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YOUNGSTOWN: The Special Areas Board is currently seeking a permanent full-time position located in Youngstown, Alberta at the Special Areas Board’s modern 19 bay vehicle and equipment Service Centre in Youngstown, AB.

The Special Areas Board maintains a large municipal road construction and maintenance program with over 300 pieces of equipment. The Board operates a modernized fleet of equipment and is focused on a detailed preventative maintenance program.


The emphasis of this position will be on organizing, implementing and performing major lube service intervals both in the field and in a shop setting. This task will require exceptional organizational skills, sense of urgency and sufficient computer skills (Microsoft Excel and Word). Other duties may include analysis and repair of diesel engines, trucks (gravel, water and oil distribution), trailers, motor graders, scrapers, crawlers, tractors, various types of packers, and other types of smaller equipment.


Qualifications: Journeyman Heavy Duty Mechanic Certificate, valid in the province of Alberta and several years related experience with Commercial Vehicle Inspection knowledge. A Driver’s License is necessary. Additional information may be directed to Shaune Kovitch, Shop Supervisor at (403) 779-3733.


Competition No.:         30171


Closing Date:              March 2, 2018


This is a designated safety sensitive position and mandatory drug testing will be conducted on all newly hired employees.


Please send an application form and/or resume quoting competition number to:

Human Resource Services

Special Areas Board

Box 820

Hanna, AB T0J 1P0

Fax (403) 854-5527

We thank all applicants; however only those invited for an interview will be personally contacted.

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Employer Contact
Heather Pedersen
Additional Job Information
Salary Range:
SALARY: $73,800 to $79,818 per annum
Applications Taken Until:
March 2, 2018

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