Diesel Truck Mechanic (CDL A Permit)

  • PepsiCo Beverages North America
  • Kearny, NJ
  • Oct 05, 2021
Automotive Installation-Maint-Repair Skilled Labor

Job Description

$30.19 to $36.90
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3 to 5 Years Experience working as a Heavy Duty Diesel Truck Mechanic
$30.19 to $36.90 / HR
 
 Position performs diagnostic and repair work, including scheduled preventative maintenance and necessary repairs to automobiles, trucks (light, medium, and heavy commercial/DOT-regulated vehicles), vans and forklifts. Position works with a high degree of independence. Position also requires a number of physical movements including lifting, pinching, bending, reaching, climbing, and manipulating and handling objects. This position requires that you have your own basic hand tools diagnostic, ergonomic, and high-tech equipment will be provided. Due to the scope and variety of Pepsi's fleet, our department includes a variety of positions and job opportunities, ranging from entry-level to master technicians 3-5 years of relevant work experience are required for this experienced-level position. We provide extensive training and continuous education to continue your career development.
 
PRIMARY ACCOUNTABILITIES:
  • Diagnose failures of vehicles and disassemble, repair and reassemble parts as necessary
  • Computer-based diagnostics interface with modern truck interfaces
  • Basic computer use (email and web browser)
  • Adherence to DOT regulations
  • 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)
BASIC QUALIFICATIONS: 
  • Commercial Driver's License: CDL Permit or Class A CDL or ability to obtain Class A CDL [90 days] post-hire
  • Able to lift up to 50 pounds (with or without an accommodation)
  • Able to reach, lift, carry, push and pull (with or without an accommodation)
  • Able to speak English

HELPFUL EXPERIENCE:
  • Previous experience working under limited supervision (performing work on your own, working remotely from direct supervisor)
  • Previous experience working outdoors (making road calls, responding to breakdowns, working in outside parking lots)
  • Previous experience maintaining manufacturing standards (up to date with the latest technology, experience with electronics, etc.)
  • Previous experience driving trucks requiring a Class A or B CDL (e.g., road testing trucks, moving trucks in and out of shop)
  • Previous experience with shift work (being on-call, 24/7 availability, 2nd/3rd shift work, flexible work weeks)
  • Previous experience with heavy truck repair (tractor-trailers, brakes, tires, engines, 10 bays to 18 wheelers)
  • Previous experience with light truck repair (trucks, vans, support vehicles)
  • Previous experience using shop tools (engine hoists, welding, changing tires, small tools)
  • Previous experience with diesel engines (certified on diesel engines, warranty certification from manufacturers)
  • Previous experience with preventative maintenance programs and activities (following schedules for oil changes, documentation of work completed, tracking miles and usage hours, identifying and repairing defects)
  • Previous experience with gas engine repair
  • Working knowledge of hydraulic and air brake systems
  • Knowledge of internal combustible engines
  • Previous experience repairing forklifts (e.g., repairing propane fuel systems, hydraulic systems, pallet jacks, etc.)
  • Previous experience 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.)
  • Formal schooling in technical industry (e.g., certification program, military training, technical/community college)
  • Completion of ASE or Manufacturers certifications
 
Our Company will consider for employment qualified applicants with criminal histories in a manner consistent with the requirements of the Fair Credit Reporting Act, and all other applicable laws, including but not limited to, San Francisco Police Code Sections 4901-4919, commonly referred to as the San Francisco Fair Chance Ordinance; and Chapter XVII, Article 9 of the Los Angeles Municipal Code, commonly referred to as the Fair Chance Initiative for Hiring Ordinance.

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