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Preventive Maintenance Tech - BGE

Primary Duties & Accountabilities:
  • This role is the equivalent of a Fleet Mechanic, Diesel Mechanic, or Car Mechanic. Performs routine vehicle and equipment preventive maintenance, minor repairs and some automotive and truck diagnosis. Makes necessary repairs, beyond minor, under the guidance and technical approval of Shop Worklead or responsible vehicle mechanic on the replacement of parts of certain components and/or systems of the engine, power train, automatic transmissions, electrical system, cooling system, braking system, fuel system (gasoline and diesel) and steering system. Disassembles and repairs, under the guidance and technical approval of Shop Worklead or responsible vehicle mechanic by overhaul and rebuilding, all components of engines, cooling systems, braking systems, fuel systems and steering systems. Operates automotive and truck shop equipment under the guidance of the Shop Worklead or responsible vehicle mechanic such as drill press, engine tune-up meters, lap-top computers and related equipment, and battery charger. Inspects, lubricates and performs preventive maintenance to vehicles and equipment. Diagnoses trouble and makes repairs after concurrence with Shop Worklead or responsible vehicle mechanic to aerial and auxiliary equipment, such as hydraulic aerial buckets, derricks, cranes, earth augers, air compressors, hydraulic pumps, hydraulic valves and cylinders tools; including installing, repairing, replacing subassemblies and assemblies of involved hydraulic systems of all types. Diagnose trouble and make repairs after concurrence with Shop Worklead or responsible vehicle mechanic to some construction equipment. Performs some minor acetylene burning and electric welding under the guidance and technical approval of certified welder or responsible vehicle mechanic in connection with non-structural work only. Operates electrical test equipment used in the repair and diagnosis of electrical components. Operates and drives all types of vehicles or construction equipment to diagnose trouble. Works either in shop environment or outside in all weather conditions, as required.

Required Abilities and Skills:

  • Demonstrated ability understand repair manuals, parts manuals, and computerized maintenance management system.
  • Demonstrated ability to operate various shop equipment to include computers, engine diagnostic equipment, voltage meters, drill press, lathe, grinder, tire machine, battery charger, etc.
  • Ability to meet Company driving standards, including a valid driver’s license
  • Must pass U.S. Department of Transportation requires Drug and Alcohol Test.
  • Satisfactory completion of the Construction & Skills Trades Test

 

Education/Experience:

 

  • High School diploma and two years work related experience in truck/automotive or equipment repairs, or equivalent training, education and/or experience in a technical or vocational field.
  • At least three (3) ASE certifications preferred to include: PM Inspection – Truck, and two additional certifications from ASE’s truck family.
  • In lieu of ASE certifications, related certifications are acceptable and the ability to obtain at least three (3) ASE certifications to include: PM Inspection – Truck and two additional certifications from ASE’s truck family within 1 year of start of employment.


PLEASE READ:

  • This role is the equivalent of a Fleet Mechanic, Diesel Mechanic, or Car Mechanic.
  • Position requires rotating shiftwork. Position may be required to work extended hours, including 24 x 7 coverage during storms or other energy delivery emergencies.
  • Represented Position


Location

  • Various BGE locations


Instructions on how to apply/contact information

 



Immigrant Makers/Manufacturers - Made In Baltimore (MIB)

Hello all,

We are looking for
immigrant makers and manufacturers to join a program called Made in Baltimore (MIB).

Opportunities for the businesses include:

  • Be supported through business development programs,
  • Be a part of a local brand certification effort,
  • Complete a survey (Surveys will be translated and interpreters identified based on the responses),
  • Be on the leadership of the MIB Steering Committee.
  • Participate in Workshops Wednesdays, a business development series targeted to makers and small manufacturing companies. The next workshop will be in December and more information will be available soon.

The criteria is that the individual or group make a physical product in Baltimore. Categories could include, but are not limited to, food products, furniture, jewelry, clothing, and home goods.

If you are or know of immigrant makers or manufacturers in Baltimore, please let us know! Also, if you know of someone who would like to participate and receive more information but has Limited English Proficiency, please let us know and we can determine next steps.

Thank you for your time.

 

 

 

 

 

Office of
Mayor Stephanie
Rawlings-Blake

Lindsey Bishop, MSW
Mayor's Office of Immigrant & Multicultural Affairs
Immigrant Program Coordinator


100 N. Holliday Street, Room 250
Baltimore, MD 21202
lindsey.bishop@baltimorecity.gov

443-842-2882 (cell)

410-396-8056 (office) 





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