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Wash. City Hiring Vehicle Maintenance Manager

May 05, 2017 - Press Release

The City of Everett is seeking applicants for the appointive position of vehicle maintenance manager. Under the direction of the Transportation & Transit Services Director, tje vehicle maintenance manager manages the Motor Vehicle Division and oversee the repair, maintenance, and replacement of city owned, leased, and rented automotive, construction, and specialized equipment.

Responsibilities involve the establishment of uniform practices and policies relating to vehicle and equipment service and repair and assisting in the development of the city's annual equipment replacement program. Work is reviewed via reports, conferences, and analysis of shop production and maintenance costs. Supervision is exercised over shop and maintenance supervisors and other technical and bargaining unit employees.

Requirements for the position include: A Bachelor’s degree in business administration, accounting, or related field and five years of experience as a fleet manager, preferably with a public agency. A combination of education and related experience may substitute for education requirements. Candidates with a Commercial Driver’s License are preferred.

The position pays $7,951 - $10,343 monthly and comes with a comprehensive benefit package.

The application deadline is May 19. For more information, click here.

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