|Posting Date: November 20, 2020 |
|Position Type: Full -Time, hourly|
Department: Fleet management
|Compensation Range: $19.07 - $21.33 hourly|
|Closing Date: Open until filled.|
Job Summary: The principle function of this position is to assist in the repair, set up, dismantling and upkeep of all county owned vehicles and equipment.
- Perform all tire mounting and balancing for vehicles and mowing equipment.
- Perform all other duties as assigned.
- Perform light to intermediate repairs and service the following on vehicles and equipment which includes component replacement, exhaust work, light replacement, basic tune-ups, battery replacement, alternators, starters, thermostats, and serpentine belt replacement.
- Perform routine fluid changes, filter changes and vehicle inspections
- Perform other duties as may be assigned
- Graduation from high school or G.E.D. equivalent.
- Possession of a valid Wisconsin Driver’s License at time of application and maintained during incumbency.
- Two (2) years of practical work experience in servicing or repairing automotive vehicles, equipment and/or construction equipment.
- Possession of hand tools of the trade.
- Able to push/pull up to 25lbs and lift/carry up to 75lbs on a daily basis.
- Basic knowledge of software and fleet work order system familiarity.
- Routine shifts hours. Infrequent overtime, weekend, or shift rotation.
- Intermittent or cyclical work pressures with occasional exposure to high stress work environments.
- Basic knowledge of computer programs such as Microsoft Word and Excel preferred.
Knowledge, Skills and Abilities: Knowledge of standard practices and methods of automotive maintenance and equipment repair (gasoline and/or diesel); skill in the maintenance and/or repair of automotive vehicles and other gasoline and/or diesel equipment; Exchange of basic information with internal and/or external contacts. Read, write and comprehend simple instructions, reports, short correspondence and memos. Read, analyze, and interpret safety rules, operating/maintenance instructions and procedure manuals, scientific/technical journals and procedures, government regulations, financial and legal documents.
PR 15-DC Org
Unit: 5300 MS
|Note: This Original Examination is open to current residents of the state of Wisconsin. In accordance with Rule III section 11 of the Civil Service Rules a non-competitive examination will be held for this position. The non-competitive examination will consist of a review of candidate materials, education and related experience.|
Milwaukee County offers a comprehensive blend of benefits designed to make your life better both inside and outside of the workplace. Milwaukee County conducts job related criminal background checks and pre-employment screenings.
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