Troubleshoot and repair gasoline engines, diesel engines, automotive electrical systems, hydraulic systems and drive train. Must perform tasks within budget and within standards of quality. The GSE Mechanic is responsible to work in a safe manner eliminating waste and delivering a quality product on time.
1. Possess working knowledge of Detroit, CAT, Cummins, John Deere and Perkins diesel engines.
2. Troubleshoot and repair wiring on automotive units.
3. Be familiar with gasoline engines (2.3 Ford, 300 Ford, VH4S Wisconsin, Briggs, Straton and others).
4. Possess working knowledge of hydraulic components.
5. Promote a culture of safety by monitoring self and others to assure all duties are performed within the guidelines as specified by the Team Member Safety Manual.
6. Possess ability to detect problems and implement corrections on diesel, gasoline engines, hydraulics and electrical systems.
7. Perform other work as instructed by the GSE Lead Mechanic.
8. Be able to take 24-hour call, seven days per week.
1. Must be able to lift 50 lbs. unassisted.
2. Subject to continual loud noises.
3. Must be able to bend, stoop, kneel, and stand for prolonged periods of time, climb steps, ladders and/or service stands.
4. Normal or corrected hearing and vision are required.
5. May be exposed to hazardous chemicals and requires use of all safety equipment.
6. Normal mental and visual attention along with manual coordination for job duties is necessary for use of hand tools and equipment controls.
7. Sense of smell is required to detect odors for safety purposes
Pay will depend on skills and experience.
Please send resume to Debra@wal-staf.com.