This position requires knowledge of
the principles of preventive maintenance and methods of
lubricating and servicing buses, trucks and cars; knowledge
of automotive parts and terminology used in mechanical repair
and maintenance work; knowledge of the use of machine and
hand tools used in servicing and minor repair work; knowledge
of the safe use and care of tools and equipment used to
perform upholstery, glass and tire repair.
Must possess the skill to understand and follow
oral and written instructions; effectively inspect and detect
major mechanical vehicle problems requiring mechanical repair;
perform minor body and paint work; maintain accurate records
and logs; effectively service mechanical equipment and
demonstrate a high degree of mechanical aptitude; establish and
maintain effective work relationships with those contacted in
the performance of required duties; perform other related
duties as required.
MUST POSSESS THE ABILITY TO OBTAIN AND
MAINTAIN A VALID CLASS "A" CALIFORNIA DRIVER'S LICENSE.
MUST SUBMIT A DMV H-6 (10 YEAR DRIVING RECORD) WITH
One year automotive servicing experience and
the ability to meet physical requirements of the job is
A PRE-EMPLOYMENT MEDICAL ASSESSMENT AND A
CRIMINAL HISTORY CHECK WILL BE REQUIRED OF THE SUCCESSFUL
CANDIDATE PRIOR TO EMPLOYMENT.
DUTIES OF POSITION:
To inspect, lubricate, service, wash, and fuel
buses and other vehicles and equipment; to repair or replace
upholstery, window glass, tires, and to assist mechanics in the
semi skilled maintenance and repair work.
Employees in this classification
receive direct to general supervision from the Transportation
Supervisor or his/her designate within a framework of standard
policies and procedures.
This job class is responsible for maintaining
safe vehicle operating conditions and assisting mechanics with
routine servicing of District vehicles and equipment.
NUMBER OF MONTHS:
12 (to begin 7/2/12)
NUMBER OF HOURS:
8 (daily working hours to be 3:30 p.m. - 12:00