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Metropolitan Utilities District Auto Service Person in United States

OAC EXTERNAL POSITION POSTING

DATES POSTED: 09/02-12/31/2022

Job Title:

Auto Service Person

Entry Wage:

$21.66

Division:

Transportation

Standard Wage:

$27.08

Schedule:

Full-Time

Shift:

Mon-Fri; 2nd Shift

Reports To:

Night Foreman, Transportation

Job Code:

10022

Position Summary

Under supervision, refuels, performs safety checks and general service work on fleet vehicles and equipment. Transports vehicles to various locations and picks up parts as required.

Essential Functions

  • Refuel vehicles and machinery. Check tires and fluid levels of vehicles and report observed defects to Foreman.

  • Perform Schedule A Maintenance, which includes checking antifreeze protection levels, changing oil and filter, greasing vehicles and checking the vehicles for defects, etc.

  • Maintain records of all materials used.

  • Refuel fuel trucks and serve as back-up for the Fuel Truck Driver.

  • Transport vehicles to other locations.

  • Pick up parts at vendor locations.

  • Remove and install tire and wheel assemblies from small and large trucks, cars and construction equipment. This includes working with split rims. Must also be able to remove tires from wheels, repair as needed and put tires on to wheels.

  • Operate a variety of District equipment and vehicles, to include trucks with manual transmissions.

  • Perform the physical requirements of position.

    Responsibilities/Accountabilities

  • Install license plates and stickers.

  • Wash and wax vehicles.

  • Vacuum the inside of vehicles.

  • Perform housekeeping in the shop area, clean garage floors, floor drains and catch basins.

  • Assist Mechanics when needed.

  • Communicate with and assist customers, co-workers and management professionally, regardless of provocation.

  • Comply with and understand all pertinent District Safety Standards.

  • Perform a variety of other duties as assigned.

    Minimum Requirements

  • Ability to operate a manual transmission (clutch).

  • Ability to drive and back large vehicles with trailers.

  • Ability to remove tires from storage racks and remove and replace wheels on vehicles.

  • Routinely handle fuel, lubricants and cleaning solutions.

  • Ability to routinely climb onto, over and into equipment on trailers loaded with equipment, tools and materials in all weather conditions.

  • Efficiently and effectively speak, read, comprehend and write English.

    Required Computer Skills

  • Experience with personal computers, tablets, and/or other electronic devices to include familiarity with, but not limited to, Microsoft Office Suite (Excel, Outlook, Word) and enterprise wide software (e.g., SAP).

    Required Education

  • High School Diploma or General Education Diploma (GED).

    Required License/Certification

  • A valid Driver’s License.

  • Commercial Driver’s License (CDL) Class A with no restrictions and tanker endorsement; to be obtained within six (6) Months of being placed in position (CDL with Haz-Mat endorsement preferred). Valid CDL license must be maintained while holding this position.

  • Within thirty (30) days after employment or assignment to this job, must obtain and maintain a Class C Underground Storage Tank Operator certification.

    Required Testing/Verification

  • Pre-employment Background Check, Drug Screen and Physical.

  • Employee(s) in this position are covered under the Department of Transportation Drug and Alcohol testing provisions. This includes post-accident, random, reasonable suspension and return to duty testing.

    Preferred Education, Experience and/or Skills

    NONE

    Work Environments

  • Work outside for extended periods of time during refueling.

    Physical Demands

    General Work Description : Under supervision, refuels, performs safety checks and general service work on fleet vehicles and equipment. Transports vehicles to various locations and picks up parts as required.

    Safety Equipment : Protective footwear, eyewear and reflective gear

    (Other safety gear; i.e., ear protection may be utilized depending on workday.)

    Physical Demands Analysis

    Average hours worked per day: 8

    Hours: 8 hour shifts, overtime as needed

    Not Required

    Rare:

    1% or 1 time a day or less

    Occasionally:

    1-33% of time or 1-12 times per hr

    Frequently:

    34-66% of time or 13-33 times per hr

    Continuously:

    67-100% of time or 34 or more times /hr

    Critical to

    Job Success

    YES NO

    Walking

    X

    X

    Standing

    X

    X

    Sitting

    X

    X

    Balancing

    X

    X

    Grasping - Firm

    X

    X

    Grasping - Simple

    X

    X

    Stooping/Bending /Squatting

    X

    X

    Climbing

    X

    X

    Twisting - Neck

    X

    X

    Twisting -

    lumbar

    X

    X

    Crawling

    X

    X

    Fingering

    X

    X

    Material Handling

    X

    X

    Feeling

    X

    X

    Hammering

    X

    X

    Reclining

    X

    X

    Jumping

    X

    X

    Throwing

    X

    X

    Running

    X

    X

    Reaching above shoulder level

    X

    X

    Reaching at or below shoulder level

    X

    X

    Reaching to floor

    X

    X

    Kneeling

    X

    X

    Driving

    X

    X

    Essential Job Functions:

    Duties include, but are not limited to, the following:

    Physical Demands:

    Duties may include, but may not be limited to, the following:

    The physical tasks are listed by Essential Function number and were collected by direct measurement and hands on trials when available. A calibrated force gauge and weight scale was utilized. Workers in this job do have consistent ability to ask for assistance.

    All Essential Job Functions below include these physical demands in addition to those listed in each section:

  • Frequent upper extremity horizontal reaching

  • Constant standing

  • Frequent bending/stooping/squatting

  • Frequent walking throughout workday on concrete and uneven terrain

    Drives company vehicles to be fueled, cleaned change oil, etc.

  • Constant sitting while driving

  • Constant grasping of steering console and controls

  • Frequent neck rotation for visual field

  • Occasional climbing in/out of vehicles, approximately 24 inch step

    Refuels vehicles and checks levels

  • Constant climbing on/off vehicles up to 36 inches

  • Constant horizontal reach to refuel, fill water, change filters, etc.

  • Occasional push/pull of levers, hoods, etc.

  • Lifting/carrying up to 30lbs of hoses, tools, etc.

  • Frequent walking on concrete or uneven surfaces depending on workday

    Performs level A maintenance: oil changes, filters, removes and installs tires

  • Frequent use of hand/power tools

  • Constant climbing on/off vehicles up to 36 inches

  • Frequent push/pull of materials up to 120lbs.

  • Occasional reclining to reach areas under vehicles

  • Frequent lifting/carrying equipment, tools, tires, etc. up to 120lbs

  • Frequent walking on uneven surfaces

  • Frequent overhead reaching

  • Frequent balancing during tasks

  • Frequent to constant grasping of hand/power tools, equipment, etc.

    Cleans area as needed

  • Frequent sweeping and cleaning work areas including car wash area

  • Vacuums, washes and waxes vehicles

    PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS OVERVIEW: Auto Service Person

    Weight / Force Required to be PUSHED AND PULLED during an 8 hour shift = □

    Weight / Force Required to be LIFTED AND CARRIED during an 8 hour shift = X

    Not Required

    Rare

    Occasionally

    Frequently

    Continuously

    10lbs or below

    X/ □

    Up to 20 lbs.

    X/ □

    Up to 35 lbs.

    X/ □

    Up to 50 lbs.

    X/ □

    Up to 80lbs

    X/ □

    100lbs

    X/ □

    *Please ensure the application is filled out thoroughly to be considered for this position

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