Burleigh County Human Resources
316 N 5th St, Ste 106, Bismarck, ND 58501
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$30,000 - $49,999
Under direct supervision of the Shop Maintenance Supervisor, is responsible for performing journeyman level automotive/heavy equipment mechanics and welding.
• Requires a high school diploma or General Equivalency Diploma (GED). A graduate of a two-year technical institute with specialization in automotive or heavy equipment mechanics, or have a minimum of four years of documented on the job experience, performing duties similar to those listed under duties and responsibilities preferred.
• Must have knowledge of functions and components of engines, ignitions, cooling systems, brake and hydraulic systems, and the methods, materials, tools, and mechanic practices of automotive, heavy equipment, and diesel engines.
• Must have the ability to identify, locate, and repair minor and major malfunctions using the proper tools, gauges, and instruments required to perform such repairs.
• Must have knowledge of making welding repairs and technical fabrication with new and used pipe and iron stock; ability to use acetylene torch and electric arc welder with correct rods and welding procedures.
• Must have experience operating drill presses, turning lathe, bench grinders and various types of shop tools and equipment.
• Must have the ability to use manufacturers’ manuals to determine tune-up specifications, adjustment tolerances and mounting instructions.
• Must have basic knowledge and ability to operate heavy equipment and trucks and possess and retain at the employee’s expense, a CDL Class A driver’s license with N. endorsement as issued by the Driver’s License Division of the State of North Dakota, and a clean driving record. If a candidate has the ability to obtain this license within six months of hire, the application will be considered. This will be required at the candidate’s expense.
• Must have a clean driving record and must live within an approximate 45-minute response time of the Bismarck shop.