Job Description:

 

MAJOR PURPOSE OF THE JOB

Under supervision works installing certain mechanical components for Power Units and Pump-sets with Diesel & Propane Engines.

Minimum Job Requirements

High School Diploma or equivalent Technical School
Mechanical aptitude
Owns basic tools (screwdrivers, wrenches, Etc.)
Diesel mechanics studies or work experience.
Ability to read instructions and identify parts to work with.
Ability to use certain tools as necessary
Understands and is able to apply regulatory MSDS requirements in everyday activities.
Required to use Personal Protective Equipment as necessary.

 

Essential Functions of the Job
Uses various hand tools to complete the job task.
Performs visual unit and paperwork quality control inspection
Provides report and document inspection results.
Assist other mechanics with the daily mechanical tasks.
Forward information, verbally or written to the manager

Follows all Corporate Occupational Safety and Health Policies and Procedures. Reports any safety deficiency to immediate supervisor.
Follows Corporate Human Resources Policies and Procedures.
Understands and complies with all Corporate, and Departmental Quality Policies and Procedures.

Job Physical Demands:

Ability to lift Forty (40) pounds without assistance.
Will stand, kneel, squat, twist, bend and walk for prolonged periods at times.

 

Work Environment:

Medium level noise, Mechanical Hazards, Moving objects

 

Note: This description is an outline of the major recurring responsibilities of the job. It is not intended to be all-inclusive of the work to be performed. Other related job objectives, special assignments and less significant responsibilities typically performed by the incumbent are not included.

 

Skills:

1. read blueprints
2. write vehicle damage repair estimates
3. follow safe waste disposal procedures
4. move or lift heavy objects
5. read technical drawings
6. understand technical operating, service or repair manuals
7. use knowledge of metric system
8. use oral or written communication techniques
9. read schematics
10. test mechanical products or equipment
11. adhere to safety procedures
12. align or adjust clearances of vehicle body parts or components
13. align vehicle frame
14. conduct tests to locate mechanical system malfunction
15. diagnose malfunctioning vehicle systems
16. examine vehicle to detect malfunctions, damage, or maintenance needed
17. follow vehicle repair procedures
18. locate puncture in tubeless tires or inner tubes
19. maintain or repair cargo or passenger vehicle
20. operate vehicle engine electrical system test equipment
21. overhaul vehicle major operating units, such as engines or transmissions
22. read vehicle manufacturer's specifications
23. repair or install tires
24. repair or replace malfunctioning or worn mechanical components
25. repair vehicle transmissions
26. service vehicle with water, fuel, or oil
27. solder vehicle components
28. test operate vehicles before or after repair
29. test vehicle computer processors to detect malfunctions
30. understand service or repair manuals
31. use engine diagnostic equipment
32. use lifting equipment in vehicle repair setting
33. use vehicle repair tools or safety equipment
34. repair or replace electrical wiring, circuits, fixtures, or equipment
35. assemble, dismantle, or reassemble equipment or machinery
36. determine installation, service, or repair needed
37. diagnose mechanical problems in machinery or equipment
38. estimate time or cost for installation, repair, or construction projects
39. inspect machinery or equipment to determine adjustments or repairs needed
40. maintain repair records
41. operate lathes
42. use machine tools in installation, maintenance, or repair
43. use precision measuring devices in mechanical repair work
44. fabricate, assemble, or disassemble manufactured products by hand
45. operate pneumatic test equipment
46. use pneumatic tools
47. adjust or set mechanical controls or components
48. lubricate machinery, equipment, or parts
49. operate hoist, winch, or hydraulic boom
50. perform safety inspections in industrial, manufacturing or repair setting
51. read work order, instructions, formulas, or processing charts
52. set up and operate variety of machine tools
53. use electrical or electronic test devices or equipment
54. use electronic calibration devices
55. use hand or power tools
56. use voltmeter, ammeter, or ohmmeter
57. identify base metals for welding
58. maintain welding machines or equipment
59. use acetylene welding/cutting torch
60. use combination welding procedures
61. use knowledge of welding filler rod types
62. use soldering equipment
63. weld together metal parts, components, or structures
64. repair commercial transportation equipment

 

Minimum Education: High School Diploma or Equivalent

 

To apply for this position, please visit the CareerSource Heartland center nearest you.