Caltrans says it's in desperate search for 1,100 new workers after a wave of retirements and an increased workload due to the state's gasoline tax hike. The department needs to fill new positions created by that tax.
REPORT: Caltrans desperate to fill 2,000 new jobs created by gasoline tax
Positions range from highway and bridge maintenance to engineers to administrative assistants.
Caltrans says it has already hired nearly 600 people at recent job fairs, it's now looking for hundreds more.
If you're interested in applying just head to the next Caltrans recruitment event. There are at least three in San Jose this month and several in Berkeley in October. You can also apply online.
Go here if you would like to apply.