South County Shop Supervisor

Job Description:
POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT Pacific County Department of Public Works SOUTH COUNTY SHOP SUPERVISOR The Pacific County Department of Public Works has an opening for a full time South County Shop Supervisor at the Long Beach Shop.
A management level position responsible for daily operations common to an equipment repair facility, and oversight of one or more mechanic positions and others.
Qualifications: To perform in this position, a person must have the essential skill, ability, and knowledge that are represented by these qualifications.
Pacific County will provide reasonable accommodations to enable disabled individuals to perform in the position.
Four Years of increasingly responsible experience in the maintenance, repair, and evaluation of equipment ranging from small engines to heavy-duty construction equipment, demonstrated proficiency in servicing both hydraulic and air brake systems including anti-sk-id, and a minimum two years supervisory experience.
Certificates from accredited programs in; hydraulic and air brake system including anti-skid; gasoline engine diagnostics, repair, and maintenance; diesel engine diagnostics, repair, and maintenance; knowledge and experience with closed and open circuit hydraulic systems; related college course work; along with two years of continuous on the job experience.
CERTIFICATES & LICENSES: High School Diploma or GED.
Valid Washington State Commercial Driver's License Class "A" without brake restriction, with tanker endorsement, or ability to obtain within 60 days.
23 / hr.
APPLICATION: Applications and a complete position description are available Monday through Friday, between the hours of 8:00 AM and 4:00 PM, from Pacific County Department of Public Works, 211 N Commercial Street, Raymond, WA 98577 or by phone at (360) 875-9368 or (360) 642-9368.
Applications are also available on the web at www.
CLOSING DATE: Open until filled.
Pacific County is an equal opportunity employer.
Pacific County is a "Drug Free" employer and may require a background check and screening for the applicant selected for employment.
Pacific County

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