Profession road transport maintenance scheduler

Road transport maintenance schedulers are responsible for the effective execution of all maintenance work control processes of vehicles for urban transport, and for the efficient and effective use of planning and scheduling all resources to conduct maintenance activities.

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Personality Type

  • Conventional / Realistic

Knowledge

  • Mechanical components of vehicles

    Know the mechanical components used in vehicles and identify and resolve potential malfunctions.

  • Electrical systems used in transportation

    Understand the functioning of electrical systems, their specifications, and application in operations and systems for the transportation of freight and people.

  • Principles of mechanical engineering

    Understand principles of mechanical engineering, physics, and materials science.

  • Electronics principles

    The study of electric energy, more specifically electron, control and its prominent principles regarding integrated circuits and electrical systems.

  • Mechanical requirements for vehicles in urban areas

    Know legal requirements that vehicles must meet in order to operate in urban areas. Inspect and maintain components of vehicle subsystems; ensure safety of vehicle, reliability, and driving comfort.

Skills

  • Organise technical operating information for vehicles

    Gather and process technical information documents such as vendor manuals.

  • Connect vehicle maintenance and operations departments

    Establish communication between maintenance and operations planning departments. Ensure professional operations that meet designated schedules; ensure equipment performance and availability.

  • Programme work according to incoming orders

    Schedule tasks based on incoming work; anticipate the total amount of resources required to complete the work and assign them accordingly. Assess the required working hours, pieces of equipment, and workforce needed taking into account the available resources.

  • Maintain vehicle spare parts

    Maintain the availability of spare parts for vehicles available in order to reduce the amount of time vehicles spend under repair.

  • Perform ICT troubleshooting

    Identify problems with servers, desktops, printers, networks, and remote access, and perform actions which solve the problems.

  • Accurately estimate work hours

    Assess the necessary work hours, equipment, and skills required to successfully complete a task.;

  • Make numerical calculations

    Work with numbers and perform complex calculations. An understanding of the basics of maths is crucial.

  • Distribute technical information on operation of vehicles

    Distribute information resources such as drawings, diagrams, and sketches that describe in detail the technical characteristics of vehicles.

  • Follow work procedures

    Adhere to procedures at work in a structured and systematic manner.

  • Provide cost benefit analysis reports

    Prepare, compile and communicate reports with broken down cost analysis on the proposal and budget plans of the company. Analyse the financial or social costs and benefits of a project or investment in advance over a given period of time.

  • Comply with schedule

    Work and complete tasks as scheduled; perform the necessary work activities to successfully complete the task within the timeframe allocated.

  • Manage backlogs

    Manage work control status and backlogs to ensure completion of work orders.

  • Read standard blueprints

    Read and comprehend standard blueprints, machine, and process drawings.