Fleet Specialist IV

Recruitment #220705-F47D-02

Introduction



IF YOU ARE A CURRENT STATE EMPLOYEE, PLEASE APPLY TO THE “INTERNAL JOBS” LISTING HERE. DO NOT APPLY VIA THIS RECRUITMENT

This position is located in District 4 in Noble County.

Salary:  $52,700.00

JOB DUTIES: This is the leadership level where incumbents are assigned responsibilities involving the supervision of an equipment repair facility or unit and assigned specialists. In this role they will provide training, review work, assist in the diagnosis of mechanical problems and perform other tasks involving preparation of reports and ordering parts as required. They will have supervisory responsibility for directing the various repair and maintenance functions of the shop.

Level Descriptor
This is the leadership level where incumbents are assigned responsibilities involving the supervision of an equipment repair facility or unit and assigned specialists. In this role they will provide training, review work, assist in the diagnosis of mechanical problems and perform other tasks involving preparation of reports and ordering parts as required.  They will have supervisory responsibility for directing the various repair and maintenance functions of the shop.

Knowledge, Skills, Abilities and Competencies
Knowledge, Skills and Abilities required at this level include knowledge of the tools, equipment and terminology of the mechanical trade; of diagnosing problems with light and heavy duty equipment; of the functioning of internal combustion engines; of drive systems and other systems in various types of vehicles and other equipment; of parts-ordering procedures within the assigned shop; of repair costs and costs of new equipment; of supervisory practices and principles; and of standard parts inventory procedures. Ability is required to use diagnostic tools; to read and understand parts manuals, service manuals, and schematics; to follow verbal and written instructions; to perform advanced and technical repairs, including the use of welding equipment; to direct the work of other mechanics and helpers; to use highly technical diagnostic tools such as lab scopes, scanners and computer software; to train employees, including in the use highly complex diagnostic tools; and to supervise the work of others.

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MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS

Education and Experience requirements at this level consist of four years of experience in automobile, truck, light or heavy duty road equipment, combustion engines or chassis maintenance and repair; or an equivalent combination of education and experience, substituting one year of education/training as an Automotive/Diesel Mechanic.

NOTES

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