The data used in preparing this job analysis was derived from
resource material including the Dictionary of Occupational Titles
(DOT), specific information provided from onsite observation and
interviews with employees and supervisors. The intent of this
job analysis is to describe the primary and secondary duties that
the worker performs as employed with Southern Idaho Division.
GENERAL JOB DESCRIPTION:
This specific job requires workers at times to work in the heavy
to very heavy physical demand range of activities.
The Lube Technician will be responsible to check all equipment
and vehicle fluids, tires, air filters, etc and make general
repairs when necessary. The Lube Technician will be working
on all types of construction equipment such as bulldozers,
scrapers, wheel and track loaders, trench diggers, asphalt
equipment such as pavers, rollers, power brooms and pneumatic tools
like compressors and drilling machines.
The Lube Technician needs to be experienced with engines and the
functions of each part. The worker will utilize manuals, hand
tools, power tools and knowledge of electrical power,
transmissions, brake, hydraulic and other equipment
Tools and Equipment Used:
Assorted hand tools, hand grinders, power saws, magnetic base
drills, hydraulic jack equipment, block stands, benches, power air
tools, welding equipment, lifting devices like truck cranes and
fork lifts, micrometers, and other types of precision measuring
Face shields, ear protection, air respirators, welding shields,
Management reserves the right to add to or change the duties of
the position at any time. Attendance shall meet the scheduled
requirements of the company.