$25.02-$35.58 Hourly / $4,336.80-$6,167.20 Monthly / $52,041.60-$74,006.40 Yearly
Coordinates and participates in the activities of the technical service writing section, which is involved in performing quality inspections on all types of automotive vehicles and equipment to determine repair requirements; debriefs automotive equipment operators and conducts physical inspections of vehicles; reviews vehicles history file for past maintenance activities; informs fleet operations superintendent of any suspected vehicle or equipment abuse; determines mechanical conditions and parts requirements; prepares work orders designating appropriate corrective actions to be taken.
Analyzes unusual or complex symptoms and complaints encountered in the physical inspection and automotive equipment operator debriefing process; serves as liaison between operations control and the appropriate shop supervisor concerning unusual or complex symptoms and complaints.
Conducts sample inspections of work performed at the municipal central garage to ascertain both quality of work and that parts installation has been accomplished before releasing vehicle or equipment to the user department or division.
Delivers vehicle or obtains transportation of vehicles to outside repair shops or dealers for warranty work; obtains quotes for sublet work; delivers or coordinates delivery of vehicles to the sublet vendor; receives delivery invoices for outside repairs or warranty work; conducts complete inspection of work performed by outside vendors before releasing vehicle or equipment to the user department or division or to the workshop for further repairs, and, upon acceptance, processes invoices.
When assigned to the Parks department: monitors daily operations of sub station; notifies division of all vehicles and equipment to be delivered to outside repair shops or dealers for warranty work; identifies start and stop times when routing work to appropriate shops; communicates unexpected vehicle and equipment delays to user divisions; develops and utilizes a tracking system for PMs and work orders, as well as for minor repairs; trains lower level employees in troubleshooting and the proper maintenance of equipment; performs minor maintenance and repair on small engines, such as weedeaters, mowers, chainsaws, utility carts, etc.
Posts information from invoices to vehicle work orders; updates the FASTER repair history; reviews schedules for vehicles in for unscheduled repair to determine whether preventative maintenance inspection should be performed; maintains records, reviews technical repair publications, and prepares reports as required.
Monitors new vehicle and equipment receiving; inspects new vehicles for compliance with purchase specifications; processes invoice for payment and updates FASTER inventory; performs data analysis for replacement vehicles and monitors and documents the status of vehicles being replaced.
Reviews and processes vehicle title and tag applications; reviews and researches and monitors auction results to determine vehicle resale value; coordinates disposal of vehicles.
Performs related work as required.
Considerable knowledge of: standard methods, practices, tools, and equipment used in automotive and mechanical maintenance and repair; maintenance and repair requirements of a variety of automotive and mechanical equipment; occupational hazards and safety precautions of the automotive maintenance and repair trade, especially as applied to the Occupational Safety and Health Act (OSHA); operation and use of diversified automotive vehicles and equipment.
Working knowledge of: automotive inspection techniques and procedures; automotive repair scheduling procedures and techniques.
Ability to: plan, assign and inspect the work of others; establish and assign repair time standards for vehicle and equipment repair; perform preventive maintenance and minor repairs on small engines when necessary; perform mathematical calculations; establish and maintain effective working relationships with other employees and the general public; follow oral and written instructions; prepare and submit clear, concise, accurate, and complete reports; operate a computer.