Maintenance Technician I, II or III

Port of Skagit currently has positions open for full time Maintenance Technicians. Come be a part of an excellent team working to promote and sustain jobs in Skagit Valley. Applications will be accepted to fill either a Maintenance Technician I, Maintenance Technician II or Maintenance Technician III position depending on qualifications.

Basic Job Purpose: Perform work with general supervision to provide general maintenance support to marina, airport and SWIFT Center facilities operations, port buildings and grounds. Experience preferred in facilities and operations and the use of a wide variety of equipment. Boiler operations and maintenance experience a plus.

Demonstrate work place safety: follow all safety rules and guidelines, lead by example, and encourage safety practices in colleagues. Respond to customer maintenance requests with a high level of professionalism and customer service, respond to after-hours call-outs and to snow day call-outs, as requested. Duties include marina, airport and business park maintenance and operations and vary depending on priorities, shift, specialty, seasonal, and day-to-day activities. Ability to build good working relationships with coworkers, Supervisors, Managers, Executive Director and the public; exercise good communication skills and create an environment of trust and mutual respect. Promote the Port's Promise, Mission, Vision and Values. Position opened until filled. Formal Education: High school graduate or equivalent, must be at least 18 years of age. Additional training and/or education in maintenance technical courses is desirable. Maintain valid Washington State driver's license and good driving record.

Required: Port of Skagit job Application.

Job Type: Full-time Wage range: $19.49-$34.53 Depending on qualification. Benefits package included.

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