Equipment Body RepairBen Franklin Transit
Equipment Body Repair
Perform skilled journey level work in repairing and refinishing Agency revenue and non-revenue vehicles and other components common to the body of vehicles and equipment.
Essential Duties & Responsibilities (not an all-inclusive list):
- Perform auto body repairs on vehicles involving sheet metal layout, template making and fabricating, and repairing metal and fiberglass body sections;
- Cut, form, weld, rivet, and braze metals in repairing and fabricating body and equipment sections working from blueprints, sketches, and instructions;
- Assess and inspect damage to prepare cost estimates for labor and material;
- Remove and repair damaged body panels, windows, doors, trim plates, mirrors, bumpers, and other vehicle body components;
- Repair and replace various vehicle parts of non-metal materials including glass, cloth, wood, plastic, rubber, and fiberglass;
- Make minor repairs on associated electrical and pneumatic components;
- Prepare, fill, sand, mask, prime, and spot paint surfaces after repairs are completed.
High School Diploma or G.E.D. equivalent plus completion of a journey-level body repair and paint program.
Additional experience may be substituted for journey-level training program. Must possess a valid Washington State driver license.
$62,254.40 to $70,116.80 Annually
BFT is an Equal Employment Opportunity Employer