Service and repair of all fleet vehicles.
Perform preventive maintenance (lube, oil
change, replace belts, hoses, inspect brakes, repack bearings, check tires, on
all size vehicles. Must perform per month.
Diagnose and effectively repair mechanical,
engine and electrical
irregularities/malfunctions on all size vehicles.
Drive automatic and standard shift vehicles
for testing, transfer, and pick-up/delivery of parts.
Perform inventory and order parts, supplies,
Ability to read and understand technical
service manuals, repair orders, labels, and gauges (in English).
Ability to write work orders, purchase
Ability to communicate verbally (in English)
using telephone for ordering parts and supplies.
Possession of valid driver’s license and
ability to drive both automatic and standard transmission vehicles from 2,000
to 50,000 lbs. in size.
Unrestricted ability to walk, stand, bend,
stoop, squat, lift (up to 50 lbs.), push, pull, climb, and lie on back in
horizontal position for prolonged periods of time.
Ability to hoist any size vehicle with lift
device (vehicle jack) using foot and arm pumping motion.
Ability to lift and hold parts (weighing up
to ___________ lbs.) in position while lying on back in horizontal position on
Work is performed in a semi-enclosed
structure and outdoors. Environment involves chemical handling, gasoline/diesel
fumes and intermittent high noise exposure.
Full-time schedule consists of an average of
40 hours per week for a 5-day period.