Vehicle and Heavy Equipment Mechanic I
|Approved LOCAL 39:||PC|
Under the supervision of the Equipment Repair Supervisor, makes mechanical repairs on automotive, construction, and industrial equipment; requires responsibility for carrying out stated maintenance and repair work procedures and to exercise judgment in maintenance and repair work.
Job Physical Requirements Analysis
|Job Specific Body Movements||Occasionally
1/3 of time or less
1/3 – 2/3 of time
More than 2/3 of time
|Sitting||5% of day|
|Standing||85% of day|
|Walking||80% of day|
|Driving||10% of day|
|Hearing||100% of day|
|Speaking||50% of day|
|Lifting 1-20 lbs||X|
|Lifting 20-50 lbs||X|
|Lifting 50+ lbs||X|
|Working/reaching above shoulder||X|
|Working w/arms extended @ shoulder level||X|
|Working with body bent over at waist||X|
|Working in kneeling position||X|
Height from Floor of Objects to Be Reached or Worked On:
½ ton, ¾ ton, 1-ton trucks; backhoe, front loaders, dump trucks (6 & 10 yard), forklift, crane truck, hydro trucks, vac trucks, snow cat, 2-ton flatbed, roller compactor, welders, brake lathes, hoisting equipment, diagnostic equipment.
- Extreme weather exposure, freezing temperatures, snow and ice.
- Exposure to exhaust fumes, chemicals, oil, grease, gasoline, diesel, and antifreeze and various sewage odors from plant and collection system.
- Above ground work to 20 feet.