Mechanic III - Apprentice

Mechanic III - Apprentice

  • Responsibilities:

    --- Inspect diesel and gas engines for repairs.

    --- Service district generators.

    --- Act as a technical resource for new fleet mechanics, including training, demonstrating, and answering questions.

    --- Act as a technical resource to the District and CDE regarding transportation safety issues and mechanical issues.

    --- Perform other duties as assigned.

    --- Identify out of service criteria with the air system issues including air compressors, air dryers, air lines, governors, air valves, relay valves, check valves and safety valves. Identify all out of service criteria to the shop supervisor immediately.

    --- Inspect air and hydraulic brake systems (Antilock Brake System (ABS) and standard). Identify all components of the brake system including brake shoes, pads, drums, rotors, bearings, warning systems (lights and buzzers) and the Electronic Control Module (ECM) operation. Identify all out of service criteria to the shop supervisor immediately.

    --- Inspect air conditioning systems, engines, transmissions, ABS brakes, batteries, electrical systems, wiring problems, electrical and mechanical problems and faults by using diagnostic equipment including DVOM multi-meter, PC based software, laptops and hand-held scanners. Identify all out of service criteria to the shop supervisor immediately.

    --- Inspect rear axle, springs, air suspension, airbags, spring hangers, spring pins, bushings, torque rods, swing arms, line, hoses, hubs, driveline u-joints, axle shaft, seals, bearings, shocks differentials or gears as needed. Identify all out of service criteria to the shop supervisor immediately.

    --- Inspect front-end, ball joints, kingpins, steering links, tie rods, drag links, steering gear, steering wheels, steering shafts, power steering pump, hoses, shocks, springs, spring hangers, shackles, spring pins and bushings. Identify all out of service criteria to the shop supervisor immediately.

     

    --- Inspect air and exhaust systems and turbochargers, air to air after coolers, manifolds, plumbing and piping for exhaust system safety check and modifications as needed. Identify all out of service criteria to the shop supervisor immediately.

    --- Inspect fuel system and identify pumps, injectors, injection pumps, mechanical/electronic controls, throttle body assemblies, line, hoses, tanks that may require further troubleshooting. Identify all out of service criteria to the shop supervisor immediately.

    --- Inspect automatic and standard transmissions and troubleshoot operational issues within the same systems. Identify all out of service criteria to the shop supervisor immediately.

    --- Identify flaws in vehicle designs. Identify sheet metal that will require minor body repairs.

     

    Certifications:

    AIr Brake Certification - CDOT, Commercial Driver License Class B - Colorado Dept of Transportation, Commercial Driver License Class B - Colorado Dept of Transportation - Colorado Dept of Transportation, CPR - Red Cross, CPR - Red Cross - Red Cross, Emission License (Gas & Diesel) - CDOT, First Aid - Red Cross, First Aid - Red Cross - Red Cross, Inspector Certification - CDOT

  • Douglas County Schools Castle Rock and Parker Location
  • 09 Feb 2019
  • 31 May 2019
  • 10 Apr 2019
  • www.dcsk12.org