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Mechanic (Fleet) - Full Time/Evenings

Company Name:
Pepsi Beverages Company
PLEASE APPLY ONLINE @:
www.pepsijobs.com
position
performs scheduled preventative
maintenance and necessary repairs to
automobiles, trucks (light and heavy),
vans and forklifts. Disassembles and
overhauls motors, transmissions,
clutches, rear ends, electrical systems,
and all other assemblies. Position works
with a high degree of independence. This
position requires that you have your own
tools.
Position also requires a number of
physical movements including lifting,
pinching, bending, reaching, climbing,
and manipulating and handling objects.
PRIMARY
job
ACCOUNTABILITIES: Diagnose
failures of
vehicles
and disassemble,
repair
and reassemble parts as necessary
Perform preventative maintenance on
vehicles Answer road calls Maintain
vehicle records as required Maintain
and repair fleet equipment Fill out
all necessary documents Maintain
records such as daily check list (pre-
trip inspection) Regular, reliable,
predictable attendance
Job Requirements:
BASIC QUALIFICATIONS:
At least 18 years of age
21 years or older if CDL Required
Pass the drug test
Pass DOT physical and DOT Road Test
(if applicable)
Must be able to pass Forklift Driving
Skills test (if applicable)
Pass the background check
Valid CDL license (if required)
Must pass technical assessment
Mechanical knowledge of gas and diesel
repair
Experience with hydraulic and air
brake systems
Knowledge of internal combustible
engines
Adhere to DOT Regulations
HELPFUL EXPERIENCE:
Repairing forklifts (e.g., repairing
propane fuel systems, hydraulic systems,
pallet jacks, etc.)
Working with
computer
instrumentation
(e.g., using desktop computers, hand-
held computers, laptop computers,
performing diagnostics with computers,
conducting preventative maintenance,
executing work orders, etc.)
Working with manufacturing standards
(e.g., knowing current standards,
staying up-to-date with the latest
technology, having experience working
with
electronics
, etc.)
Driving trucks requiring a Class A or
B CDL (e.g., road testing trucks,
driving trucks in and out of the repair
shop, etc.)
Repairing heavy trucks (e.g., working
on tractor-trailers, brakes, tires,
engines for 10 bays trucks to 18
wheelers, etc.)
Repairing light trucks (e.g., trucks,
vans, support vehicles, etc.)

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