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 Automotive Technician - Building Operations
Location: 2321 Charles Page Blvd, Tulsa, OK
Openings: 1
Job Definition: Under general supervision, overhauls, repairs and maintains different types of gasoline and diesel powered automotive equipment; prepares automobiles, trucks and a variety of other mechanical equipment; repairs damaged vehicles.
Job Grade: D
Description: Inspects, adjusts and replaces necessary units and related parts including valves, pistons, brakes, main bearing assemblies and cooling, ignition and fuel systems of gasoline and diesel powered vehicles. Repairs and overhauls transmissions, differential, front and rear end assemblies, air compressors, hydraulic systems, electronic ignition systems, electronic fuel injection systems and other specialized related equipment. Performs welding work incidental to completion of repair assignments. Repairs damaged automobile, using specialized repair tools and equipment. Installs auto glass; cleans and replaces radiators. Makes field service calls as necessary. Performs other duties as assigned.
Required Skills: Skill in use and operation of tools, and diagnostic equipment. Knowledge of methods, materials, tools and techniques used in repairing light and heavy duty automotive equipment; of operating principles of gasoline and diesel engines; of mechanical repair of heavy duty trucks and construction equipment; of safety precautions; of multimeters function and operation; and of departmental policies and procedures. Ability to diagnose defects in automotive equipment; to adapt available tools and repair parts to specific problems; to understand and follow oral and written instructions; to interpret and work from sketches and pencil diagrams; to diagnose and repair electronic fuel injection, distributor less ignition, ABS brake systems, air bag systems, A/C Heater, climate control systems, R12 and R134 gas systems; to diagnose and repair electronic controlled equipment; to isolate and test electronic sensors; of all computer systems and on board diagnostic systems; to stay abreast of current trends in automotive science; and to maintain the physical stamina necessary to perform heavy manual labor.
Education / Experience: High school diploma or general education degree (GED) plus broad trade knowledge equivalent to two years of training received in a formal apprentice program as an automotive mechanic and over three years satisfactory, full time paid employment as an all around maintenance mechanic, including small engine and hydraulic systems, repair work. Any equivalent combination of education or experience, substituting on year of satisfactory full time paid employment for one year of the required education with a maximum substitution of two years.
Licenses/Certificates: Valid Oklahoma Drivers License; ASE Certified or Equivalent
Salary Range: $2,346.20 - $2,698.13 per month
Work Schedule: This position works (4) ten hour days from 7:00 a.m. – 5:30 p.m., with a rotating day off each week.
Tulsa County Benefits: Benefit Summary

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