Job Details

Position: Mechanic Trainee (Ref: 15790)
Location: Indianapolis, IN 46219 USA
Duration: 11 Months 20 Days - Contract
Openings: 2
Deadline: 07/17/2024
Pay Rate:Login

Description:

**ONSITE**

We are seeking an Equipment Mechanic Trainee whose primary responsibility is to keep all equipment in the best possible mechanical operating condition.

RESPONSIBILITIES:
• Perform preventive maintenance as needed.
• Complete assigned repair work as required.
• Notify appropriate personnel of any visible major problems.
• Keep work orders up to date.
• Order parts and maintain garage stock room.
• Keep the area of assignment clean and orderly.
• Assist in unloading the supply truck and loading old tires, empty oil drums etc.
• Periodically complete training for new procedures and skills needed to maintain equipment.
• Perform the following repairs or preventative maintenance work on any of the following: 3-prong accessories, antennas, camera systems, deck lights, flashlight systems, fuses, light bars, mirror lights, motorcycle and trailer wiring, computer docking station and radio equipment.
• Maintain various logs.
• Use diagnostic equipment to trouble-shoot and find problems in the commission.
• Test drive commission to ensure it is in working order.
• Perform building custodian duties as required by the Division or District Commander.
• Perform other duties as required.
• Must be a high school graduate or possess GED certificate.
• Must have a valid Indiana driver's license.
• Ability to lift and move heavy automotive objects.
• Ability to communicate and follow instructions.
• Ability to distinguish and determine colors and sounds.
• Ability to communicate effectively, both verbally and in writing.
• Ability to work in closed and confined areas.
• Ability to maintain confidentiality.
• Must be able to diagnose problems on the commissions.
• Must be able to operate any of the assigned tools and equipment and use automotive shop manuals.
• Must be able to complete any of the assigned repair jobs to include mechanical, electrical, hydraulic and computer.
• Must be able to use diagnostic testing equipment to troubleshoot and find problems.

PERSONAL WORK RELATIONSHIPS
• Work with Department personnel.
• Work with auto dealers service departments, body shops and other professionals.

PHYSICAL EFFORT AND WORK ENVIRONMENT
• Work is normally performed in a garage environment.
• Routinely requires standing on cement for extended periods, working in close and confined areas, with exposure to hazardous materials and potentially dangerous equipment.
• Work involves sitting, standing, crouching, kneeling and periodic lifting of heavy objects.

Required / Desired Skills

  • High school graduate or possess GED certificate (Required 1 Years)
  • Must have a valid Indiana driver's license (Required 1 Years)
  • Ability to lift and move heavy automotive objects (Required 1 Years)
  • Ability to communicate and follow instructions (Required 1 Years)
  • Ability to distinguish and determine colors and sounds (Required 1 Years)
  • Ability to communicate effectively, both verbally and in writing (Required 1 Years)
  • Ability to work in close and confined areas (Required 1 Years)
  • Ability to maintain confidentiality (Required 1 Years)

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