Diesel Vehicle Mechanic Various Locations Responsibilities include: Making repairs to fleet vehicles, including (but not limited to) repairing engines, alignments, suspension, hydraulics, transmissions and electrical systems. Diagnosing failures of vehicles and disassembling, repairing and reassembling parts as necessary. Performing routine maintenance such as changing oil, checking batteries and lubricating equipment. Inspecting brake systems, steering mechanisms, wheel bearings and other vital parts to ensure that they are in proper operating condition. Making a weekly fleet inspection to check oil and fluid levels plus record service mileage. Filling out and submitting all required documents in an accurate and timely manner. Requirements: As a Diesel Mechanic, you must be self-motivated and able to effectively maintain the vehicle fleet without supervision. You must have a sense of ownership of your work and take initiative in providing preventative maintenance. You must also have excellent communication and interpersonal skills and display a positive attitude. Specific qualifications include: Minimum 3 years hands-on experience with medium to heavy-duty trucks (not regular automotive experience). Class A CDL license with tanker endorsement or obtain one within 90 days of employment. ASE Heavy Truck Certified or Volvo/Mack Tech Certified is a plus. Welding experience, required.