The Information Services Division (ISD) at the Montana Department of Transportation is an excellent place to start a tech career! Join the Information Services Division and you'll be part of a team that provides a full range of services including network management, server systems administration, desktop and mobile computer systems administration, database administration, applications development and maintenance, integrated systems development, Internet and Intranet web page development, data security and disaster recovery, and so much more!

Broad Focus

We deliver a full range of IT services to the department including application and web programming, network and database administration, geospatial services, records management, customer support, print shop, and training.

Exciting Technology

ISD builds and maintains systems that support vital transportation and safety functions including road and pavement condition reporting, geospatial mapping, and Internet and Intranet communication.

Training & Advancement

Whether your goal is to excel in a technical role or move into management, ISD can help you to grow in your career. Your advancement is the goal of our continuing education and career ladder programs. College courses, certification classes, conferences, and a management development program are just a few of the educational opportunities that await you as you begin employment at ISD.

Community Impact

A job at ISD is a job you can feel good about doing because what you do has a positive impact on your community. MDT’s mission is to serve the public by establishing a transportation system that emphasizes safety, environmental preservation, cost effectiveness and quality. It’s a mission all our divisions take to heart.

Career Opportunities

ISD has taken a progressive approach to attract and retain employees and offers opportunities for career advancement and development. Programming or IT careers at MDT include: Computer Support Technicians and Specialists; Computer Programmers and Systems Analysts; Data Control Specialists; Records Specialists; Network and Computer Systems Administrators and Analysts; and Database Administrators.