Maintenance Technician III - Crew Leader
Summary
Title:Maintenance Technician III - Crew Leader
ID:2845
Division:ISD
Region:Virginia
Location:Richmond, VA
Description

MAINTENANCE TECHNICIAN  III-CREW LEADER

Project Assigned:
Richmond Metropolitan Transportation Authority

Office Location: Richmond, VA

Division: Infrastructure Division

Region: Mid-Atlantic

           

This position is an advanced technical and skilled role within in our field organization. The Maintenance Technician III – Crew Leader is most likely assigned to a skilled crew responsible for highway maintenance work requiring knowledge VDOT standards and specifications. This position is most likely assigned as a Crew Leaders responsible for completing the Daily Work Reports and managing a crew. Areas of experience include snow and ice operations, guardrail, and attenuator repair/replacement, signs, lighting/electrical work, mowing, tree trimming, incident response, drainage cleaning, debris removal, and asphalt/concrete repairs.

 

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, & ABILITIES

 

Knowledge of:

  • various parts of roadway, bridge, drainage structures and other road assets
  • highway snow and ice operation
  • materials used to repair highway infrastructure
  • order of procedure to lift heavy objects
  • correct work methods for various activities required to maintain and repair highway infrastructure
      • Emergency patching Permanent patching
      • Skim Patch with Hot Mix Crack Sealing
      • Hand Mowing Litter/Debris removal
      • Ditch Cleaning by Hand Skim Patching with Liquid Asphalt
      • Surface Treatment Hot Mix Asphalt Overlay
      • Tree Trimming Brush Cutting
      • Stump Grinding Pipe Repair/Placement
      • Leaf Cleanup w/Machine Bituminous Concrete Curb
      • Bridge Maintenance
  • work requirements within a road work zone
  • rules of the road for safe driving
  • PM checks for small service vehicles and pickups

 

Skills:

  • Use of the following hand tools
      • File Screwdrivers
      • Standard pliers Claw Hammer
      • Sockets and wrenches Hacksaw
      • Cold Chisel Garden rake
      • Asphalt rake Round-point shovel
      • Square-point shovel Ax
      • Pick Sledgehammer
      • Pry bar Posthole digger
      • Fence-post driver Fencing Pliers
      • Push broom Pruners
        • Hand tamper sythe
        • Paint brush, roller and other painting equipment
    • Use of leaf blower to collect leaves and loose debris in piles and windrows for collection
    • Mow small areas of grass using push or self-propelled walk behind mower or small riding mower
        • Mow areas to correct height in efficient patterns
        • Use of mulching or bagging attachments depending on conditions
    • Use of power rake to collect loose debris and leaves in efficient manner leaving area clean and orderly
    • Use of vibrating tamper plate to compact loose soil and asphalt to proper density leaving level and smooth surface
    • Use of chain saw to cut limbs and other wooden material on the ground to facilitate clean up of debris
    • Safely operate SUV and pickup truck to ¾ ton
    • Use measuring tape and ruler to measure distance and area
    • Applying uniform coats of paint and other coatings to surfaces

 

Ability:

  • Read at 8th grade level
  • Carry out simple arithmetic functions:
      • Match terms associated with basic math to their correct definitions
      • Solve addition, subtraction, multiplication, division problems
      • Distinguish among types of fractions
      • Add and subtract fractions
      • Convert fractions to decimals and decimals to fractions
      • Distinguish among types of fractions
      • Add, subtract and multiply decimals
  • Complete time and attendance forms and vehicle logs
  • Lift up to 75 pounds
  • Work safely under adverse environmental and weather conditions
  • Perform routine maintenance checks on small vehicle: check fluids, air filter, tire pressure, change tire
  • Work safely along side mechanical equipment
  • Work as part of a team performing highway maintenance activities.

 

EDUCATION AND TRAINING.

 

Education: High School Diploma, some college courses preferred, but not required.

Training: Maintenance of Traffic certifications & CDL (Class A or B)

 

Minimum Years of Relevant Experience: 3-5

 

NOTE:

 

It is important to understand that the following is a guideline of responsibilities and goals for this position. Of course, you may be asked to assist other team members and contribute to the business in other ways that are not outlined below. As an employee of Roy Jorgensen Associates, Inc., you have accepted the responsibility to become a key member in a large team that works together towards two common goals, the financial success of the business and the personal satisfaction of building a rewarding career.

 

 

 

Focus Areas/Key Performance Indicators (KPIs)

*The following Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) are examples of what is expected for this position. Individual, detailed and specific KPIs will be given upon hire and used for performance evaluations.

  • Productivity
    • Do you maximize the work day?
    • Do properly schedule work eliminating unnecessary travel/prep?
  • Workmanship
    • Do you take pride in your assigned tasks?
    • Do you perform quality work?
  • Technical Competence
    • Do you complete repairs on schedule and according to current standards?
    • Are you exploring innovative work methods to reduce time and improve productivity?
  • Work Documentation
    • Are you completing Daily Work Reports on time and accurately?
      • Includes attaching photos, materials & equipment correctly.
  • Safety/Training
    • Do you make safety a priority?
    • Are you actively participating in training?

Work Requirements

Jorgensen operates a 24 hour/7 day a week operation. Work schedules will vary by work load, client requests, location, and emergency conditions. All employees are expected to work various schedules and at times assist with emergency situations and perform on call activities as assigned.

It is important to understand that the above position description is a guideline of responsibilities and goals for this position. Throughout your career with Jorgensen, you may be asked to assist other team members and contribute to the business in other ways that are not outlined above.

Manager/Supervisor: _____________________________________________

I certify that this job description is an accurate description of the job responsibilities assigned to this position.

 

Employee: ____________________________________________________

 

As an employee of Roy Jorgensen Associates, Inc., I have accepted the responsibility to become a key player of a large team that works together towards two common goals: the financial success of the business and the personal satisfaction of building a rewarding car
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