Under supervision, does bench, general shop and outside machinist work aboard the vessels and terminals of the Staten Island Ferry; performs related work. EXAMPLES OF TYPICAL TASKS: Sets up and operates machine shop equipment, such as engine lathes, shapers, milling machines, drill presses and grinders. Uses machinist tools and instruments. Inspects, overhauls and repairs all types of main and auxiliary stationary power plants, marine propulsion systems, in shop, on vessels, and in terminals. Directs subordinates in the performance of various maintenance and/or repair tasks. Prepares reports and requisitions; maintains records and inventories of supplies and materials. Performs tasks in accordance with American Bureau of Shipping and United States Coast Guard regulations. May operate a motor vehicle. Walks to and from machines and tool storage areas. Climbs stairs to get to work areas. Climbs around and over objects. Stands for an extended period of time while operating machine tool equipment. Reads small numbers and markings for precision measurements. Uses sight and hearing to avoid injury from moving vehicles and rotating machine tool equipment. Listens to supervisors instructions and communicates orally in a noisy environment. Walks over greasy concrete surfaces. Lifts metal objects weighing up to 60 pounds. Works in areas that are: dusty and dark; contain traces of vehicle/engine exhaust gases; and have strong odors from grease, lubricants, solvents or garbage.
$251.00 - $292.00
DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION