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Responsible for diagnosing problems and performing standard mechanical repairs in a shop environment on customer equipment including emergency vehicle trucks and all related components (transmissions, engines, transfer cases, fire pumps, multiplex systems, ladders, suspension components, engine components and sub-assemblies).
Works from shop orders, specifications, manuals, schematics, prints and instructions.
Review shop orders, change orders and/or all other order-affiliated documents in order to determine requirements.
Diagnoses and repairs a variety of systems and related components, including, but not limited to, aerial devices, fire pump systems, steering systems, braking systems, suspensions, charging and cranking systems, drive trains and a wide range of electrical, pneumatic,
hydraulic systems and Motor Vehicle Air Conditioning (MVAC) systems.
Troubleshooting of basic engine and transmission problems, primarily focusing on interfacing with related vehicle systems.
Tests components to meet all applicable and required standards.
Identifies and locates defective parts/components, removes and replaces parts/components and makes required adjustments.
Conducts stationary tests and verifies or certifies that product meets specifications and quality standards.
Completes required documentation.
Completes work assignments within published standard time allocations.
Assists the supervisor in the direction and planning of daily actives. Monitors the quality of work performed in assigned area.
Works with supervisors and other departments, including Engineering, to identify and resolve issues.
Assists the supervisor in the training and orientation of new and transferred team members into the department. Monitors the quality of workmanship in assigned area.
Reports to the supervisor the status of daily assignments.