Work on USF fleet equipment, to include troubleshoot, diagnose, rebuild, replace and complete all required repairs on
diesel equipment (i.e., tractors, trailers, bobtails, reefers, lift gates, etc.).
Troubleshoot, diagnose, rebuild, replace and complete all required repairs on diesel equipment (i.e., tractors, trailers,
bobtails, reefers, lift gates, etc.).
Perform preventative maintenance within company standards.
Complete documentation of all repair orders, PM list and parts accountability.
Handle road service calls; perform road rescue/transport equipment as needed.
Keep track of assigned repairs by logging in and out of the Shop Fax system.
Maintain a clean and safe work environment in compliance with workplace safety rules and regulations and government
Maintain inventory and proper recordkeeping.
Backup to other maintenance shop personnel.
Willingness and capacity to assume increased responsibility and certifications.
Performs other duties as assigned.
Education (Minimum Needed): Class A CDL; Brake certification; truck inspection certification; mechanic
Experience (Minimum Needed): 1 year in diagnosis and repair of fleet equipment
Specialized Knowledge Needed For Performance of Job: DOT regulations as they relate to equipment maintenance and
Other: Have own tools and tool box
Most work performed indoors in garage setting, with occasional outdoor work; seasonal hot and cold temperatures; Able to
work in a setting that involves noise due to operation of equipment; fumes from diesel fuel and solvents; exposure to hot
surfaces when working on equipment; Involves frequent lifting, pulling, pushing, and griping; Requires frequent standing,
walking and climbing. occasional sitting. Must be able to lift frequently 5 to 50 lbs; occasionally up to 80+ lbs.
Yes, 10 % of the Time
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