Fleet Mechanic

This position is responsible for assisting the lead mechanic in performing basic preventative and repair maintenance on company owned trucks, and automobiles.

Essential Functions:
Perform scheduled preventative maintenance and necessary repairs to automobiles, trucks (light and heavy), and vans.
Complete oil changes on trucks and automobiles in the company fleet, and generally works under a hoist.
Perform tire changes to trucks and company automobiles, removing wheel and tire from vehicle, removing tire from rim, replacing new tire on rim, and replacing new tires and rims on vehicle.
Inspect and repair mirrors, windshield wipers, windows, headlights, taillights, exhaust systems, belts, and hoses and assures safe and operable condition of all during each service appointment.
Diagnose failures of vehicles and disassemble, repair and reassemble parts as necessary.
Perform complete brake inspections and replacements where needed, to company trucks and automobiles, including pads, drums, rotors, etc, as required.
Maintain vehicle records as required.
Fill out all necessary documents.
Inform lead mechanic of all parts and supplies needed to perform repairs and maintenance.
Must have your own tools.
Any other associated function required to complete the tasks assigned by the Manager.

At least 5 years current experience of strong mechanical and electrical diagnosis, problem solving, and repair.
Must be able to lift heavy parts and tools.
The ability to diagnose the source of a problem quickly and accurately.
Must possess mechanical aptitude and knowledge of diesel engines, air brakes, and suspensions.
The ability to climb, work in confined spaces, lift, manage time, work independently, problem solve, deal with complex issues and analyze information.
Must pass DOT physical and DOT Road Test.
Adhere to DOT regulations.
Experience utilizing computer instrumentation for diagnosing issues as well as completing necessary documentation.
Experience with refrigeration units (i.e., Carrier and Thermal King) a plus, but not required.

IV. Work Hours:
5 days per week, 8 - 10 hour days
Rarely work weekends

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