SUMMARY: Under the supervision of the Administrative Supervisor, the Vehicle Service Technician will perform various duties relative to the proper stocking, cleaning and mechanical inspection of vehicles. Tasks my also include the deployment of equipment for ambulance staff.
ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES include the following. Other duties may be assigned.
NONE ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
Occasionally: Lifting 70 lbs., kneeling, stooping, bending, leaning, flexibility, multiple physical activities performed at the same time (carrying multiple equipment while pushing on gurney, driving ambulance.
Frequently: Reading, walking inside, visual inspection.
Constantly: Hearing/listening, clear speech, simple touching, pushing, pulling, reaching, and sitting.
Frequently: Analyzing, decision making
Constantly: Simple reading and writing, high math and writing skills, clerical, memorization, perception/computation, problem solving, simple math skills, judgment, reasoning.
Occasionally: Hazards, fatigue, patient care
Frequently: Repetitive tasks, intense tasks, busy environment.
Constantly: High pressure.
Occasionally: Wheelchair, telephone, vacuum cleaner, cleaning equipment, protective devices, protective clothing, IV supplies, gurney, maps, terminal, facsimile, computer/typewriter, keyboard, stapler, 3 hole punch, sharpener, calculator,
Frequently: Telephone, pager, cell phone.
Occasionally: Works alone, inside, confined areas noise other hazardous conditions (human excrement, blood, urine, mucous, tissue, and asbestos), electrical equipment, and extended day.
Constantly: Works with others, face-to-face contact, verbal contact with others, and works inside.
AMR Driving Policy:
Driving record must be in compliance with AMR Safety and Driving Policy. (Proof will be required if a verbal contingent offer is made.)
Global Medical Response and its family of companies including American Medical Response is an Equal Opportunity Employer including Veterans and Disabled