Overview

Knowledge and Experience

  • One (1) year progressive heavy equipment maintenance required
  • Understanding of all systems onboard the fleet transportation vehicles
  • Component/System understanding: Air Conditioning, Brakes, Engine, Transmission, Suspension and Steering, Electrical, Fuel, Lubrication, and Differentials
  • Understanding the A-B-Cs of Preventive Maintenance Procedures
  • Knowledge and use of proper safety equipment at all time
  • Additional training from mechanical/technical schools, courses, or seminars desirable
  • High School diploma or GED Driver’s license required
  • Experience with diagnostic computer equipment required
  • Must have a basic understanding of the design, adjustment, overhaul of medium to heavy duty braking systems
  • Must be able to work amid constant interruptions, have ability to prioritize and be detail oriented
  • Must be able to perform physical activities including working on top of coaches and lifting up to seventy-five (75) pounds
  • Must be flexible and work in a 24/7 environment
  • Must be able to obtain a TX Commercial Driver’s License
  • Must be able to pass a pre-employment drug test

Skills

  • Evidence of a “safety first” attitude
  • Customer-focused attitude, with high level of professionalism and discretion
  • Detail-oriented, resourceful, diligent, and able to operate independently with limited supervision (completing assigned work accurately and in a timely manner)
  • Strong time management and organizational skills
  • Sound judgement: Good problem-solving and analytical skills (troubleshoot technical issues, communicate, and document solutions to non-technical parties)
  • Must have good communication skills, ability to both verbally and in written format document questions and diagnostic information to management personnel

Key Accountabilities

Responsibilities:

  • Detect, diagnose and repairs coaches concentrating on major complicated / complex problems including but are not limited to; ADA equipment, air conditioning, brakes, chassis, cooling system, engine, interior/exterior lighting, gauges and controls, safety equipment, fire suppression system, sensitive edges, tires, and transmissions
  • Performs both in-house and road call coach repairs using various hand, power, pneumatic and precision tools
  • Performs upgrades and/or modifications on coach systems and equipment per manufactures recommendations or client requests
  • Utilizes computer diagnostic equipment to include but not limited to; Cummins Insite, Allison prognostics, complex electrical schematics; ladder logic diagrams, VANSCO and DINEX coach control systems to diagnose troubleshoot coach electrical functions
  • Researches and evaluates coach problems, provides comprehensive analysis to management in both written and oral format
  • Assists Foreman to tracks trends, parts usage and costs utilizing work orders, preventative maintenance sheets, road calls and experience
  • Test coaches for proper working order including road-driving tests
  • Fills out work orders specifying parts and labor

Preventive Maintenance:

  • Context:
    • Preventative maintenance inspections are based in mileage and days.
    • Inspections and repairs include but are not limited to; ADA equipment, air conditioning, brakes, chassis, cooling system, engine, interior/exterior lighting, gauges and controls, safety equipment, fire extinguishers and sensitive edges, tires and transmissions.
  • Activities:
    • Performs preventative maintenance inspections on all types of coaches following specific check lists.
    • Fills out work orders specifying parts and labor.

Corrective Maintenance:

    • Inspects and verifies problems on coaches using various diagnostic equipment.
    • Cleans, repairs, and replaces coach equipment as required
    • Test coaches for proper working order including road driving tests.
    • Utilizes computer diagnostic equipment to include but not limited to; Cummins Insite, Allison prognostics, complex electrical schematics; ladder logic diagrams, VANSCO and DINEX coach control systems to diagnose troubleshoot intermediate level difficulty coach electrical functions
    • Reviews repair manuals and part manuals for aid in making minor to major repairs.
    • Performs both in-house and road call coach repairs using various hand, power, pneumatic and precision tools.
    • Repair, maintain, troubleshoot and service electrical buses
    • Maintain detailed and timely paperwork and documentation for repairs and installations

Additional Statements

  • Drug and alcohol screening: Employment contingent upon passing pre-employment drug and alcohol screen. Also, contingent upon receiving a favorable background check. Must pass a physical examination.
  • Safety commitment: Safety is a way of life at Keolis. By placing safety first, we ensure the wellbeing of our employees, customers, and communities. Together we can become the most successful transportation company in the world.
  • Environmental commitment: Keolis is committed to protecting the environment by minimizing the impact of operations to our people and the communities in which we operate.
  • EEO statement: Our policy is to afford Equal Employment Opportunity to qualified individuals regardless of their race, color, sex, religion, age, creed, marital status, national origin, ancestry, physical or mental disability, sexual orientation, or gender identification. We maintain a drug-free workplace and perform pre-employment substance abuse testing.
  • Disclaimer and closing statement: The above statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of work performed by employees assigned to this classification. They are not intended to be construed as an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, duties, and skills required of employees assigned to this job. Keolis is committed to offering our employees competitive compensation and benefits, opportunities for development and growth throughout an exciting and rewarding career, and the safest work environment possible.

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