The Idaho Department of Labor connects job seekers with
employment opportunities, supports workers through career and life
transitions and administers state labor laws.
The Idaho Department of Labor has an opening for a temporary
Motor Vehicle Operator 2 at the Idaho Job Corps in Nampa.
This individual will manage and operate a fleet of
transportation and maintenance equipment to assist with smooth
operations of the center. This individual will transport students
to and from activities, and will work with staff to ensure
equipment is available for them for a variety of operations. The
vehicle fleet includes sedans, a 15-passenger van, shuttle bus,
school bus, forklifts, and various maintenance equipment.
This individual will need to attain a CDL with a passenger
endorsement within the first three months of employment.
Daily tasks will include pickup and drop off routes throughout
the day to ensure students are able to make it to classes, and
appointments. In between routes, this individual will ensure that
all equipment is maintained properly, and will work with the
Building Superintendent on any necessary repairs for equipment on
center. This individual will also develop and manage the check-in
and check-out systems for equipment.
The Idaho Job Corps Program is a federally-funded demonstration
project that is partnering with the College of Western Idaho to
prepare students for in-demand jobs across the state.
The current opening is temporary with no benefits, working
approximately 15 hours per week until September 30, 2022. The hours
will be 4-7pm Monday thru Friday.
The applicant who is selected for this position will be required
to pass a background check.
This individual will have extensive contact with all students
and staff at the Idaho Job Corps site. They will also have contact
with adults who may provide services to students if they are
transporting them to special appointments. They will have
contact with staff from the College of Western Idaho.
- Transport students from Centennial Job Corps to the
campuses/centers of the College of Western Idaho;
- Transport students to appointments, field trips, internships,
- Operate maintenance equipment such as forklifts, mules, scissor
lifts to assist in maintenance tasks.
- Perform preventive maintenance by checking items such as
battery condition, tire air pressure, coolant and oil levels, and
hydraulic and brake fluid levels;
- Maintain equipment records such as mileage logs, fuel
purchases, maintenance schedules, and repairs needed and
- Observe equipment safety;
- Maintain cleanliness of equipment.
Good knowledge of: Idaho traffic safety laws; safe driving
practices; vehicle service and preventive maintenance
Experience: safely operating commercial vehicles over 8000
pounds gross vehicle weight; detecting malfunctions in vehicle
mechanical, electrical and hydraulic systems; performing minor
mechanical repair work; completing vehicle operation logs.
Physical ability to lift and carry objects weighing
approximately 50 pounds.
Valid driver's license.
Preferred Qualification: Ability to obtain a Class B CDL
with Bus Endorsement within 30 days of hire.There is an exam to
determine your eligibility. Enter your responses to the questions
in the space provided in the examination. You must have the minimum
level of experience or education described for each question
addressing a minimum requirement to qualify for this position.
Scoring will be based on the information you provide. It is
important that the information you provide clearly supports your
responses. Your resume will be used to validate your responses.
Preference may be given to veterans who qualify under the state
and federal laws and regulations.
Hiring is done
without regard to race, color, religion, national origin, sex, age
The Idaho Department of Labor is an Equal Opportunity
If you have questions, please contact us at (208) 332-3570 ext
2916 or firstname.lastname@example.org
If you need special accommodations to satisfy testing
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