The Fleet Maintenance Manager is responsible for working with the Area Regional Maintenance Director, Operations Manager and Technicians to insure the maintenance operations runs smoothly and to the standards of Student Transportation of America, State and Federal Regulations.
• Performs thorough, accurate Preventative Maintenance inspections.
• Following schedules completes all required PM maintenance operations including lubrication, fluid changes, brake adjustments, and tire rotation.
• With direction from the Fleet Maintenance Supervisor, performs unscheduled maintenance as needed.
• Performs complex operations including engine, electrical, fuel, brake, and exhaust repairs and field tests. This requires interpreting and working from drawings, specifications and other technical materials.
• Must be able to utilize a ladder and other elevation equipment to access the roof of buses and elevated light fixtures for repairs and maintenance.
• Must operate CDL and Non-CDL vehicles (buses and van) to perform road tests, as well as shuttle in an out of the garage for repairs and maintenance.
• May, on occasion, be required to drive.
• Must be able to lift heavy equipment (up to 100lbs) including brake drums, tires, ladders, tool chests, floor jacks, etc. when necessary.
• Must be able to operate bench grinder, torch, drill press, Jack and Jack stands, sawzall, oil pumps, power washer, parts cleaner and other hand tools required to perform work.
• Performs emergency roadside services as needed. Requires operation of either replacement vehicle or utility truck.
• Emergency conditions may require calls at home, extended hours, or weekend work.
• Document repairs and parts on work orders completely and accurately.
• Maintains tools and work places so that conditions are neat and orderly.
• Performs other duties as required.
• Ability to safely lift over 50 lbs.
• Provide own hand tools required for regular maintenance.
• Knowledge of tools, procedures, technical skills and safety rules used in the maintenance and repair of gasoline, diesel, and alternative powered equipment.
• Written and verbal communication skills, and customer service skills are essential. Ability to deal with problems and find solutions.
• Must have knowledge of Federal and State regulations.
• Operational knowledge of motorized gasoline, diesel and alternative fueled vehicles, and shop equipment and tools.
• Scheduling and setting priorities for work to be accomplished.
• Inspection of equipment and diagnose mechanical defects.
• ASE Certification(s) a plus