Greenlink Maintenance

Greenlink mechanics are vital for ensuring the buses and vehicles are in working order and can safely transport Greenlink passengers. Mechanics are responsible for performing repairs of vehicles and engines, maintaining all the equipment on the vehicles such as the radio and farebox, and conducting diagnostics.

Greenlink operates a mixed fleet of heavy-duty diesel engine buses, gasoline medium & light duty vehicles, and electric buses. Greenlink’s services operate Monday through Friday from 5:30 a.m. to 11:30 p.m., Saturday from 8:30 a.m. to 6:30 p.m., and Sunday from 1:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.

Fleet Maintenance is the support backbone to ensure Greenlink is able to operate and provide essential transportation without issue. The Fleet Maintenance Garage is open during the entire service day and remains open after service ends to get all vehicles ready for the next day of service. The Garage operates from 4:30 a.m. to 1:30 a.m. Monday through Friday, and 7:30 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. on Saturday. No maintenance staff needed for Sunday at this time.

Our technicians operate on two shifts. The morning shift approximately runs from 4:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m., and the evening shift is expected from 1:30 p.m. to 10:30 p.m. Additionally, the evening shift team members rotate weekly to cover the late-night shift from 4:30 p.m. until bus washing is complete.

Bus Engine - Diesel Mechanic Students

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Application  Process

Applicants who apply and meet qualifications will be eligible to interview. If selected as a finalist, the candidate will be placed through an assessment to grade their mechanic competency (i.e. Mechanic I, Mechanic II, or Mechanic III). The assessment consists of a written test and a skills assessment using a Greenlink bus; the assessment is conducted by a third party.

PAY RANGE

Salaries are dependent on years of experience and the skills assessment.

  • Mechanic I 
    • Salary Range - $29,307 - $41,038/year 
    • ASE Incentive - and additional $0.25/hour is added to pay scale for each ASE exam passed. Maximum incentive limit of $2.25/hour on top of salary.
  • Mechanic II 
    • Salary Range - $33,841 - $49,920/year
    • ASE Incentive - and additional $0.25/hour is added to pay scale for each ASE exam passed. Maximum incentive limit of $3.50/hour on top of salary.
  • Mechanic III 
    • Salary Range - $38,480 - $56,763/year
    • ASE Incentive - and additional $0.25/hour is added to pay scale for each ASE exam passed. Maximum incentive limit of $5.00/hour on top of salary.
  • Shop Foreman 
    • Salary Range - $43,721 - $65,582/year
    • ASE Incentive - and additional $0.25/hour is added to pay scale for each ASE exam passed. Maximum incentive limit of $5.00/hour on top of salary.

All positions are eligible for overtime.

Initially, ASE (automotive Service Excellence) Incentives for Greenlink Mechanics must consist of the Core Certifications for the Transit Bus Career Specialty Track (Compressed Natural Gas, Diesel Engines, Drive Train, Heavy Bus Brakes, Bus Suspension, Electric/Electronics, Heating and AC, Preventative Maintenance Inspections, and Automatic Transmissions). 

Benefits

  • Tools and Toolbox Provided
  • Specialty Tools Provided
  • Uniform/Uniform Service Provided
  • Boots/Work Shoes Provided
  • Continuing Education Training Provided
  • ASE Testing Provided

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