United States of America-OHIO-Franklin County
Charles D Shipley Building 1970 W Broad St 5th Floor Columbus 43223-1102
Bargaining Unit / Exempt:
See work hours above
18.09 per hour
Oct 23, 2018, 10:59:00 PM
Driver License Examiner 1 Civil Service Exam (180004MR)
Ohio Department of Public Safety - Bureau of Motor Vehicles
Report in location:
multiple driver license exam stations
Tuesday - Friday, 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m., and Saturday, 8:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m.
As prescribed by driver license examiner manual, conducts vehicle inspections & conducts & scores driving skills &/or maneuverability examinations as assigned (e.g., moped, motorcycle, all class licenses, bioptic telescopic comprehensive skills) to determine pass/failure of applicant, except for commercial driver license.
Administers & scores written, oral, interpreter, video, vision, & special BMV ordered examinations for all types of licenses, issues medical papers to applicants who fail vision examinations & tests/screens applicants for physical disabilities/medical problems & determines which, if any, restrictions should be placed on applicant's license due to medical/disabling condition.
Performs desk duties (e.g., provides general information concerning licensing & examination procedures & determines legality of issuing licenses; evaluates applicant information for all types of driver licenses; operates computer to schedule appointments & conduct national driver register inquiries; compiles/ completes & submits all required records & reports; orders needed supplies & equipment).
Performs all routine operations of one or multi-person examining station as assigned (e.g., prepares, checks & submits all station reports; checks uniforms for cleanliness & repair & informs supervisor of needed repairs; periodically checks tests routes to ensure correct tests are administered & maneuverability test sites meet standards; checks testing forms for uniformity of grading; periodically reviews manuals to update/ensure they are current; periodically checks station's files for accuracy & disposes of outdated reports/materials; apprises supervisor of employees reporting off duty; ensures examining station is kept clean & presentable; opens & closes office & ensures examination papers are secure; checks test appointment schedules to ensure fairness & maximum number of assignments have been made; resolves disputes between applicants/public & station employees).
Keeps abreast of changes in motor vehicle laws & division policies & procedures; assists in training new clerical &/or driver license examiner personnel; determines when driving skills & maneuverability examinations should be cancelled due to weather conditions; sets up & tears down & maintains maneuverability examination sites; maintains office & facility site (e.g., dusts; cleans windows inside & outside; vacuums; mops floors; sweeps/ shovels sidewalks); maintains cleanliness of state-owned vehicle & reports needed maintenance.
(These duties are illustrative only. Incumbents may perform some or all of these duties or other job-related duties as assigned.)
Formal education in arithmetic that includes calculating fractions, decimals & percentages & in reading, writing & speaking English; 1 course or 3 mos. exp. in human/public relations; successful completion of driver education & safety course &/or defensive driving course, instructor training course, driver license examiner course or any other related driver training course; valid Ohio Class 'D' Driver License; must be 21 years of age per Section 4507.05 (A) (2) (B).
- Or equivalent of Minimum Class Qualifications For Employment noted above.
Major Worker Characteristics
laws & signs applicable for operation of motorized vehicles & Bureau of Motor Vehicles' policies & procedures governing testing for & issuing of driver licenses*; human/public relations; interviewing*; driver education & safety.
operation of all types of motorized vehicles for which examinations are conducted; operation of computer, vision machine & other office & testing equipment*.
read, write & speak English; calculate fractions, decimals & percentages; administer & score examinations in accordance to prescribed guidelines; handle routine telephone & in-person contact with applicants, public & other government representatives & resolve controversy with fairness; demonstrate agility to conduct vehicle inspections, strength to lift/move equipment to set up, tear down & maintain maneuverability test sites & dexterity in use of hands, arms, legs & feet to operate all types of motor vehicles for which examinations are given.
(*) Developed after employment
**THIS POSTING IS FOR APPLICANTS TO APPLY TO TAKE THE DRIVER LICENSE EXAMINER 1 CIVIL SERVICE EXAM.**
TRAINING AND DEVELOPMENT REQUIRED TO REMAIN IN THE CLASSIFICATION AFTER EMPLOYMENT: Must maintain valid Ohio Class 'D' Driver License.
UNUSUAL WORKING CONDITIONS:
Required to ride in automobiles with inexperienced drivers; exposed to dust, dirt & exhaust fumes; exposed to weather conditions when working outside; required to travel from one examination facility to another as assigned; must provide own transportation; may be required to work flexible hours.
Applicants will be able to select which District(s) within Ohio is their desired work location.
THIS EXAM IS DESIGNED FOR NON-DPS EMPLOYEES ONLY. DRIVER LICENSE EXAMINER 1 VACANCIES WILL FIRST BE FILLED PER THE OCSEA AGREEMENT, ARTICLE 17.
When the posting closes all applications will be reviewed for minimum qualifications. An email notification will be sent to all applicants that will explain the determination after a review by Human Resources.
If selected to move forward to the examination phase, dates will be emailed out for applicants to self-schedule a date/time.
Applicants selected for consideration will be required to travel to one (1) of the designated testing locations provided. Testing location addresses will be emailed out to applicants who are invited to self-schedule for the exam.
The Driver License Examiner 1 examination can take up to 90 minutes.
Interviews will be conducted once vacancies have become available and the OCSEA agreement, Article 17 has been fulfilled.
All Driver License Examiner employees are issued the following uniform items (including free Dry-Cleaning):
Cold Weather Apparel
Any person who has completed service in the uniformed services, who has been honorably discharge from the uniformed services or transferred to the reserve with evidence of satisfactory service, and who is a resident of this state and any member of a reserve component of the armed forces of the United States, including the Ohio National Guard (having completed 180-days of active duty) shall receive additional credit of 20% of the person's total passing grade.
A member in good standing of a reserve component of the armed forces, including Ohio National Guard, that has successfully completed the initial entry-level training shall received a credit of 15% of the person's total passing grade.
Background Check Information
Per the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration, Title 49:
Transportation, Part 384:
**Any person(s) who have been convicted of a felony within the last 10 years and/or have a conviction involving fraudulent activities will not be considered for this position.**
A background check, tax check, and FBI & BCI fingerprint check, will be required on all selected applicants.
A comparative analysis and/or drug test may be a requirement of the hiring process.