Position Summary

To provide road service and repairs to tires on the City vehicles equipment in support of the operating departments.

Hours of work 06:30 to 15:00

Position Responsibilities

-Changes tires and/or repairs tires of large construction equipment as well as trucks and cars in garage road service.

-Operates truck attachments such as tire changing equipment, repair equipment and wheel balance machine.

-Repairs all types of tires to include bud wheels, split rims, tubeless, etc.

-Road work orders, maintenance forms, and technical manuals in order to apply appropriate techniques or methods to perform assigned tasks.

-Operate service truck mounted tire changing equipment and repair equipment.

-Employ precision measuring devices powered and non-powered shop tools.

-Conducts operational checks on truck equipment prior to operations.

-May attend training schools, classes, and seminars.

-Assist other workers when not on road service call in the tire garage.

-Examine tires for excessive tire wear.

-Is responsible for picking up police property and delivering that property to IMPD.

-Operates radio in accordance with FCC rules and dispatcher instructions.

-Takes responsibility for conduct of passengers.

-Must have hand tools relevant to the assigned types of repairs upon reporting for work.

-Observes all job-site safety regulations.

-May be required to work overtime.

-Will be held responsible for tools/equipment supplied by the City.

-Depth perception required.

-Perform related duties as assigned.

-Must successfully pass a re-employment physical.

-These are the minimum requirements.

Qualifications

Must be able to pass the physical required for a CDL.

-Must be able to obtain and hold a CDL, Group B, within 180 days from date placed into position.

-Five years work-related experience related to tire repair. Knowledge of tires, tubes and rims, tire repair and changing equipment.

-Knowledge of the vehicular and equipment nomenclature.

-Knowledge of repair procedures and techniques applicable to equipment owned by the City of Indianapolis or Marion County.

-Knowledge of tires, tubes, rims, and experience with tire repair and changing equipment safely and efficiently.

-Able to repair all types of tires to include bud wheels, split rim, tubeless, etc.

Independent Judgment

Actions are controlled by City and Departmental policies and procedures. Decisions may occur when diagnosing problems; determining the maintenance/repairs required; determining the proper sequence of steps or when making minor variations from established repair methods; instructing employees; and in various situations within the perimeters of the specified job duties. Work is reviewed on a spot check basis by a supervisor who is generally available.

All rates are bi-weekly

Anthem CDHP High Includes Retiree Health Fund employee contribution

Single: $44.89 EE+ Spouse: $89.73 EE+ Child(ren): $68.88 Family: $117.11

Anthem CDHP Medium Includes Retiree Health Fund employee contribution

Single: $61.98 EE+ Spouse: $130.49 EE+ Child(ren): $98.63 Family: $172.33

Anthem CDHP Low Includes Retiree Health Fund employee contribution

Single: $78.25 EE+ Spouse: $169.29 EE+ Child(ren): $126.95 Family: $224.89

Delta Dental High

Single: $13.90 EE+ Spouse: $29.59 EE+ Child(ren): $33.15 Family: $52.66

Delta Dental Low

Single: $8.02 EE+ Spouse: $15.94 EE+ Child(ren): $21.57 Family: $33.15

ANTHEM Vision Plan

Single: $2.85 EE+ Spouse: $5.16 EE+ Child(ren): $5.43 Family: $8.38

Life Insurance Employee Only (rates per $1,000 per month):

Basic: No Cost

Optional Life Insurance Employee Only (rates per $1,000 per month)

Additional:

25-29 $0.053

30-34 $0.075

35-39 $0.090

40-44 $0.120

45-49 $0.203

50-54 $0.330

55-59 $0.545

60-64 $0.723

65-69 $1.308

70 + $1.867

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