Quality Assurance Specialist Posted February 27, 2017
Assure fleet maintenance quality assurance and control: conduct in-plant inspections, monitor quality of vehicle maintenance work, audit vehicle conditions for owned and contracted fleet equipment; include warranty issues, fleet defects, retrofits, parts and supplies.
Body Shop Technician Posted December 29, 2016
This position will perform body repairs, inspections and upgrades on all Capital Metro vehicles.
Under close supervision of supervisor or an assigned body repair technician, removes, repairs and replaces damaged portions of vehicle bodies and installs or replaces various types of equipment (lifts, radios, fare boxes, etc.).
Performs assigned types and levels of repairs and revisions to vehicle alone or as a team member and has work progress and completed tasks reviewed regularly. Learns established methods and techniques of repairing all types of repairs/revisions to vehicle bodies as change provides opportunities. Supervision and specialized assistance are readily available to resolve problems and give guidance in performing new types of tasks as necessary.
Mechanic Posted July 15, 2015
This position will troubleshoot, service, adjust, and repair all components of the Capital Metro Fleet. Shift work including nights, holidays and weekends is required. Class 3 is the entry level classification for the Mechanic position. Mechanics will advance by demonstrating ability as evidenced by certification in various modules.