Fleet Maintenance Technician


The Fleet Maintenance Technician is responsible for the maintenance and repair of fleet vehicles.


• Perform essential maintenance, including inspections on light to heavy-duty fleet vehicles and equipment.
• Perform various basic to intermediate diagnostic and repair operations on light to heavy-duty fleet vehicles and equipment.
• Operate, test drive and transport fleet vehicles to various locations for warranty and special repairs.
• Assist in ancillary shop operations supporting organizational goals.
• Clean and maintain assigned work area including common shop areas and facility grounds, e.g., maintain recyclables, address fluid
  spills, and organize bulk storage of tires and barrels.
• Dispense vehicle fuels and other essential fluids.
• Complete required forms and input required information into the fleet management information system, in a timely manner.
• Provide courteous, high-quality service to operators by personally responding to requests for service or referral to appropriate
• Perform related work as required.

Benefits Available after 90 days Full Time Employment (Thorough explanations in Employee Handbook)
  • Retirement = 401K (matched %)
  • Health Benefit = Monthly stipend
  • Quarterly Tool Bonus
  • PTO for Paid Holidays 
  • Supplemental Insurance Contribution
  • Generous paid time off included and negotiable.

Out of Town Benefits  

  • Out of Town Pay Increase (Per bid)
  • Per Diem 
  • Meals
  • Lodging
  • Drive time included (Per bid)

Storm Work

Hourly rate X1.5/HR
Sundays and Holidays are X2/HR
Lodging covered.
3 $15 Meals (Paid as a Per Diem on Paycheck)

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