RV Tech

Our client is a top rated North American Auto Dealer located in Slave Lake Alberta. Just 2.5 hours north of Edmonton you can enjoy an outdoor lifestyle (hunting and fishing) along with big city life; while earning a top dollar in your career. Reporting to the Service Manager, the RV Tech responsibilities include:

• Maintain and repair gas and/or diesel engines
• Complete scheduled overhauls
• Troubleshoot various mechanical problems both on-site and via telephone
• Maintain a clean and safe work environment
• Travel can be expected
• Provide assistance to other trades, as required

Qualifications include:
• Journeyman R/V Mechanical Inter-Provincial Trade Certification would be an asset but not required
• Class 5 driver's license (equivalent or better)
• Experience with electronic controlled engines
• Ability to interpret drawings, diagrams and specifications of a variety of types of mechanical equipment, including manufacturer's manuals and parts books
• Ability to communicate effectively and work as a team
• Good interpersonal and communication skills
• Advanced computer skills

Rate of Pay:
• Flat rate shop ($30.00/hour with income support during the first 90 Days)
• $3.00/hour efficiency bonus after 100 hours per pay period
• Benefits after 90 days
• Tool Allowance after 2 years
• Relocation allowance for the right candidate

The Recruiting Room is acting as an Employment Agency in relation to this vacancy.

Please see our website for more information, or submit resume for immediate consideration.

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