Job Summary: Repair, rebuild or overhaul major assemblies of internal combustion automobiles, buses, trucks or tractors. Perform body repair, painting, preventative & corrective maintenance to a variety of light-duty vehicles in the shop & in the field, utilizing departmental equipment as authorized & available to accomplish the work. Individuals assigned to this classification will operate under the general direction of the Shop Lead and in accordance with established procedure & methods. Primary Tasks: Perform body repair & painting on vehicles; perform routine metal repairs to vehicle bodies & mainframes, inspect & repair body damage, realign frames & chassis to repair structural damage using hydraulic jack & pulling device, fit attach & weld replacement parts into place; remove upholstery, accessories, electrical & hydraulic window, seat-operating equipment & trim to gain access to vehicle body & fender; install, repair & weatherproof windows & windshields. A complete job description is available in the Anchorage dispatch office. Minimum Requirements: High school education or GED equivalent, valid driver’s license; auto-body repair certification or equivalent experience, Alaska Hazardous Paint Handler’s License; basic knowledge of Microsoft Office Suite; additional training for hazardous waste accumulation, pollution prevention & other training related to the position, may be required. All applicants must be registered with the Union, have a current dues receipt and a current resume on file in the Anchorage dispatch office that reflects the qualifications required by the Employer, to be referred for this position. All applicants not residing in Kodiak, must be willing to re-locate to Kodiak if hired.