City Of Woodbury Municipal Fleet Technician (Light) in Woodbury, Minnesota

Performs skilled diagnostic service, maintenance and repairs necessary to maintain vehicles and equipment in a municipal fleet. Works toward achieving the division mission critical/high impact goals and deliverables. Has excellent customer service skills and able to perform in a team oriented environment and communicate openly and effectively within the team. The City of Woodbury provides uniforms, tools and toolbox needed to perform the duties of this position. Construction of a new 25,000 SF Fleet Services Facility will begin in 2018. Hiring Salary Range = $25.46 - $28.71 per hour (Steps 1-3) Full Salary Range = $25.46 - $31.62 per hour (Steps 1-7) Benefit package includes: medical, dental, vacation and sick leave, retirement, 10 paid holidays and more. Essential Duties: ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES This position is engaged in the maintenance, diagnostics, service and repairs necessary to maintain light/heavy vehicles and equipment in a municipal fleet. This includes, but is not limited to, gasoline and diesel engines (automobiles, pickup trucks, trailers, generators, snow plows, snow blowers, water pumps, dump trucks, snow & ice control systems, hydraulic systems, skid loaders, excavators, wheel loaders, asphalt rollers, road grader, street sweepers, asphalt patchers, etc.), park maintenance equipment (commercial riding mowers, tractors and related 3-point hitch attachments), sweeper attachments, sewer vacuum & jetters, emergency response vehicles (Police-Fire-EMS) and stand by generators. Has a continuous awareness of the division mission critical/high impact deliverables and goals and always performs maintenance functions within the scope of the goals. Has and utilizes the ability to make maintenance decisions within the parameters of the mission critical/high impact goals. Has excellent customer service skills and able to perform in a team oriented environment and communicate openly and effectively within the team. Inspects general condition of gasoline and diesel powered vehicles and equipment to determine overall condition, cause of malfunction or need for repair. Diagnose malfunctions, repair and service gasoline/diesel engines, electrical systems, drivability issues, hydraulic systems, heating and air conditioning systems, brake systems to include air/hydraulic/ABS, cooling systems, transmission/transfer case systems, drive train systems, exhaust and emission systems, steering and suspension systems, air operated systems, wheels/tires and coupling devices. Uses complex test equipment to diagnose the exact malfunction to determine the necessary repair or adjustments. Ability to proficiently use electronic diagnostic scan tools and digital volt ohm meters. Conducts preventative maintenance inspections, major and minor engine tune-ups and adjustments. Prepares, maintains and submits maintenance repair orders into our Fleet Information Management System and maintains accurate records of all work performed and supplies used via computer. Assists in establishing and maintaining adequate stock and inventory levels and appropriate tools and equipment. Assists in review and maintenance of service manuals, operating instructions and commercial publications. Demonstrates a concern for safe working conditions and follows all safety procedures as outlined in the City Safety Manual, published safety data sheets and follow prescribed safety practices, use personal protection equipment and shop safety equipment. Makes recommendations for necessary purchases of equipment and supplies to improve efficiency of operation. Determines when vehicles and equipment is unsafe for use. Performs daily maintenance and repair to Fleet Services Division facilities and equipment. Maintain tools and equipment used. May work non-traditional hours to perform service to the public through the maintenance of municipal fleet vehicles and equipment. Pick up and delivers vehicles. May assist other