Harrison County Schools
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Substitute Mechanic / Handyman
at Harrison County Schools
DESCRIPTION REVIEW: Personnel employed who can independently perform
skilled duties in the maintenance and repair of
automobiles, school buses and other mechanical and
mobile equipment to use in a county school system.
MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: -Have or be willing to obtain the required inspectors
license and commercial operator’s license.
-Possess a valid a CDL license or be willing to obtain
-Have a high school diploma/GED
-Have good health, physical stamina and be capable of
performing heavy work.
-Be able to use related tools and equipment.
-Be able to communicate, read, write and perform
simple mathematical computations common to the
trade and follow written instructions.
-Have previous verifiable experience and/or training
as a mechanic.
-Exhibit a high moral character, a good physical
appearance, and be cooperative.
-Have ability to develop and maintain an effective working relationship with others.
-Pass state developed tests to indicate minimum
competencies in each area of job classification as title
or hold/have held such title of employment with a
county board of education.
-Demonstrate success in performing a wide variety of
tasks requiring an understanding of and proficiency in
mechanical repair of school automobiles, buses, trucks
and other mechanical and mobile vehicles.
-Be capable of operating a recovery vehicle.
-In addition to the above criteria the applicant will be
evaluated on her/his ability to respond to practical
situations related to the specific requirements of the
posted position. This evaluation will occur during the
interview and throughout the selection process.
IMMEDIATE SUPERVISOR: Director of Transportation/Chief Mechanic
SELECTION: The position is filled by the Board of Education
upon the recommendation of the Superintendent of
SALARY AND EMPLOYMENT: Salary based on service personnel’s salary schedule.
TERM: Employment term 250 days.
FUNCTIONS AND DUTIES:
1. Diagnose and repair all automotive and truck equipment.
2. Make immediate vehicular repairs when defects are discovered.
3. Report vehicle and equipment deficiencies to supervisor.
4. Communicate with drivers to insure understanding of malfunctions or complaints on vehicles.
5. Report to the mechanical foreman upon completion of assigned job for his final inspection.
6. Furnish a reasonable amount of small tools.
7. Attend training sessions as scheduled by immediate supervisor.
8. Keep current on information pertaining to automotive and truck repair.
9. Help to promote high standards of safety and good housekeeping methods in all work
10. Display initiative.
11. Communicate freely within the chain of command.
12. Produce work of high quality.
13. Is willing to work overtime and/or a flexible schedule when necessary.
14. Set up and supervise a system for the receipt and issuance of parts and supplies and the
keeping of records and inventories.
15. Complete maintenance records, including cost, for each vehicle assigned.
16. Record all work completed and time required properly, including body or chassis work.
17. Return tools and equipment to proper location after use.
18. Road test all vehicles after completion of repairs if necessary.
19. Be knowledgeable of emergency procedures, and prepared to respond to emergency situations
at any time.
20. Perform routine scheduled preventative maintenance inspections for assigned vehicles.
21. Prepare vehicles for state inspections and possess a WV Inspectors’ License as required by
law to perform vehicle inspections.
22. Assist in maintaining a current inventory of supplies and equipment.
23. Assist in the preparation of an active file on maintenance and service records of vehicles in the
24. Wash down service bays, restrooms plus break room.
25. Clean the external building area so as to maintain a neat appearance.
26. Check bus parking lot for damage, trash and other debris.
27. Check bus lot and garage building and report any needed maintenance to supervisor.
28. Perform routine manual tasks in any operation of the county school system.
29. Perform such other tasks duties and assume such other responsibilities that may from time to
time be assigned by the Superintendent or immediate supervisor.
Revised: March 6, 2001
Job Contact Information
Wednesday, June 14, 2017 12:00 AM -
Sunday, June 30, 2019 11:59 PM
(Eastern Standard Time)