Fleet Maintenance Mechanic
SALARY RANGE $20.51 Hourly $42,660.80 Annually MUST be able to pass polygraph No felonies or misdemeanors NO marijuana use in 2 years GENERAL DESCRIPTION OF DUTIES: Performs skilled maintenance and repair work on agency vehicles and equipment including: preventive maintenance, mechanical and electrical systems diagnostics, and mechanical and electrical repairs and replacements. KNOWLEDGE SKILLS AND ABILITIES: Ability to communicate effectively verbally and in writing. Ability to use initiative and independent judgment within established guidelines. Ability to prepare and maintain maintenance records including technical manuals, parts inventory and repair records. Knowledge of the materials, tools and methods used in the diagnosis, repair, maintenance and servicing of a variety of vehicles and equipment. Knowledge of drivelines, braking, climate control, electronic, electrical, fuel and hydraulic systems and components. Knowledge of parts requirements and parts compatibility. Skill in diagnosing and repairing vehicles and equipment. Skill in using various test equipment to diagnose vehicles and equipment. Skill in the use of various tools used to repair vehicles and equipment. PHYSICAL ABILITIES Ability to frequently push, pull, lift and/or carry equipment, tools, supplies and other materials weighing up to 75 lbs. and to occasionally push, pull, lift and/or carry equipment, supplies and other materials weighing up to 100 lbs. Must also possess the hand-eye coordination and manual dexterity necessary to use hands and arms to finger, handle, grasp and feel; climb into, out of, and under vehicles, and to operate the following: vehicles, computers, tools and any other equipment that is used to perform the essential functions of the job. TASKS AND POLICIES: Confers with customers to obtain descriptions of vehicle problems, to discuss work to be performed and future repair requirements. Completes work orders, maintenance logs, reports and records detailing all work performed, parts/supplies used, time required and location of repair. Diagnoses complex vehicle and equipment systems such as braking, climate control, electrical, electronic, steering, and driveline to determine repair requirements. Complies with safety programs to ensure all equipment and tools are used in a safe manner as well as ensuring compliance with county, state, and federal policies and regulations pertaining to hazardous waste handling. Repairs and/or replaces faulty, defective or worn parts, components and systems of fleet vehicles and equipment. Checks and maintains or replaces all fluid systems, filters, tires, and safety equipment to maintain fleet vehicles in a safe operational status. Successfully completes all assignments to specifications, within specified timeframe and budget as directed and in accordance with agency policies and regulations. Performs other related duties as assigned. POLICY Arrives on time for work, limits breaks and lunches to the allotted time, and leaves on time. Uses leave in accordance with General Orders; communicates and cooperates with management in providing proper notice of leave; patterns and amounts of leave usage (not including legitimate, properly scheduled and approved leave and protected leave). Volume of work accomplished is consistent with position requirements and produced within quality tolerance standards. Works with other team members to achieve group goals by contributing ideas in group settings, accepting ideas contributed by others, operating within team rules, participating in team meetings, working with team members to improve job knowledge and skills, putting team goals over personal goals, and supporting team leaders once decisions are made. Follows standard office procedures, safety policies and procedures and agency General Orders. Maintains good interpersonal relations (the manner in which the employee responds emotionally and verbally) with the public, other employees, and supervisors. This policy also relates to the image the employee projects and includes cleanliness and personal grooming. Operates and cares for equipment, tools, and vehicles according to prescribed standards and schedules. MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: High school diploma or equivalent (GED) required. Must have 2 years of experience maintaining and repairing vehicles and equipment. Must obtain a Master Automotive Services Excellence (ASE) certification and Emergency Vehicle Technician (EVT) certification within one-year probationary period. Valid Florida driver's license required. Must pass MCSO 8-hour Driver Improvement Course. Must possess a department-approved set of hand tools.
Position Type: Full-time
Salary Range: $41,000 - $60,000/year
Employer Type: Employment Agency