DISTINGUISHINGFEATURES OF THE CLASS:
The work involves responsibility forperforming skilled journey level mechanical work in the repair of a variety ofsmall engines and related machinery. This class differs from that of othermechanic classifications in that the types of equipment repaired are differentin design and size, usually not exceeding a power output of ten (10)horsepower. Employee reports to the Assistant Director of Facilities III.Supervision is not typically a function of an employee in this class. Doesrelated work as required.TYPICALWORK ACTIVITIES:
Repairs and rebuilds a variety ofsmall motor equipment and related machinery, including but not limited to,power motors, lawn mowers, snow blowers, engines for emergency generators, gangmowers, leaf blowers, garden tillers, hedgers, sod cutters, etc.
Disassembles small motor engines andrepairs or replaces any worn, broken, or inoperative parts, such as pistons,rings, rods, crankshaft, valves, points, condensers, cams and governors, etc.
Removes broken or malfunctioninggang mowers from tractor assembly and repairs by sharpening dull reels,replacing old knives, old bars, broken reels, bent axles, gears and gear cases,rollers, wheels, etc.
Disassembles, cleans, repairs andrebuilds carburetors and starters; removes and replaces shear pins; andsharpens motor blades; repairs or replaces broken or damaged deck wheels, gastanks, handles and broken handle brackets.
Operates and tests repairedequipment to insure that machinery is operating properly, safely andefficiently.
Uses and cares for a variety of handtools, power tools and engine testing equipment.FULLPERFORMANCE KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, ABILITIES AND PERSONAL CHARACTERISTICS:
Good knowledge of the methods,materials, tools and standard practices of small engine repair.
Good knowledge of standard safetypractices in the mechanical repair trade.
Working knowledge of the operatingand repair characteristics of a wide variety of small motor equipment.
Working knowledge of mower bladesharpening equipment, techniques and safety procedures.
Working knowledge of the principlesof gasoline and diesel fueled internal combustion engines.
Working knowledge of small engineelectrical systems.
Skill in the use of hand and powertools, small motor machinery and test equipment.
Skill in the mechanical trade.
Ability to diagnose malfunctions insmall engines and related equipment.
Ability to follow engine diagrams.Physical condition commensurate with the demands of the position.MINIMUMQUALIFICATIONS:
• Two (2) years of work experience, orits part time equivalent, in engine repair, at least one (1) year of which musthave included small engine repair as a significant portion of the work.
• The successful candidate will berequired to pass a fingerprint-based background check, at the cost of $101.75to the candidate.WORKINGHOURS:
This position will work 40 hours perweek, 12 months per year. This position is full-time.SALARY/COMPENSATION:
The starting hourly rate for thisposition is $26.74 per the Unit 6 contractual agreement.
Job Categories :Career Education > Industrial Mechanics
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Syracuse City School District is committed to maintaining a work and learning environment free from discrimination on the basis of race, color, religion, national origin, pregnancy, gender identity, sexual orientation, marital/civil union status, ancestry, place of birth, age, citizenship status, veteran status, political affiliation, genetic information or disability, as defined and required by state and federal laws. Additionally, we prohibit retaliation against individuals who oppose such discrimination and harassment or who participate in an equal opportunity investigation.Contact Information
- Bridget Kemp
- 725 Harrison Street
- Syracuse,New York 13210
- Phone: 315-435-4171
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