Occ. Code 7319100


Motor equipment MANAGER 1, M-1                                               


Motor equipment MANAGER 2, M-2                                               



New York State Department of Civil Service


Classification Standard




Positions in this class oversee and direct large motor equipment operations and facilities which include large numbers of 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.  Incumbents are responsible for all operational and administrative aspects of the motor equipment program or facility including: parts and inventory, preventive maintenance programs, repair and overhaul activities; facility maintenance and operations; use, assignment, and dispersion of facility or agency equipment; agency staff safety training and performance; equipment procurement and evaluation; and equipment specification development. 




MOTOR EQUIPMENT MANAGERS 1:  manage and direct the operations of either a large motor equipment repair facility or a Statewide motor equipment operation consisting of several smaller motor equipment repair facilities geographically dispersed throughout the State.  In both cases, positions are responsible for a large motor equipment staff consisting of several repair crews and multiple positions within the Motor Equipment Maintenance Supervisor title series.


MOTOR EQUIPMENT MANAGERS 2:  oversee and direct multiple large motor equipment repair facilities managed by Motor Equipment Managers. Incumbents may serve as the highest-level motor equipment position in an agency responsible for a Statewide motor equipment operation or assist higher level staff in the management of a Statewide motor equipment operation depending on the size of an agencys Statewide motor equipment maintenance program and the number of large motor equipment facilities managed by the agency. 





Open Competitive:  eight years of experience overseeing a large and varied motor vehicle fleet which must include responsibility for acquisition, maintenance, performance evaluation, replacement and repair of the motor vehicle fleet. 


Promotion:  one year of permanent competitive service as a Motor Equipment Maintenance Supervisor 3, OR as a Motor Equipment Specialist.




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



Date:  3/12



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.