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Mechanic

Job Description

Mechanic
 


Job Summary


The Mechanic is responsible for keeping all vehicles in the fleet roadworthy and ready for service when needed.
 


Essential Duties/Responsibilities


?Nothing in this job description restricts management's right to assign or reassign duties and responsibilities to this job at any time.


o? Performs all preventative maintenance and repair work necessary on fleet vehicles.


o Reviews driver vehicle inspection reports.


o Responsible for checking each truck each morning.


o Responsible for compiling the work schedule in the truck shop and complete and documentation on maintenance records.


o Maintains clean environment.


o May be required to answer roadside calls for disabled vehicles.


o Responsible for being familiar with and observing all company safety rules and regulations; recognizes that safety is top company priority; attends regular scheduled safety meetings.


o All other duties as assigned.
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Qualifications


o Detail oriented; highly organized.


o Exceptional written and oral communication skills.


o Self-starter, self-motivated.


o Good math and computer skills.


o Knowledge in Diesel/Gasoline powered engine and power-train mechanics.


o Class A CDL preferred.


 


Education/Experience


o High School Diploma required.


o 3 years of prior experience with vehicular mechanical maintenance preferred.


o Vocational training preferred.


 


Physical Demands


o Occasionally lift up to 50 lbs.


o Frequently required to sit for extended periods.


o Occasionally required to walk, stand, climb, balance, stoop, kneel, crawl, and crouch.


o Regularly required to reach with hands and arms.


 


Work Environment


Job functions will be carried out in rendering facility which requires tolerance for wet and/or slippery floors and high heat and cold temperatures.
 


Darling Ingredients Inc, is an equal opportunity employer and gives consideration to qualified applications without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability or protected veteran status.





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