2nd Shift Working Lead Diesel Mechanic
Lead Technician is responsible for providing direction to a group of technicians (mechanics) to ensure that all repairs and maintenance of fleet equipment are performed in compliance with the Company's safety and compliance standards, and in compliance with all federal and state regulations. The Lead Technician is responsible for all engine and emission work (diesel and non-diesel equipment and trucks), engine chassis work, as well as body control systems, including hydraulic and electrical systems, and heating and air conditioning maintenance and repair. In addition, the Lead Technician is responsible for diagnosing more complicated repair work and providing coaching on diagnostic techniques to subordinate technicians. The Lead Technician will perform external repair inspections to ensure all repair work is done in a safe, compliant manner and will follow up with subordinate technicians where necessary. The Lead Technician may also be responsible for planning and scheduling the repair work for his or her work group to ensure that all repair and maintenance work is done in a safe and timely manner, reducing the lost productivity within the shop.
Hours are Monday thru Thursday 2pm - 11pm and Fridays 9am to 530pm
Pay is DOE/Q - $24 - $30 per hour
. Provide direction to technicians assigned to his or her work group to ensure that all repair and maintenance work is performed in a safe, efficient and timely manner. May plan and schedule repair work to minimize lost productivity.
. Perform repair inspections done by a third party vendor to ensure all work has been properly completed in accordance with the Company's safety and compliance procedures and federal and state regulations; follow up where appropriate.
. Perform repair diagnostics on more complex matters and provide coaching where necessary.
. Maintain advanced knowledge of a vehicle's engine, emission systems, transmission, brake, hydraulic and electrical systems to perform advanced preventive and repair maintenance functions, on site and on the road, including:
o Advanced engine chassis repair and maintenance;
o Advanced knowledge of vehicle body control systems, including hydraulics and electrical systems to maintain and repair the vehicles in a timely and safe manner;
o Advanced knowledge of heating and air conditioning systems to effectively diagnose and repair complex heating and cooling systems in the vehicles in a timely and safe manner; and
o Knowledge of welding tools to fix heavy equipment in a safe and efficient manner to ensure the equipment is back in an operable condition as quickly and as safely as possible.
. Identify the source of the malfunctions using a variety of electronic tools.