The ideal candidate for this position is a skilled mechanic at a certified level, with experience in the maintenance and repair of gasoline and diesel equipment. A mechanic in this classification diagnoses and makes mechanical/electronic repairs on all sizes of gasoline and diesel equipment with little supervision from the Automotive Services Manager.
Minimum qualifications include a high school diploma or GED, preferably in the vocational arts, completion of an apprenticeship in automotive mechanics, and/or five years of repairing gasoline/diesel equipment at a master level, certified by the National Institute of Automotive Services, or equivalent combination of education and experience. ASE certification for heavy duty vehicles or the ability to obtain within one year. Candidates who do not meet the above qualifications, but possess the mechanical aptitude and ambition to learn and grow into the role may be considered for a Vehicle Tech I position, with the goal of promotion to the Vehicle Tech II position within 12 months. Both positions require the ability to obtain a CDL with Class A endorsement within one year of employment.
Must pass a pre-employment drug test and submit proof of a clean driving record.
Veterans are encouraged to apply.