Jobs: Golden State Emergency Vehicle Service, Inc. – Mechanic I

Golden State Emergency Vehicle Service, Inc.
                                                           
Job Title:           Fire Mechanic I
 
Department:                 Shop                
Reports To:                  Shop Supervisor
FLSA Status:               Non-Exempt                 
                                    
 
Summary: Under general supervision of the Shop Supervisor, the Fire Mechanic I performs major and minor repair work on fire apparatus and related fire emergency equipment.
 
Essential Duties and Responsibilities: include the following. Other duties may be assigned.
  • Communicates with the Shop Supervisor and Lead Fire Mechanic.
  • Uses manual techniques or computerized systems to diagnose operation problems.
  • Maintains, diagnoses and makes necessary repairs on fire apparatus and related fire emergency equipment such as ladder trucks, engine trucks, air/light trucks, brush trucks and ambulances.
  • Tests, troubleshoots, adjusts and repairs water pumps, valves, aerial, brake components, electrical systems and other related mechanical devises.
  • Makes brake adjustments.
  • Modifies and fabricates parts such as equipment and tool mounts, brackets and shelving. 
  • Uses screwdrivers, wrenches, air powered tools, etc. in completing repair work. 
  • Works with brake cleaners, solvents, hydraulic fluid, engine and transmission fluids, brake fluids, diesel fuel, gasoline etc.
  • Moves heavy objects, such as 15″ brake drum assemblies, clutch and flywheel assemblies and hydraulic components of height distances greater of 10 feet.
  • Performs equipment repair and maintenance on firefighting apparatus as well as repairs firefighting systems, pumps, valves and aerial ladders.
  • Performs oil changes and replaces filters and fluids as part of the preventative maintenance on fire apparatus.
  • Performs steam cleaning on fire apparatus in order to clearly view the areas determined to be inspected or repaired.
  • Keep accurate maintenance records.
  • Reviews work orders and apparatus maintenance logs.
  • Cleans work areas and polices all areas of the shop as needed.
  • Regular, predictable attendance is required.
  • Ability to get along and work effectively with others.
 
Supervisory Responsibilities:  This job has no supervisory duties.  
See full job Job Description here: FULL JOB DESCRIPTION
 

Jobs: Sacramento Metro Fire – Assistant Fleet Manager

SACRAMENTO METROPOLITAN FIRE DISTRICT
Human Resources Division
10545 Armstrong Ave, Suite 200
Mather, CA 95655

http://www.metrofire.ca.gov

INVITES APPLICATIONS FOR THE POSITION OF: Assistant Fleet Manager

OPENING DATE: 06/06/17

CLOSING DATE: 06/27/17

THE POSITION

Under general supervision, assign and supervise the work of subordinates in the service,
maintenance, and repair of heavy, medium and light duty trucks, fire trucks, ambulances,
pickups, and sedans in a high volume shop environment; in the absence of the Fleet Manager,
the Assistant Fleet Manager assumes the power and duties of the Fleet Manager; perform other
duties as required.

Applications must be completed online at: http://www.metrofire.ca.gov

Job Description: SacMetroFire

SCFMA Training for Tuesday June 20th 2017

SCFMA Training for Tuesday June 20th 2017

HI-TECH will host the upcoming Brake Training Class on June 15th 2017

HI-TECH will host the upcoming Brake Training Class on June 15th 2017

HI-TECH will host the upcoming Brake Training Class on June 15th 2017 – Hi Tech Training Flyer

PLEASE RSVP