Under direction, to perform skilled mechanical repairs and maintenance on gasoline and diesel-powered buses and other mechanical equipment; and to do related work as required consistent with job description.
Directly responsible to designated administrators.
ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS
- Diagnoses mechanical problems and performs complex mechanical repairs on gasoline and diesel-powered buses and other automotive equipment
- Inspects district mechanical equipment and carries out a preventive maintenance program
- Makes all types of repairs on gasoline and diesel equipment, such as major and minor engine overhauls
- Rebuilds transmissions and differentials
- Repairs, installs and adjusts clutches
- Replaces and adjusts valves and bearings, fuel systems, ignitions and carburetors
- Relines and adjusts brakes
- Rebuilds bus air compressors
- Repairs and replaces starters, alternators, distributors, relays, and other automotive electrical equipment.
- Lubricates and services district buses
- Maintains records of repairs and maintenance work and contacts parts dealers for necessary parts and supplies
- Makes emergency repairs to buses and equipment in the field.
Possession of a valid California Class II driver’s license.
- Tools, equipment, and procedures used in the repair and the overhaul of heavy duty vehicle mechanical components
- Principles and methods used in a program of preventive maintenance of pupil transportation vehicles or equivalent.
Must pass qualifying tests.
Four years of journeyman level shop experience in maintenance and repair of all mechanical and electrical vehicle components, including direct involvement with diesel-powered units.