Position Summary :
As the Fleet Maintenance Mechanic, you’ll be responsible for
maintaining and repairing the commercial fleet, including diesel
and compressed natural gas (CNG) tractor trailer trucks, gasoline
service trucks, reefers and vans used by all of our distribution
centers. Your skills will ensure maintenance work is done safely,
efficiently and in a timely manner.
About Us :
Experience Required: 3 to 5 years
Experience Desired: Thermo King a plus; Refrigerant R-404A
Certification a plus; Compressed Natural Gas of Equipment a plus;
Preventative Maintenance/Repair work on Tractors required; Must
have own hand and power tools; Two to five years experience on
class 8 vehicles
Education Required: High school diploma or equivalent
Certification or Licensing Required: Brake Certifications; PA
Class 3, 4 or 7 Inspection; Tractor/Trailer Inspections; Valid
Certification or Licensing Desired: Valid Class A CDL
Lifting Requirement: Up to 100 pounds
Respond to road calls by utilizing fleet repair trucks or tow
Install, replace and/or repair refrigerants, ventilation
systems, brakes, engines, clutches, transmissions, starters,
alternators, batteries, etc. as needed.
Operate equipment in accordance with all safety parameters.
Create and enter data for work orders and check sheets on work
being performed to include posting of parts corresponding with
fleet maintenance software.
Keep work area safe and clean.
Check equipment repair history and perform data input for system
Perform preventative maintenance on all commercial fleet
vehicles and service trucks to Department of Transportation
Perform preventative maintenance on all tractors to include
changing the oil, checking the filters, grease all fittings,
checking all hoses, visually inspect the engine and tighten all
Perform preventative maintenance on all trailers, including
lubing trailer joints, checking the doors, checking the exterior
and repairing the rivets and sides as needed.
Perform preventative maintenance on diesel, CNG and commercial l
tractor trailer trucks, gasoline service trucks and vans.
Review job orders and diagnose equipment to determine
malfunctions and plan work procedures.
Use hand, power and pneumatic tools and testing instruments to
repair and maintain equipment and vehicles
Examine protective guards and bolts and inspect safety devices
on trucks and trailers in order to make adjustments as needed.
Test drive repaired tractor trailer trucks or service equipment
in order to verify compliance with Department of Transportation
Perform Department of Transportation inspections on tractors and
Perform state inspections on tractors and trailers.
Perform miscellaneous duties as assigned.