General Definition of Work
This recruitment is for the purpose of establishing an
eligibility list forfuture anticipated vacancies.
Equipment Mechanic I Hiring Range:
$20.94 - $22.43/Hourly; DOQ
New employees will normally be hired at the first step of the
salary range, depending on qualifications.
Performs intermediate technical work maintaining and repairing a
variety of automotive and specialized equipment, performing
computer diagnostics and fabrication methods, maintaining records,
and related work as apparent or assigned. Work is performed under
the limited supervision of the Fleet Maintenance Supervisor.
May require non-standard schedule to include days, nights,
weekends, holidays and call back.
The ideal candidate will be able to perform maintenance/repairs
on light duty vehicles (passenger cars,pickup trucks, SUV's, van,
mini-busses, etc.) to include: replacingair, hydraulic and
anti-lock brakes, repairing transmissions; repairing light duty gas
anddiesel engines, working on electrical systems, repairing heating
and cooling systems, andrepairing steering and suspension systems.
They will also be able to perform repairs onancillary equipment
typical of municipal fleets including: lifts, light bars and
lightingaccessories. They should have experience troubleshooting
and have experience with newercomputerized diagnostic programs. A
desire to learn/train on heavier duty systems and firetrucks is
High School diploma or GED and moderate experience in automotive
equipment maintenance, or equivalent combination of education and
Possession of or ability to obtain Forklift certification issued
by a nationally recognized agency within one (1) year of hire,
based on assignment.
Automotive Service Excellence (ASE) Certification issued by the
National Institute for Automotive Excellence is preferred.
National Incident Management Systems (NIMS) training based on
Must meet and maintain all training and education requirements
for the position.
Valid Arizona Driver License of appropriate class.
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The City reserves the right to consider only the most highly
qualified applicants. The succeeding examination processes may be
required: training and experience, testing, panel interview,
fingerprint identification, employment eligibility verification
(EEV) requirements, personnel evaluation profile (PEP), polygraph
test, background investigation and alcohol/drug screening test.
Lake Havasu City complies with the Drug Free Workplace Act of 1988
and Department of Transportation Drug Testing Program. Drug and
alcohol testing is conducted under the authority of City policy and
the Omnibus Transportation Employee Testing Act of 1991.
Appointment subject to successful background investigation and City
paid post-employment medical examination after offer of employment
has been made.