Diesel Mechanic/Maintenance Technician

Industry

Automotive

Advert ID

USA_604387

Location

Augusta

Job Type

Permanent

Hours

Full-Time

Salary Range

Based on Experience

No. of Openings

1

Branch Information

Chicago, IL - Metro - (USA) 525 West Monroe Street Suite 1500 IL Chicago , IL 60661

ContactNumber

312-730-1940

Job Description

BASIC FUNCTION



The Maintenance Technician performs routine maintenance, diagnostics/troubleshooting and

repair on vehicles for which a maintenance request has been received, including Company and

owner/operator tractors and trailers, as well as equipment purchased from the Company. All

maintenance and repairs on equipment are performed with driver and vehicle safety as the

primary focus, including compliance with all DOT standards. This position also completes any

welding necessary for repairs and upkeep of equipment.



SPECIFIC DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES



A. *Perform routine maintenance on equipment, including scheduled Preventive

Maintenance (PM) services, diagnostics, troubleshooting and repair on the

following:

1. Cummins engines with Cummins Insight and Cummins Quickserve

2. Eaton Auto transmissions with Service Ranger 4

3. ABS and roll stability with various vendor diagnostic programs, as well as Lite

Check Inspector 920

4. Peterbilt equipment with ESA program

5. Drum and disc brakes

6. Wheel ends, hubs, bearings and wheel seals

7. Tire, wheel and alignment

8. Emergency shut offs/passive shut downs with Base System and Smart Hose

9. Pumps and compressors with Blackmere Systems, Banjo and IR

10. Internal valves, global valves, relief valves and plumbing

11. QualComm

12. Suspensions for air ride and spring ride

13. Must have knowledge of the operation/function, maintenance and repair of all

of the above.



B. *Build hoses under the supervision of a Registered Inspector.

C. *Utilize maintenance and inventory software to create purchase orders, track

time on work performed, obtain instructions on work to be performed, parts used

and meter entered, as well as complete work pending.

D. *Maintain records in maintenance and inventory software of repair and

maintenance of equipment, machinery, facilities and vehicles to meet OSHA and

DOT standards and guidelines.

E. *Prepare hazardous material tanks for a change in product in compliance with

hazardous materials guidelines.

F. *Through the use of welding equipment, modify parts as necessary to repair

vehicles, tanks and other equipment while maintaining OSHA mandated safety

requirements.



STANDARDS OF PERFORMANCE



A. Timely completion of specified maintenance on vehicles and tanks.



C. Continual awareness and concern for vehicle and driver safety.

D. Accurate, complete and timely entry of data in maintenance and inventory

software.

E. Adherence to OSHA and DOT standards for vehicle maintenance and handling

of hazardous materials, including compliant documentation and records.

F. Acceptable or above inspection results for vehicles on which maintenance has

been performed.

G. Maintenance of Company information in a confidential manner.



WORKING ENVIRONMENT AND CONDITIONS



A. The working environment is primarily in a vehicle maintenance shop and

surrounding area where vehicles are parked.

B. Exposure to various chemicals, hazardous materials and associated fumes.

C. Considerable amount of dust, dirt, grease and other by products of vehicle

maintenance.



EDUCATION, EXPERIENCE AND TRAINING



A. A High School Diploma or equivalent required.

B. CDL, preferably with hazmat endorsement.

C. Mechanical experience or ability preferred but not required.