Walmart serves customers and members more than 200 million times per week at more than 10,130 retail units under 69 different banners in 27 countries. With fiscal year 2012 sales of $443 billion, Walmart employs 2.2 million associates worldwide.
Communicate with (or to) individuals or groups verbally and/or in writing (e.g. customers, suppliers, associates).
Fuel Walmart equipment including moving the over-the-road tractors to and from the fuel island to other locations on the distribution center lot according to written procedures.
Maintain and repair tractor-trailer tires, including install/dismount tires onto/off wheels using tire tools/machinery (e.g., tire machine, tire bar, wheel dolly), repair flats and balance tires according to written procedures.
Maintain and repair trailers, including lights, landing gear, interior panels, roof repairs, floors, doors and threshold plates, according to written procedures.
Maintain, repair and replace tractor and trailer brake system components (e.g., hydraulic, air, anti-skid, S-cam, ABS, EBS) according to written procedures.
Make electrical/wiring repairs to trailer light assemblies according to written procedures.
Perform 8-point inspection of yard and over-the-road tractors according to written procedures.
Perform inbound trailer inspections on the distribution center lot according to procedures.
Prepare fuel samples for analysis and shipment.
Provide preventative maintenance and repairs on all Walmart equipment e.g., tractors, trailers, road trucks, shop equipment (air compressors, forklifts, wash bay) service vehicles, etc.
Provide preventative maintenance on tractor-trailer brake system components (e.g., hydraulic, air, anti-skid, S-cam, ABS, EBS), including adjustment or replacement according to written procedures.
Receive fuel drops
Replace leaky wheel seals according to written procedures.
6 month technical school certification in Automotive Maintenance OR 1 year experience in mechanical repair (e.g., fabrication, welding, trailer repair, brakes, electrical)
DOT Section 396.25 brake and Section 396.19 vehicle inspection certification
Additional Preferred Qualifications
1 year experience using computer applications (e.g., email, spreadsheets, word processing)
2 years experience in trailer inspection and mechanical repair
Automotive Service Excellence (ASE) Brake Certification
Both Class A Commercial Driver s License (CDL) and Department of Transportation (DOT) driver's certification
College or technical school level coursework in Heavy Duty Truck/Trailer Maintenance
DOT vehicle inspection certification