Mechanic/Fabricator IIIOPENING DATE: October 17, 2012
EMPLOYMENT PERIOD: Full-time; 12 months
START DATE: As soon as possible
- Maintain, repair, and supervise the repair of university vehicles and equipment, including:
- van fleet
- standard and commercial trucks and automotive vehicles
- various construction and farm equipment
- a wide variety of 2 cycle and 4 cycle construction and landscape maintenance equipment and hand tools
- Purchase parts and maintain accurate parts inventory and purchase and maintenance records.
- Supervise student employees as well as temporary employees
- Waste recycling, including oils, antifreeze, etc.
- Attend to stranded vehicles as needed at any hour, to repair or tow back to campus.
- Minimum 4 years of well rounded experience in automotive, farm, or industrial equipment repair.
- Mechanical certification or other formal education in automotive and/or industrial/farm equipment repair helpful.
- Ability to make local deliveries and pick-ups, including valid driver license with good driving record; CDL license A or B helpful.
- Must be a self starter, well organized, customer oriented and flexible, able to change tasks on short notice as needed.
- Good recordkeeping skills.
- Supervisory experience helpful; good supervision and delegation skills.
- Regular, dependable attendance
- Availability and willingness to work off hours, including weekends, to attend to stranded vehicles or other urgent needs is also a must
- Good physical condition required with ability to regularly lift, carry, push or pull 70 pounds and to perform tasks that may involve twisting, turning, bending, climbing and standing for prolonged periods of time.
- Experience in the following also helpful: welding fabrication, farm equipment technician, computer usage, commercial small engine repair, line mechanic, automotive electrical and drivability repair, and electric and alternative fuel vehicles
- Evangelical Christian commitment and lifestyle consistent with the university’s mission as described on our website.
- Candidates should also value an environment that reflects the diversity of God’s kingdom, engages in global concerns, and connects culturally.
Pay Range 7; $16.22 - $19.06 per hour, depending on experience
Competitive benefits: Vacation; sick leave; holidays; medical, dental, life and long-term disability insurance; retirement plan; and tuition remission.
REPORTS TO: Superintendent of GroundsTO APPLY: Submit application, resume, and letter of interest to: Office of Human Resources, George Fox University, 414 N. Meridian, No. 6108, Newberg, OR 97132. Your application materials may also be scanned and attached to an email to: HR@georgefox.edu. If you choose to fax your materials, our fax number is 503-554-2186. The University reserves the right to fill the position as circumstances warrant.