McKenzie County's Public Works Department is currently accepting applications for a full time Fleet Parts Technician
Under the direction
of the Fleet Manager, order, receive, catalog, store, issue, and maintain
vehicle parts, supplies and tools needed for repairs and maintenance of county
fleet equipment. Process and maintain
all parts management forms and records using manual or computerized
systems. Coordinate parts room activity
with shop supervisors and assist shops in all phases of parts procurement.
the type and quantity of various parts to keep on hand. Order vehicle and
equipment parts to insure that parts and supplies are available either in stock
or from the vendor with minimum waiting time. Take periodic inventory of
supplies. Perform analysis to determine minimum stock levels, optimum reorder
points, and other inventory control issues.
parts and materials deliveries to insure that parts received are as ordered and
assign proper accounting codes for record keeping purposes. Store parts and
materials in bins, on floor, or on shelves. Issue parts and material as
requested.Aptitude for and attention to detail and accuracy with the ability to multi-task
and retrieve all types of data on vehicle parts, supplies, equipment, and tools
using automated fleet information and inventory control systems. Provide necessary
reports for record keeping purposes.
catalog, and assist in purchasing county-supplied tools needed for vehicle
repair and maintenance. Maintain an
up-to-date county tool inventory by coordinating with shop supervisors. Replace broken or lost county tools.
the maintenance of the storeroom to assure a clean, orderly, and secure
operation. Control returned parts, cores and core charges. Disposal of obsolete
parts through an approved method.
that quality of merchandise conforms to prescribed specifications. Make
appropriate arrangements for parts pickup and delivery. Monitor status of parts
being rebuilt by vendors outside County shops to ensure quality and timely
Training and Experience Typically Required
Graduation from high school or GED. A.A.S Degree
Three years' experience in automotive, truck,
and equipment parts business, including operating automated parts ordering and
record keeping systems, HCSS360, fuel master, or equivalent.
Formal training in inventory control or parts
maintenance course work may be substituted for up to one year of experience.
A valid North Dakota State driver's license.
Salary Range of $25.87 to $28.01 per hour, DOE
McKenzie County offers an excellent benefit package including:
Health Insurance – Health & Child Care Flexible Spending Program Group Life
Insurance – Retirement – Optional Deferred Comp Plan
Vacation – Sick Leave – Paid Holidays