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ST CLAIR COUNTY

10 Public Square Room B551
Belleville , IL

Shift Operator

ST CLAIR COUNTY
Belleville, IL Full-time
Posted on July 20, 2018

St Clair County Public Building Commission is seeking a Shift Operator to work directly with personnel, equipment, controls, and machinery, including electrical, mechanical, power generation equipment and controls, HVAC systems, plumbing, building lighting, grounds keeping, security and overall facility upkeep and appearance. Will have to work rotating shifts. Computer literacy is a requirement to learn Johnson Control building software. Must be willing to live in St. Clair County. Must pass background check and drug test. Meet physical fitness and agility requirements. Application and job description can be located online at http://www.co.st-clair.il.us/departments/pbc/Pages/employment.aspx.  Submit resume and application by mail only to Public Bldg Commission-Shift Operator, 10 Public Square, Room B551 Belleville, IL 62220, no later than 4:00 pm on August 3, 2018. The Public Building Commission is an equal opportunity employer. 

 

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