Under direction, the Equipment Maintenance Coordinator is responsible for coordinating maintenance and repair programs to ensure the proper and safe operation of vehicles, machinery and construction equipment.
Duties may include but are not limited to the following:
- Coordinates a regular vehicle and/or equipment maintenance program and establishes repair priorities
- Inputs work orders and material records
- Assists in the diagnosis of problems and evaluation of necessary repairs; assists in determining and authorizing the use of replacement parts and materials;
- Assists with analysis of maintenance and repair records
- Assists with implementation of and compliance with safety procedures and regulations at work site; attends safety meetings
- Receives and responds to requests for service; authorizes priority variations in urgent or emergency situations; resolves customer concerns and scheduling conflicts; coordinates shop activities
REQUIRED KNOWLEDGE AND SKILLS
- Experience with and knowledge of off-road and heavy equipment.
- Methods, materials, tools, and equipment used in vehicle maintenance, inspection and repair; design and operation of motor vehicles, hydraulics, accessory power equipment and computer control systems; occupational hazards and safety precautions applicable to vehicle maintenance and repair; Federal, State, and County regulations applicable to maintenance specifications, safety and environmental quality; safe operation of vehicle repair and maintenance equipment.
- Demonstrated experience with a computers and computer software including Microsoft Office Suite. Experience with maintenance software a plus.
- Skill to plan, organize, oversee and coordinate the work of assigned personnel; analyze mediate and resolve customer, scheduling and priority conflicts; develop schedules and time/cost estimates for maintenance programs; oversee completion of repair work within established time and expenditure guidelines; prepare and interpret plans and specifications; inspect, maintain, repair and adjust vehicles and equipment; follow detailed oral and written instructions; document work performed on vehicles and vehicle condition for recordkeeping either manually or using computerized systems; communicate effectively, both orally and in writing; establish and maintain effective working relationships with customers, contractors; maintain records and prepare reports.