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Fleet Technician I

City of Black Hawk

This is a Full-time position in Black Hawk, CO posted November 16, 2022.

JOB TITLE: Maintenance Fleet Technician I

DEPARTMENT: Public Works

SALARY RANGE: $53,763 – $69,892 (paid hourly) DOQ/E

GENEROUS BENEFIT PACKAGE:

The City pays 90% of medical premium and 100% coverage for dental, vision, group life, and short/long term disability. The City offers an excellent retirement package with a guaranteed 8% match of base earnings and up to a 12% match based on employees’ retirement election. Newly hired employees enjoy over seven weeks combined annual leave (PTO and Sick), which increases with tenure.

SUMMARY

Skilled work in the maintenance and repair of City equipment, including light, medium, and heavy-duty automobiles, trucks, and equipment. Work also includes maintenance and repair of emergency equipment, including fire, police, ambulance, transit buses, transit signage, and service and repair of small-motorized equipment, including lawnmowers, chain saws, shop equipment, and other landscaping equipment.

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS

Perform diagnostic and preventative maintenance on vehicles and equipment, including tune-ups, oil and filter changes, cooling system checks, air conditioning systems, and lubrication; Service, rebuild, or replace major and minor driveline equipment parts such as engines, generators, distributors, brakes, rotors, clutches, transmissions, fuel pumps, compressors, exhaust systems, seats, differentials, drivelines, gearboxes, alternators, starters, etc.; Changing, rotating, and repairing both light and heavy-duty tires; Repair damage to vehicles, snowplows, sanders, and light and heavy-duty equipment; Fabricates parts and makes modifications to existing equipment for adaptation to department-specific needs; Check and repair lights, ignition systems, electrical components, hydraulic systems, and suspension systems on vehicles and equipment; Diagnose problems in electrical, fuel, and hydraulic systems and various mechanical components. Bumper-to-bumper preventative maintenance inspections and oil and lube changes; Preventative maintenance and repair of transit shuttle buses, fire apparatus, ambulance, police, public works vehicles, and light and heavy equipment; Reading and understanding service manuals and schematics; Repair and maintain small, motorized equipment such as chain saws, lawnmowers, weed eaters, 2 and 4-cycle; Provide emergency field assistance to disabled vehicles, busses, and equipment; Test, diagnose, service, and repair vehicles and equipment in the most cost-effective manner possible; Ability to keep up with daily electronic and written work orders, inspection repairs, and part order requests as assigned and in a timely manner; Repair and maintain ambulance and fire apparatus electrical, heating, air conditioning, and ventilation systems; Repair and maintain ambulance and fire apparatus cab, chassis, and power train; Operation of automotive diagnostic and repair equipment; Use of both electric and gas welding equipment. Use of shop fabrication and safety equipment; On-call duty required and occasional overtime required

EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE

Minimum of three (3) years of experience in automotive or heavy equipment repair preferably in a municipal setting; High School diploma or GED; Colorado Class R Drivers license with a good driving record; Ability to obtain Class B CDL with air brakes and P Endorsement within one (1) year of hire; Formal training in automotive and/or heavy equipment.