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Mechanic II/ Master Mechanic
Job Code:2018-53-008
  
JOB DESCRIPTION/REQUIREMENTS:

JACKSON ELECTRIC MEMBERSHIP CORPORATION
    

 Mechanic II/ Master Mechanic
Operations Support Services, Fleet Services, Gainesville/Oakwood


As a VEVRAA Federal Contractor, Jackson EMC has a high interest in priority referrals of protected veterans for our job openings.


POSITION OBJECTIVES: To provide for efficient, reliable, and prompt maintenance and repair service in a manner which will achieve the objectives of the section, department, and the system and present a favorable image of the Cooperative; and to consistently work and communicate in a team oriented environment in accordance with the Cooperative’s vision, mission, and values

MINIMUM JOB SPECIFICATIONS:

All requirements are subject to possible modification to reasonably accommodate individuals with disabilities.


Mechanic II

EDUCATION: Require high school diploma or equivalent. Require successful completion of an Automotive Technology Degree or comparable.

EXPERIENCE: Require a minimum of three (3) years’ experience as a Mechanic in a related industry automotive field.

KNOWLEDGE: Must have the basic knowledge to learn the duties and responsibilities of the position. Must have basic knowledge of repair and maintenance of automotive equipment, tractors, trailers, hydraulic equipment, small engines, hand tools, and all component parts. Must be familiar with the use of diagrams, charts, and factory manuals in maintenance and repair of equipment. Must possess and maintain Commercial Driver’s License and comply with state laws regarding the CDL process. Require a willingness to pursue a continuous program of self-development both inside and outside of work hours in furthering his/her knowledge to develop in the job and accept increasing responsibilities.

SKILLS: Require effective leadership skills, excellent communications skills, both written and verbal, and the ability to work in a team environment. Require the ability to perform neat and accurate work, determine priorities of work, meet schedules for accomplishment, and make recommendations for improvements. Require the ability to be objective, reliable, and prompt in performance of duties. Require the ability to work safe and have efficient use of all equipment and power tools related to shop activities. Require the ability to understand and follow specifications for shop maintenance activities. Interact and effectively communicate with others when needed.

The Mechanic II must possess the abilities and skills to learn and perform the following:

Must possess the following abilities and skills:

Inspect, repair and maintain functional parts of automotive and mechanical equipment, such as the following: trucks, tractors, trailers, hydraulic equipment, power saws, and small mechanical and hydraulic hand tools.

Inspect defective equipment and diagnose malfunction using motor analyzers, pressure gauges, chassis, charts and factory manuals

Disassemble and overhaul internal combustion engines, generators, starters, transmissions, clutches, and rear ends.

Perform both acetylene and electric welding.

Be able to read and interpret diagrams, charts, and factory manuals in diagnosis of trouble, maintenance and repair of vehicles.



Master Mechanic

EDUCATION: Require high school diploma or equivalent. Require successful completion of an Automotive Technology Degree or comparable.

EXPERIENCE: Require a minimum of four (4) years’ experience as a Mechanic in a related industry automotive field. Must successfully complete written evaluation for Master Mechanic.

KNOWLEDGE: Require basic knowledge and capability to learn the duties and responsibilities of this position. Require basic knowledge of repair and maintenance of automotive equipment, tractors, trailers, hydraulic equipment, small engines, diesel engines, hand tools, and all component parts. Require the ability to be familiar with the use of diagrams, charts, and factory manuals in maintenance and repair of equipment. Must possess and maintain Commercial Driver’s License and comply with state laws regarding the CDL process. Require a willingness to pursue a continuous program of self-development both inside and outside of work hours in furthering his/her knowledge to develop in the job and accept increasing responsibilities.

SKILLS: Require effective leadership skills, excellent communications skills, both written and verbal, and the ability to work in a team environment. Require the skills necessary for providing effective leadership, guidance, training, and direction. Require ability to be objective, reliable, and prompt in performance of duties.


WORKING RELATIONSHIPS AND CONDITIONS:

Reports to: Shop Superintendent or another assigned Supervisor.

Directs: None

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS:

  1. Perform all work required in connection with advanced engines and drivetrains for automobiles, trucks, tractors, trailers, hydraulic line equipment, power tools, and special mechanical equipment.
  2. Maintain knowledge of the latest techniques in maintenance and repair of automobiles, trucks, hydraulic equipment, hydraulic tools, small equipment, power mowers, and power saws.
  3. Perform diagnosis and repair on diesel engines.
  4. Perform diagnosis and repair on hydraulic systems and leveling and control systems for all types of mounted equipment owned and operated by the Cooperative.
  5. Stay current on mechanical systems for all types of vehicles owned and operated by the Cooperative including, but not limited to the following: Altec, Terex, Ditch Witch, Vermeer, Kubota, Takeuchi etc.
  6. Become and stay current on management and operation of fleet software.
  7. Completion of fleet data information sheet on new vehicles and equipment, work order completion and entry into fleet software.
  8. Perform emergency repairs on vehicular and mechanical equipment as required or directed.
  9. Become familiar with service area in order to perform emergency repairs on vehicular or mechanical equipment.
  10. Make periodic inspection of all vehicles and special equipment according to prescribed schedules.
  11. Complete and submit job order information, time sheets, and other required data to supervisor.
  12. Operate automotive equipment when assigned; comply with all traffic law safety rules, regulations, and safe practices while operating assigned vehicle; at all times monitor and maintain the safety of the vehicle, the occupants, and its loads.
  13. Perform welding as required.
  14. Study manuals and other guidelines to complete requirements as outlined in the specifications for this position.
  15. Furnish personal tools to perform duties of this position as required by the Cooperative.
  16. Keep informed of personnel Cooperative policies and procedures and attend and participate in all safety meetings scheduled by the Cooperative.
  17. Be familiar with and at all times follow the best safety practices set forth in the Cooperative's Safety Manual.
  18. Attend and participate in the annual meeting as required or directed.
  19. Perform such other duties as may be required or directed.

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