Under general direction, supervises maintenance employees in the repair, maintenance, cleaning, servicing, and/or revenue transferring for the agency's fleet of buses and other vehicles.
The interview/hiring process will result in an eligibility list to fill current and/or future openings through June 30, 2018.
This is an exempt position in Salary Grade R: Min $71,968.00 – Mid $89,273.60 – Max $106,579.20 per year. The starting salary will be within this range based on qualifications.
The application deadline for this position is Friday, July, 28, 2017.
This list is intended to indicate the general nature and level of work performed by employees within this classification and is not designed to be interpreted as an exhaustive listing of all tasks required of employees assigned to this job.
WHEN PERFORMING DUTIES IN VEHICLE MAINTENANCE, PHYSICAL SUPPORT, OR REBUILD:
Initiates communication with assigned employees regarding rules, policies, service bulletins, warning notices, safety regulations, and labor contract provisions. Monitors the department's attendance policy. Counsels and disciplines employees as needed. Reviews and discusses employee performance prior to general bid.
Prepares, reconciles, and processes a variety of maintenance reports, logs, work orders, exception reports, and bulletins, such as computerized record of repair history, lot maps for vehicles, log of buses scheduled off property, and defective cards.
Performs quality control inspections, reports findings to Base Manager, and identifies corrective action.
Assists in recruitment, selection, and evaluation of employees. Supervises and trains assigned employees, conducting new employee training and providing periodic refresher training and instruction.
Resolves discrepancies or violations to ensure a hazard-free environment and a positive working atmosphere. Enforces safety rules.
WHEN PERFORMING DUTIES IN VEHICLE MAINTENANCE SUPERVISION:
Plans and coordinates all preventative maintenance by scheduling bus repairs and cleanup. Authorizes major repairs and determines parts to be used.
Plans, schedules, and documents work for assigned service workers, mechanics, and electronic technicians; coordinates change-over from previous shift.
WHEN PERFORMING PHYSICAL SUPPORT SUPERVISION:
Supervises, plans, and schedules daily activities of the service crew and farebox technicians, including revenue control, fueling, fluid level checks, interior/exterior cleaning, bus wash, and special projects and to ensure all revenue equipment is available for morning and evening pullouts.
Generates revenue system reports to ensure compliance with maintenance technical farebox procedures. Assists and witnesses any farebox or revenue-related interruptions at the fuel island during probing and when farebox preventive maintenance inspections are performed. Ensures proper audit tracking of loose revenue.
Monitors service island, ensuring equipment is working properly. Utilizes basic technical approach to overcome smaller equipment malfunctions. Maintains working relationship with facility maintenance personnel.
Monitors individual bus run time intervals through fuel island to ensure that nightly servicing is on schedule. Coordinates special bus requests for displays and other events.
Coordinates pesticide treatments in bus fleet with vendors.
WHEN PERFORMING DUTIES IN REBUILD SUPERVISION:
Supervises, plans, and schedules daily activities of the maintenance technicians in the rebuilding of electronics equipment, such as radio, fareboxes, and electronic signs, as well as heavy duty components (engines and transmissions).
Develops productivity and lifecycle analysis reports.
Compensation and Benefits:
OCTA offers an attractive compensation and benefits package. The specific features of this package include: medical, dental and vision insurance; retirement; vacation and holiday pay; life insurance; deferred compensation plan; short-term and long-term disability plans; flexible spending accounts; educational reimbursement; ergonomic/wellness programs. Salary is dependent upon qualifications.
Application and Selection Process:
This position will remain open until filled. For further information about this exciting career opportunity and to apply online, please visit our website at https://jobs-octa.icims.com/jobs/1790/maintenance-supervisor/job. We are unable to accept resumes in lieu of an online application. OCTA does not sponsor H1B or other work visas. For additional information, please contact the Employment Office at (714) 560-5600.
OCTA is an equal opportunity and affirmative action employer and ensures that all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment and will not be discriminated against on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability or veteran status.
Any combination of education and experience equivalent to a high school diploma with a minimum of approximately eight years automotive engineering or similar experience, or a bachelor’s degree in automotive engineering, business management, or related field with a minimum of approximately four years automotive engineering or similar experience. Prefer five years of previous lead or supervisory experience.
Commercial driver’s license desired.
Principles and practices of administration, supervision, and training.
Agency safety regulations, policies, and procedures. Record-keeping techniques.
Vehicle maintenance and cleaning techniques.
When performing duties in Rebuild: Test equipment, such as dynamometers, generators, electric equipment, etc.
Train and supervise others.
Analyze situations and adopt a course of action.
Plan and organize work; meet schedules and timelines.
Maintain records and prepare reports.
Develop department standards.
Working Conditions/Physical Activities:
(The physical demands described are representative of those that must be met by the employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. OCTA provides reasonable accommodation to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.)
Positions in this class typically require:
Work may be performed in a stressful, fast-paced office environment, depending upon assignment.
Requires ability to understand verbal communication and to respond effectively.
Positions in this class typically require: Reaching, Fingering, Grasping, Feeling, Talking, Hearing, Seeing, and Repetitive Motions in computer use.
May work any shift and any days of the week including weekends. Work involves inspection in areas where heavy equipment is in operation and where fumes from buses and other vehicles are present. Some climbing and lifting is required for inspection of completed assignments.
Positions in this class may also includethese factors:
Hazardous physical conditions/materials
Positions in this job classification are considered safety sensitive and are subject to drug and alcohol testing, including but not limited to pre-employment testing, post-accident testing and random testing, under Federal Transportation Administration (FTA) drug and alcohol regulations, and U.S. Department of Transportation (DOT) regulations, 49 CFR Part 40 and Part 655. Please refer to the OCTA Drug and Alcohol Policy Manual for additional information.
The Orange County Transportation Authority (OCTA) is the county’s primary transportation agency. OCTA creates, funds and delivers efficient transportation for Orange County. We keep Orange County moving with extensive bus and paratransit service, Metrolink commuter rail service, the 91 Express Lanes Toll Road, motorist services and freeway, street and road improvement projects. OCTA began in in... 1991 with the consolidation of seven separate transportation agencies. OCTA is dedicated to its organizational mission and core values. OCTA’s mission is to develop and deliver transportation solutions to enhance quality of life and keep Orange County moving. OCTA’s core values consist of integrity, teamwork, communication, customer focus, and can-do spirit.