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Automotive Department

Automotive

Supervisor: Tim Loan

Foreman: Bert Bugarin
806-326-1535

engelberto.bugarin@amaisd.org
Hours: 7:30 to 4:00 M-F

Secretary: Nora Sanchez

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

  • Perform parts installation and mechanical repairs of various gas/diesel engines, transmissions and allied equipment.
  • Perform troubleshoot/repairs to engines and transmissions and repair hydraulic, electrical, fuel and brake systems.
  • 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.
  • Accurately document records for labor, materials, and work orders.
  • Identify and resolve various maintenance repair problems related to using all present fleet maintenance procedures.
  • Operate hand/power tool, hydraulic floor jacks, and other allied tools using good common safety practices.
  • 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

  • Perform minor preventative maintenance for gas/diesel engines and troubleshoot and repair/replace belts, hoses, starters, and report major maintenance issues to your supervisor.
  • Perform operation checks upon completion of periodic engine maintenance including adjustments for all equipment as required.
  • Inspect and repair spraying equipment for fatigue and corrosion seasonally.
  • Maintain mechanic shops tools and inventory supply requirements.
  • Maintain equipment parts manuals and reference schematic manuals used in a repair shop.
  • Initiate work production for equipment repairs including job planning, ordering parts, and area cleanup upon job completion.
  • Accurately document records for labor, materials, and work orders.
  • Operate hand/power tools, hydraulic floor jacks, and other allied tools using good common safety practices.
  • Effectively communicate with craftsmen and other supervisory personnel in scheduling various maintenance repairs.