Ameren Fleet Technician in St. Louis, Missouri
If end date is listed, the posting will come down at 12:00 am on that date:
Hourly Rate - $37.80 - $46.44
Shifts: PM 3:30pm-2:00am and OWL 9:30pm-7:30am
DUTIES : Under direct but not constant supervision, to do a general range of repair and maintenance work on automotive equipment, construction equipment and power take-off driven equipment; to repair garage equipment as required; to direct the work of another Automotive Mechanic or Fleet Services employee of lesser grade; and do similar and less skilled work as required. In this connection to perform details of work, such as: Overhaul motors, transmissions, and differentials. Analyze motors. Overhaul and adjust brake systems. Repair, overhaul and align vehicle front end and steering systems. Repack, adjust, or replace bearings. Repair and overhaul fuel systems. Repair and overhaul cooling systems. Install, repair and overhaul electrical systems. Do welding. Make minor fender and body repairs. Paint or touch up. Make modifications on equipment as required. Install crew cab glass. Repair or replace suspension systems. Repair or replace tires. Balance wheels. Replace or repair components of construction equipment and power take-off driven equipment. Maintain small powered equipment. Attend garage gasoline service station, as required. Make service calls.
SPECIAL RESPONSIBILITIES: For proper care and use of tools, materials, and shop equipment. For responding to calls quickly, and restoring equipment to service in a minimum of time. For working with precision when making close adjustments. For close careful inspection and adjustment of equipment for the protection of operators and equipment. For following safe working practices.
CONTACTS : Frequently with Stores Department employees and distributors in picking up parts and materials. With those having work done on equipment in the field or in the shop. WORKING CONDITIONS: Exposed to outside weather conditions; must dress for inside and outside work; subject to irritations from gas, oil, solvents, fumes; and to damp and drafty conditions.
HAZARDS : Subject to skin abrasions; to eye injury from foreign particles, to the hazards of carbon monoxide gas; to the hazard of working under and around equipment; to street and highway traffic.
OTHER: Candidates who cannot perform some or all of these duties because of disabilities will nevertheless receive full consideration for the job based on their ability to perform the essential functions.
QUALIFICATIONS: Graduation from high school or successful completion of a recognized high school equivalency examination. Successful completion of an approved educational program in automotive maintenance or its equivalent preferred and shall have satisfactorily performed for two years in an automotive maintenance facility in a repair technician classification or its equivalent. An additional five years of satisfactory performance in an automotive maintenance facility in a repair technician classification will be considered in lieu of completion of an approved educational program. Must be able to meet and deal with people, be willing to work alone for considerable periods, be active and able-bodied and have average physical strength and endurance. Must be a competent operator of equipment and be able to qualify for chauffeur’s license. Must successfully complete all testing requirements related to this classification. Must obtain and maintain a valid class (A) C.D.L. license with HAZMAT endorsement.
Local 1439 Fleet Technician Journeyman IA2801 Pay Scale
Step (1) — Pass Fleet Services Mechanic Skills Test $37.80
Step (2) — 6 Months – Aerial Inspection Test $39.55
Step (3) — 12 Months – 3 ASE Test $41.99
Step (4) — 24 Months – 3 ASE Test $43.52
Step (5) — 36 Months – 2 ASE Test $46.44
Additional Shift work premium of $1.40 per hour for those working the PM or OWL shift.
Technicians can advance through these steps and achieve Step 5 pay within one year by passing the Fluid Power Certification and acquiring ASE Master Medium/Heavy Truck Certification status. IA2801 Fleet Technician Journeyman working PM or OWL shift at a step one will start at $39.20 per hour (includes shift premium). Within one year and one acquiring all the above certifications and working the PM or OWL shift one will top out at $47.84 per hour.
0 to 1 year prorated based on start date
1 to 6 years of service 2 weeks of vacation
6 to 15 years of service 3 weeks of vacation
15 to 20 years of service 4 weeks of vacation
20 to 30 years of service 5 weeks of vacation
30 or more years of service 6 weeks of vacation
All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, ethnicity, age, disability, genetic information, military service or status, pregnancy, marital status, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, or any other class, trait, or status protected by law.
Our workforce is dedicated to keeping the lights on and the gas flowing – 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. That same kind of dedication and longstanding commitment to diversity, equity and inclusion has helped us build an "All-In" supportive and accepting diverse culture where opinions are shared in an environment where all are respected and the best solutions are put into action.
Our vision is "Leading the Way to a Sustainable Energy Future" and our mission is "To Power the Quality of Life." Our company values include safety and security, integrity, respect, diversity equity and inclusion, accountability, stewardship, teamwork and a commitment to excellence. Our "All-In" culture reflects how we care, serve with passion, deliver for customers, communities and shareholders and win together.
Ameren's co-workers spend thousands of hours each year giving back to their communities. The company supports their donations of time through a Dollars for Doers program and also offers a Matching Grant program for donations made to postsecondary schools.
Ameren has an unwavering commitment to sustainability. That includes how we perform as a steward of the environment, how we manage our relationships with customers, communities and workforce and provide robust governance and oversight of our practices. We are committed to clean energy. The company has established a net-zero carbon emissions goal by 2045 across all its operations in Missouri and Illinois. In addition, Ameren laid out plans for its largest-ever expansion of clean wind and solar generation that maintains the reliability and affordability that customers have come to expect. Interim carbon emissions goals include a 50% reduction by 2030 and an 85% reduction by 2040, from 2005 levels.
St. Louis-based Ameren Corporation powers the quality of life for 2.4 million electric customers and more than 900,000 natural gas customers in a 64,000-square-mile area through its Ameren Missouri and Ameren Illinois rate-regulated utility subsidiaries. Ameren Illinois provides electric transmission and distribution service and natural gas distribution service. Ameren Missouri provides electric generation, transmission and distribution services, as well as natural gas distribution service. Ameren Transmission Company of Illinois operates a rate-regulated electric transmission business in the Midcontinent Independent System Operator, Inc. For more information, visit Ameren.com (https://c212.net/c/link/?t=0&l=en&o=3228409-1&h=4163191186&u=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.ameren.com%2F&a=Ameren.com) , or follow us on Twitter at @AmerenCorp , Facebook.com/AmerenCorp , or LinkedIn.com/company/Ameren .
Ameren is committed to equal employment opportunities and all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, ethnicity, age, disability, genetic information, military service or status, pregnancy, marital status, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, or any other class, trait, or status protected by applicable law.