• Vehicle Service Technician in Palm Springs, CA

    Requisition ID
    US-CA-Palm Springs
    Employment Type
    Regular Part-Time
  • More Information about this Job

    Vehicle Service Technician (Part Time)

    Palm Springs, CA

    Reports To: Operations Supervisor

    Department: Operations

    Status: Non-Exempt


    Please note: This is not a Mechanic position.


    Internal applicants please apply through the Home Portal > AMR Employee Career Portal.


    SUMMARY: The Vehicle Service Technician (VST) is responsible for ensuring that all ambulances are "response ready" for the field crews coming in for their shift assignment, with the goal of reducing down time and increasing the quality and delivery of our services to the crews and our patients. The delivered product is a clean vehicle inside and outside with well stocked shelves and functioning equipment. It is important that the product produced is maintained to the highest standard.



    -  Vehicle inventory check.

    -  Clean ambulances inside and outside.

    -  Restock ambulance supplies daily.

    -  Ensure deep cycling of monitor batteries every three months

    -  Mechanical check vehicles/okay brakes, fluid, window washer fluid.

    -  Ensure the workspace is clean and organized.

    -  Requisition supplies for replacement.

    -  Other duties as assigned.


    Minimum Qualifications:


    High school diploma or GED.  Minimum of 18 years of age. California Driver’s License and driving record in compliance with AMR policy regarding insurability. 



    At least six months of prior work experience.


    Knowledge and Skills:

    Effective oral, written and interpersonal communication skills.  EMT or related medical background experience preferred.  Bilingual (Spanish) and knowledge of ambulances interior/exterior preferred

    EEO Statement

    Global Medical Response and its family of companies including American Medical Response is an Equal Opportunity Employer including Veterans and Disabled


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