Automotive Department

Automotive

Supervisor: Tim Medley

Foreman: Bert Bugarin 

(806) 326-1535

engelberto.bugarin@amaisd.org

Hours: 7:30 to 4:00 M-F

Secretary: Pam White

 Mission Statement:

Perform various installations and mechanical repairs to vehicles and allied equipment within the District’s fleet vehicles. We take pride in servicing district vehicles.

 

The Department:

·         Automotive mechanic

 

o   Perform parts installation and mechanical repairs of various gas/diesel engines, transmissions and allied equipment.

 

o   Perform troubleshoot/repairs to engines and transmissions and repair hydraulic, electrical, fuel and brake systems.

 

o   Procure proper materials and all supplies in a timely manner for completion of the work order. Initiate work production for vehicle repairs including job planning, ordering parts, and area cleanup upon job completion.

 

o   Accurately document records for labor, materials, and work orders.

 

o   Identify and resolve various maintenance repair problems related to using all present fleet maintenance procedures.

 

o   Operate hand/power tool, hydraulic floor jacks, and other allied tools using good common safety practices.

 

o   Maintain tools, equipment, and supplies assigned, to include following federal and state guidelines for disposal of petroleum products and associated hazardous waste materials as found practiced in a fleet maintenance operation.

 

·         Industrial Equipment mechanic

 

o   Perform minor preventative maintenance for gas/diesel engines and troubleshoot and repair/replace belts, hoses, starters, and report major maintenance issues to your supervisor.

 

o   Perform operation checks upon completion of periodic engine maintenance including adjustments for all equipment as required.

 

o   Inspect and repair spraying equipment for fatigue and corrosion seasonally.

 

o   Maintain mechanic shops tools and inventory supply requirements.

 

o   Maintain equipment parts manuals and reference schematic manuals used in a repair shop.

 

o   Initiate work production for equipment repairs including job planning, ordering parts, and area cleanup upon job completion.

 

o   Accurately document records for labor, materials, and work orders.

 

o   Operate hand/power tools, hydraulic floor jacks, and other allied tools using good common safety practices.

 

o   Effectively communicate with craftsmen and other supervisory personnel in scheduling various maintenance repairs.

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