Yakima is located in South Central Washington where the Naches and Yakima Rivers join. Yakima leads the way to the Cascade Mountains. It also opens up wonderful opportunities in the fruitful Yakima Valley.
The 300 days of sunshine and breathtaking sights beg those who experience it to take advantage of the wonderful outdoor activities. Included are camping, fishing, kayaking, hiking, mountain biking, skiing, snow boarding and boating to mention a few. For entertainment, Yakima also offers the turn-of-the-century Capitol Theatre, the Yakima Valley Museum, the Visitors and Convention Center, the Central Washington State Fair, and a multitude of wine and beer festivals.
The Yakima Valley is known for production of forest products, manufacturing aircraft parts and supplies; and machinery used in food product packaging. The main industry is agriculture that flourishes through producing and processing tree fruits, hops, mint, vegetables, livestock, dairy and wine. The extended growing season and rich soil provide the perfect conditions to produce grapes excellent for wine making. The Wine industry in the Yakima Valley has boomed in recent years, with international recognition of Yakima wines and vineyards.
Opportunity in Sunny Central Washington!
The City of Yakima needs an experienced fleet supervisor to work in the Solid Waste Division. Ideal candidates will have 4+yrs of experience performing route oversight and development; data collection & analysis; and management of heavy equipment vehicles. Must possess a valid WA CDL.
The City of Yakima offers a competitive benefit package including: medical/dental/vision and FREE healthcare clinic; vacation/sick/holiday leave pay; WA State PERS pension; 3% employer contribution into 457 deferred compensation; $1.00/HR employee contribution to Teamsters pension; and more!
Review the complete job description and apply online at www.yakimawa.gov
Four years training and/or work experience which demonstrates the ability to perform the duties of the position.
Possess and maintain a valid First Aid/CPR Certificate within six months of appointment. Must possess and maintain a valid Commercial Driver's License with either an A, B or C endorsement as required by State regulations or qualify for Commercial Driver's License (CDL) within 30 days of employment.