Maintenance Technician @ Concord, CA

Location: Concord, CA

Department: Maintenance

Type: Full Time

Min. Experience: Experienced

MSRC is offering an excellent opportunity for a Maintenance Technician who is ready for a career with the leader in the oil spill response industry.  We’re seeking a qualified individual to perform preventative and corrective maintenance on small vessel engines and oil spill response equipment.  The successful candidate will work in a team environment, provide support during oil spill responses and exercises.  On-the-job (OJT) training is available to advance your skills and career.   MSRC works with employees interested in obtaining licenses such as Class A CDL, welding certifications, and electrical and hydraulic repair certifications. 

MSRC offers outstanding benefits including low-employee cost medical plans, competitive salary, and generous paid time off.    

Job Type: Full Time

Salary Range: $23.50 to $32.92 per hour

Position Qualifications

  • Required:
  • High School Diploma, or GED equivalent.
  • Successful background check, drug screen and pre-hire medical exam.
  • Valid Driver’s License.
  • Possess or ability to obtain a TWIC card and Passport, US Coast Guard MMC and complete the 40 Hour HAZWOPER training (provided at no cost upon hire).
  • Due to the emergency response nature of the position, a continuing condition of employment is the ability to report to the assigned work site location within a two-hour recall notice.  During an oil spill, work schedules may be adjusted based on the emergency response.  
  • Desired:
  • Familiarity with USCG vessel inspection process desired.
  • Experience with small diesel and gas engine repair, small vessel maintenance, and experience performing equipment diagnostics.
  • Knowledge of basic hydraulics and AC/DC electrical power distribution systems desired.  
  • Welding and fabrication skills a plus. 

Work Environment
While performing the duties of this job, the employee may be exposed to fumes or airborne particles, moving mechanical parts and vibration. The noise level in the work environment and job sites can be loud.  The position will be performed indoors and outdoors in excessive weather conditions such as heat, humidity or cold.  

Marine Spill Response Corporation is a not-for-profit, U.S. Coast Guard Classified Oil Spill Removal Organization. MSRC was formed in 1990 to offer oil spill response services and mitigate damage to the environment. MSRC offers a full range of oil spill response capabilities intended to help meet the planning criteria of the Oil Pollution Act of 1990. Join our team today! To learn more about our company, visit us at www.msrc.org

INTERNAL APPLICANTS:

Interested internal applicants are instructed to contact their supervisor and/or HRA for more information.

Marine Spill Response Corporation is an Equal Opportunity Employer. MSRC prohibits discrimination against any employee or applicant for employment based on race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, age, physical or mental disability, genetic information, or because an employee or applicant is a disabled veteran, recently separated veteran, or other protected veteran.

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