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ill c t PAGE i 10 , THE PRESS , NOVEMBER 7, 2012 i Frankenstorm just misses Halloween Photos: Larry Biri Above: There were lots of scary characters at the Shane and Margaret Kaste home in Grafton on Halloween night. The Kastes go all out with decorations and even live scary figures. As many as 600 kids have visited the house to be scared on Halloween night. Top Right: Kim Rost and her daughter Bevan Rost and Hunter Carlson put the finishing touches on a snowman Saturday afternoon. Kim said they used Halloween candy, dots for the mouth and a tootsie roll for the nose. The area received as many as five inches of snow Friday. Bottom Right: Sharon Dupree takes her daughters dogs Shady and Maxi out for a walk on Halloween night. The dogs even dressed for the occasion. m TAKE CONTROL! Watch TV on your time Don't let your favorite TV programs control your schedule! 4. If it seems you are never able to watch what you want when you want, nen DVR from Polar is the answer. A DVR, or Digita Video Recorder, allows you to digitally record orograms for laterviewing. You can play your stored programs as often as you like and control your TV with VCR-tike functions, such as pause, rewind, and instant replay. You'll never miss your favorite show again! When you do have dme for the remote, why not enjoy your favorite program in HD! High Definition programming lets your HDTV do what it was meant to do - WOW you! It allows your HDTVo deliver the sharp picture, vivid colors and surround sound that make your experience truly HD! ! Purpose: The John Deere turf technician is responsible for the diagnosis, repair, and scheduled maintenance of turf products such as lawn mowers, snow blowers, John Deere gators and other consumer products. This technician will report to the service manager, and all work shall be completed in a safe, professional, and timely manner. The technician must be able to diagnose the failure mode, using the appropriate technical manual procedures or online computer manuals and special tools. Additionally, the technician must be able to perform complete component removal, disassembly, and reconditioning, following technical procedures. Responsibilities: • Performs a high level of service on all makes of John Deere turf equipment • Perform reconditioning and repair of all machine systems and components : • Coordinates with Service Manager to establish and implement effective processes for all turf services offered through dealership specific service programs • Report work required with the Service Manager, for proper and safe operation by the customer • Reviews and explains any maintenance, repair or other service concerns with the customer if needed and documents on work order • Participates in Service EDUCATE & other iraining programs required for the development of skills and knowledge as directed by the servie manager i • " Maintains current knQwledge of John Deere and competitive products • Follows all safety rules and regulations in performing work assignments • Completes all reports and forms required in conjunction with work assignments • Accounts for all time and material used in performing assigned duties • Demonstrate skills to other technicians as required Experience, Education, Skills and Knowledge: • I"+ years of experience pe'rforming service repairs • Outstanding interpersonal and customer service skills • Ability to perform basic repairs and required maintenance using special tools and equipment following Technical Manual procedures • Proficient knowledge of mechanical, electrical and hydraulic systems used in the repair of turf equipment • Ability to use Service Advisor, Microsoft Office applications, and basic computer functions • Ability to operate vehicles and equipment used for diagnostic purposes • Ability to lift at least 50+ Ibs. repeatedly • High School Diploma or equivalent experience required; Associates degree preferred • Valid driver's license required . Pay and Benefits: • Starting wage $11-$17/hr depending on experience • Full time with benefits: medical, dental, vision, 401k, life, short and long term disability, PTO, company provided uniforms, and more Please fill out an online application at www, truenorthequipment.com and send resume to rkmecik@truenorthequipment.com For more information call Rachel 701-746-4436 Tro  :t North Eq  pment is an EqHai Opportunity Employer .w.,,, n,oo,, r. c o Aavemse in The Press today wepaavemsmg00gmau,em I l] . i 1 . i i #- il 1 [_. !