$2,000 Hiring Bonus, Competitive Pay, Great Benefits and More!
Metro Transit seeks dedicated Station Mechanics! If you’re interested in using your expertise to help others and improve our community, keep reading.
As a Station Mechanic, you play an essential role in public safety and in keeping our transportation system running smoothly. Safe and reliable transportation starts with you! Metro Station Mechanics are able to work on everything from Chevys (Duramax diesels) and Fords (gas engines), to Call-A-Ride Freightliners (Cummins diesels), which is to say, we fix more than buses and trains! Metro Transit is a national leader in electric transportation, giving you the opportunity to grow your skills and enjoy a rewarding career, while having a positive, lasting impact upon the lives of your friends, family, neighbors and community.
$29.78 minimum starting pay, tool and uniform allowance + $2,000 HIRING BONUS – no strings attached!!!
Plus enjoy a full range of benefits, including medical/dental/vision coverage, paid time off, and so much more.
Metro Transit provides transportation throughout the Bi-State area to tens of thousands of riders every day. These passengers rely on the Metro Transit system, and more than 2,000 Metro professionals to keep their life and their communities moving forward.
Our fleet of more than 600 Metro Transit trains, buses and vans are operated, maintained, and protected by bus/van operators, security personnel, customer service, mechanics, and engineers—a team ranging widely in age, experience and professional specialty, but are united by shared passion for the community they serve.
Why Work Here
A station mechanic is responsible for diagnosing, repairing and verifying repairs on a fleet of Metro transit buses. Possible candidates must be proficient in the diagnosis of engines, transmissions/drivelines, air brakes and steering/suspension systems as well as a competent understanding of electrical systems. Other responsibilities include performing and documenting inspections, listing any defects found and repairing defects. Candidates must be able to effectively communicate specific details about diagnosis and repairs made to the buses. Metro is an industry leader in operations and on-time performance, and is internationally recognized for its comprehensive maintenance program.
Tools will be provided by the agency to do this minor work. Paint work will be restricted to touch up associated with minor body work above and steering wheels, step wells, wheels, bumpers and reflectors;
Degree: High School or GED, Technical Degree Preferred
Years: 5+ years
Field: Automotive or Diesel Technology
Filed: Automotive or Diesel Technology
Must be a least 21 years of age, able to pass a drug & alcohol screen, and able to obtain the required DOT certification.
Bi-State Development is committed to providing an Equal Employment Opportunity experience for all employees, applicants, vendors and customers with an environment free of discrimination, harassment, and retaliation.