What’s the deal with the diesel technician?

The new diesel technician is here to fix your diesel vehicle’s engine and exhaust problems.

The job is often a full-time job with some work in between.

It’s usually a $100-a-month job but can also be as little as $20 a month.

The job has been around for more than 30 years, according to the Alberta Ministry of Transportation, but its been getting more and more people into it.

“We’re not talking about a newbie.

We’re talking about somebody who is trained and is familiar with diesel engine servicing,” said Alberta Public Service Commission spokesman Tom Burtch.

The technician will be responsible for maintaining and repairing the engines, and will have to clean up the engine after it’s been serviced.

The Alberta Government says it’s a temporary job but is looking for someone to work for the government for up to a year.

“You can start at $15 an hour and you can work your way up to $20 an hour, or $25 an hour if you have some specialized training,” said Burtk.

The first-year apprentice will also need to demonstrate that he or she has the necessary skills.

The company will pay them $5,000 a year in a lump sum and $100 per month in a monthly payment.