Diesel Mechanic Apprentice Job Description Sample
Apprentice Diesel Mechanic Program - Aurora
Wagner Equipment Co., the Caterpillar dealer for Colorado, New Mexico and far west Texas, is seeking applications for candidates interested in our Apprentice Diesel Technician program.
Please go to the link below for some initial info about our program: http://www.wagnerequipment.com/apprentice-program
Under guidance of a Mentor or Supervisor, the Apprentice Technician is responsible for the diagnosis, repair, reconditioning, overhaul and maintenance of customer and company heavy equipment and/or components. Depending on location and assignment, this position will be responsible for some or all of the functions and duties listed below.
Possible Locations include: Aurora, CO; Grand Junction, CO; Pueblo, CO; Windsor, CO; Hayden, CO; Burlington, CO; & Yuma, CO
Disclaimer: The apprenticeship program is a yearly program with annual testing and interviews every March, April, and May. We do accept applications year round, but the program officially starts every July.
Prepares accurate and complete service reports and turns them in on time
Prepares inspection and appraisal reports
Correctly charges work to appropriate work order segments
Successfully completes all classes at the Community College in the state the Apprentice is sponsored in
Communicates effectively with Apprentice Coordinator, Technician Development Supervisor, Service Writer, Shop Coordinators and Shop Managers to ensure problems, nature of repair, and status of repairs are understood and followed up on
Communicates effectively with College Instructor, Apprentice Coordinator, Technician Development Supervisor to ensure successful completion of the required college coursework
Works in a cooperative manner with other team members to accomplish the goals of the shop, classroom, and company
Technical: Cleans, repairs, reconditions, and maintains equipment and components
Prepares, inspects, and operates machines prior to delivery
Removes, disassembles, assembles, and installs components and parts
Determines reusability of parts in accordance with published Caterpillar reusability guidelines
Orders replacement parts ensuring that parts orders are correct and complete at the time of order
Services and maintains equipment sold and/or owned by the company
Tests measures, and adjusts engine and machine systems and components
Diagnoses and troubleshoots machine and engine malfunctions and failures
Analyzes customer repair and maintenance requirements
Keeps up to date with developments in tooling, technologies and systems
Uses safe working practices and follow all company safety requirements
Maintains a clean and organized work area
Makes recommendations as to repairs meeting warranty criteria
Makes parts replacement decisions assuring optimum economic reusability
Minimum Education Required: High School Diploma or GED
Minimum Experience Required: Can show an interest in working on cars, trucks, motorcycles, etc. An automotive or diesel course in High School, and/or a job as an entry level Technician preferred.
Administrative / Clerical Experience
Customer Service Experience
Technical or Mechanical
Required Skills and Competencies
Reading / Writing Skills
Computer Skills Basic ability to search for and enter data into a computer. Ability to type service reports
Wagner offers great benefits including medical/dental/vision insurance, 401K, tuition reimbursement and more.
Wagner Equipment Co. is an EEO/AA/Veterans/Disabled employer.
Diesel Fleet Mechanic Technician I - Apprentice
Company: Sysco New Mexico
Zip Code: 87107
Minimum Level of Education: Not Applicable
Minimum Years of Experience: 0-1
Position Type: Non-Exempt
Travel Percentage: 0
More information about this job:
This position is located at 601 Comanche NE, Albuquerque, NM 87107
At Sysco, we offer our associates the opportunity to grow personally and professionally, to contribute to the success of a dynamic organization, and to serve others in a manner that exceeds their expectations. We are looking for talented, hard-working individuals to join our team. Come grow with us and let us show you why good things really do come from Sysco.
To assist Fleet Technician Journeyman and Fleet Technicians in providing safe, reliable and cost efficient vehicles by learning to perform quality preventive maintenance inspections and repairs as well as learning to perform diagnosis and repair as required to prevent breakdowns on road, reduce vehicle down time and improve total fleet reliability.
Learn to perform required inspections and preventive maintenance under the guidance of Fleet Technician Journeyman, Fleet Technician or Fleet Manager on vehicles and equipment (Tractors, Trailers, Convertor Dollies, Lift Gates, Light Duty Vehicles) to maximize the safety, reliability, and cost efficiency throughout the life cycle of the fleet to include, but not limited to FAI/CVI (Annual) Inspections
Learn to perform maintenance repairs on all vehicles under the guidance of Fleet Technician Journeyman, Fleet Technician or Fleet Manager such as inspections, scheduled repairs, malfunctions and road- call repairs in a safe, efficient, and quality manner to include, but not limited to: Addressing all Driver VIR write ups in a timely manner, Diagnose cause of any malfunction and perform repairs to Engines, Transmissions, Fuel & Ignition Systems, Exhaust Systems (including Regen), Intake Systems, Brake Systems, HVAC Systems, Lift Gate Hydraulic, Mechanical and Electrical Systems.
Document all work performed on Work Order (SAP) using Complaint, Cause, and Correction Format
Learn & develop efficiency in all Maintenance Relates Sysco Computer programs
Education and / or Experience:
High school diploma or Equivalent, Medium/Heavy Duty truck technical training 2 year school
None required with proper education
Current and Valid Drivers License, CDL-A Preferred
Basic Knowledge and skill of all vehicle systems and Components
Basic knowledge and skill in diagnosis and repair of electrical systems on all equipmen
Basic knowledge and skill in welding and cutting (gas, electric, MIG, TIG)
Physical demands to stand, walk, use hands to finger, handle or feel, reach with hands and arms, talk and hear, climb, balance, stoop, kneel, crouch, bend and crawl
Vision abilities to include Close & Distance vision, color, peripheral vision, depth perception and ability to adjust focus
The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job.
The above information on this description has been designed to indicate the general nature and level of work performed by associates within this classification. It is not designed to contain or be interpreted as a comprehensive inventory of all duties, responsibilities, and qualifications required of associates assigned to this job.
To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed above are representative of knowledge, skill and/or ability required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
Applicants must be currently authorized to work in the United States.
Sysco is proud to be an Equal Opportunity and Affirmative Action employer, and considers qualified applicants without regard to race, color, creed, religion, ancestry, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, age, disability, veteran status or any other protected factor under federal, state or local law.
This opportunity is available through Sysco Corporation, its subsidiaries and affiliates.
Nearest Major Market: Albuquerque
Apprentice Diesel Mechanic
Job Number 18000108
Company Nestle Waters North America
Location Norton, Massachusetts
As the nation's leading bottled water company, Nestlé Waters North America is dedicated to providing customers with healthy hydration options. Alongside that, we're also committed to developing our people – enabling them to make the most of the many elements that help them to succeed.
Nestlé Waters consists of four business units: Corporate, Retail, Supply Chain and ReadyRefresh by Nestlé. Whichever one of these areas you choose to join, you'll find yourself collaborating with a highly talented team on work that's challenging, engaging and incredibly rewarding. You'll be an essential element of our success: trusted, empowered and supported to make a lasting impact on the very future of our business. It's a chance to use your knowledge, skills and experience to shine brightly and achieve your ambitions – all while delivering healthy hydration to millions of customers.
The Fleet Technician Apprentice's primary function is to assist other technicians with preventative and corrective maintenance on fleet vehicles and equipment including propane and diesel engines, hydraulic systems, air brakes, forklifts, tankers and trailers.
Performs repairs and preventative maintenance on gas, propane, electric and diesel engines and drive train components.
Fabricates and welds critical suspension and chassis components.
Handles all aspects of shop operations including, but not limited to, completing automated work orders, processing invoices, parts ordering, inventory control, customer service and communication, direct and indirect
labor accountability, and ensuring quality control and shop safety.
Road tests all completed work for quality and adherence to established procedures/specifications.
Knowledge of proper procedures for handling and disposal of hazardous waste materials.
Trains less experienced employees in correct technical repair procedures in team concept maintenance.
Performs shop clean-up and housekeeping responsibilities as well as other miscellaneous related duties as assigned.
Key Qualifications Include:
Must meet requirements and demonstrate ability to perform duties of the lower technician's classifications in an efficient, safe, and expeditious manner.
Should have completed a minimum two years technical education with an AA degree or be enrolled in an ongoing recognized technical training program designed to provide practical application of current automotive repair techniques, or have two years hands-on experience.
Maintains a neat and orderly appearance at all times, wearing prescribed uniform and appropriate safety equipment.
Maintain personal grooming in compliance with the prescribed dress code.
Must have adequate inventory of tools to perform required repairs and maintenance.
Must have a valid commercial driver's license (Class A or B), with a current DOT medical certification and provide, or take and provide, proof of passing the ASE T4 Brake Test within specified time.
Must be experienced in diesel engine repair, hydraulic systems, drive train assemblies, suspension chassis components, electrical troubleshooting and repair.
Must be skilled in fabrication welding, including aluminum welding.
Must perform all functions of work
in accordance with Nestlé Waters' policy and procedures, in particular regard to safety, quality control and productivity.
This is a tremendous opportunity! We offer competitive pay based on education, experience, and other qualifications. We offers comprehensive benefits including medical, prescription, dental, vision, flex, life, disability, EAP, 401(k) with match, profit sharing, tuition reimbursement, paid vacation, and more!
Nestlé Waters North America is the nation's leading bottled water company. Our water brands include Poland Spring, Arrowhead, Ozarka, Deer Park, Zephyrhills and Ice Mountain, Nestlé Pure Life, S. Pellegrino, Perrier and Acqua Panna. Our tea brand is Nestea. We're passionate about creating shared value for society in all kinds of ways: from providing careers and benefits to communities where we operate to environmental stewardship – most notably responsible water management, lightweight packaging and advancing recycling in America. As a valuable part of our team, you'll receive a competitive total rewards package – something that will provide you with the support you need to thrive both inside and outside of work. It's not just the work that you'll find fulfilling here though. As you build a career with us, you'll receive exactly the kind of benefits you'd expect from a leading name in healthy hydration. The only question is, what elements will help you succeed at Nestlé Waters?
The Nestlé Companies are equal employment and affirmative action employers and looking for diversity in qualified candidates for employment.
Apprentice Diesel Mechanic
Apprentice Diesel Mechanics train under the guidance of a journeyman Diesel Mechanic in the inspection, repair and maintenance of the engine and mechanical components of diesel electric locomotives. Physical duties involve lifting/carrying and pushing/pulling objectives weighing 25 lbs. (frequently), and up to 86 lbs. (rarely); occasionally climbing and maintaining balance on locomotive steps and ladders to gain access to the locomotive roof; maintaining balance when occasionally walking on catwalks, running boards, uneven terrain, ballast, and roofs while making repairs; stepping around objects and equipment on the floor; performing work while occasionally bending and stooping and being in awkward postural positions; performing occasional overhead work for short periods of time; and remaining standing or sitting for more than one-half of every work day with the opportunity to periodically change position for comfort.
Inspect and service the diesel locomotive fleet in compliance with company, federal and industry standards.
Diagnose diesel engine, air compressor, and other locomotive mechanical system malfunctions.
Repair, replace, or rebuild locomotive and diesel engine components as needed.
Prepare equipment and materials as needed, and effectively operate the equipment including the following: measuring instruments (micrometers, tape measures, dial calipers); precision machines (drill and punch presses bench lathes); hand tools (drills, wrenches, grinders); and material handling equipment (forklift, cranes, overhead hoists).
Maximize locomotive availability for the company.
Conduct job briefings to ensure safe and effective coordination of activities.
Communicate technical information, job briefing information, job procedure recommendations, and other work-related information with others through writing, in-person interaction, telephone, radio, and intercom.
Read, interpret, understand, and find (if necessary) written or electronic information, including information from diagrams, schematics, blueprints, graphs, and charts, and input information as needed into a computer.
Detect and interpret visual color signals and displays at near and far distances; identify alterations of objects (size, shape, temperature); detect unusual sounds and smells during inspections and tests (leaks in air systems); use depth perception to judge speed and distance of locomotives being moved on service area, and listen to detect warning signals.
Keep assigned work areas, tools, and equipment clean and in proper working order.
Understand and follow company and industry safety rules, practices, and standards.
Ensure safety of self and co-workers.
Agree to all listed job requirements, e.g. pay, shift work, outdoor work, confined spaces, etc.
Applicants must be authorized to work in the United States
Develop and maintain positive working relationships with coworkers, supervisors, contractors and/or customers and effectively handle conflict situations.
Ability to speak English in a clear, concise manner in order to communicate with coworker(s) and supervisor(s).
Authorized to work in the United States without company sponsorship.
Applicants for this position must pass a pre-employment test in English before being allowed to interview. If you have taken the Skilled Craft Battery Test for this position and failed within the last six months, you will not be eligible to apply for this posting.
The number of candidates who pass the test and are invited to interview will be based upon hiring needs. Click here to see a sample of the Skilled Craft Battery test.
Applicants must have the ability to use both high precision (for example, calipers, electronic scales) and low precision (for example, tape measures, hand levels) instruments to get accurate measurements.
Applicants must be open to change, take initiative, make meaningful contributions, and take responsibility for the quality and timely completion of one's tasks.
Applicants must have the ability to communicate and work well both independently and with others.
Applicants must have the ability to understand and apply basic mechanical principles to solve mechanical problems.
Applicants must have the ability to perform basic arithmetic operations such as addition, subtraction, multiplication, division, and conversion of fractions into decimals and decimals into fractions to solve practical problems. In addition, applicants must be able to extract relevant information from tables, charts, graphs, and text.
Able and willing to understand and apply safety rules, practice safe work habits, identify safety risks, and avoid potentially risky behaviors and situations
Computer literate and have basic keyboarding skills.
Must have a valid driver's license.
Must be a minimum of 18 years of age.
Applicants must qualify on a Physical Ability Test (PAT) prior to employment. Click here for a description of the Physical Abilities Test
A welding certificate
Two year degree in mechanics or two years verifiable mechanical work experience with motorized equipment (e.g. heavy equipment, farm equipment, automotive, trucks, ships, trains, airplanes)
A certificate in mechanics or equivalent education
Apprentice Diesel Technician (Technician Apprentice Program)
Assist with general workshop activities while completing on the job and classroom based training.
Assist in cleaning, disassembling and other basic workshop activities
Learns Standard Repair Times (SRTs) and follows documented procedures and policies to complete basic repairs and maintenance
Assists with completing required documentation, such as work completed documentation and time sheets via handwritten forms or business system input screens
Completes training in line with skill and business requirements
Maintains work area and tools for cleanliness and proper operation
Ensure adherence to all relevant Health, Safety & Environmental policies, procedures and legislation and reports any issues / incidents to their supervisor
No global skill level definition. Number of levels and skills to be defined locally based on local requirements
Education, Licenses, Certifications
Secondary school diploma or equivalent
Minimal level of work shop experience required or basic level knowledge of engine products
Basic mechanical knowledge
At Cummins, we are dedicated to diversity in the workplace and our policy is to provide equal employment opportunities to all qualified persons without regard to race, age, color, sex, religion, national origin, disability, veteran status, sexual orientation, gender identity and/or expression or other status protected by law.
Apprentice Diesel Technician
Feeding the American Dream for our Customers and Associates!
Food services of America - Billings is seeking an all-start Team-Player in our Shop! We are looking for an Apprentice Diesel Technician.
Areas of expertise may include:
Tech School for Diesel Technology
Mechanical experience helpful
Must attain class A CDL with doubles endorsement within 90 days of hire.
Benefits 100% Company Paid for full time associates.
Perform preventative maintenance A, B, and C level repairs on Class 8 tractors and trailers.
Fuel, wash, and park equipment.
Performs fleet tire inspections, tire replacements, tire rotations, flat repairs, track and monitor tire performance, assist in tire replacement forecasting and ordering of tire inventory.
Work both inside the shop and outdoors.
Document troubleshooting and repair activities in our asset management program.
Communicate and coordinate tasks to drive our Team-Player environment.
Other duties as assigned.
HS Diploma or Equivalent required.
Diesel Tech Certification – required.
Certified driver's license
Clean driving record and the ability to attain a Class A CDL with doubles endorsement required within 60 days of hire. Company assistance to obtain CDL.
Ability to work both independently and with a team.
History of organizing and prioritizing work-flow.
Possess effective written and oral communication skills.
Be able to lift up to 75 lbs.
Frequent lifting, bending, climbing, walking.
Must pass all pre-employment screenings.
Self-starter with desire to succeed.
Strong attention to detail and follow through on assigned responsibilities.
Provide own tools.
Diesel Technician Apprentice
Responsible for inspecting, repairing, and maintaining all equipment used by the Company in the transportation of and handling of freight in a safe, efficient, timely, cost-effective, and practical manner. This equipment includes, but is not limited to, single and tandem axle diesel over-the-road and city tractors, diesel city straight trucks, propane and diesel powered industrial forklifts, over-the-road and city trailers of various makes and configurations, Company vehicles and pick-up trucks, and various types of converter gear. Associates in this position are entry level employees working as an apprentice.
Ability to work independently and without constant supervision. Ability to read, write, communicate, and comprehend the English language in order to perform the various aspects of the job.
Ability to communicate tactfully and diplomatically with internal and external customers. Ability to pass the requirements of a Company administered physical examination, including drug screen. Commercial Driver's License (CDL) candidates must meet Department of Transportation (DOT) qualifications.
Must have a satisfactory work history, including good attendance. Basic math skills to include addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division. Ability to maintain and supply own hand tools needed to perform the essential duties of the job. Must be available to work all shifts.
A High School Diploma or GED is required A valid Driver's License is required
Mechanic III - Apprentice
Responsible for maintaining district light/medium/heavy duty diesel and gas powered school buses, warehouse trucks and support vehicles including snow removal equipment, and conforming to federal, Department of Transportation (DOT), Colorado Department of Education (CDE), manufacturer maintenance specifications and Douglas County School District rules, regulations and guidelines per Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standards (FMVSS) and Federal Motor Carrier Safety Regulations (FMCSR). May assist with translation and/or communication using second language skills when possible. Position Specific Information (if Applicable):
--- Identify out of service criteria with the air system issues including air compressors, air dryers, air lines, governors, air valves, relay valves, check valves and safety valves. Identify all out of service criteria to the shop supervisor immediately. --- Inspect air and hydraulic brake systems (Antilock Brake System (ABS) and standard). Identify all components of the brake system including brake shoes, pads, drums, rotors, bearings, warning systems (lights and buzzers) and the Electronic Control Module (ECM) operation. Identify all out of service criteria to the shop supervisor immediately. --- Inspect air conditioning systems, engines, transmissions, ABS brakes, batteries, electrical systems, wiring problems, electrical and mechanical problems and faults by using diagnostic equipment including DVOM multi-meter, PC based software, laptops and hand-held scanners. Identify all out of service criteria to the shop supervisor immediately. --- Inspect rear axle, springs, air suspension, air bags, spring hangers, spring pins, bushings, torque rods, swing arms, line, hoses, hubs, driveline u-joints, axle shaft, seals, bearings, shocks differentials or gears as needed. Identify all out of service criteria to the shop supervisor immediately. --- Inspect front-end, ball joints, kingpins, steering links, tie rods, drag links, steering gear, steering wheels, steering shafts, power steering pump, hoses, shocks, springs, spring hangers, shackles, spring pins and bushings. Identify all out of service criteria to the shop supervisor immediately. --- Inspect air and exhaust systems and turbochargers, air to air after coolers, manifolds, plumbing and piping for exhaust system safety check and modifications as needed. Identify all out of service criteria to the shop supervisor immediately. --- Inspect fuel system and identify pumps, injectors, injection pumps, mechanical/electronic controls, throttle body assemblies, line, hoses, tanks that may require further troubleshooting. Identify all out of service criteria to the shop supervisor immediately. --- Inspect automatic and standard transmissions and troubleshoot operational issues within same systems. Identify all out of service criteria to the shop supervisor immediately. --- Identify flaws in vehicle designs. Identify sheet metal that will require minor body repairs. --- Inspect diesel and gas engines for repairs. --- Service district generators. --- Act as a technical resource for new fleet mechanics, including training, demonstrating, and answering questions. --- Act as a technical resource to the District and CDE regarding transportation safety issues and mechanical issues. --- Perform other duties as assigned. Certifications:AIr Brake Certification
CDOT, Commercial Driver License Class B
Colorado Dept of Transportation, Commercial Driver License Class B
Colorado Dept of Transportation
Colorado Dept of Transportation, CPR
Red Cross, CPR
Red Cross, Emission License (Gas & Diesel)
CDOT, First Aid
Red Cross, First Aid
Red Cross, Inspector Certification
CDOT Education:High School or Equivalent Position Type:Regular Primary Location:West Bldg B
Constr and Trans Fleet One Year Only (Yes or No):No Minimum Starting Rate: (Based off a full-time FTE; if applicable, part time salaries will be prorated)$17.00 USD Hourly Maximum Starting Rate: (Based off a full-time FTE; if applicable, part time salaries will be prorated)$21.25 USD Hourly Scheduled Hours Per Week:40 FTE:1 Approx Scheduled Days Per Year: (260 days indicates a year-round position. Time off [or Off-Track Days] are then granted based on the position. Any exceptions to the normal off-track time will be noted in the Additional Position Details section above, as scheduled work days.)260 Work Days Closing Date (Ongoing if No Date Specified): Please note that the posting will be closed as of 12:01 am on the day specified (if applicable).
Mechanic Apprentice Program: Joliet, IL
With nearly 90 years' experience, Holland knows how to take care of our customers while providing a solid work environment for our employees. Discipline to its core values of Hard Work, Integrity, Respect, Excellence and Safety has allowed Holland to grow into a company with over 8,000 employees and more than $1 Billion in annual revenue, while being honored as a Quest for Quality award winner for 30 consecutive years! With a track record of long term employees, Holland offers more than a job, we offer the opportunity for a career. Come discover your direction with Holland and join the recognized leader of next-day delivery in the less-than-truckload industry!
Repair, adjust, replace and overhaul a wide variety of diesel and gasoline engines
inspect, repair, replace and modify components of engines
Inspect, repair and/or replace any and all faulty or damaged items, components, parts or systems of company assets
Trouble shooting and diagnostics
Perform preventative maintenance duties and responsibilities including all paperwork associated with it
Determine serviceability and replacement needs for vehicles & equipment
Maintain & update inventory using systems provided by Holland to do so
Tire inspection, removal & replacement
Maintain & update repair orders and records
Perform pre-trip inspections
Provide own core tools
Basic Body, fender, fiberglass work and paint
Perform and complete any and all duties, responsibilities and directives given my management
Candidates being considered for the Apprentice program will have general Mechanical knowledge and have an interest in becoming a full time Mechanic with Holland.
This is a great opportunity for someone who is currently attending or has attended a vocational school for Mechanics.
Holland, a part of YRC Worldwide, is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer Minorities/Females/Persons with Disabilities/Protected Veterans.
Maintenance Mechanic Apprentice
Innovative products begin with talented, highly motivated individuals. Daimler Trucks North America (DTNA), the largest and most diverse company in the North American commercial vehicle market, invites you to join our dynamic, industry-leading workforce. Our world-class portfolio of brands, including Freightliner trucks, Western Star trucks, Detroit™ engines and components, Thomas Built Buses, and Freightliner Custom Chassis, offers the unique opportunity to follow your passion for automotives in business or technical fields at locations across North America. And when you work for a Daimler company, you join a global network of over 250,000 dedicated employees on 6 continents who share your passion. Apply today and explore the world of Daimler!
All hands on training will be provided by a certified Journeyman. This will include repair of electrical, mechanical, hydraulic and pneumatic equipment. Will perform various duties involved in repair and maintenance of a wide variety of machine tools (e.g. CNC Machining Centers, CNC Punches, Shears, Press Brakes, Punch Presses), material handling equipment and auxiliary plant equipment (e.g. HVAC equipment, air compressors, electrical and lighting equipment), cleaning and painting, yard work, lubricating, preventative maintenance.
All Apprentice candidates may be required to pass an ACCUPLACER Exam (Math and Reading/English). This examination will be given and administered by Gaston College. The applicants that score a minimum 75 (Math score) and a minimum 166 (Reading/English score) will receive an interview from the Joint Apprenticeship Committee.
Will also be required to attend formal class room training in maintenance related skills. All educational requirements must be completed within a four year, 8000 hour apprenticeship period.
All employees in this program will be on probation for a period of 2000 hours. Performance will be reviewed by the Joint Apprenticeship Committee.
Work with miscellaneous tools such as:
portable power tools
floor and overhead cranes
articulating and scissors maintenance lifts
ladders and fire protection equipment
High school diploma (or equivalent) required
An attached resume is required
Applicants must be legally authorized to work permanently in the U.S. at the time of application.
Final candidate must successfully complete a pre-employment drug screen and criminal background check.
For an accommodation or special assistance with applying for a posted position, please contact our Human Resources department at 503-745-8982 or toll free 800-206-3369. For TTY/TDD enabled call 503-745-2137 or toll free 866-355-6935.
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