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Board Meeting Agenda

Notice of Link Transit Board Meeting Schedule Change for September 2014 

The regularly scheduled monthly business meeting of the Link Transit Board of Directors of September 16, 2014 has been cancelled.

Instead, the Link Transit Board of Directors will hold a Special Board Meeting and Workshop Session on Thursday, September 18, 2014 starting at 9:00 a.m. at the Link Transit Operations Base located at 2700 Euclid Avenue in Wenatchee, WA

The purpose of the special board meetign is to address a business item that requires the Board's consideration and potential action.  Upon completion of the business item, the Board shall proceed forward in a workshop session.  The objective of the workshop is to provide the Board an opportunity to review the System as it functions today and to examine the Values that should be used to guide planning efforts for the System's future and design as it strives to serve our evolving communities through the years.

Special Board Meeting & Workshop Agenda

1.     Welcome & Call to Order - Board Chair Jim Fletcher

2.     Special Board Meeting Action Item - Richard DeRock, General Manager

  • Regional Mobility Grant Application Requirement & Consideration of a Policy Statement on Greenhouse Gas Reduction
  • Employee Acknowledgement (no action requested for this item)

3.     Workshop Session - Led by Facilitator Richard Howells

  • General Manager Opening Remarks
  • Introductions - Workshop Facilitator & Board
  • Board Interview Results
  • Review of the Current State of the System
  • Values that Guide System Design 
  • Looking to the Future

4.     Workshop Debriefing - Summary & Evaluation

5.     Adjournment

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Maintenance Technician - Journey

JOURNEYMAN MAINTENANCE TECHNICIAN

Link Transit is now accepting applications for Full Time Journeyman Maintenance Technician. Under the direction of a Maintenance Supervisor, this position independently performs journey-level mechanical duties in the diagnosis, maintenance and repair of gasoline, diesel and battery electric vehicles and equipment. Incumbents assigned to this class independently perform skilled maintenance and repair, including mechanical, air, hydraulic, air conditioning, electronic including both high and low voltage electrical systems on all types of transit vehicles.

Education/Experience: Any combination equivalent to – graduation from high school supplemented by college-level technical skills training in the mechanical maintenance of gasoline and diesel powered vehicles, and four (4) years' experience in repairing mechanical, air, hydraulic, air conditioning and electrical systems. The successful candidate must either possess or secure within 30 days of employment, a valid Washington State Commercial Class B driver's license, as well as possess and maintain a good driving record throughout employment.

Read the complete job description here: Mechanic Technician (Journey) -2014.doc

Link Transit offers a competitive compensation and benefit package.

Application packets are available at:
• Link Transit's Operations Base, 2700 Euclid Ave, Wenatchee, WA 98801
• Calling 509-664-7621
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Completed application packets MUST INCLUDE the following:
• Completed Link Transit Application
• 3 Year Driving Abstract (available at Washington State Dept. of Licensing)
• Signed authorizations to perform a criminal history background check and a driving history background check

Closing Date: OPEN UNTIL FILLED

Link Transit is an EEO/Drug Free/Tobacco Free workplace

 

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