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Transit Service Mechanic


This is a Contract position in Glenwood Springs, CO posted August 19, 2020.

Transit Service Mechanic RFTA is hiring Transit Service Technicians, an entry-level mechanic position.

Position salary based on skills and experience, from $24 to $28 hour, and includes RFTA&039;s unbeatable benefits package (health, life, dental, vision, ski pass, retirement, and more).

Performs repairs and preventative maintenance, including removing, repairing, and replacing parts and components.

Position based in Aspen.

Good driving record required.

The Roaring Fork Transportation Authority has been in operation since 1983, and functions as a Regional Transportation Authority (RTA).

The RTA includes the communities of Aspen, Snowmass Village, Pitkin County, Basalt, and a portion of Eagle County, Carbondale, Glenwood Springs and the newest member New Castle.

RFTA provides commuter bus service from Aspen to Glenwood Springs (Roaring Fork Valley), Glenwood to Rifle (Hogback), intra city service in Aspen and Glenwood Springs, ski shuttle service to the four Aspen Skiing Company ski areas, the Maroon Bells Guided Bus Tours, and a variety of other seasonal services.

In November 2000, The Roaring Fork Transportation Authority was created by voters in seven jurisdictions within the Roaring Fork Valley.

Its predecessor, the Roaring Fork Transit Agency, was created in 1993 by means of an Intergovernmental Agreement between the City of Aspen and Pitkin County, who merged their separate transit systems in order to achieve economies of scale.

In 2001 the Roaring Fork Railroad Holding Authority (RFRHA) was merged into RFTA.

RFRHA was created in 1993 by the same constituent governments as RFTA, in order to acquire 34 miles of the Rio Grande Railroad corridor in the Roaring Fork Valley, which it purchased in 1997.

The corridor was assumed by RFTA, which is preserving it for a future mass transit system and, in the interim, is using it for a recreational trail.

In 2002, the Roaring Fork Transit Agency was also merged into RFTA along with its employees and equipment.

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