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TENTATIVE

 

 

Occ. Code 7313300

 

MOTOR EQUIPMENT MAINTENANCE SUPERVISOR 1, GRADE 14

7313300

MOTOR EQUIPMENT MAINTENANCE SUPERVISOR 2, GRADE 16

7313400

MOTOR EQUIPMENT MAINTENANCE SUPERVISOR 3, GRADE 19

7313500

 

New York State Department of Civil Service

 

Classification Standard

 

BRIEF DESCRIPTION OF CLASS SERIES

 

Positions in this class supervise staff engaged in the maintenance, overhaul, and repair of gasoline and/or diesel powered motor equipment including passenger vehicles, construction and heavy equipment, freight and other commercial cargo vehicles, self-propelled off-road equipment, and non-self-propelled motor equipment. 

 

These positions are located in several agencies, with the greatest number at the Department of Transportation.

 

DISTINGUISHING CHARACTERISTICS

 

Levels within the title series are distinguished by the variety and technical complexity of services provided, the number of repair facilities, and the number and level of subordinate mechanic and/or motor equipment program support positions.

 

MOTOR EQUIPMENT MAINTENANCE SUPERVISOR 1: supervises mechanics and other positions engaged in the maintenance, overhaul, and repair of gasoline and/or diesel powered motor equipment. Positions in this class serve as working supervisors and may perform all of the repair, overhaul, maintenance, and diagnostic tasks performed by lower-level mechanics.  Incumbents serve as supervisors, overseeing and directing the repair tasks of a crew of mechanics in a large motor equipment repair facility.  Incumbents may also serve as the highest-level motor equipment position within small and limited motor equipment repair program. 

 

MOTOR EQUIPMENT MAINTENANCE SUPERVISOR 2: second-level supervisors; positions typically serve as a functional supervisor responsible for one of the following areas in a large motor equipment repair operation: production coordination, preventive maintenance program, repair crew (shop supervisor) coordination.  Incumbents may also serve as the highest-level motor equipment position within a mid-size motor equipment repair operation.  Positions in this class supervise and/or provide technical guidance, direction, and oversight to subordinate supervisors and mechanical crews. 

 

MOTOR EQUIPMENT MAINTENANCE SUPERVISOR 3: assists in the overall management and direction of a large motor equipment repair operation or facility. Incumbents typically serve as immediate assistants to Motor Equipment Managers 1, responsible for the overall management and direction of a large, varied, and complex motor equipment repair facility.   Positions in this class may serve as a facility manager, overseeing and directing repair operations for a large motor equipment repair operation in such instances where the complexity and variety of equipment and services is more limited and/or a facility does not support multiple satellite repair facilities. 

 

ILLUSTRATIVE DUTIES

 

MOTOR EQUIPMENT MAINTENANCE SUPERVISOR 1

 

Supervises the work of subordinate employees in an automotive repair shop.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

·       May schedule the use of and assign drivers to motor vehicles.

 

·       May keep written records of work performed and account for labor and materials used.

 

Recommends changes in equipment maintenance shop operating procedures to improve work performance, the utilization of tools and equipment, and working conditions.

 

Recommends replacements or modifications of shop tools and equipment to improve the effectiveness and efficiency of maintenance and repair operations.

 

May inspect and road test new and rented vehicles and equipment to ensure compliance with contract specifications.

 

Confers with supervisor and others to coordinate maintenance schedules and shop activities to ensure the most effective utilization of staff and equipment and that work is completed according to schedule.

 

May be responsible for maintaining, ordering, and stocking motor equipment parts and supplies for an equipment repair shop or facility.

 

As required, ensures that work covered by warranty is performed by representative of manufacturer, and inspects completed work to ensure full performance according to contract terms.  Where a repair facility is authorized to perform warranty repair work, ensures that necessary warranty repair forms are prepared and forwarded to the manufacturer for reimbursement of repair costs.

 

As required, Motor Equipment Maintenance Supervisors 1 perform the activities and tasks listed in the Classification Standard for Motor Equipment Mechanic.

 


 

MOTOR EQUIPMENT MAINTENANCE SUPERVISOR 2

 

When functioning as a shop supervisor, oversees and directs multiple repair crews within a large motor equipment repair facility. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

When functioning as a repair production coordinator, oversees and directs the scheduling and coordination of major equipment repair and assignment.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

When functioning as the preventive maintenance coordinator, directs and coordinates the field repair and preventive maintenance tasks of satellite repair facilities within an assigned geographic area.

 

 

 

 

May perform any and all tasks listed above in any of the referenced assignments or when functioning as a facility or operation supervisor.

 

MOTOR EQUIPMENT MAINTENANCE SUPERVISOR 3

 

Supervises and provides technical direction to a staff performing maintenance, repair, parts, record keeping and support service activities such as machine shop welding and automotive painting, in a motor equipment maintenance shop.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Reviews repair history for equipment types and individual pieces of equipment for the purpose of identifying equipment failure trends.  Recommends modifications to existing equipment, and changes in specifications for new equipment to improve or eliminate apparent maintenance and repair problems.

 

Ensures that service and claims covered by warranty are properly performed, and that the work performed by the manufacturers representative is satisfactory.

 

Assists in the preparation of the annual operating budget by recommending budget requirements for the maintenance shop including staffing, parts, supplies and equipment needs.

 

Through inspections and the review of reports, identifies cases of vehicles and equipment abuse or misuse by operating personnel, and provides instruction in proper care and operating procedures.

 

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS

 

MOTOR EQUIPMENT MAINTENANCE SUPERVISOR 1

 

Promotion:  one year of service as a Motor Equipment Mechanic or Construction Equipment Mechanic.

 

MOTOR EQUIPMENT MAINTENANCE SUPERVISOR 2

 

Promotion:  one year permanent competitive service as a Motor Equipment Maintenance Supervisor 1.


 

 

MOTOR EQUIPMENT MAINTENANCE SUPERVISOR 3

 

Promotion:  one year permanent competitive service as a Motor Equipment Maintenance Supervisor 2 or Motor Equipment Specialist.

 

Revised:  6/17

 

NOTE: Classification Standards illustrate the nature, extent and scope of duties and responsibilities of the classes they describe.  Standards cannot and do not include all of the work that might be appropriately performed by a class.  The minimum qualifications above are those which were required for appointment at the time the Classification Standard was written.  Please contact the Division of Staffing Services for current information on minimum qualification requirements for appointment or examination.