This week, the public is invited to recruitment events for CDL drivers and mechanics hosted by the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation.

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PennDOT is holding recruitment events for CDL drivers and mechanics this week.

The Pennsylvania Department of Transportation (PennDOT) will hold recruitment events this week in Lancaster and Franklin counties for job seekers interested in learning more about the department’s winter seasonal and permanent CDL operator (starting pay is (dollar)19.72hr.) and diesel and construction equipment mechanic (starting pay is (dollar)22.24hr.) positions.

The Lancaster County Maintenance Office, 2105 Lincoln Highway East, Lancaster, will hold a job fair on Thursday from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m.

According to a press release, for more information, call 717-299-7621.

From 8 a.m. to 3 p.m., there will be a job fair.

On Friday, 619 N Franklin Street, Chambersburg, at the Franklin County Maintenance Office.

Call 717-264-4171 for more information, according to the release.

CDL operators, who must have a valid Pennsylvania (PA) CDL Class A or B with no restrictions, and diesel and construction equipment mechanics, who must have a valid CDL and a PA Class 7 inspector mechanic certification, will be able to speak with recruiters about current and future openings in the commonwealth.

According to the press release, both positions require a valid medical examiner certificate.

There will be on-the-spot applications, interviews, and driving skill testing.

Applicants must bring their CDL license with them at all times.

According to the press release, laptops and staff will be on hand to assist interested applicants in navigating the new electronic application system.

Human Resources representatives will be on hand to discuss benefit options and permanent employment opportunities.

Visit www.employment.pa.gov to learn more about PennDOT jobs.

PennDOT has scheduled rolling stops on I-81/I-78 in Lebanon County on Tuesday.

PennDOT estimates that replacing the I-83 South Bridge will take years, cost $600 million, and result in the addition of tolls.

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