Employees in the Field Operations Department perform a variety of tasks at a skilled level in order to maintain and repair functions on gasoline and diesel powered vehicles and equipment. Assists with specialized construction and maintenance of equipment in the District shop and in the field as necessary. Analyzes malfunctions, determine necessary supplies and completes repairs/work. Position placement and pay is dependent upon experience and qualifications.
State of Washington Department of Retirement Systems PERS Plans
Central Pension Fund Retirement Plan
State of Washington Health Care Authority’s Medical, Dental, Vision benefit programs
Paid Time Off
Does this sound like the job for you? Visit our website at www.lakehaven.org for the position descriptions and application. (Note: please identify which Mechanic position you are applying for on your application – Mechanic I, II, III, or IV.)
Lakehaven Water and Sewer District is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Individuals interested in applying for this position must submit a completed Cover Letter, Resume, and District Application, no later than 4PM 10/21/19 (this is the first review date) to Lakehaven Water and Sewer District, c/o HR, 31627 1st Avenue South, Federal Way, WA 98003. Incomplete application materials will not be accepted.
If you need an accommodation in the recruitment process or an alternate format of this announcement, please enquire directly with the Human Resources Manager.
Please visit www.lakehaven.org.
About Lakehaven Water and Sewer District
Lakehaven Utility District is a special purpose district that has grown through the consolidation of small water cooperatives and districts. The District has served customers in South King County, Washington since the 1930’s and gains its authority to operate from Title 57 of the Revised Code of Washington. The District serves a population in excess of 100,000 and covers approximately thirty-four (34) square miles bordered by Pierce County on the south, Puget Sound on the west, the cities of Kent, Auburn, Pacific and Algona on the east, with the Highline Water District on the north.
The District provides water, sewer, and street light services to area residents. Twenty-four (24) wells and water from the Second Supply Project currently supply our water needs. In addition, the District operates two (2) wastewater treatment plants and thirty two (32) sewage pumping stations. Street lighting is provided in cooperation with Puget Sound Energy. While the District is responsible for the establishment of and billing for street lighting systems in its service area, it does not maintain the lighting equipment or operate any power plants.
Please visit www.lakehaven.org to apply for this position.