We work hard every day to maintain and improve roads throughout Geauga County. We take pride in where we work, and want to share with you what drives us!
Why we do it: Snow and Ice Control
Hear from our snow plow drivers what motivates them to continue to battle Geauga County's brutal winters.
The residents of Geauga County are no strangers to the extreme winter conditions. Every year, the Geauga County Engineer’s Highway Workers are tasked with keeping county highways as safe as possible through snow and ice control. Hear from various Highway Workers why they take on the daunting task year after year, and what motivates them to perform the work.
Meet Joe Rini, a Highway Worker at the Geauga County Engineer's Office.
Joe Rini started at the Geauga County Engineer’s Office in April, 2019 as a Highway Worker I. Joe brought with him a background in excavation and construction work, as well as truck driving experience. Click below to hear more about what brought Joe to our team.
Let Matt Miller tell you about his time as a Highway Technician, and how it set him up to become a Highway Worker!
Matt Miller started at the Geauga County Engineer’s Office as a Highway Technician. Through the Engineer’s mentorship program, and the dedication of our team in assisting Matt in obtaining his Class A CDL, he was able to earn a promotion to Highway Worker I after just a short time at the Engineer’s Office.
Learn about how the Geauga County Engineer's Engineer I position is great for young civil engineers.
Are you looking for an entry-level civil engineering position with potential for growth and opportunities to better yourself both personally and professionally? The Geauga County Engineer’s Office is hiring for its Engineer I position!