The Indiana State Police is now accepting applications for Motor Carrier Inspectors. These permanent scale facilities will include one position at the Ft. Wayne District and two positions at the Versailles District. These scale facilities are located on I-69 in Warren and on I-65 in Seymour. Inspectors enforce both state and federal regulations pertaining to commercial motor vehicles operating within the state of Indiana.Trainees must complete the Motor Carrier Inspector School scheduled to begin on August 14, 2017, and conclude on October 27, 2017. The training will be conducted Monday through Friday at the Commercial Vehicle Enforcement facility in Indianapolis, IN. Housing will be provided. During the training, trainees will develop skills including: emergency vehicle operations, defensive tactics, communications, hazardous materials, first-aid, post-crash investigations and truck inspections.In order to participate in the selection process, applicants for the position of Motor Carrier Inspector must meet the following basic requirements:1. Be a United States citizen.2. Be at least 21 years old by October 27, 2017.3. Possess a high school diploma or G.E.D.4. Possess a valid driver’s license.5. Be required to pass a physical agility test, oral interview, polygraph exam and a backgroundInvestigation.6. Be required to complete a medical exam, a psychological exam and drug test.7. Geographical proximity to the scale facility may be a factor in the selection process.Trainees are paid during the school and are provided all necessary equipment. The starting salary is $27,989 and will increase to $28,825 at the end of the first year of employment. Over the next ten years with step increases in pay, a Motor Carrier Inspector may reach an annual salary of $42,249. A retirement program will be available through PERF.To apply for a Motor Carrier Inspector position, visit the Indiana Government Job Bank at http://www.in.gov/jobs/. All state employment opportunities can be found on this website. To apply for any position with the State of Indiana, you must register with the Indiana Job Bank and have a valid e-mail address. Applications for Motor Carrier Inspector must be submitted by 11:59 PM (Indianapolis time), May 8, 2017.FacebookTwitterCopy LinkEmail
Share:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to email this to a friend (Opens in new window) LITTLE VALLEY – Two new cases of COVID-19 were reported in Cattaraugus County on Saturday.The Cattaraugus County Health Department says the 38th case involves a male resident who lives in the northwest part of the county.The man, officials say, first became ill on Monday after having travel history to Buffalo for his employment.“He was tested (on Thursday) after being symptomatic because he has two family members that are healthcare workers,” said officials. The 39th confirmed case is a woman living in the northeast part of the county who works at a nursing home in Buffalo. She was tested negative for COVID-19 on April 22.“(She was) asymptomatic for the most part except for a dry cough,” explained officials. “She was retested on April 30 since testing was offered for healthcare employees, and her test results on May 1 indicated that she was positive for COVID-19.”The department has now begun a contact tracing investigation in both cases.No new cases of COVID-19 were reported in Chautauqua County on Saturday.
Reports reaching Sportsfilla.com can reveal, Premier Soccer League side SuperSport United have officially contacted AshGold about signing Ghana first choice goalkeeper Fatau Dauda.SuperSport officials watched the 28-year-old during the 2013 AFCON in South Africa and are convinced about his abilities.Officials of SuperSport will fly down to Ghana to hold talks with AshGold before the end of the month to reach a deal for the shot-stopper.AshGold would surely allow the keeper to leave after a five-year stay with the Miners as Robert Dabuo has been acquired as a suitable replacement for him.They will also include striker Yakubu Mohammed in their talks as they hope to secure the two to join midfielder Edwin Gyimah.Gyimah was a huge hit with SuperSport United this term which has prompted the decision for them to look closely at Ghanaian players. Dauda’s performances at the Africa Cup of Nations is also said to have attracted interest from other club in North Africa.