Fleet Parts Assistant
The City of Littleton's Fleet division has an opening for a 20 hour per week Part Time Fleets Parts Assistant.
The City's Fleet division is responsible for maintaining the city's fleet of vehicles including city and police vehicles, snow plows and other large equipment. The Fleet Parts Assistant will provide beneficial labor in a fleet maintenance environment, with work involving the planning of parts pick-up and delivery routes essential to the efficient completion of tasks. This is an integral position within the Fleet team!
This position is eligible for part time benefits including vacation, sick and holiday pay, retirement matching and insurance.
The salary range for this position is $14.11 - $19.76. Starting salary is typically around $16.66.
- Essential Duties & Reponsibilities
- Responsible for parts pick up, delivery and inventory operations
- Empties garbage cans at fuel station and insures general cleanliness of the area.
- Refills washer fluid reservoirs at fuel station and insures squeegee is present and serviceable.
- Cleans fuel shed floor, fixtures and windows.
- Drives city vehicles, as required, to run parts and move units to vendors.
- Checks fluids, lights and maintains cleanliness of parts truck and other fleet vehicles.
- Assists with the disposal of scrap metal, filters, tires and batteries as directed.
- Assists with the stocking and maintenance of the parts room.
- Assists with record keeping (filing).
- May be required to clean shop equipment and fixtures.
- Picks up litter in parking areas as time allows.
- May provide unskilled assistance to a mechanic.
- May serve as an Emergency Worker.
- Performs other similar duties or projects as assigned.
- Education, Formal Training & Experience
- Requires a valid Colorado Class C Driver's License and a qualifying driver's history as prescribed by the City's Personnel Policies and Procedures; and
- Requires a minimum of three months' work experience in a shop/parts environment; or
- Requires an equivalent combination of formal education, training or experience that produces the required knowledge, skill and abilities to perform the essential duties and responsibilities of the position.
- Knowledge, Skills, Abilities
- Knowledge of vehicle maintenance and the ability to perform daily vehicle checks with direction.
- Knowledge of the principles and practices of motor vehicle operation and the skill and ability to safely and effectively operate a variety of passenger vehicles, vans and light trucks weighing up to one ton.
- Basic knowledge of a shop environment and tools and equipment used.
- Basic knowledge of roadways in the Denver area and the ability to locate and drive vehicles to designated locations.
- The ability to effectively communicate with staff members and vendors in-person, by radio telephone and in writing.
MATERIALS AND EQUIPMENT DIRECTLY USED:
- A variety of passenger cars and light trucks weighing one ton or less; two-way radios and telephone.
- Miscellaneous shop equipment including hand tools and cleaning equipment and supplies.
WORKING ENVIRONMENT, PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS:
- Requires: the ability to lift and carry objects weighing up to 25 pounds. Any lifting in excess of 25 pounds is to be performed with or without assistance.
- Long periods of sitting, standing or walking may be required work is performed indoors in a vehicle maintenance (shop) environment. Minimal outdoor includes the operation of a variety of city vehicles to pick-up parts and transfer vehicles. This work environment includes: exposure to prevailing weather and road conditions; including extreme cold, with or without temperature changes; extreme heat with or without temperature changes; wet and/or humid weather conditions, snow ice, hail and rain; vehicle and equipment vibration and noise estimated at up to 120 decibels of unprotected exposure for an average of up to 10-15 minutes per day (the use of hearing protection devices to reduce noise exposure to acceptable OSHA levels is mandatory); occasional exposure to fumes, odors, dusts, mists and gases; frequent exposure to mechanical hazards; occasional exposure to toxic and caustic chemicals, including battery acid and cleaning solvents.