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Title 114:2 Inboard/Outboard Mechanic
Categories Production/General Labor, Skilled Trade
Salary 20.00+
Location Fremont
Job Information

 Inboard/Outboard Mechanical Technician  –   Temp to Hire – Monday through Friday from 8:00 am to 5:00 pm –  Saturday 9:00 am to noon. Possible overtime.

Operate, maintain and clean machinery and equipment
Troubleshoot and repair any mechanical failures
Complete work orders and requests in a timely fashion
Perform routine preventative maintenance
Adhere to safety policies and procedures

Previous experience in boat or small 2 cycle repair or other related fields
Familiarity with schematics and technical drawings
Familiarity with machinery and equipment
Ability to handle physical workload, have tools, a driver’s license, also a reliable vehicle.

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities Required:
Advanced knowledge of Boat/Marine engine repair and maintenance and rigging.
Knowledge of customer service standards and procedures.
Ability to drive motor vehicles and boats.
Ability to back up a trailer while connected to a vehicle .
Ability to prepare routine administrative paperwork.
Ability to answer phones and customer questions when needed
Knowledge of shop maintenance and clean-up procedures.

Conditions of Employment:
Work involves considerable exposure to unusual elements, such as extreme temperatures, dirt, dust, fumes, smoke, unpleasant odors, and/or loud noises.
Considerable physical activity. Requires heavy physical work; heavy lifting, pushing, or pulling required of objects up to 50 pounds. Physical work is a primary part (more than 70%) of job.
Work environment involves some exposure to hazards or physical risks, which require following basic safety precautions.

Job Order 114:2

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Title 375:1 Small Engine Technician
Categories Skilled Trade
Salary 18.00-20.00
Location Fremont
Job Information

Small Engine Technician – Temp to Hire position – Tuesday through Friday from 8am to 5pm – Saturday 8am to 2pm

•Discuss equipment issues, maintenance plans, and work performed with customers
•Perform routine engine maintenance, such as lubricating parts and replacing spark plugs
•Test and inspect engines for malfunctioning parts
•Repair or replace worn, defective, or broken parts
•Reassemble and reinstall components and engines following repairs
•Keep records of inspections, test results, work performed, and parts used
Small engine mechanics regularly work on power equipment ranging from snowmobiles to chainsaws. When equipment breaks down, mechanics use many strategies to diagnose the source and the extent of the problem. Small engine mechanics determine mechanical, electrical, and fuel problems and make necessary repairs.
Mechanics’ tasks vary in complexity and difficulty. Many jobs, such as maintenance inspections and repairs, involve minor adjustments or the replacement of a single part. Others, including piston calibration and spark plug replacement, may require taking an engine apart completely. Some highly skilled mechanics use computerized equipment for tasks, such as customizing and tuning racing motorcycles and motorboats. Position requires Drug Screen.

Job Order 375:1

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Title 439:2 Maintenance Technician
Categories Skilled Trade
Salary 16.00-20.00
Location Fremont
Job Information

Maintenance Technician – Temp to Hire – Monday through Thursday or Tuesday through Friday 6:00am to 4:00pm or Monday through Friday 7:00am to 3:30pm – on call for weekend issues (rotating)

Knowledge of electrical, plumbing, and HVAC is desired but we are willing to train the right candidate.  Duties to include, but not limited to, routine mechanical maintenance tasks as well as general custodial, carpentry, painting, and facilitating set up and tear down for various Church and School events. As well as other duties as assigned.


  • Enthusiastic worker with an openness and desire to learn new skills.
  • Flexibility in responding to day-to-day work requirements and a varied work schedule or assignments.
  • Ability to follow policy and safety procedures.
  • Ability to work with a team or independently with little direct supervision.
  • Ability to lift, push, pull and carry items up to 50 lbs. regularly.
  • Troubleshooting, applying appropriate solutions, and following though to ensure completeness of work.
  • Previous experience working maintenance, electrical, or plumbing.


  • High School Diploma or Equivalent.
  • Must be Safe Environment Certified and background check completed through the Archdiocese of Omaha
  • Commitment to excellent service and teamwork.
  • 1-3 years Maintenance or related experience is desired.

Job Order 439:2

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Title 22-999Maintenance Specialist
Categories Skilled Trade
Salary 22.40-22.96
Job Information

Maintenance Specialist – Temp to Hire position – Monday through Friday – 7am to 3pm –  with possible Saturdays and overtime.

Essential Responsibilities and Duties:

  • Perform a variety of highly skilled maintenance work to maintain structures, electrical systems, heating systems, plumbing, machine repair, hydraulics, pneumatics and refrigeration, and other facilities maintenance as required.
  • May assist Maintenance Specialist A on more complex and involved work.
  • Program or edit programmable logic controllers (PLC) as directed.
  • Under general supervision, work is subject to final inspection and check.
  • Perform and track routine preventative maintenance as assigned.
  • Maintain acceptable attendance record, acceptable overall work record, and purchase the required tools for the classification.
  • Train operators at a lower labor grade or with lesser experience as necessary.
  • Report defective materials or questionable conditions per established processes.
  • Maintain the work area and equipment in a clean and orderly condition and follow prescribed safety regulations.
  • Perform light housekeeping duties for areas and equipment in assigned work center.
  • Complete tasks as directed by manufacturing schedules with minimum supervision.
  • Perform other related duties as deemed necessary by the Supervision or Management.

 Job Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:

  • Must be able to trouble shoot and diagnose all electrical problems.
  • Must possess some machinery innovation qualifications.
  • Must possess a thorough working knowledge of electrical, pneumatics and hydraulics components to the extent necessary to enable the individual to translate verbal or written instructions into a workable circuit.
  • Must be able to read, understand, interpret, and apply under practical situations the information contained in schematic drawings.
  • Ability to repair and rebuild production type equipment without assistance.
  • Ability to work independently, exhibit the ability to solve problems without assistance and demonstrate effective communication skills both verbal and written.
  • Must have proven mechanical, clerical, and mathematical abilities necessary for safe equipment operation and accurate recording of data.
  • Demonstrated ability to adhere to standardized safety policies and operating practices.
  • Ability to operate a variety of powered equipment.

 Training Requirements:

  • General Safety
  • ISO 9001
  • ISO 14000
  • Applicable FOP’s
  • Current Fork Truck certification
  • Affected employee lock out tag out training.
  • Hazardous Waste Training.

 Personal Protective Equipment:

  • Safety glasses
  • Steel toe shoes
  • May require other PPE, such as gloves, goggles, shields, aprons, etc, while performing specific tasks


Working Environment and Physical Demands:

  • Work performed in a non-air-conditioned shop environment.
  • Exposure to shop environment such as noise, dust, odors, and fumes.
  • May work at different workstations as production needs require.
  • Standing entire shift.
  • Lift up to 50 lbs. or more.
  • Bending and stooping throughout shift.
  • Ability to operate material handling equipment, such as hoist, positioners, pallet jacks, fork trucks, etc.
  • Must be able to lift, push, and pull materials and equipment to complete assigned tasks.



  1. In-depth knowledge of various maintenance trades and safe maintenance practices.
  2. One to three years of electrical or mechanical trades training.
  3. General knowledge of CNC controllers and language formats.
  4. High School Diploma or GED, with above average mechanical ability.
  5. Ability to read, comprehend, and follow processes, procedures, and policies.
  6. Ability to communicate effectively verbally and in writing with coworkers, supervision, and management.
  7. Must be able to meet physical demands, with or without accommodation.
  8. Must be able to work any assigned shift. Must be willing to work emergency shift assignment as required.

Job Order 22-999

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Title 38:15 Maintenance
Categories Skilled Trade
Salary 17.00-18.00
Location Fremont
Job Information

Maintenance  – Temp to Hire – Monday through Friday – 8:00 am to 4:30 pm – Possible Overtime – on call after hours every 5th week

This is a semi-skilled position.   Work involves responsibility for maintaining and repairing building, mechanical, plumbing, and electrical equipment and fixtures, and grounds keeping throughout the properties. Work may also involve general custodial duties and construction.  Work is carried out in keeping with approved routines, established standards, usage schedules, and special instructions.  The Maintenance Worker is directly responsible to the Maintenance Supervisor.  Work is evaluated for maintenance standards and adherence to the housing agency Maintenance Plan and Procedures manual.  Instructions are assigned by the Maintenance Supervisor requiring the performance of tasks associated with the building, electrical, mechanical, plumbing and grounds keeping trades.  Work is performed under general supervision and is subject to review while in progress and upon completion.  Once the training period is completed, Maintenance Workers are required to serve “on-call” rotations after regular shift hours and on weekends.


  • Responsible for building maintenance, shop maintenance, tool maintenance, cleaning work and reporting any major malfunction of systems to the Maintenance Supervisor and/or Housing Program Manager and/or Executive Director;
  • Performs annual preventive maintenance inspection on all residential units, mechanical systems, physical building operations;
  • Ability to perform all general repairs to plumbing, electrical, and minor or major carpentry needs which includes but is not limited to: cleaning units, painting, remodeling units or administration spaces, clean and unclog drains and garbage disposals, change out water lines, faucets, stool, repair tubs, sinks and showers, change outlets, light switches, and light fixtures;
  • Assists in maintaining building and systems functions through Capital Fund projects.
  • Assists in maintaining quality appearance of grounds which could involve spraying weeds, fertilizing, and mowing lawns, landscaping, picking up litter and maintaining or repairing underground water sprinkler system as needed;
  • Responsible for performing the following work as directed: snow removal, grounds keeping, fertilizer and chemical application, landscaping in season and proper maintenance of the lawn sprinkler system (if not contracted) and grounds maintenance equipment;
  • Performs all carpentry, plumbing and electrical work as needed or requested; services and repairs heaters, boilers, air conditioners, stoves, refrigerators, cabinets, drawers, and door locks;
  • Assists in preparing vacant units which includes shampooing carpets, painting, carpet repair, strip and wax linoleum, clean appliances, wall/sheetrock repair or replacement, refinishing doors, woodwork.
  • Responds promptly to residents Work Orders including prompt attention to 24 hour “emergency” Work Orders.
  • Makes efficient use of time, documents accurate and timely information on daily Work Orders of all Maintenance Work performed; tracking time and materials for fiscal records and responsibility and Capital Funds modernization “Forced Account Labor”.
  • Performs general custodial duties including cleaning dwelling units, appliances, restrooms, windows, elevators, walls, hallways, maintenance and office areas, storage areas, stairwells, community rooms, and lobbies.
  • Assists Maintenance Supervisor with annual inventory review of small item, capital item and maintenance equipment.
  • Performs backup annual UPCS (Uniform Physical Condition Standards) inspections on Public Housing units; provides assistance and backup for the Housing Program Department for Special Inspections such as Infestation, Housekeeping, Move In, Move Out as needed;
  • Any and all other duties as may be assigned by the Maintenance Supervisor, Executive Director, or Housing Program Manager.


Graduation from High School, experience in maintenance, custodial, construction, operation of machinery and equipment, small hand tools and power tools, painting equipment or any equivalent combination of training and experience that provides the following knowledge, abilities, and skills:

  1. Considerable practical knowledge of methods, tools, materials, and equipment used in custodial and maintenance work.
  2. Knowledge of preventive maintenance to assist in the care of heating, boilers, air conditioning and other building systems
  3. Knowledge of hazards and safety precautions of the workplace.
  4. Ability to understand and follow oral & written instructions, blueprints, and sketches
  5. Ability to carry out written and oral instructions and work plans assigned with minimal supervision; ability to prioritize duties
  6. Ability to perform maintenance and repair work.
  7. Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with supervisor, staff members, contractors, the public and residents.
  8. Ability to perform heavy manual work on occasion, with lifting to 40 pounds.
  9. Ability to work as a TEAM with all other FHA employees.
  10. Ability to communicate effectively and politely with all whom you come in contact with (i.e. residents, staff, guests, etc.).

The Maintenance Worker must have a valid Nebraska Driver’s License.


  • Work is performed both indoors and outdoors under varying working and weather conditions.
  • Some occasional exposure to fumes, dust, and paint.  Protective gear is provided.
  • Must be willing to work varying hours involving late evenings and weekends when on call or during emergencies.
  • Must be willing to rotate with other Maintenance staff for On-Call duty hours after normal work hours and weekends.

Job Order 38:15




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