This position reports to the Grounds Supervisor and is responsible for the mechanical maintenance and repair of all campus owned motorized equipment and vehicles. Responsibilities include identifying, scheduling, and performing preventive maintenance and repair work. This position requires knowledge of many different types of hand, power, air, and diagnostic tools. Work is preformed independently, and in a timely manner with limited supervision. Knowledge and experience to carry out all mechanical needs such as small engine repairs, major engine and drive train overhauls, tire repairs, tune ups, and metal fabrication is required. The position requires good communication skills to deal with the customers and fellow employees. This position performs bi – annual vehicle and ATV inspections.
To ensure consideration, please apply by Wednesday, January 24, 2018.