Is Hosting the February 2019 SCFMA Training Class Tuesday, February 12, 2019 1000 – SCFMA Business Meeting 1030 – Liaison Report 1045 – Training: Allison Transmissions 1145’ish – Lunch
Location: PTR Inc. Headquarters – 892 W 10th St, Azusa, CA 91702
This month’s training session and meeting will be hosted by the Performance Truck Repair Inc. The training will be held at their Facility. The training program will be presented by PTR Allison Transmission technician. Covering Troubleshooting, Diagnosing and Repairing Allison Transmissions.
Lunch will be catered by PTR Inc.
Please RSVP ASAP for the lunch head count to: email@example.com
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Salary Info: $87,204 – $100,944 Annually, Plus Excellent Benefits + Retirement
Opens online at www.ebmud.com/jobs on Monday, January 28, 2019
Online applications must be received by 4:30 p.m., Friday, February 15, 2019
Internal Reference # 19-008
Heavy Equipment Mechanics maintain, repair, devise modifications for and overhaul a variety of large trucks, heavy construction and related field equipment (John Deere, Caterpillar, Ford, Freightliner, GMC, etc.). As a condition of employment, new hires must, within six months, obtain an unrestricted Class A California driver’s license with endorsements for air brakes, hazardous material and tanker and have a satisfactory driving record.
In addition to field mechanic work, typical duties include:
Repairing, modifying and overhauling reduction gears, hydraulic systems, braking systems, steering systems, cooling systems,electrical systems, air conditioning systems and similar units.
Reading and interpreting mechanical drawings, specifications and shop manuals.
Performing preventive maintenance work on heavy trucks and heavy construction equipment; making emergency repairs in the field;recommending shutdown of equipment that appears unsafe.
Conferring with equipment operators to determine operational problems; recommending operational methods to minimize breakdownsand repairs.
Entering data into the computerized equipment maintenance system and making verbal and written reports of work performed;completing onscreen forms, making rough hand sketches and layouts and otherwise keeping accurate maintenance records.
Diagnosing and repairing hydraulic system components including cylinders, control, check and diverter valves; developing and buildingsuch systems as required for improved operation.
Road testing heavy trucks and operating a variety of heavy construction equipment incidentally in the performance of mechanicalrepairs.
Performing test operation, making final adjustments and lubricating repaired equipment.
The ideal candidate:
Is experienced in modern heavy truck and construction equipment repair.
Is self-motivated to take initiative in projects.
Has an excellent safety record.
Works well with others.