Fleet Mechanic

Under the direction of the Branch Manager, this position is responsible for minor repairs, maintenance, and parts replacement of vehicles and cleaning equipment.
  • Repair and maintain trucks and vans including exhaust systems, brakes, front ends, water pumps, fuel pumps, electrical system, and some engine work.
  • Perform oil changes, transmission and all other fluid changes.
  • Inspect and change tires when needed.
  • Repair and maintain all equipment including electrical systems, water pumps, vacuums, compressors and engine repair.
  • Order tools, parts, equipment, and supplies as needed.
  • Assemble and disassemble equipment, components, and other parts using hand tools and power tools.
  • Tend and observe equipment and vehicles to verify efficient and safe operation.
  • Prepare and maintain preventive maintenance log.
  • Track when maintenance and repairs are needed for vehicles and equipment.
  • Keep working area clean, safe, and in orderly condition.

  • High school diploma or equivalent
  • Certified brake mechanic
  • 2 years fleet and mechanical experience

Equal Opportunity Employer / Disability / Vet.

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