RV Automotive Technician
Initial Wage Range: $22.00 to $35.00 per hour, DOE. This position is eligible for benefits including 2 weeks of paid vacation, healthcare, and 401(k) with an employer match
Working Conditions: Typically 5 days per week (but often more during peak season) with days off varying throughout the week and the season. We offer 1/2 hour lunches with general hours being between 8:00am and 5:00pm, averaging 40 hours per week.
Contact: Samantha Jedlicki, HR Manager, (907) 677-4506, firstname.lastname@example.org
Supervisor: Service Manager
Organizational Unit: Fixed Operations Department
Essential Duties and Responsibilities:
- Proper diagnosis, repair, and maintenance of all types of RV products in accordance with company and manufacturer goals and standards.
- Staging motorized RV’s as needed for repairs.
- Acquiring parts as needed for assigned repairs.
- Accurate, timely submission of Repair Orders including all flagged hours.
- Accurate, timely submission of Special Ordered Parts requests.
- Effective communication with customers in conjunction with necessary repairs as requested by management.
- Maintaining a clean, well-organized work environment.
- Identifying the need for, and wearing of, Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) wherever necessary.
- Showing initiative in maintaining a positive work environment.
- Perform other duties as assigned.
Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:
- Applicants must be 25 years of age.
- Certified RV Technician preferred.
- Must have a complete set of tools.
- Preference given to candidates with body repair experience.
- Preference given to Certified Factory training experience.
- Must have a valid Alaska driver’s license and have, and maintain, a clean driving record during duration of employment.
- Must be able to lift 72 pounds.
- Must maintain consistent and reliable attendance, including reporting to work on time.
- Must demonstrate a sense of urgency when necessary.
- Must demonstrate a high level of accuracy and attention to detail
- Must have sufficient tools to make repairs as necessary.
- Must possess knowledge and ability to diagnose the cause of, and perform the repair to, system malfunctions of the RV (excluding the chassis).
- Must project a professional image both in physical appearance and verbal communications.
- Must be able to clearly describe basic troubleshooting procedures to customers over the phone.
- Must be willing and able to work independently, with minimal supervision, or n a group as part of a team as needed.
- Must possess a positive, optimistic, ‘can-do’ attitude ALL of the time.
- Must accurately punch in and out on the company’s time clock for the workday and lunch periods.
- High School diploma or equivalent. Certified RV Technician preferred.
- 3 years experience as an RV Service Technician or be a graduate of a NRVTI School with an additional 1 year of experience as an RV Service Technician.
* 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.