Step 1 $28.22 per/ hour - Step 5 $34.32 per/hr
December 14, 2016
Open until filled
Under general direction performs skilled installation, testing, repairs, troubleshooting, preventive maintenance on revenue equipment, communications equipment, destination signs, camera/surveillance equipment, various electronic and electrical components and systems, and other related equipment.
Required to do installs, repairs, replaces, troubleshoots, or modifies electronic and electrical components/systems and defective parts for a variety of equipment and systems such as; radio/communications equipment; destination signs; security/camera equipment; farebox and other revenue handling equipment. Fabricates; installs and calibrates special equipment and components. Inspects and repairs equipment, components, wiring and systems installed by contractors or vendors. Performs bench repair of electronic equipment/systems; installs cabling in walls, ceilings and conduit; diagnoses failures. Documents defects and monitors electronic/equipment maintenance reports; records and tracks maintenance activities and requirements. Schedules and performs preventive maintenance; operates computer for related data input and retrieval; maintains parts inventory records.
KNOWLEDGE & ABILITY
Mechanical aptitude in the maintenance and repair of electronic system, including conducting Preventive Maintenance (PM), troubleshooting and repairing problems; the use of electronic test equipment; ability to read and interpret maintenance manuals, schematics and diagrams and proficient in the use of computer software including Windows Operating System. Ability to follow written and verbal instructions, including maintenance publications and work on specific tasks with small parts for extended periods.
Minimum two years education equivalent of an A.S. degree, training and/or experience in electronic systems. Experience in electronic systems, electronic component maintenance and repair required; hands on experience with fareboxes. Or, up to 2 years full-time training or education in DC, AC, electronic devices, advanced communications, and digital electronics at a recognized trade school or apprenticeship program or 2 years work experience.
The minimum qualifications as stated on this job announcement represent only the basic requirements of the position. Meeting the minimum qualifications does not guarantee that a candidate will be invited to participate in other segments of the selection process. Applications received after the deadline may be reviewed and kept on file for up to six months for future consideration. Applications may be obtained from our Administrative Offices19 Upper Ragsdale, Suite 200, Monterey; the Salinas Transit Center, 110 Salinas Street, Salinas or by visiting the MST online at http://www.mst.org. SUBMIT COMPLETED APPLICATIONS TO: Monterey-Salinas Transit, Attn: Human Resources, 199 Upper Ragsdale, Suite 200, Monterey, CA 93940. Applications must be submitted with a DMV printout form H6 or K4. Resumes will not be accepted in lieu of a completed application.
Candidates who qualify under protection of the Americans with Disabilities Act, and require a reasonable accommodation for applicant testing and/or examination, should notify the MST Human Resources at least one week prior to being scheduled for assessment.
Monterey-Salinas Transit values diversity in the workplace and is an
Equal Opportunity Employer
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