Valley Proteins, Inc.

Diesel Vehicle Mechanic

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.


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.