Fleet Service Technician



Responsible for inspecting and repairing vehicles, machinery, and light trucks. Efficiently and professionally conducts maintenance inspections, monitor inventory, assemble mechanical components, and perform repairs.


Reports to: Superintendent of Asset Management

Supervises: None


Performs periodic preventative maintenance.
Assemble mechanical components according to specifications.
Examine machines and oversee diagnostic tests to determine functionality problems.
Design a plan of action for all maintenance tasks and upgrades.
Maintain work logs, repairs, and maintenance records.
Monitor inventory and order new parts when necessary.
Offer consultation on maintenance and preventative procedures to machine and vehicle users.
Perform vehicle assessments and alert operators on issues that will prohibit their vehicles from passing inspection.
Meet with operators to better understand their concerns and identify the issue.
Performs intermediate type maintenance and repairs on all vehicles and equipment.
Performs minor body and fender work when needed.
Maintains a gas and oil summary sheet.
Maintains garage in a clean and orderly condition.
Performs acetylene and electric welding for minor repair.
Maintains materials and stock for maintenance.
Performs minor or major overhauls and repairs for gas and diesel equipment, including electrical, mechanical, hydraulic.
The above statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed by people assigned to this classification. They are not to be interpreted as an exhaustive list of all responsibilities. The Fleet Service Technician shall be required to perform any other duties assigned to fulfill the objectives of the Cooperative.


Parts Vendors: To exchange information.


Job Knowledge, training and experience: High school diploma or equivalent required. Must have four years general auto and equipment maintenance and repair in addition to formal training. Must be aware of the considerable hazards when working around moving vehicles, precarious places, and energized equipment.

Equipment Operated: Must have a current drivers license with a Class A commercial endorsement. Must be able to use all equipment regularly found in a garage doing minor and/or routine service work.

Abilities and Skills: Must be able to perform all job duties, with or without reasonable accommodation, in a safe and efficient manner.

Physical Effort: Must be able to lift and/or move up to 50 pounds routinely, and up to 100 pounds upon occasion.

Working Conditions: Conditions include working in an open garage without benefit of air conditioning. Gas, oil, grease, and mechanical orders are common. Work will occasionally involve working on the road or field, wherever vehicles may be and requiring immediate attention. Irregular hours may include nights, weekends and holidays.

Ozarks Electric is an EOE/AA/W/M/VETERAN/Disability employer.

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