Maintenance Supervisor

Job Title
Maintenance Supervisor
Job Order ID
Begin Date
Direct Hire
Jacksonville,  FL 32204
Other Location
Summary of Jobs

Under the direction of a Maintenance Manager, performs responsible work in supervising mechanics, service station employees, technicians or clerical staff in the maintenance of equipment.

Essential Job Functions
  • Responsible for assigning work to mechanics, service station employees, technicians and clerical staff who are engaged in the maintenance and repair of equipment.
  • Schedules daily work assignments and maintains daily work sheets. Prepares and prioritizes work orders assigned. Reports and records equipment defects.
  • Reviews work in progress and performs quality control inspections weekly and assures that the preventive maintenance program is progressing according to schedule.
  • Assists department staff by answering questions and providing information relating to methods and procedures to be used.  Assists mechanics in diagnosis and training.  Performs cross training of jobs where feasible.
  • Maintains a variety of computerized records and prepares reports of work performed, materials used, fuel usage, daily reports, and work orders.
  • Maintains the shop and work area in a safe and neat manner.
  • Supervises and maintains records of repairs and daily reports according to established procedures.
  • Coordinates bus pull outs with the Dispatcher.
  • Conducts meetings with employees concerning work and communications.
  • Communicates with co-workers, management, and others in a courteous and professional manner.
  • Conforms with and abides by all regulations, policies, work procedures, and instructions.
  • Conforms with all safety rules and wears/uses all appropriate safety equipment.
    Performs mandatory storm/disaster job related functions that are essential to the Continuity of Operations Plan (COOP) and/or the EOC.

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities
  • Knowledge of the practices of fleet and vehicle maintenance and repair.
  • Knowledge of the electronics and electrical systems of a variety of transit equipment and used in the APM system.
  • Knowledge of the practices and operations of the mechanic trade.
  • Ability to operate a personal computer in the maintenance of records and in report preparation.
  • Ability to supervise a staff of mechanics, service station employees, technicians and clerical personnel.
  • Ability to read and interpret technical publications and drawings.
  • Ability to diagnose needed repairs and solve problems relating to a variety of transit equipment.
Required Skills

High school graduation or possession of an acceptable equivalency diploma supplemented by advanced technical training in transit vehicle maintenance.

Five years of mechanical experience in the maintenance and repair of fleet vehicles.

Possession of a Florida CDL license.

Qualified Maintenance Technician; ASE certification preferred.

Completion of a supervisory training course.
Pay Range
$40,000.00   Annually to $62,500.00   Annually

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