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									                              MASONIC VILLAGE
                            POSITION DESCRIPTION
Position Title: AUTOMOTIVE MECHANIC – TEMPORARY
Departmental Title: MAINTENANCE
Supervisor’s Title: LEAD AUTOMOTIVE MECHANIC/
                    FACILITIES ENGINEER

I. POSITION OBJECTIVE

           Automotive Mechanics are responsible for repair and maintenance of the Masonic
           Village fleet as a member of the garage staff emergency repairs as well as scheduled
           maintenance and inspections. Responsible for management of the garage in absence of
           Lead Automotive Mechanic.


II. BEHAVIORAL COMPETENCIES


     A.    ACCOUNTABILITY
           Is the demonstrated ability to take responsibility and ownership for the outcome of all
           actions, decisions, and problem solving with particular emphasis on customer
           satisfaction, quality, safety, productivity and attendance. Accountability is further
           demonstrated in the safe and prudent use of materials and equipment; meeting or
           exceeding organizational/departmental deadlines; and the identification, analysis, and
           development of multiple solution(s) to problems. Accountability is also demonstrated
           by personal conduct in adherence to the Mission, Values, and Code of Conduct of the
           Masonic Villages.

     B.    COMMUNICATIONS
           Is the demonstrated ability to exchange ideas and information in a timely, concise,
           effective, and interpersonally appropriate manner in both oral and written forms.
           Interpersonal communication includes, but is not limited to facial expressions, gestures,
           body language and tone of voice. Communication is further demonstrated through
           effective listening skills and behaviors; consistent with respectful behavior toward
           others, and recognition of others’ contributions and actions. Effective communication
           includes a variety of styles and situations that produce positive outcomes within the
           organization. Timely communication includes oral and written reports consistent with
           established timeframes. Effective listening is a willingness to listen, process and retain
           information.




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C.   CUSTOMER SATSFACTION:
     Is the demonstrated ability to develop mutually beneficial relationships with both
     internal and external customers. This competency is effectively demonstrated by
     ensuring quality of life, respect for the individual and quality service for all customers in
     a consistent and genuine manner at all times, as stated in the Mission of Love Values. It
     is further demonstrated by the ability to anticipate, respond with creativity and
     enthusiasm, and to meet or exceed our customers’ expectations.

D.   GOAL ORIENTATION:
     Is the demonstrated ability to understand the departmental and organizational goals and
     to effectively prioritize and perform work responsibilities in a manner which best
     achieves those goals. The competency is further demonstrated through continuous self-
     improvement and a commitment to change. It is further demonstrated in setting quality,
     daily, short-term, and long-term goals. Commitment to change is demonstrated by
     encouraging staff flexibility, acceptance of program, process, and service changes. Self-
     improvement is seeking educational opportunities, identifying self learning needs,
     sharing learning gained with co-workers, and making an investment of personal time in
     the effort of improving self.

E.   RESPECTFUL BEHAVIOR
     Is the demonstration of actions and behaviors which contribute to creating an
     environment where all individuals are treated with compassion, equality, fairness, and
     dignity. It is further demonstrated by using appropriate judgment and discretion
     regarding confidentiality with co-workers and customers. Personal control is an element
     of respectful behavior that is demonstrated by maintaining composure, poise, and
     emotions in challenging situations in the company of others.

F.   ROLE MODEL
     The demonstrated ability to model the Masonic Villages’ mission, values, and ethical
     standards to co-workers. Performs work responsibilities in an effective, timely, and
     efficient manner, and often takes the initiative to do more than is required within
     essential job functions.

G.   TEAMWORK
     The demonstrated ability to work toward a common goal or shared purpose by
     cooperating, collaborating, and partnering with others. Exhibits respectful and
     partnering behaviors by promoting friendly and positive behaviors to accomplish
     departmental and organizational goals. Acknowledges co-workers’ ideas, assistance,
     opinions, and feedback.




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III. PROFESSIONAL COMPETENCIES

    A.   AUTOMOTIVE REPAIR
         The demonstrated knowledge of automotive electrical, mechanical, air conditioning and
         computerized systems and Pennsylvania Department of Transportation and Motor
         Vehicle inspection requirements to maintain and repair a fleet of vehicles including cars,
         trucks, buses, trailers, excavating equipment and generators.

    B.   REPAIR SCHEDULING
         The demonstrated understanding and skills for assisting in the scheduling of a fleet of
         vehicles for normal required scheduled maintenance and Pennsylvania Department of
         Transportation and Motor Vehicle inspection. Works with operators to insure a proper
         understanding of basic, day-to-day troubleshooting checks required to insure the proper
         operation of vehicles.

    C.   DEPENDABILITY
         The demonstrated ability to be depended upon to use knowledge and skills to complete
         tasks and repairs properly and thoroughly with minimal direct supervision or assistance.
         But also can be depended upon to ask for assistance when required to safely and
         properly complete repairs either scheduled or identified during troubleshooting.

    D.   MAINTENANCE RECORDS
         Demonstrates the ability to assist department lead person in maintaining accurate and
         clear records of all maintenance work (preventive, scheduled and emergency) on each
         vehicle in the fleet as well as required Pennsylvania Department of Transportation and
         Motor Vehicle inspection records.

    E.   RELIABILITY
         Demonstrated ability to be relied upon to report to assigned work location as scheduled,
         and on time, and to minimize unscheduled absences and report those absences as
         required.



IV. ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS


    1.   Ensures Pennsylvania Department of Transportation and Motor Vehicle inspections are
         completed as required and routing scheduled maintenance items are performed within
         accepted standards.

    2.   Assists in and has a working knowledge of scheduling with department vehicle
         operators to insure vehicles are properly maintained with minimal impact on normal


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         Masonic Village operations. Remains flexible to meet the needs of emergency repairs
         as necessary.

    3.   Maintains professional growth and development by attending educational, technical and
         training programs, seminars and courses.

    4.   Stays current with standards and requirements of regulatory agencies, such as
         Pennsylvania Department of Transportation and Motor Vehicles, Department of
         Environmental Protection and OSHA, as they relate to the operation and maintenance of
         the Masonic Village fleet.

    5.   Maintains accurate and complete records of maintenance work on all vehicles.

    6.   Maintains garage and outdoor work areas in an orderly and clean manner, maintaining a
         safe work place. Performs tasks in a safe manner. Ensures the proper care and use of
         tools, equipment and supplies.

    7.   Performs welding and cutting tasks, using electric and acetylene, for all departments.

    8.   Maintains an accurate record of time for cost distribution and payroll.


V. KNOWLEDGE / EXPERIENCE REQUIREMENTS

    1.   High School graduate or equivalent.

    2.   Three years experience as a mechanic or experience and training combination.

    3.    License to perform Pennsylvania Department of Transportation and Motor Vehicle
         Inspections (Code 4).

    4.   License to perform Pennsylvania Department of Transportation Emissions Inspections.

    5.   National Institute for Automotive Service Excellence (ASE) certification as a Master
         Mechanic desirable.

    6.   Valid Pennsylvania Driver’s License, C.D.L., B Class or higher with P endorsement
         and air brakes.




VI. WORKING CONDITIONS / PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS


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A.   The physical activities of this position are climbing, balancing, stooping, kneeling,
     crouching, crawling, reaching, standing, walking, pushing, pulling, lifting, fingering,
     grasping, talking, hearing and repetitive motions.

B.    The physical requirements of this position require the ability to do very heavy work. Very
     heavy work is defined as the ability to exerting up to 100 pounds of force occasionally,
     and/or up to 50 pounds of force frequently, and/or up to 20 pounds of force constantly to
     move objects.

C.   The visual acuity requirements of this position require the capability of mobile equipment
     operators.

D.   Conditions of this expose the worker to both inside and outside environmental conditions,
     noise to require shouting to be heard over ambient, vibration, hazards such as proximity to
     moving mechanical parts, electrical current, working on scaffolding and high places,
     exposure to extreme cold (temperatures below 32 degrees for more than one hour),
     exposure to high heat (temperatures above 95 degrees for periods of more than one hour) or
     exposure to chemicals, infectious diseases and blood-borne pathogens, atmospheric
     conditions that may affect the respiratory system or the skin and oils. The worker is
     required to wear a respirator.




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