RV Lube Technician (Production Line)
Initial Wage Range: $17.00 to $21.00 per hour
Working Conditions: Seasonal employment from May 1st through October 7th, 2022. Five days a week including weekends with 1/2 hour lunch, between 7am and 6pm. 30 to 50 hours per week.
Contact: Samantha Jedlicki, HR Manager, (907) 677-4506, firstname.lastname@example.org
Supervisor: Production Manager or Designee
Organizational Unit: Maintenance Department
Essential Duties and Responsibilities:
- Responsible to provide light maintenance and inspection of RV rental fleet (on our fast-paced production line). Includes activities such as; scheduled oil changes, filling fuel, propane, and freshwater tanks, dumping and rinsing wastewater tanks, and other systems and safety checks.
- Responsible to assist in opening and closing of business for rental season. Includes such tasks as winterizing motor homes, preparation of vehicles for rental, storage, and/or sale.
- Responsible for the neatness and good order of work area and common areas.
- Responsible for maintaining individually assigned tool kit. Includes financial responsibility for any damaged or missing tools.
- If needed, responsible to assist Housekeeping and Customer Service departments in preparing motor homes for rental.
- All other duties as may be assigned.
Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:
- Applicants must be at least 18 years of age.
- Must have a current Alaska driver’s license, a good driving record, which must be maintained during employment duration. A current copy of employee driving records is required prior to beginning employment.
- Must be able to lift tire with rim, onto tire and balance machine. Approximately 72 pounds.
- Must wear company-approved safety glasses or face shield when required.
- Must effectively punch in and out of the company time clock for the workday and lunch periods.
- Must be able to work until October 7th, including weekends and holidays.
- Must maintain consistent and reliable attendance, including reporting to work on time.
* Certain restrictions, qualifications, and limitations may apply. All bonus program wages are earned as outlined in the current Great Alaskan Holidays, Inc. Employee Policies and Procedures Manual. The wages per hour presented in this publication represent the earning potential for this position if these conditions of employment are met.
Employee Benefits – Employee recognition program, Company-sponsored luncheons
Training – Training is the key to employee and company success. At Great Alaskan Holidays, each employee is trained for the duties and responsibilities of their position in the interest of safety, employee satisfaction, and company success.
Bonus – Great Alaskan Holidays offers a substantial bonus program for Seasonal team members. The end-of-season, safety, and wellness bonus program starts no earlier than May 1st, or the date of hire, whichever is later.
Full Time of Part Time – Full time hours are an average of 28-45 hours per week. Part time hours are negotiable.