Class A and Class B Mechanics

Maintain and repair fleet equipment and perform preventative maintenance.
Diagnose vehicle failures and disassemble, repair and reassemble parts as necessary.
Adhere to OSHA, DOT and EPA regulatory compliance standards.
Respond to service calls.
Complete all necessary documents, including vehicle records.
Maintain cleanliness in areas of work and tools.
Manage ordering and inventory of parts.
Perform all assigned duties in a safe and productive manner.
Follow the direction of Fleet Supervisor/Manager and Lead Technician.
3 years mechanic experience or equivalent training / education -- must be a Class A or a Class B qualified technician and able to work on all types of vehicles and material handling equipment.
Must pass a drug test, criminal background, Valid Commercial Driver's License (CDL) and driver's license

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