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Fleet Mechanic-STA

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With general direction from the Fleet Maintenance Supervisor, provides a wide range of technical services on company buses, vans, and automobiles. This is a journeyman position that requires significant technical training and /or experience. Also works under the direction of the Terminal Manger.



  • Performs thorough, accurate Preventative Maintenance inspections.



  • Following schedules completes all required PM maintenance operations including lubrication, fluid changes, brake adjustments, and tire rotation.



  • With direction from the Fleet Maintenance Supervisor, performs unscheduled maintenance as needed.



  • Performs complex operations including engine, electrical, fuel, brake, and exhaust repairs and field tests. This requires interpreting and working from drawings, specifications and other technical materials.



  • Must be able to utilize a ladder and other elevation equipment to access the roof of buses and elevated light fixtures for repairs and maintenance.



  • Must operate CDL and Non-CDL vehicles (buses and van) to perform road tests, as well as shuttle in an out of the garage for repairs and maintenance.



  • May, on occasion, be required to drive.



  • Must be able to lift heavy equipment (up to 100lbs) including brake drums, tires, ladders, tool chests, floor jacks, etc. when necessary.



  • Must be able to operate bench grinder, torch, drill press, Jack and Jack stands, sawzall, oil pumps, power washer, parts cleaner and other hand tools required to perform work.



  • Performs emergency roadside services as needed. Requires operation of either replacement vehicle or utility truck.



  • Emergency conditions may require calls at home, extended hours, or weekend work.



  • Document repairs and parts on work orders completely and accurately.



  • Maintains tools and work places so that conditions are neat and orderly.



  • Must be thoroughly familiar with all safety provisions associated with vehicle maintenance. Understands OSHA standards and provisions.



  • Understands and conforms to State EPA regulations regarding disposal of toxic waste substances.



  • Performs other duties as required.




  • High School Diploma or equivalent supplemented by specialized vehicle and equipment repair courses.



  • At least two (2) years experience as a mechanic in an automotive, school bus, trucking or heavy equipment environment, or any equivalent combination of education and experience.



  •  Possession of a valid CDL with passenger and school bus endorsement is preferred.



  • Ability to safely lift over 50 lbs.



  • Provide own hand tools required for regular maintenance.





  • Knowledge of tools, procedures, technical skills and safety rules used in the maintenance and repair of gasoline, diesel, and alternative powered equipment.



  • Written and verbal communication skills, and customer service skills are essential. Ability to deal with problems and find solutions.



  • Must have knowledge of Federal and State regulations.



  • Operational knowledge of motorized gasoline, diesel and alternative fueled vehicles, and shop equipment and tools.



  • Scheduling and setting priorities for work to be accomplished.



  • Inspection of equipment and diagnose mechanical defects.



  • ASE Certification(s) a plus




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