- High school diploma or its equivalent; AND
- Valid State of Michigan Driver's License and a safe driving record. (INDICATE MICHIGAN DRIVER'S LICENSE NUMBER ON FRONT OF APPLICATION.); AND
- Two years (2) years of full-time paid experience maintaining and repairing mechanical equipment; OR
- One (1) year of the above experience and has taken a one (1) year vocational course in mechanics or machine shop; OR
- Three (3) years full-time paid experience as a Wastewater Specialist or Maintenance Mechanic.
In the Department of Public Services, the Pump Station Mechanic works under the general supervision of a Department Manager and duties will include, but are not limited to: install sewage sludge, and water pumps; install chemical feeders and other mechanical equipment; perform scheduled and preventative maintenance and repair on all equipment; perform routine tasks for interior cleaning, including, but not limited to, snow removal, grass cutting and trimming; complete record keeping of wet weather event data and work orders; operate pumping stations and facilities during storm events, including reasonable off-shift overtime, monitor control systems, take samples and perform analyses; assists with confined space entry, as necessary; performs other duties as assigned. The Pump Station Mechanic regularly works with hand tools, power tools, lawn mower, snow blower and personal computer/printer.
TYPES OF TESTS:
A Written test (95%) will be administered covering mechanical and mathematical aptitude. Experience and Training will be rated at (5%).
Wayne County is an Equal Opportunity Employer.