Job Location: Crofton - Crofton, MD
Position Type: Full Time
Education Level: High School
Salary Range: Undisclosed
Travel Percentage: Up to 25%
Job Shift: Any
Job Category: Automotive
ESSENTIAL RESPONSIBILITIES AND DUTIES
The Mechanic is responsible for the proper repair and maintenance of all company vehicles and equipment and for the safe and proper care of equipment assigned to the mechanic.
- Maintain and repair automotive vehicles (such as trucks, tractor-trailers, pickups, cars, heavy equipment, and mounted equipment such as mixers and hydraulic systems) and stationary equipment (such as air compressors, welding equipment, and miscellaneous equipment) to company standards; recognize failure symptoms, trouble shoot, inspect, repair or replace, reassemble and test.
- Coordinate with Manager to ensure the proper parts and supplies are available when needed.
- Recognize potential problems before they occur and perform or order the necessary repair work. Coordinate with the Manager and other mechanics to get the work done.
- Complete all required paperwork accurately.
- Supervise the Mechanic's Helper ensuring that he/she performs all work as required and follows all company policies and procedures.
- Operate vehicles and equipment in a safe manner at ALL times. Wear all required safety equipment. Follow all safety guidelines and notify the Manager or Safety immediately of any current or potential safety issues.
- Perform all required inspections.
- Follow all environmental regulations. Dispose of chemicals, trash, etc. in designated areas. Recycle when required. Notify the Manager immediately of any current or potential environmental problems.
- Keep the shop area and all tools, shop vehicles, and equipment neat, clean, and in good repair. Clean work area at the end of every work shift. Maintain security of all company equipment and tools at all times. Notify the Manager of any problems.
- Drive shop vehicle to various plant sites, road calls or other sites of broken equipment.
- Drive broken and repaired equipment when necessary.
- Other duties as assigned.
- Pick up equipment or supplies.
- Train other employees.
- Fill in for colleagues as needed.
- Work time will be split between indoors/shop and outdoors/field.
- Exposure to dust and fumes/offensive smells.
- Exposure to chemicals such as fuel, grease and oil.
- Close proximity to moving mechanical parts.
- Noise level will be moderate to loud.
- Lift a maximum weight of 100 lbs., repetitively lift 25 lbs., carry approximately 100 lbs., and push/pull approximately 50 lbs.
- Reach overhead and reach away from the body, pinching and gripping.
- Walk 1 hour per day, stand 4 hours per day, kneel 1 hour per day, squat 1 hour per day, climb 1 hour per day, lay on back 2-3 hours per day.
- Experience maintaining and repairing diesel engines.
- Written communication, verbal communication and basic mathematical skills.
- Basic computer knowledge. Ability to learn and use iPad, iPhone and company software applications.
- Valid drivers license, CDL preferred.
- DOT certification.
- ASE certifications preferred.
- Mack training preferred.
Industry Related Experience or Skills:
- Familiarity with mechanical maintenance of concrete mixers, dump or refuse trucks.
Education Required: High School
Preferred Education: Vocational or trade school training
Bilingual in Spanish Preferred: Yes
About Chaney Enterprises
Chaney Enterprises is a distributor of concrete, aggregates and bioretention materials for homebuilders.
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