20180152 Equipment Tech II, Master ASE Equip Tech I, Master ASE Equip Tech II, or EVT Tech, 23616

Location , CO
Date Posted April 5, 2018
Category Fire Alarm
Job Type Full-Time

Description

20180152 Equipment Tech II, Master ASE Equip Tech I, Master ASE Equip Tech II, or EVT Tech

Closing Date: Open Until Filled

Apply online at www.longmontcolorado.gov

HUMAN RESOURCES DEPARTMENT

JOB ANNOUNCEMENT

350 Kimbark Street

Longmont, CO 80501

303-651-8609

FAX 303-651-8973

POSITION:  20180152 Equipment Tech II, Master ASE, Equip Tech I, Master ASE Equip Tech II, or EVT Technician 

Division: Fleet Services 

Department: Shared Services 

Hiring Ranges:

Equip Tech II: $22.73-$25.25/hr

Mstr ASE Tech I: $25.05-$27.83/hr

Mstr ASE Tech II: $27.10-$30.11/hr

EVT Technician: $30.61-$34.01/hr

Regular Full-Time

M-F 7:30AM-4:00PM, OT as required

DEFINITION: This position is flexibly filled based on the skill level of the successful candidate. For Equip Tech II, Master ASE I, and Master ASE II: Under the direct supervision provided by the Fleet Operations Supervisor or Fleet Manager, perform minor and major diagnosis and repairs to automobiles; trucks; and construction equipment; and vehicles specific to municipal operations including work on gasoline, diesel, small engines, electrical, aerial, and hydraulic equipment. For Master ASE I: This level has received and must maintain designation as a Master ASE Certified Technician in either light duty or heavy duty truck. This level would be promoted from the Equipment Technician II position. For Master ASE II: This level has received and must maintain designation of two Master ASE Certifications. Additionally this position must show the ability to attain some EVT certifications within one year. This level is promoted from the Master ASE Equipment Technician I position. For EVT Tech: Perform minor and major diagnosis and repairs to emergency fire apparatus, automobiles, trucks, construction equipment, and vehicles specific to municipal operations including work on gasoline, diesel, small engines, electrical, aerial, and hydraulic equipment. This level has received and must maintain designation as a Master ASE Certified Mechanic in Both light duty and heavy truck as well as a Master EVT Certification required by NFPA to work on emergency fire apparatus.

PRINCIPAL DUTIES: For Equip Tech II, Master ASE I, and Master ASE II: Perform basic drivability diagnoses of automotive and large truck computerized engines, transmissions, and electrical systems. Inspect, diagnose, locate, and repair mechanical problems on a variety of City owned gasoline and diesel powered automobiles, trucks, specialty municipal equipment, and construction equipment. Diagnose and repair gasoline and diesel engines, transmissions, drive lines, rear ends, suspension systems, front ends, steering, and exhaust systems. Diagnose and repair hydraulics, hydrostatics, electrical systems, computerized ignition systems, and air conditioning systems. Mount, dismount, and balance wheels and tires. Perform minor and major welding fabrication of equipment, vehicles, and tools. Perform minor and major preventive maintenance services. Repair and overhaul all brake systems. Tune up engines, replace ignition parts, and clean and adjust carburetors. Replace or repair faulty parts including wheel bearings, clutches, oil seals, shock absorbers, exhaust systems, steering mechanisms, and related parts and equipment. Perform State of Colorado emission and DOT inspections. Perform field or shop inspections of heavy, medium, and light equipment to determine and make necessary repairs and estimate cost of repairs. Repair and install radios and light bars to emergency vehicles. Performs essential duties and additional tasks in a manner which enhances City Attributes. For Master ASE Equip Tech I & II : Perform basic and advanced drivability diagnoses of automotive and large truck computerized engines, transmissions, and electrical systems. Diagnose and repair gasoline and diesel engines, transmissions, drive lines, rear ends, suspension systems, front ends, steering, and exhaust systems. Perform diagnosis and repairs to fuel injection systems. Teach, mentor and share technical skills and ability with other staff. Collaborate and reason with other staff and supervisors to diagnose and determine repair solutions. For EVT Tech: Perform basic and advanced drivability diagnoses of fire apparatus and support vehicles including automotive and medium trucks computerized engines, transmissions, and electrical systems. Inspect, diagnose, locate, estimate cost, and repair mechanical problems on all fire apparatus, support vehicles and supporting equipment. Repair and overhaul all brake systems on apparatus and supporting vehicles. Diagnose and repair gasoline and diesel engines, ABS systems, advance electrical and on-board computers, fuel delivery, hydraulics, air system, air conditioning, transmissions, drive lines, rear ends, suspension systems, front ends, steering, exhaust systems, fire pumps, foam system and aerial apparatus. Perform minor and major preventive maintenance services. Replace or repair faulty parts including wheel bearings, oil seals, shock absorbers, exhaust systems, steering mechanisms, and related parts to all fire apparatus, support vehicles and support equipment. Mount, dismount, and balance wheels and tires. Perform field or shop inspections of fire apparatus, supporting vehicles and supporting equipment to determine and make necessary repairs and cost estimate of repairs. Perform State of Colorado emission and DOT inspections. Perform minor and major welding fabrication of equipment, vehicles, and tools. Repair and install radios and light bars to emergency vehicles. Attend training to improve skills and knowledge for repairs, annual testing and maintenance of fire apparatus, support vehicles and support equipment. Establish and maintain an effective relationship with fire department and personal. Work with fire department on schedule of all fire apparatus, support vehicles and support equipment for services, repairs, warranty issues, annual pump testing, aerial testing and ground ladder testing. Maintain records of NFPA fire equipment tests and apparatus testing. Schedule outside work to be done on fire apparatus for repairs and warranty. Respond to emergency calls to and outside the city in all weather conditions and perform fire apparatus, supporting vehicle and supporting equipment services as needed, including after hours. Provide support for second alarm and above fires. Maintain all certifications and prerequisites to attain EVT Master Certification. Teach, mentor and share technical skills and abilities with other staff. Collaborate with other staff and supervisors to diagnose and determine repair solutions.

 

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