|Open Date||8/8/2018 5:00:00 PM|
|Filing Deadline||8/22/2018 11:59:00 PM|
|Salary||$22.13 - $31.47/hour; $3,835.87 - $5,454.80/month; $46,030.40 - $65,457.60/year|
|Type of Recruitment||Open|
Performs a variety of complex maintenance and/or specialized repair tasks on automotive, construction, fire, solid waste, or special vehicles and equipment to include boats.
Repairs and replaces mounted boom assemblies and related components; repairs structural members including bumpers and replaces engine and body mounts; performs major repairs to power steering pumps, valves and steering gear assemblies; performs major repairs to suspension systems including repairs to brackets necessary for attaching the suspension to the frame and parts necessary for attaching the suspension to the axle.
Operates front end alignment equipment and replaces parts and makes adjustments where required; removes and replaces clutch assemblies and flywheels; performs major repairs to automatic and standard transmissions where required; performs repairs to differential systems; repairs wiring harnesses requiring under dash work or extensive technical expertise because of placement and types of wiring involved; performs major engine tune-ups including those involving use of computerized checking systems and interpretation of printouts; performs major repairs to gasoline and/or propane fuel systems; repairs, adjusts, removes, and replaces gasoline and/or diesel engine short blocks or any components of the block including accessory changeover.
Operates a variety of motor vehicles and equipment in order to diagnose and evaluate vehicle/equipment problems and either repairs or makes recommendations as to appropriate repair requirements; prepares estimates of accident damage on all types of motor vehicles; repairs motor vehicle bodies to include painting and prep work; cleans vehicles to maintain appearance.
Uses precision measuring equipment (veneer calibers, vibration analyzers, micrometers, etc.); fabricates specialized equipment; operates machine shop equipment (e.g., lathe, milling machine, drill press, table saw, band saw), and cutting torches and welders (oxygen, acetylene, and electric); fits and installs hydraulic and pneumatic valves, compressors and steam turbines; cuts and threads pipes to facilitate installation or repairs.
Interprets electrical circuit drawings.
Accurately records time and information on work performed in Fleet Information System.
Performs related work as required.
Considerable knowledge of: standard methods, practices, tools, and equipment used in the maintenance and repair of diverse gasoline, diesel and/or propane powered vehicles and equipment; mechanical, electrical and hydraulic principles as applied to maintenance and repairs of automotive, construction, solid waste, and special vehicles and equipment.
Working knowledge of: occupational hazards and safety precautions relating to vehicle and equipment maintenance and repair; safe methods used for hoisting and relocating heavy mechanisms.
Some knowledge of: operation and use of diverse automotive, construction and special vehicles and equipment.
Ability to: perform complex maintenance and/or specialized mechanical, electrical and hydraulic repairs; use and interpret wiring diagrams, blueprints and technical publications; operate testing equipment to detect vehicle and equipment malfunctions and to identify repair requirements; perform tasks requiring physical strength and endurance; understand and follow oral and written instructions and prepare simple reports; establish and maintain effective working relationships with others; inspect work of others and train lower level mechanics; operate a variety of motor vehicles.
Skill in: use and care of tools, machinery, and testing equipment utilized in complex maintenance and/or specialized repair of automotive, construction, and special vehicles and equipment.
Certification by National Institute of Automotive Service Excellence (NIASE) in two (2) or more of the automobile or heavy-truck areas. OR, acceptable manufacturer's training certification and the ability to obtain NIASE certification within six (6) months of employment.
Possession of a valid Florida driver’s license; possession of a valid Florida commercial driver’s license class “B” within six (6) months.