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Company: South San Joaquin Irrigation District
Location: Ripon
Posted on: May 16, 2022

Job Description:

Automotive Mechanic
South San Joaquin Irrigation District has a history over 100 years strong. We are a public agency providing irrigation and drinking water to local farmers and residents. Our employees enjoy competitive pay, excellent benefits and CalPERS retirement. Currently we are accepting applications for an Automotive (fleet) Mechanic. Under the direction of the Shop Supervisor, this position is responsible to inspect, diagnose and repair mechanical and electrical difficulties on automobiles, trucks, and maintenance and construction equipment. Candidate must have knowledge of procedures used to overhaul, repair and make adjustments relative to engine performance/management, brake systems and HVAC. Ideal candidate will have a minimum of ten (10) years' experience in advanced computer and emissions diagnostics and extensive continuous (documented) training.
Job description and District application are available on our website, Interested candidates must submit a signed District application and current DMV printout (minimum) along with their resume and other documentation if applicable, by the deadline indicated for consideration. Applications are available online at Applications may submitted electronically (email), via fax or mailed to the address listed below. Must pass post offer physical, drug test and background screening. Open until filled.

South San Joaquin Irrigation District
Mailing address:
PO Box 747
Ripon, CA 95366
Fax: (209) 249-4697
Equal Opportunity Employer

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Keywords: South San Joaquin Irrigation District, Modesto , AUTOMOTIVE MECHANIC, Engineering , Ripon, California

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