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Public Works / Equipment Mechanic

The City of Dunn Public Works Department is seeking qualified applicants for the position of Equipment Mechanic. Work is performed under the supervision of the Fleet Maintenance Supervisor. Responsible for servicing, replacing parts, minor repairs, and preventive maintenance on a variety of municipal vehicles and equipment. Work includes assisting more skilled mechanics, checking fluid levels, changing and replacing fluids and tires, installing batteries, fuses, fan belts and other parts, and keeping vehicles and work area clean. Responsible for picking up and delivering parts. Operates a variety of tools and equipment including air compressors, jacks, tire changers and balances, gauges, and others. Performs state-required safety inspections. Maintains simple records. Performs other duties as assigned.

Deadline for Application: Open Until Filled

  • Minimum Requirements
    Candidate must possess a high school diploma or equivalent, supplemented by course work in mechanical and/or electrical trade skills and some mechanical or automotive servicing and light repair experience; and course work in small engine repair; or an equivalent combination of education and experience.
  • Special Requirements
    Preferred candidate will have the following: Valid North Carolina Drivers License Class B. Ability to obtain North Carolina Vehicle Inspection Certification within six months of hire.
  • Starting Salary Range
    Salary depending on qualifications.
  • How to Apply
    Applications may be downloaded at www.cityofdunn.org or picked up at City Hall. Submit completed applications to: City of Dunn, Human Resources, PO Box 1065, Dunn, NC 28335. Open until filled. The City offers a drug free workplace and is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

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More About Dunn

Dunn was originally called "Lucknow" and was renamed in 1873

The city of Dunn was incorporated on February 12, 1887, at which time it was a logging town and a turpentine distilling center. The name honors Bennett Dunn, who supervised the construction of the railway line between Wilson and Fayetteville.

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