CEMTECH has specialized in providing fleet repair services for local municipalities, emergency response vehicles, and private sector fleets as well. All of our repairs are completed by ASE Certified Mechanics at a fraction of the cost of our competitors.
Diagnose vehicle problems, repair vehicles to ensure adequate vehicles availability for Michigan and Ohio Operations and all joint ventures to meet daily operational needs and to ensure good customer service and relations with our clients. Maintain a clean and safe work environment in the support service area.
Primary Responsibilities and Duties:
1. Diagnosis and repair vehicles mechanical problems as they occur.
2. Document all vehicle repairs on TMT Program.
3. Prioritize all vehicle repairs based on operational needs and length of repair time needed (i.e.: minor repairs should be done first if it will allow a vehicle to be placed back in service.)
4. Perform Technician-on-call duties as assigned by support service manager.
5. Perform preventative maintenance on vehicles as directed by service writer of according to maintenance schedule due in TMT.
6. Maintain a clean and safe work environment in the support service area at all times, free from trash and scrap parts.
7. Keep current with Technology improvements and engineering changes.
8. Be able to work in weather common with our area (i.e.: road service, repairs on the road) using the mobile repair unit and the field service unit.
9. Abide by Company’s current blood borne pathogen policy.
10. Maintain the current licenses necessary to work as a Technician in the state you are applying in.
11. Maintain the confidentiality of all employees, Corporate, patient records and information.
12. Carry out other responsibilities as assigned.
13. Exhibits excellent customer service skills and behaviors toward internal and external customers and co-workers.
14. Adheres to department customer service and performance standards.
15. Demonstrates personal commitment to the Organization’s core values through active involvement in the performance improvement process.
16. Demonstrates safe work practices and attitudes, follows safety rules, works to prevent unsafe conditions and behaviors, and participates in organizational and departmental safety programs.
17. Must have movable toolbox and hand tools commensurate with stated knowledge, skills, and abilities.
Knowledge, Skills And Abilities Required:
A. Minimum Education: High school diploma or equivalent.
B. Minimum Work Experience:
C. Contact with Others: Works closely with customers, management, and staff.
D. Analytical Demands: Must have the ability to organize work activities to ensure efficient use of time and acceptable productivity.
E. Certification, Licensure, Registration:
A. Physical Effort: Must be in good physical condition that allows the employee to lift, carry, pull, push, maneuver heavy equipment, bend, climb and work outside in all types of weather common to southeastern lower Michigan on a regular basis in order to repair and retrieve vehicles.
B. Working Environment: Normal maintenance shop environment with exposure to health, accident, or environmental hazards. Requires travel by own automobile in variable weather conditions.
C. Equipment Used: Miscellaneous repair equipment commonly used by a vehicle repair technician. Computer, printer, telephone, calculator, and fax machine and copy reproduction equipment.
A. Reports to: Support Service Director or designee
B. Supervises: None.
The above primary job duties and responsibilities describe the level and nature of work performed by the employees assigned to this job. The description should not be construed as an exhaustive listing of all job duties and responsibilities performed by this job.
Community EMS utilizes Direct Deposit for compensation. As a condition of employment, all employees must designate a financial institution equipped to accept direct deposits and the number of the account into which the deposit is to be made.
Established in 1982, Community EMS began with twenty-five employees and four ambulances. At present, there are over 500 employees among its organizations and has a fleet of emergency and non-emergency vehicles that include standard ambulances, mobile intensive care units and bariatric transport vehicles. In addition to an exponential increase in size and services offered, Community EMS has grown in structure.
Located at 25400 West Eight Mile Road in Southfield, Michigan, the company now occupies its fourth change of location due to continuing growth over the years. This Southfield location houses our state-of-the-art 24/7 dispatch facility, which accepts over 500 calls each day. Other technological advancements include the implementation of electronic patient care reporting (ePCR) which allows EMS providers to use handheld devices to accurately and securely record patient data at the scene of the emergency or routine transport.
Over the past thirty-six years, Community EMS has developed a number of mutually rewarding relationships with other health care systems, municipalities, and ancillary providers. Community EMS has provided staff and vehicles for such national disasters as Hurricanes Ike, Rita, Katrina, Sandy, Florence, Harvey, Erma, California Wild Fires, COVID-19 FEMA Response and has engaged in county wide emergency preparedness plans and agreements. We have treated and transported to Army Core of Engineers Field Hospital at TCF Center.