All language assistance services for Toledo Area Regional Transit Authority programs and services,
including paratransit functional assessments and paratransit eligibility appeals,
are provided to the public at no charge.
The Night Service employee performs routine checks of bus operations and ensures that the buses are prepared for service. In addition, the Night Service employee is responsible for towing and recovery, and various other servicing duties. The Night Service employee must be proficient in all duties of the Cleaner. The Night Service job description includes all the requirements found in the Cleaner description.
Checking coolant, fuel, and transmission fluid levels
Cleaning and performing basic maintenance on exterior of bus
Cleaning interior of bus in preparation for daily operation
Pulling and emptying fare boxes
Alerting supervisor to more complex mechanical problems
Perform PMI’s and minor mechanical repairs under Instructor Supervision
Assistance Call Response
Driving wrecker to service site
Lifting and towing inoperable buses
Jump-starting stalled buses
Moving materials in garage using forklift
Using computer system to log completed repairs and requisition more complicated repairs as necessary
Remove trash and snow
Clean work area and equipment
Perform other duties as assigned to gain experience and knowledge of more complex mechanical and electrical components
Education and Experience – Required
High school diploma or equivalent
Commercial Driver’s License (Class B)
Basic understanding of mechanical equipment
Understanding of basic operational requirements of a bus; including required fluid levels, reading gauges, etc.
Skills and Abilities
General mechanical aptitude
Perform troubleshooting and analysis at basic level
Driving and maneuvering a forklift in confined spaces
Basic diagnostic skills
Proficiently use appropriate tools and diagnostic equipment
Communicate effectively with co-workers and management
Read and comprehend complex written materials
Write simple work orders
Analyzing data or information to resolve problems
Operation monitoring – watching gauges, dials, or other indicators to make sure system is working properly
Evaluating information against industry standards
Learn additional skills on the job to advance toward upper-level Mechanic position
Must be able to perform all of the following physical tasks:
Crawling on a daily basis for distances of up to 10 feet
Standing for intervals of 4 hours or more without rest
Reaching on a daily basis above shoulder height to retrieve, place or sort objects weighing in excess of 25 lbs.
The employee must be functionally qualified to perform all of the duties assigned to this position at all times.
Once you’ve completed both the application for employment and the EEOC disclosure, please send to:
PO Box 792
Toledo OH 43697-0792
If you have questions, please contact the TARTA Human Resources Department by e-mail at email@example.com or by calling 419-245-5224.
TARTA is an equal opportunity employer.
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