The City of Tucson is hiring senior heavy equipment mechanics to work in its Environmental & General Services Department. Duties include performing preventive maintenance, repairs of heavy vehicles and equipment, and rebuilding and installing engines.
A senior mechanic also makes service calls, keeps records and reports, and helps maintain a safe work area. The positions are for second shift and include shift differential pay for hours worked between 6-11 p.m. Minimum qualifications include at least four years of maintaining, repairing, and rebuilding trucks, construction, and street maintenance equipment.
Six months of post-high school education is also required. Applications must be received by Aug. 4. A practical skills test will be held in August.