New River Valley Community Services

  • Transit Vehicle Maintainer

    Job Location US-VA-Radford
    Job ID
    2018-2103
    # of Openings
    1
    Posted Date
    $22,295 annually (Employment is contingent upon federal funding and the continuation of employment is based on the availability of these funds)
  • Overview

    Responsible for performance of service maintenance and cleaning of vehicles. Maintenance duties include inspection of engine components, air systems, etc., safety inspections and compliance of doorway, emergency equipment/exits, etc. making necessary adjustments and minor repairs, and maintaining vehicle motor fluids (oil, coolant, diesel exhaust fluid, etc.) Cleaning duties include cleaning of vehicles exterior and interior detailing responsibilities (sweeping, mopping, sanitizing, etc.) as well as cleaning and maintenance of the Transportation Facility garage/wash bay area.

     

    Responsible for cleaning bodily fluid spills appropriately using approved cleanup procedures and blood borne pathogens kits. Provide detailed reporting of cleaning processes in compliance with policies. Periodic facility cleaning will also be required. Vehicles specific to the Radford Transit system will be cleaned on a daily schedule. Position is forty (40) hours per week (standard evening hours Sunday through Thursday) with excellent benefits.

    Qualifications

    Any combination of education and experience equivalent to a technical degree in light vehicle maintenance or truck maintenance and/or considerable experience in vehicle maintenance, safety inspections, and operations. Experience in cleaning heavy vehicles preferred. Applicant must be self-driven and have a strong ability to work independently. Ability to maintain effective working relationships with others is also required. Possession of a valid Virginia Driver’s license required.

     

    Successful candidates must comply with all FTA Drug and Alcohol Testing guidelines.

     

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