Car Inspectors maintain and repair subway cars including car body electrical, electronic, mechanical and pneumatic equipment, truck equipment, body and truck brake rigging, electrical and pneumatic brake equipment, subway car bodies, air conditioning and heating equipment, and electrical and electronic control and motor equipment.
Assistant Stock Workers, under supervision, receive, check, classify, store and distribute materials and supplies at
the storerooms and facilities of the MTA Bus Company system. This includes: the operation of all material handling
equipment; data processing and maintenance of inventory transaction documents; the loading and unloading of
trucks; all activities related to normal warehousing and distribution functions; keep records; take inventory; handle
obsolete and scrap materials; drives automotive vehicles; and perform related work.
Track Equipment Maintainers, under supervision, inspect, test, maintain, alter, repair and operate electromechanical, electronic, hydraulic, and pneumatic equipment used in the construction, maintenance and repair of railroad track in MTA New York City Transit’s subway system. They maintain, repair and operate cranes,
tampers, compressors, front-end loaders, engines and motors, rail saws, chain saws, payloaders, earth movers, tractors, forklifts, conveyors, track lubricators, ballast regulators, snow blowers, grease pumps, and machine shop equipment; drive trucks; keep records; make computations; prepare reports; and perform related work. Some of the physical activities performed by Track Equipment Maintainers and the environmental conditions
Structure Maintainers – Group A, under supervision, perform carpentry work in subway, surface and elevated structures, including stations, enclosures and related buildings. They do other structural work when necessary, including incidental painting; and perform related work.
Car Maintainers – Group B, under supervision, perform machine shop work related to the maintenance, alteration
and repair of subway cars. They operate lathes, milling machines, boring mills, shapers, drill presses and surface
grinders; machine wheel seats on subway car axles; bore subway car wheels to fit axle seats; recondition journal
bearings; cut new teeth for gear blank; cut internal and external threads; make complex machined parts; drill
holes; grind metal surfaces; keep records; may be assigned to inspect new equipment and material at
manufacturing plants; and perform related work.
Associate Railroad Signal Specialists design railroad signals or inspect the installation of railroad signal systems and related electrical plant, machinery or apparatus, and supervise the preparation of plans and specifications for new signal equipment and for signal systems and equipment being repaired or altered; and perform related work.
Notice of Examination
Light Maintainer ((Electrician)), Exam # 6602
Light Maintainers, under supervision, install, inspect, test, alter, maintain, and repair lighting and other electrical
systems in MTA New York City Transit facilities, such as subway tunnels and elevated structures, bus depots
and repair shops, subway car yards and barns, and other MTA New York City Transit buildings and structures;
keep records; drive motor vehicles; and perform related work.
IMMEDIATLE OPENINGS for Trades Helper Electricians, who perform semi-skilled work assisting Electricians with the installation, alteration, and maintenance of various industrial/commercial electrical equipment and systems. Trades Helper Electricians may also work independently on basic tasks such as re-lamping and socket replacement. Incumbents are required to climb and to work at heights from ladders, bucket trucks, and/or on fixed or swinging scaffolds.
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