Under occasional supervision, performs preventive maintenance on County vehicles, heavy equipment and machinery to ensure safe and proper working conditions. Tasks include but not limited to diagnosing malfunctions, installing and adjusting parts, balancing tires, mounting and removing tires, charging systems, lubricating parts, replacing filters, flushing cooling systems, adjusting brakes, changing fluid and filters, etc. Completes tasks according to specifications and requests, within specific time constraints. Uses mechanic's tools, tire balancer, tire changer, diagnostic tools, electrical tester, hydraulic lift, press, drill, hand and power tools, etc., to accomplish daily assignments and the maintenance of diesel engines, hydraulic equipment and transmissions. Must possess a valid South Carolina driver's license. Requires a high school diploma. Exercises care and safety in the use of equipment and tools. Performs related duties as required. Reports to the Fleet Maintenance Supervisor.
Under supervision, assists in maintaining the Victim Advocate Office by meeting with the victims and their families in providing appropriate and necessary services. They will provide victim assistance and will also be on call by alternating with other Victim Advocate to assure that the victims’ needs are being met. Applications will be accepted until September 26, 2014.