Maintenance Mechanic 8-E9
Maintenance Mechanic 8-E9
$22.05 - $31.08 Hourly
Harrison Township, MI
Permanent Full Time
Military and Veterans Affairs
2/16/2024 11:59 PM Eastern
MICHIGAN STATE EMPLOYEES ASSOCIATION (MSEA)
Performs any combination of maintenance mechanic duties to repair property and associated commercial and industrial equipment at this facility. Work is accomplished with a variety of machines, tools, and equipment using independent judgment and journey level skills. Perform Carpentry, HVAC, Plumbing, and Electrical troubleshooting and repair skills.
To view the full position description, please clickhere (https://mcsc.state.mi.us/AgencyPDFs/M.M%20Position%20Description%202022.pdf) .
The Michigan Department of Military and Veterans Affairs (DMVA) is committed to cultivating a positive workplace culture where diversity is the norm and where inclusion is fostered. In an effort to mitigate bias in the hiring process, applicants' personal information, such as your name and address, is hidden during initial review. Applicants are therefore encouraged to provide detailed education and work experience in the online application, which will be the primary focus of the initial review of your application. As your attached resume is also hidden during this review, please do not put "see resume" instead of listing duties under your work experience.
Required Education and Experience
Educational level typically acquired through completion of high school.
Maintenance Mechanic 8
Two years of experience assisting skilled trades workers in the mechanical or electrical trades.
Maintenance Mechanic E9
Four years of experience assisting skilled trades workers in the mechanical or electrical trades, including two years equivalent to a Maintenance Mechanic 8.
Alternate Education and Experience
Completion of a recognized program in vocational training for the mechanical or electrical trades may be substituted for two years of experience assisting skilled trades workers.
Additional Requirements and Information
Some positions in this job series may be assigned duties that require the application of pesticides, which may require certification or registration as a pesticide applicator in compliance with the Pesticide Control Act of 1976.
Some positions in this job series are assigned job duties that may require possession of the commercial driver's license issued by the Secretary of State as required by Public Act 346 of 1988 to operate a designated state vehicle.
View the job specification at: http://www.michigan.gov/documents/MaintenanceMechanic_12814_7.pdf
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