Assists with maintenance for vehicle fleet, equipment repair, record keeping and parts inventory as needed for the safe and economical operation of all company vehicles.
Essential Job Functions
- Performs routine preventative maintenance and makes repairs on company vehicles as assigned; maintains and updates Fleet software on each vehicle.
- Assists in maintaining inventory of maintenance equipment and supplies.
- Works with outside repair services when repairs cannot be made in-house. Ensures prompt service and high quality parts are installed by outside repair service.
- Keeps shop clean and in working condition.
- Provides and maintains own tools required for performing duties.
- Maintain TCEC tools and equipment.
- Operates vehicles and equipment, including but not limited to bucket trucks, digger derricks and other TCEC vehicles to perform inspections, maintenance and repairs.
- Observes and practices all safety policies and bulletins.
- Certified and able to operate forklift.
- High school diploma or equivalent certificate required. Formal education in motor vehicle (all types) maintenance and hydraulic systems is desirable.
- 5 years' experience in repair and maintenance of all types of automobiles and trucks.
- 5 years' experience in servicing of aerial hydraulics systems such as those found on present TCEC equipment is required.
- Experience in repair and maintenance of all types of gas, diesel engines and air brakes.
- Language Skills
- Ability to read, analyze, and interpret common technical journals, safety materials, and other work-related documents. Must be able to write routine reports and correspondence, and to speak effectively to employees of the Cooperative.
CERTIFICATES, LICENSES, REGISTRATIONS
- Class A Commercial Driver's License
- Air Brake Certified
- Air Conditioner Certified
- Automotive Service Excellence (ASE) or Diesel Engine Certified
- Hydraulics Certification
- Altec Certification
- Proficient with computers including various diagnostic systems, Fleet Software and Microsoft Office.
- Must be skilled in basic mechanical work including hydraulics and diesel engines.
- Must be skilled in diagnosing and installing electrical systems to include emergency lighting, radios and backup cameras.
- Must be able to work independently and to expedite work to meet time schedule.
- Must be able to solve practical problems and deal with a variety of variables.
- Must be able to interpret a variety of instructions furnished in written, oral, diagram, or schedule form.
- Must be able to add, subtract, and divide.
- Reports to Fleet Manager
- Interacts with employees and vendors in performing mechanical functions and/or transportation logistics.
(Scale: Rarely = Less than 5%, Occasionally = 5% - 25%, Frequently = More than 25%)
- Heavy lifting or moving of materials: Frequently - Up to 50 pounds
- Operates Equipment: Frequently
- Operates Office Machines: Frequently - PCs, copy, fax machines, telephone
- Standing: Frequently - up and down all day.
- Walking: Frequently
- Awkward Position (stooping, bending etc.): Occasionally
- Climbing Maximum: Occasionally
- Eye-hand Coordination: Frequently
- Location: Indoor 50% of time, Outdoor 50% of time
- Work Conditions: Overtime, only as needed