State of Utah
The Division of Fleet Operations is looking for someone to fill a position helping us to install telematics and other equipment on fleet vehicles. If you have basic automotive knowledge with a desire to learn more, love to drive, and a clean driving record, apply today!
Why You Should Join Our Team
The Division of Fleet Operations manages one of the largest fleets in the nation, which makes this an excellent opportunity for someone looking to learn about fleet management!
Development and Support:
We see great potential in this role to train under our current employees on different teams to provide you with a well-rounded knowledge of the division and fleet management in general.
Our benefits package offers medical, dental, vision and life insurance options – some with no bi-weekly premiums – along with paid vacations, sick leave, and holidays. Our retirement options include 401(k) contributions and matches, and even a pension! There are also a variety of other benefits you can take advantage of, such as Short-Term Disability, discounted home and auto insurance, discounted legal plans, and more!
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Emphasizing customer service, the Division of Fleet Operations provides safe, efficient, dependable, and cost-effective services to the agencies of the State of Utah. Everything from patrol vehicles to maintenance trucks to passenger cars used by the social workers who rescue children from dangerous situations.
DHRM rules apply for promotions/transfers
Example of Duties
As a Fleet Technician, you will:
Receive new fleet and surplus vehicles.
Install a variety of equipment, including license plates, decals, and telematic systems.
Enter vehicle information into online database.
Coordinate maintenance and repair on vehicles.
Drive vehicles between vendor, repair, and other locations.
The Best Qualified Candidate
The best qualified candidate for this position will have:
A current driver’s license with a clean record (required).
Basic automotive knowledge.
Experience in simple data entry.
The ability to bend, stoop, twist, crawl, crouch, reach, etc. for long periods of time.
Work requires some physical exertion such as long periods of standing, walking over rough terrain or rocky surfaces; recurring bending, crouching, stooping, stretching, reaching, lifting moderately heavy items (up to 50 lbs.) or similar activities.
Work requires the ability to drive a vehicle on state highways and work outside during all types of weather such as heat, cold, snow, rain, etc.
To apply for this job please visit www.governmentjobs.com.