Equipment Services Mechanic – Parks Dept.

Application Deadline: 2021-12-08
Job Type: County
Job Description:

This is skilled, journeyman level mechanical work in the servicing and repair of a variety of automotive and medium and heavy duty equipment. Work involves performing all types of mechanical repair work on trucks and heavy duty construction equipment as well as specialized gasoline and diesel powered equipment, including complex engine repairs, complete overhauls, transmission, brake, and differential repairs. Work is performed in accordance with established procedures and accepted trade practices, and most assignments performed under general supervision. This position does not directly supervise others however, lead responsibility may be required over persons assisting or learning repair work. Considerable independent judgment is exercised in determining work methods, within accepted departmental and trade guidelines and with careful regard for safe work practices. Work originates upon assignment from a supervisor. Work is reviewed by observation and by inspection of work in progress and upon completion.

High school graduation or equivalent preferred, supplemented by two years of school in medium and heavy duty maintenance and two years’ journeyman level experience in mechanical repair work; OR equivalent combination of education and experience. Basic knowledge and experience in engine electronics on modern equipment desirable.

Necessary Special Qualification:
Possession of a valid Wisconsin Class A CDL without air brake restrictions OR pass the required Class A CDL written exams and obtain a Class A CDL without restrictions on air brakes within 60 days of hire. New employees failing to meet this CDL requirement will be terminated.
Driving record that meets County standards.
Final candidates may be required to sign a consent form permitting the County to obtain information from prior employers regarding any positive alcohol and drug tests (including refusals).

Deadline Note:

Jefferson County Register of Deeds Staci Hoffman testified today before the Senate Committee on Housing, Commerce, and Trade on SB 590, which deals with requirements related to condominium documents. @NACoTweets

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