The Mechanic shall work with Operations Staff to oversee the daily maintenance of the company fleet of trucks, skid steers, chippers, stump grinders, trailers, and estimator vehicles.
- Assuring Assistant Mechanics have work, are provided with all parts available to complete jobs.
- Assisting staff in completing daily pre-and post-trip inspections.
- Completing routine preventive maintenance including oil and filter changes, tire rotations, etc. on the fleet.
- Work with office and field operations staff to schedule maintenance and repairs on the fleet.
- Order parts from distributors and maintain an inventory of frequently used parts to avoid service delays.
- Taking the service truck with tools to perform repairs on job sites.
- Oversee the assistant mechanic and body mechanic to ensure timely and efficient completion of tasks.
- Perform Federal Annual Inspections on the fleet and issue stickers accordingly.
- Write work orders and itemize distributor invoices for office staff to keep on file.
- Complete time sensitive repairs on trucks and equipment that has been placed out of service.
- Maintain fleet service records.
- At least 5 years experience working on commercial fleets
- Ability to prioritize
- CDL License.
- The employee shall be provided with basic tools for use both in the shop and on job sites as well as a service vehicle solely for driving to and from road calls.
- The employee shall provide any additional trade tools required to complete daily duties.
- Ongoing training will be provided on an as-needed basis to ensure the employee is comfortable completing tasks as required.
- The employee shall work Monday – Friday 7:00 AM- 3:30 PM, additional hours and Saturdays may be required based upon service needs.
- The work schedule shall be complemented by an Assistant Mechanic to ensure adequate shop coverage for any service needs.
- The employee will be compensated based upon experience.
- Medical, dental, and vision benefits are available.
- Retirement plan with 3% company match is available.