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Service and Repair Mechanic (Mtr. Eq.)-Region 3

Motor Equipment Mechanics perform preventive maintenance and routine repairs on a variety of Department vehicles and other equipment. Selected candidate must be able to respond to emergency callout within one (1) hour. Responsibilities may include serving a role within the Incident Command System to support the department's response to regional and statewide emergency situations. Specific duties include but are not limited to: Diagnose and correct the causes of faulty vehicle and equipment operation Overhaul, adjust and repair gaseous fuel engines, clutches, transmissions and differentials; ignition, wiring, lighting, fuel, cooling, braking and complex hydraulic systems; steering, wheel and suspension mechanisms; and body, cab and frame components Conduct NYS inspections Overhaul and rebuild starters, generators, compressors, pumps (fuel, water, air and hydraulic), spreaders, small engines, mowers and a variety of other equipment, including but not limited to, track vehicles, loaders (front-end and belt), cranes, shovels, lifts, hydraulic excavators, etc. Diagnose and repair electronic engine control systems, anti-lock brake systems and air conditioning May be required to do cutting and welding Make road calls and test drive equipment Complete reports, use parts catalogs and perform other related duties Effectively utilize the department fleet management software and DOT electronic systems to assist in repair, ordering, and managing the repair schedule and parts stock
Job Function
Motor Equipment Mechanics perform preventive maintenance and routine repairs on a variety of Department vehicles and other equipment. Selected candidate must be able to respond to emergency callout within one (1) hour. Responsibilities may include serving a role within the Incident Command System to support the department's response to regional and statewide emergency situations. Specific duties include but are not limited to: Diagnose and correct the causes of faulty vehicle and equipment operation Overhaul, adjust and repair gaseous fuel engines, clutches, transmissions and differentials; ignition, wiring, lighting, fuel, cooling, braking and complex hydraulic systems; steering, wheel and suspension mechanisms; and body, cab and frame components Conduct NYS inspections Overhaul and rebuild starters, generators, compressors, pumps (fuel, water, air and hydraulic), spreaders, small engines, mowers and a variety of other equipment, including but not limited to, track vehicles, loaders (front-end and belt), cranes, shovels, lifts, hydraulic excavators, etc. Diagnose and repair electronic engine control systems, anti-lock brake systems and air conditioning May be required to do cutting and welding Make road calls and test drive equipment Complete reports, use parts catalogs and perform other related duties Effectively utilize the department fleet management software and DOT electronic systems to assist in repair, ordering, and managing the repair schedule and parts stock
Salary Range: From $42631 to $52039 Annually
Minimum Qualification
Minimum Qualifications: To be considered for permanent appointment, candidates must be reachable on the current Civil Service eligible list or be eligible for reassignment or transfer in accordance with Civil Service Law. If a viable eligible list does not exist, a temporary appointment may be made in accordance with Civil Service Law. Candidates who accept a temporary appointment must take the next continuous recruitment open-competitive examination and be reachable on the resultant continuous recruitment/eligible list in order to be considered for permanent appointment to the position. The minimum requirements for taking the examination are: Four years of experience as an automotive or diesel mechanic responsible for the diagnosis of faulty vehicle and/or equipment operation and the performance of mechanical repairs covering several aspects of automotive and/or diesel systems. On your application you must specify types of repair work performed and the kinds of vehicles on which you performed this work. OR An Associate's degree in automotive or diesel repair technology Substitution: Education as detailed below may be substituted for a maximum of two years of experience. 1. Graduation from a technical or vocational program, such as B.O.C.E.S, in automotive or diesel technology or automotive or diesel repair technology may be substituted for one year of experience. 2. Graduation from a one-year post high school certificate program in automotive or diesel repair technology may be substituted for up to two years of experience. Experience limited to airplane (aviation) mechanic (except for ground equipment); gas station attendant; the repair of motorcycles, motor boats, or small engines; installation or repair of transmissions, mufflers, brakes, or tires; new car preparation; auto body repair work; or management activities as the owner or supervisor of a repair shop or service station is NOT QUALIFYING. Within one (1) year from appointment to a Service & Repair Mechanic (Motor Equipment) position, candidates must obtain a valid NYS Inspection Certification issued by the Department of Motor Vehicle; and also must obtain a valid New York State Class B Commercial Driver's License with no air brake restriction. Candidate will also be required to pass a pre-employment physical and participate in substance abuse testing.

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