This position is responsible for repairs and general maintenance on all types of cooperative fleet vehicles and equipment; conducts safety inspections, oil changes, and lubrication work; installation of mobile communications equipment; and maintenance of hydraulic systems and other aerial lifting devices associated with the vehicle fleet.
This position works alongside assigned technicians conducting safety inspections, oil changes, lubrication work, basic maintenance and minor repair of all vehicle fleet and equipment; installation of mobile communications equipment; and assists with maintenance of hydraulic and other aerial lifting devices associated with the vehicle fleet.
Minimum High School or GED
Preferred Two (2) years of vocational/technical training in general vehicle maintenance on gasoline and
diesel engines, hydraulic and electrical systems and welding.
Preferred ASE certification in any auto or truck mechanical area.
Preferred Initial Fluid Power Certification or ability to obtain as required by the position.
Four (4) years recent and ongoing progressive experience in diagnostic repair and maintenance of light, medium and heavy-duty vehicles including welding, mobile hydraulic systems and diesel emissions.
Experience with a utility vehicle fleet maintenance operation or related industry.
Other Requirements 1st & 2nd Class
Ability to operate a variety of office equipment, including a personal computer, printers, copy machines, telephone, and fax machine.
Ability to work irregular hours for assignment completion and flexibility to change scheduling and report to work on short notice during emergency situations.
Frequent business travel to all areas of service territory required.
Valid Florida Class A or B Commercial driver’s license without air brakes restriction and without number 5 Tractor-Trailer restriction, Class B CDL must be upgraded to Class A within one year, for regular driving privileges of cooperative vehicles; must have and maintain an acceptable driving record as determined by the Cooperative.
Successful completion of SECO Energy’s DOT employment entrance examination and drug screen.
The normal work week consists of five (5) consecutive eight (8) hour days, Monday through Friday between the hours of 6:00 a.m. and 12:00 midnight.
Irregular hours in evenings and on weekends are possible during peak business times and during storm season.
The Cooperative will determine if an eight (8) hour or ten (10) hour schedule will be used and shall establish the normal schedule of starting and quitting time.
Shift schedules may be changed by giving a 36-hour notice of the changed schedule.
Flexibility to work overtime for assignment completion and to report to work on short notice during emergency situations; ability to work on-call and respond to callouts, as needed, and maintain the Cooperative standard for Call-Out response after working hours.
SECO Energy is a not-for-profit electric cooperative serving over 210,000 families and businesses across seven counties in Central Florida, making SECO the third largest electric co-op in Florida and the seventh largest in the nation.
In both 2017 and 2016, SECO Energy was ranked “Highest in Customer Satisfaction among Cooperatives” in the J.D. Power Electric Utility Residential Customer Satisfaction Study. In 2015, SECO Energy was ranked “Highest in Customer Satisfaction among Midsize Utilities in the South” by J.D. Power. SECO refers to the three consecutive awards as its “Triple Crown,” and we are grateful to our members for ranking us #1!