the license number and date of expiration on the
2. During the probationary period, the employee will be required to obtain and maintain
a valid Class A or B Commercial Driver's License (CDL) valid in the State of
Maryland, depending on the type of equipment operated, that must be maintained for
continued employment. This includes obtaining and maintaining a valid US DOT
Medical Card (or MVA-issued waiver) every two years. Note: Employees must meet all
Department of Budget and Management policies required for operation of State-owned
vehicles to continue employment.
3. Candidates and promotional employees hired into the Facility Maintenance Technician
I, II and III levels must satisfy the employing administration's training and certification
program requirements during the probationary period.
4. Employees in the Facility Maintenance Technician I, II and III classifications must
satisfy the employing administration's training and certification program requirements to
be eligible for advancement to higher levels.
5. Employees seeking transfer to another administration must satisfy that administration's
training and certification program requirements.