- Operate and maintain transit system
- Preform corrective and preventive maintenance
- Preform inspections
- Preform repairs and adjustments
- Preform diagnosis and troubleshooting
- Performs first line troubleshooting, train coordination, preventive and corrective maintenance on vehicles and wayside equipment, including but not limited to propulsion, tractions motors, breaks, air compressors, couplers, doors, HVAC, auxiliary power, and all other related electromechanical components.
- Makes recommendations for hardware and procedural changes that become evident during performance of maintenance, inspection or troubleshooting.
- Interprets maintenance manuals, blueprints, schematics and drawings
- Performs testes and prepares reports as required
- Operates revenue service vehicles and support vehicles to include configuring trains and ensures that trains entering revenue service are fully serviceable
- Handles emergencies and failures in accordance with established procedures through immediate response and quick action
- Adheres to all company policies, procedures, and safety rules
- Participates in regular training to maintain the required level of knowledge to effectively maintain, repair, and troubleshoot the system.
- Conduct inspections and audits, as directed, to insure compliance of sub-contractors
- Complete logs, reports, administrative functions as necessary
- Performs receiving inspections as directed
- High school diploma or GED equivalent
- Specialized technical training is a plus in any of the following categories: electrical, mechanical, or electronics from a recognized institution.
- 2 years’ experience in maintenance, troubleshooting and repair of mechanical electrical or electronic systems
- Valid driver’s license
Compensation: $13 – $15/hr