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Candidates wishing to be considered for the Diesel Mechanic opportunity must have a minimum of 2 years of prior experience with truck repairs, a high school diploma or GED, completed a credited training school for diesel repair and completed a FMCSA brake and annual inspection course under appendix G of the Federal Motor Carrier regulations. The ideal candidate will possess a valid driver’s license and a Class B with air brake CDL license.
Maintain and repair diesel and gasoline powered vehicles.
Diagnose, test, adjust, and repair systems of heavy and light duty diesel, gasoline and propane powered vehicles.
Examine, test drive, and troubleshoot electrical and mechanical problems using standard testing procedures and computer diagnostic equipment.
Perform repairs and replace defective parts.
Perform routine and scheduled maintenance services according to company policy and manufacturer’s specifications.
Maintain records of repairs and preventative maintenance and DVIR’s into the Company’s computer system.
Perform other general shop duties as required by the Fleet Manager, such as housekeeping, party and inventory stocking.
Will respond to any such road call for disabled vehicles as required by the Fleet Manager or Shop Supervisor.
Keep their work area hazard-free.
Spends most time indoors.
Possible exposure to distraction/uncomfortable noise levels and vibration of body or extremities.
Risk of bodily injury from mechanical parts, electricity, etc.
Possible exposure to fumes, odors, etc.
Ability to follow instructions and effectively complete tasks is required.
Analytical thinker, with the ability to problem solve is a must.
Must be able to work independently, as well as in a Team atmosphere.
Minimum of 2 years of prior experience with truck repairs.
Valid Driver’s License
Class B with air brake CDL License
A high school diploma or GED
Ability to understand and follow verbal and written instruction.
Ability to troubleshoot and repairs of general and advanced nature.
Ability to perform tasks requiring heavy physical effort occasionally in inclement weather.
Knowledge of tools, equipment, materials, methods and practices of engine repair, mechanical and electrical systems and maintenance under the FMCSA appendix G of the regulations
Ability to work in a safe and efficient manner.
Ability to use and navigate a computer system.
Competitive Salary - Negotiable based on experience.
Paid Time Off/Paid Holidays.
Individual and Family Health, Dental, and Vision Insurance Options.
401K Retirement Planning Options.
Life Insurance Options.
Tool and Boot Allowance.
Stable Work Year-Round.
Great Management Team.
Room for growth within the Organization.
Job Type: Full-time