Description of a Technician in Charge
Responsibilities are to maintain, repair and overhauls diesel vehicles. Rely on experience and judgment to plan and accomplish goals; perform a variety of complicated tasks. Train, motivate and direct the maintenance staff.
Responsibilities of a Technician in Charge
Repair and maintain diesel engines and school bus equipment
Schedule and administer fleet maintenance; assists in troubleshooting problems with equipment
Communicate availability of vehicles for service with dispatch and Service Manager
Delegate responsibilities as appropriate and monitor performance
Handle disciplinary concerns and employee development
Ensure compliance on a day-to-day basis with State, Federal and Company requirements.
Work closely with Contract Manager providing status of maintenance and budget requirements.
May order fuel for all vehicles, parts, and subcontract repair work
Supervise bus fueling. May arrange services for building and ground keeping
Completes special projects as assigned. Required to perform hands-on work activities.
What We Offer
Steady hourly wage—NOT piece work or commission
Opportunities for advancement
We’ll pay for ASE certifications!
Chance to work on one of the largest diesel fleets in North America
Industry leading technology
Minimum Education & Certifications Required
High school diploma or equivalent
Technical training preferred
Possess CDL Operator’s license with required endorsements
Experience & Skills Required:
3+ years of hands-on mechanical supervisory experience.
May require lifting of 20 to 50 lbs.
Good written and oral communication skills.
Industry experience repairing and maintaining diesel engines and heavy equipment is preferred.
Physical Requirements & Working Conditions:
Must be able to work in the crouched position or lying on back on mechanic dolly.
Subject to dust, dirt and grease conditions
ShawnTech Communications was established in Dayton in 1986 to provide reliable telecommunications services. Our service offering has grown...