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AUTOMOTIVE EQUIPMNT MAINTENANCE SUPT-SES - 42002133

Date:  Jun 7, 2022
Location: 

MILTON, FL, US, 32570 MILTON, FL, US, 32583 MILTON, FL, US, 32572


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Requisition No: 634766 

Agency: Agriculture and Consumer Services

Working Title: AUTOMOTIVE EQUIPMNT MAINTENANCE SUPT-SES - 42002133

Position Number: 42002133 

Salary:  $30,988.62 - $46,670.00 

Posting Closing Date: 07/11/2022 

AUTOMOTIVE EQUIPMENT MAINTENANCE SUPERINTENDENT – SES 

FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE AND CONSUMER SERVICES 

FLORIDA FOREST SERVICE

***OPEN COMPETITIVE OPPORTUNITY***
 

CONTACT: 

Dan Hayes, (850) 686-2783

MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS: 

Four years of experience in automotive repair work; or

Vocational/technical training in automotive repair can substitute at the rate of 720 classroom hours for a maximum of one year of the required experience.

NOTE: ALL POSITIONS WITHIN THIS CLASS REQUIRE POSSESSION OF A VALID DRIVER LICENSE.

***ATTENTION CANDIDATES***

To be considered for a position with the Florida Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services:

  • All fields in the Candidate Profile must be completed.
  • Work history, hours worked, and formal education fields must be filled out to determine qualifications for this position.
  • Responses to Qualifying Questions must be verifiable in the Candidate Profile.

The Florida Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services values
and supports employment of individuals with disabilities. Qualified
individuals with disabilities are encouraged to apply.

ADDITIONAL REQUIREMENTS:

The incumbent must obtain a Class A Commercial Driver License (CDL) within six (6) months of appointment. The Florida Forest Service will cover the majority of the cost associated with attaining the required CDL training and the initial CDL test when administered at an agency authorized CDL training center.

The incumbent will be subject to pre-employment, post accident, reasonable suspicion and random drug testing provisions in accordance with Title 49 CFR Part 382, Federal Highway Administration Rules, effective, January 1, 1995.

Successful completion of a drug test is a condition of employment in the position in accordance with Section 112.0455 F.S. “Drug Test” means any chemical, biological or physical instrumental analysis administered for the purpose of determining the presence or absence of a drug or its metabolites.

Occasional to moderate travel required. Position may respond to emergencies, including natural disasters or other type incidents requiring travel, as needed.

NOTES:  

The anticipated minimum hiring salary for this position is $30,988.62 annually.

JOB DUTIES: 

Responsible for directing the overall equipment maintenance and repair program within a district or forestry center of the Florida Forest Service (FFS), and for supporting the statewide maintenance and repair of equipment for the FFS by planning, organizing, prioritizing, and assigning work to inspect, maintain, repair, fabricate, modify, cannibalize, test, assess, and recommend for acquisition disposal, or continued operation the units of automotive, agricultural, firefighting, emergency response, and heavy construction equipment assigned to a FFS field unit.  Items of equipment likely to be included are: gasoline and diesel vans, sedans, pickup trucks, transport trucks, school buses, bucket trucks, other medium and heavy trucks; light, medium and heavy dozers and other tracked equipment; front-end loaders, dump trucks, excavators, scrapers, and road graders; light, medium, and heavy cranes; pile drivers; farm tractors, agricultural implements, and tree shakers.  Formulates policies and procedures pertaining to accounting and movement of parts, materials, fuels, and lubricant inventories at the local level, provides budget information to center/district manager on shop operations costs, equipment repair and operating costs, fuel costs, cost of materials and supplies for fabrication, etc.  Assists Operations/Maintenance Administrator with statewide development and implementation of policies, procedures, and standards for equipment operations and maintenance, and scoping of equipment research and development plans.

Responsible for ensuring that assigned program areas have operational procedures and processes which result in accountability and compliance with division and department policies and procedures.

Interfaces with intra-district supervisory personnel (center/district manager, forest area supervisors, program administrators, etc.) to discuss costs, priority changes, and status of major equipment repairs and overhauls (out-of-body engine work, transmission rebuilds, heavy equipment tear downs, etc.)

Consults with mechanics on diagnosis of major component problems, plans major tear downs/overhauls, assessment of recurring operating problems, assesses conditions affecting operating safety.   This includes training mechanics when necessary by working with the mechanics completing repairs.

Manages equipment repair shop operations, including oversight of parts, materials, supplies, fuels, lubricants and purchasing.  Responsible for inventory, record keeping, reporting, and security; oversight of welding and fabrication; vehicle and equipment safety inspections; processing of equipment records; parts/component sourcing, price comparisons, continual audit of shop operations for compliance with department procedures, environmental requirements, optimum shop safety, and maximum economy and efficiency of operations.

Responsible and accountable for managing budget /dollars/resources (staff, vehicles, computers, cell phones, etc.) of any assigned programs in an efficient and accountable manner.

Interfaces with inter-and intra-district personnel, fire resource manager, and property administrator in acquisition, disposal, modification, cannibalization, and sourcing of parts, components, and repair/operating manuals for federal excess equipment.

Interfaces with Operations/Maintenance Administrators and other automotive equipment maintenance superintendents to formulate statewide policies and procedures for equipment maintenance and operations.  Consults on specifications for new equipment purchases, equipment repair training, cost accounting and record keeping, and equipment research and development needs.

Responsible for oversight of tools and repair equipment, enforcement of security and housekeeping, management of compressed air, lubrication, fuel station, steam cleaning, parts washing, and other systems and concerns ancillary to operation of a major equipment repair shop.

Responsible for planning and presentation of training sessions, presentations at employee meetings, and other work as required.  Also responds to emergency calls as requested.

THE FOLLOWING BENEFITS ARE INCLUDED:

  • State of Florida Retirement package.
  • 10 Paid Holidays annually.
  • 176 Hours of Paid Annual Leave annually
  • 104 Hours of Paid Sick Leave annually
  • Health Insurance for Individual or Family Coverage.
  • Life Insurance – State pays100% of premium.
  • Additional supplemental insurances available such as dental, vision, etc.
  • Tax Deferred Medical and Child Care Reimbursement Accounts available.
  • Tax Deferred Savings Program available through payroll deduction.
  • Uniforms provided at no cost.
  • Annual boot purchase allotment.

SPECIAL NOTES:

The State of Florida is an Equal Opportunity Employer/Affirmative Action Employer, and does not tolerate discrimination or violence in the workplace.

Candidates requiring a reasonable accommodation, as defined by the Americans with Disabilities Act, must notify the agency hiring authority and/or People First Service Center (1-866-663-4735). Notification to the hiring authority must be made in advance to allow sufficient time to provide the accommodation.

The State of Florida supports a Drug-Free workplace. All employees are subject to reasonable suspicion drug testing in accordance with Section 112.0455, F.S., Drug-Free Workplace Act.


Nearest Major Market: Pensacola