The Hiring Range for this position is $32,410-$39,489
Position is open until filled.
The first review of applications will occur on May 13, 2013.
The Maintenance Mechanic I performs semi-skilled tasks in maintenance and repair of machinery and equipment at water, wastewater, and wastewater collection system facilities. Work involves the operation of machinery, but emphasis is on servicing, repairing, and performing preventative maintainance on various equipment. This position may be required to assist with complex equipment repairs. Position is required to safely work around operating machinery.
Position requires a high school diploma or GED, a minimum six months experience in a related field, and a valid driver's license. Position also requires basic knowledge of hand and power tools and mechanical equipment and parts.
The ideal candidate will be a self-starter and highly motivated with the ability to work independently and as a team. The ideal candidate will also possess computer skills and excellent customer service skills.
Only a limited number of the most highly qualified applicants meeting the City’s requirements will be invited for an interview. Examination process for this position will include:
First Year Objectives:
First 3 Months of Employment:
First 6 Months of Employment:
- Become familiar with the Department’s policies and procedures such as leave forms and timesheets.
- Become familiar with all site locations of water, wastewater and collection facilities.
- Become familiar with the O & M Manuals, tool and spare parts inventory and their locations.
- Complete training on the crane vehicle.
First 12 Months of Employment:
- Perform general preventative maintenance at 157th Ave WRF, as it pertains to lubricating and greasing of equipment.
- Become familiar with suppliers/vendors and their locations.
- Demonstrate the ability to interpret schematics and prints.
- Perform general preventative maintenance at Corgett and Rainbow Valley WRF without supervision.
- Obtain a Grade I Wastewater Treatment Operator certification.
The City of Goodyear is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Any applicant requiring additional assistance, please contact the Human Resources Department for accommodations. Prior to appointment, selected candidate(s) must pass a motor vehicle record check, criminal history check, and, if necessary for the position, a physical evaluation and/or credit history check. The City of Goodyear supports a drug and alcohol-free workplace.
The Smoke-Free Arizona Act is to protect Arizonans from the harmful effects of second-hand smoke; therefore, the City of Goodyear prohibits smoking in all designated "no smoking" areas, including enclosed areas and areas within 20 feet of the entrances (except for patios). www.smokefreearizona.org (A.R.S. § 36-601.01)