Mechanic – Diesel/Heavy Equipment

Application Deadline: 2021-11-22
Job Type: County
Job Description:

CALLING ALL SKILLED DIESEL/HEAVY EQUIPMENT MECHANICS!

Come expand your career with an organization that values and supports you to learn, grow, and develop. Join our collaborative, supportive, and results-driven team. This role provides the opportunity to bring your whole self to work, engage, lead, and drive your own learning and growth within the organization. La Crosse County leaders are committed to provide a supportive and inclusive work environment. We are also dedicated to your learning and development to grow in an organization that is deep in talent.

This is a skilled mechanic position in the County Highway Department performing skilled mechanical work installing, assembling, testing, maintaining and repairing a variety of highway construction and maintenance apparatus and equipment. Employees in this class often make independent decisions and judgments in exercising the skills of the trade.

This is a full-time position working the following hours, and will include overtime:
–Winter: Monday-Friday, 7:00am – 3:00pm
–Summer: Monday-Thursday, 6:00am – 4:00pm

Associate Experience – What’s In It For You?
Supportive, collaborative, inclusive, and diverse workforce.
Career learning, development, and growth opportunities.
Culture of respect and dignity, teamwork, honesty, and integrity.
Serving your community in a purposeful and meaningful way.
Flexibility with generous paid time-off benefits.
Excellent benefits:
••Wisconsin Retirement System – Very stable and strong
••Health Insurance with options for free care
••Dental Insurance with many services covered at 100%
••Life Insurance with short and long-term disability

We will be accepting applications until the right person is hired.

La Crosse County Respects Diversity

https://www.lacrossecounty.org/personnel/employment.asp

Deadline Note: We be accepting applications until the position is filled

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