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The City of Elizabethtown is accepting applications for an immediate opening for a Mechanic Trainee / Shop Clerk. Applications will be accepted through March 14, 2014 and are available in the Human Resources Office on the 3rd floor, City Hall, 200 West Dixie Avenue, Elizabethtown, KY 42701.
Successful applicants should have a basic knowledge of Microsoft Office Products including Word and the knowledge to create Excel Spreadsheet. Examples of duties include but are not limited to ordering parts and maintain shop area, prepare and maintain records of work performed on equipment, perform parts inventory of the shop on a regular basis, perform minor maintenance on emergency vehicles and maintain accurate accounting records. Work overtime as directed and perform other duties as assigned.
City of Elizabethtown is an Equal Opportunity Employer
Applicants must have a High School Diploma or equilivent and be a resident of Hardin County within six months of being hired.
100 people die from drug overdoses in America every day and about half of
those deaths involve opioid drugs—including prescription painkillers and
The good news is that every overdose is preventable.
next opioid overdose death.
Will you please share them?
- If you know someone struggling with the disease of addiction, let them know help is available. Give them the treatment referral line phone number: 1-800-662-HELP (4357). It’s open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
- Learn the signs and symptoms of an overdose, and what actions to take. Download and print this simple pocket card that explains how to resuscitate someone who’s overdosing.
- Get rid of all unused, expired, or unneeded prescription drugs at home. Here are instructions on how to dispose of unused medicines. The DEA
is also hosting a National Take-Back Day on April 26—find a take-back
site in your neighborhood.
- Download and share this helpful guide on how to prevent opioid deaths in your community. The guide contains tips and steps that first responders, prescribers, people in recovery and their family members can take to save lives.
No one person can end this overdose epidemic alone, but
together, we can—and will—save lives.
Gil Kerlikowske, Director, National Drug Control Policy