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Culver City Hiring Fleet Technician

December 01, 2014 - Press Release

The City of Culver City, Calif., is hiring a senior fleet services technician to join its award-winning fleet. The deadline to apply is Dec. 16. Applicants may download a city application at www.culvercity.org/jobs.

The technician is expected to perform skilled journey level work in the repair, overhaul, and maintenance of light and heavy motorized equipment. Those in this classification are expected to independently perform the full range of overall maintenance, service, and repair activities on the city’s entire complement of motorized equipment: gasoline, diesel, and compressed natural gas (CNG) engines. The senior fleet services technician will perform machinist and fabrication work including welding and may be required to supervise subordinate fleet services personnel.

Applicants must have a Class C driver’s license and be able to obtain and maintain a Class B with a Passenger (P) endorsement within 90-days of employment. They must also receive a passing score on all examination components in order to be placed on the eligible list.

The monthly salary is $4,419 to $5,394. For a PDF of the full job listing, click here.

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