$20 - $24 / Per Hour
16 days ago


Job Summary:
The Fleet Mechanic is responsible for repairs and maintenance of all fleet vehicles, which includes engine, transmissions, hydraulic, electrical, pneumatic and other mechanical systems. Reports to the Fleet Manager.
Essential Functions:
- Repair and maintain fleet vehicles in accordance with DOT regulations, federal and state law, manufacturing requirements and industry quality standards.. Troubleshoot, diagnose and complete repairs. Perform regular preventive maintenance. The position also requires operating vehicles to perform road tests of vehicles and operators.
- Maintain documentation such as DOT, repair orders, inspections, PM scheduling and inventory. Order parts as needed.
- Repair and maintain hydraulic, pneumatic, mechanical, PC, AC, power trains, engines, brakes, electrical, fuel and other automotive systems.
- Answer and resolve daily maintenance requests in a timely fashion, so that minimal down-time is experienced and operational processes are continually improved.
- Work with all plant personnel in a cooperative and professional manner.
- Strictly adhere to all safety rules, policies and procedures required by Alsco, law, and also recognized as common practice in the industry. Keep work areas clean, organized and safe.
- Remain current on equipment and repair procedures.
- Keep accurate and timely records of maintenance performed.
- Follow written and verbal instructions. Perform other tasks as directed by supervision.
Additional Functions:
- Drive and pick up parts, transport parts, etc.
- May work with and support other plant personnel and perform other functions as required by supervision.
- Good verbal and written communication skills in English, ability to comprehend and follow direction, perform basic math, good time management skills and be a team player.
- Have and maintain a valid Class A driver’s license and a record free of chargeable accidents, speeding or safety violations.
- Minimum of three years automotive repair and maintenance experience, working on fleet vehicles, with specific knowledge of large transport mechanics.
- Some Alsco locations may require the fleet mechanic to have their own tools.
- Excellent attendance record
- High School graduation or similar experience.
- Successful completion of Class A driving school.
- Some Alsco locations may require certifications such as an ASE certification, or have completed an approved auto mechanics Vo-Tech program or equivalent.
Typical Physical Activity:
- Physical Demands/Requirements during the shift - Standing, walking, bending, stooping, reaching, twisting, kneeling, working in confined areas, reaching overhead, pushing, pulling, grasping, lifting and carrying up to 100 lbs., driving, sitting, writing, speaking and hearing.
Typical Environmental Conditions:
- Inside and outside areas of fleet vehicles, which includes working with and around automotive fluids and chemicals, large machinery or tools. Includes public roadways while driving the vehicles.
Travel Requirements:
- Occasional, such as to procure parts.