| Current Position Openings
- PT Automotive Lab Technician (Grant Funded until March 31, 2018)|
|Position Title: PT Automotive Lab Technician (Grant Funded until March 31, 2018)|
Position Classification: Part-Time Classified
Minimum Position Qualifications:
- Education - High School Diploma or equivalent.
- Experience - Two (2) years relevant experience in the Automotive or related industry.
- Skills - Proficient in servicing and maintaining automotive, welding and diesel equipment.
Responsible for the monitoring and maintaining of lab equipment to ensure it is in proper working order; under the direction of the Department Chair or Faculty, assist in maintaining the educational lab environment to meet professional standards; responsible for setting up for various labs and breaking down labs after completion; responsible for maintaining service manual files, spare parts, vendor information to support labs; assists Department Chair with annual inventory; checks equipment safety; maintains inventory, including hand tools, and orders supplies for labs; prepares lab materials for various labs; prepares all waste in labs for disposal on a regular basis; ability to move up to 50 lbs.Entry Salary: $9.15/hour
Standard Work Week: 20 hours
Apply End Date: February 28, 2018.
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Candidates representing all aspects of diversity are encouraged to apply.