Fleet Mechanic, Int
Other positions wich report to the same superior as this position are: Sr. and Int. Fleet Mechanics, fuelers, and shop clerks.
Conduct repair of fleet equipment including but not limited to trucks, tractors, trailers, dolly converters, those repairs could be mechanical, electrical, brakes, coolant system, air conditioning, transmission, engine, suspension, steering, differential
Assist Fleet Mechanic Associates in performing preventive maintenance
Make service calls within delivery area to troubleshoot mechanical failure of fleet equipment
Maintain accurate records of maintenance performed
Keep work area clean and organized
Other duties as assigned
Education: Class A CDL is preferred but not required; Brake certification; truck inspection certification; mechanic certification
Experience: 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 records
Other: Read, Write, Speak, Understand English; Have own tools and tool box
Physical Demands: Standing, Lifting, Gripping, Pushing, Pulling Constantly; Climbing Frequently; Sitting Occasionally.
U.S. Foodservice is an EEO/AA employer.
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