Under general supervision, orders, receives, issues and maintains equipment and automotive parts and materials; prepares records, reports, and correspondence related to automotive equipment repairs.
Determines and investigates sources of automotive supplies; secures price quotations and compares prices; negotiates with suppliers to obtain best price and terms; orders, receives, checks, stores, and issues parts and supplies; compiles data and periodic reports; maintains catalogs and related filing systems of equipment information along with technical information. May operate skytrak and crane to load and unload both incoming shipments and outgoing shipments. Responsible for compiling a complete company inventory of equipment and coordinates equipment rental cost per job. Assigns new company numbers to equipment as purchased and adds this equipment to the master equipment list. Assists with the scheduling of shop and field maintenance. Responsible for organizing and maintaining yard. Compiles mileage for shop and office vehicles and equipment each week. Responsible for shop and yard safety. Assists department heads with major equipment moves. Perform other duties as assigned.
Requirements: Workers should be able to: work with standards of accuracy; rate information using standards, which can be checked or measured; have valid drivers license; and follow oral and written instructions and technical information. Physically, workers should be able to: see well; use hands, arms, and fingers fully; coordinate the movements of eyes, hands, and fingers fully; stoop; kneel; crouch; lift and carry objects weighing up to 100 pounds; stand or walk for long periods; bend; climb in and out of vehicles; maintain body balances; and use legs.