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Equipment Service Worker II (#RC0602)
$19.30-$23.45 Hourly / $3,345.33-$4,064.67 Monthly / $40,144.00-$48,776.00 Yearly




DEFINITION

Under general supervision, performs a wide variety of semi-skilled duties pertaining to lubrication and other types of routine maintenance work on automobiles, trucks, and other light equipment; and does related or other work as required in accordance with Rule 3, Section 3 of the Civil Service Rules.

CLASS CHARACTERISTICS

This is the second-level class in the Equipment Service Worker series.  Incumbents in this class are responsible for performing a wide variety of semi-skilled tasks that involve lubricating, servicing, and making minor repairs and adjustments to automobiles, trucks, and other light equipment in the fleet shop.

 

TYPICAL DUTIES

  • Greases automobiles, trucks, and other light equipment.
  • Checks and replenishes oil levels in crankcases, transmissions, differentials and master cylinders.
  • Checks general conditions of horns, batteries, lights, tires, windshield wipers and other related automotive equipment; makes minor repairs and adjustments such as replacing, batteries and wipers; repairs and replaces tires; reports major mechanical problems to supervisor.
  • Steam cleans engines and related equipment. 
  • Assists mechanics by performing support tasks as assigned. 
  • Assigns motor pool vehicles to authorized personnel; services vehicles with gas, oil and water; parks vehicles. 
  • Picks up and delivers automobiles and trucks. 
  • Prepares routine records and reports.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS

EITHER PATTERN I

 

Experience:  Two years as an Equipment Service Worker I in San Joaquin County service.

 

OR PATTERN II

 

Experience:  Two years in the routine servicing and lubrication of automobiles or light trucks.

 

AND FOR BOTH PATTERNS

 

License:  Possession of a valid California driver’s license.

KNOWLEDGE

Materials, equipment and methods used in lubricating and servicing automobiles and trucks; general nomenclature and functioning of trucks and automotive equipment.

ABILITY

Lubricate, service and make minor repairs on automobiles and trucks; keep routine records; follow oral and written directions; operate automobiles and trucks; perform heavy manual labor; work effectively with others.

 

PHYSICAL/MENTAL REQUIREMENTS

Mobility – frequent standing and walking; occasional pushing, pulling, balancing, bending, twisting, climbing, kneeling, squatting; Lifting/Carrying – frequently 50 pounds or less; occasionally 51 – 70 pounds; Dexterity – frequent handling, reaching, grasping, and fingering; Hearing/Talking – frequent hearing and speaking normal speech and speaking loudly over equipment noise; occasional hearing/talking on a radio; Visual frequent use of good overall vision, at normal or corrected to normal acuity; frequent use of depth perception and peripheral vision; occasional reading and close-up work; Environmental frequent exposure to dirt, dust, smoke, fumes, and odors; occasional exposure to varied weather conditions or working with hazardous materials; Emotional/Psychological – frequent concentration and working independently; Special Requirements occasional working overtime, weekends, nights, holidays and/or emergency call-back; occasional travel.


CLASS: RC0602; EST: 9/1/1960; REV: 5/13/2015;