Navajo Express

Diesel Truck Mechanic

US-UT-Salt Lake City
1 year ago
ID
2016-1094
# of Openings
1

Overview

Navajo Express is currently hiring a Diesel Technician for our Salt Lake Terminal.

 

 Overall Objective: The Diesel Technician / Mechanic will be responsible for all aspects of proper preventative maintenance and repair practices in a timely manner. This will include the ability to troubleshoot and repair electrical systems, brake systems, air conditioning systems, engines and drivetrain and to identify potential warranty items when applicable.

 

 

 The Diesel Technician / Mechanic understands all aspects of DOT Safety inspections and Navajo preventative maintenance procedures.

Responsibilities

  • Perform work as outlined in repair order with efficiency and accuracy
  • Diagnose cause of malfunction and perform needed repair
  • Communicate with Parts Department to obtain needed parts or supplies
  • Save and tag parts for warranty collection
  • Advise Lead Mechanic or Shop Supervisor if additional work is needed, if work on repair order is not needed, or if job will take longer than expected
  • Document all work performed
  • A level of productivity and accounting for hours worked must be above 90%.
  • Maintaining and helping to improve a safe and clean work area while assisting with the clean-up of the entire shop area is expected.
  • Proper input of repair order information into the Equipment Maintenance System (EMS) 100% of the time is critical to properly track preventative maintenance and repair information.
  • Proper input of the 3 C’s (complaint, cause, and correction) is necessary for warranty recovery.
  • All warranty parts must be properly tagged with all information supplied.
  • Identify and prioritize training requirements for all Navajo tractor technicians.

Qualifications

Training or Skills Needed:

Preventative and corrective maintenance, must possess own tools.

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