Power Equipment Technician

A Power Equipment Technician is responsible for performing journey level work, including a combination of the following essential job functions: repairs passenger cars, light, medium and heavy duty trucks and construction equipment as well as a variety of non-automotive power equipment; diagnoses defects and overhauls major automotive components such as gasoline, alternative fuel vehicles, hybrids, and diesel engines, clutches, transmissions, brakes, front and rear axles, fuel, cooling and electrical systems; replaces or repairs worn or broken parts of equipment and installs accessories; road tests various types of automotive, light medium and heavy duty trucks, and construction equipment; uses computers to access equipment information and store work records; inspects automotive equipment to determine cause of malfunction; performs preventive maintenance services and inspections on equipment and makes recommendations for vehicle repairs; and supervises helpers as assigned.

Location: 
LA County, CA 90010
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