Floyd County Government
    Job Description
    The purpose of this classification is to lead and train inmates to perform skilled/mechanical work functions associated with maintenance of automotive and mechanical equipment – primarily related to tires and small engines.
    • Supervises inmates assigned to the tire truck; monitors inmate activities to ensure security; instructs inmates on proper work techniques; monitors status of work in progress; inspects completed work.
    • Performs general maintenance and preventive maintenance work on various vehicles, equipment, tandem dump trucks and small gas engines such as chain saws, weed eaters and mowers.
    • Inspects and tests tires on vehicles, trucks and equipment.  Inspects and tests chainsaws, weed trimmers, pole saws and mowers.
    • Tests machinery, equipment and parts for proper operations; inspects/tests emergency equipment.
    • Operates a variety of machinery, equipment, and tools associated with repairing, maintaining and testing vehicles and equipment (which may include a service truck, air tools, backhoe, tire machine, tire balancer, chain sharpener and air jacks).
    • Performs general maintenance tasks necessary to keep tools and equipment in good working condition.
    Vocational or technical school training in automotive/engine maintenance and two (2) years of experience in automotive maintenance or a related field; or any equivalent combination of education, training, and experience which provides the requisite knowledge, skills, and abilities for this job. Must possess and maintain valid Correctional Officer Certification and a valid drivers license.  

    Health/Major Medical, Retirement, Paid Sick,

    Dental, Paid Holidays, Incentive Pay, Longevity Pay

    Long Term Disability, Paid Vacation-Annually & Wellness

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